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GTA V Online Heists ARE LIVE!

Well, if you weren't around last night when it leaked you probably know that today (officially) GTA V Heists are live! According to the release notes Heists will add about 15-20hrs+ of new content to the game (for free, assuming you already purchased the game). It'll also give you the opportunity to head back into the online space of GTA (if you ever left) and play out missions with your friends/crew online.

GTA V Heists Finally Receive Release Date

Since its original launch, way back in September 2013, the question on everyone's mind has been "when are we getting Heists?" If you're not familiar with GTA - and if you aren't I have no idea what you're doing on a video game website - the game mode is one that was announced well before release and is intended to feature online heist missions with your friends.

ShogunGamer Game of the Year - Part 2

Welcome to Part 2 of our four-part series running down the top of games of 2014. Continuing where we left off yesterday, we have a few more categories, nominations, and awards to offer up for Shogun Gamer's official Game of the Year discussion... and our number one choice for the best game of 2014 is just around the corner.

In the meantime, enjoy and Happy New Year!

Winners are shown at the top of the list, and highlighted with asterisks.

Grand Theft Auto V Trailer #2 Is Finally Out (Yes, It Looks Good)

Today is one of those special days in which the entire gaming community across the globe eagerly awaits something and then in turn decides to watch a particular trailer at the same time causing a potential meltdown of the internet. Such a thing may seem like it’s a stretch to imagine, but it’s somewhat expected when a new trailer for a Grand Theft Auto game is released.  After receiving the debut trailer last November, Rockstar has finally released the second, and more story centric trailer, for Grand Theft Auto V.

Round 2 Of GTA V Screens Show What We Can Do In Los Santos

Earlier this week Rockstar Games did us a solid by releasing some new screenshots of Grand Theft Auto V. I know that a video game developer releasing media isn’t exactly breaking new ground, but considering how starved some gamers have been for any sort of GTA V update and the general secrecy Rockstar usually has about their projects it was nonetheless nice to see the game in some way, however limited it may have been.

The First GTAV Viral Site Is Finally Launched

GTAV is still enigmatic as always, more so after Take Two’s investors call yesterday which featured the usual amount of question dodging.  Rockstar is no doubt tirelessly working away on GTAV to wow us soon, but when will we see something for the game, whether it’s a brilliantly crafted trailer or a mere screenshot? Rockstar did give us a small tease with some new screenshots, but when will the traditional hype machine begin for the game?

An Interesting Rumor Arises For Grand Theft Auto V

Right now everyone is in a crazed state of sorts about the madness that is going on at GDC. The show itself may not be as massive as E3, but with fresh hands-on opportunities with games like Sonic 4: Episode 2, Lollipop Chainsaw, and certain games that are embargoed until next week there’s a lot going on. But amidst the game reveals that are being made at GDC, which includes the welcomed surprise of a new Sim City game, some rumors have reared their head concerning the next great king in the sandbox genre: GTAV.

Greatness In Trailer Form: The Grand Theft Auto V Premier Trailer

The magic moment has occurred and Rockstar Games have released the first trailer for Grand Theft Auto V. Upholding the trends they’ve done in the past, the premier trailer for Rockstar’s key franchise shows us what we can expect from the game – which as the trailer indicates will involve roaming around what appears to be all of California.

Rockstar Games Officially Announces Grand Theft Auto V, Teaser Trailer Inbound Soon

I think this would have to be filed under the megaton category as Rockstar Games have officially announced Grand Theft Auto V – complete with a logo.  Perhaps I’m being a bit misleading since Rockstar hasn’t announced GTAV in such a way in how we know what platforms the game is bound for and what locale we’re going to cause mayhem in. Like most Rockstar productions, we have next to no details as of now but all will be revealed shortly in a premier trailer.

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