Ever since the release of Rockstar’s sandbox, open-world game Grand Theft Auto V we’ve kept a close eye on the rise of actor Steven Ogg.
Ogg, who provided the voice and was motion captured for the game’s deranged and depraved protagonist Trevor, has since popped up filling out roles in Better Call Saul, The Walking Dead and more recently Westworld and his latest appearance in a viral fan film for GTA:V is garnering a load of attention.
Ogg once again reprises his gaming role of Trevor but this time in the flesh as he guides a player around the virtual reality version of the hit game.
It starts with a simple motorcycle crash on a highway which then culminates in a five minute long pile-up with explosions, crashes and general mayhem.
This video was recorded by gamer Michael Snajczuk, who simply sat back and observed the madness unfold in front of him.
I doubt there’s anything in this world funnier than an angry Scotsman losing his shit playing a video game. The video above uploaded by YouTuber Byze features a caddy race across a bridge infested with giant windmills.
Let the rage ensue.
Thanks to Rockstar changing the physics of mountain bikes in their game Grand Theft Auto V, this guy managed to glide right through the whole of Los Santos on his cycle.
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The Keanu Reeves/Al Pacino movie The Devil’s Advocate is now getting it’s own TV series – (Den Of Geek)
Japan has no road rage. Instead they thank each other with their hazard lights – (Laughing Squid)
Is this the worst commercial ever filmed?
Rockstar Games have just released the San Andreas Flight School update for GTA V – (Rockstar)
20 tech hacks which will change your life – (Popsugar)
We’re getting a Texas Chainsaw Massacre prequel called Leatherface – (Sequels Prequels)
Four classic movies now have their own retro action figures – (Super 7 Store)
To cut a long, boring and convoluted story short the launch of Rockstar’s online branch of their current Grand Theft Auto game has been a tad problematic for some gamers, proving for many a difficult game to access and save progress on.
As millions of lonely, socially awkward and sun depraved individuals threw a collective hissy fit over the problems with the online game it became increasingly apparent that developers Rockstar needed to put together some sort of compensation reward for the legions of whiney faced gurners.
Following an update which will further sort out remaining problems with the online game, players will now receive a special ‘stimulus package‘, ( in an effort to silence their petulant howls of passive rage) as Rockstar’s official website explains:
You must play or have played Grand Theft Auto Online at any time during the month of October 2013 in order to qualify for the GTA$500,000 deposit in your in-game bank account.
Players will first have to install a forthcoming GTAV title update which we expect to happen next week. That title update (1.04) is expected to fix the remaining instances of issues that have caused vehicle purchase loss and will also enable the functionality through which we’ll be providing this GTA$ stimulus cash to players.
We will announce at the Rockstar Newswire when each deposit is made.
Each of the two GTA$250,000 deposits will be made by Rockstar and should automatically appear in the in-game GTA Online bank accounts of eligible players. Beyond downloading the forthcoming title update mentioned above, there should not be any additional special action required by eligible players to redeem.
(via Rockstar Games)
By now if you’re a gamer like me you’ll have been clocking in the hours playing Rockstar’s enormously entertaining Grand Theft Auto V.
The latest installment to their highly successful and profitable franchise has a multitude of new features, missions, tasks, side missions, playable characters, vehicles and weapons for you to enjoy as you explore their unique sandbox environment.
But have game developers Rockstar thought of everything this time around? Thanks to YouTube channel Defend The House all your enquiries about the game have been finally answered in their GTA V Mythbusters videos: