"Stop firing rockets at my house!"
Let's get down to business.
The most-requested, most-rumoured location in GTA5 finally opens its doors today. What took so long?
What do Rockstar games tell us about American history?
Tripping meatballs from Mario to Cyberpunk.
The best gaming bargains in Amazon's annual sale
Law and disorder in the virtual world.
Why people play without killing.
In praise of video game rest.
Shall I project a world?
Digital Foundry on the cost of entry to the best PC experience.
More money, more problems.
UPDATE: Patch 1.10 out now: "fixes graphical issues on PS4 and Xbox One introduced after Title Update 1.08".
First impressions of Grand Theft Auto Online's biggest scores.
The tone problem in Rockstar's classic series.
Digital Foundry's forensic breakdown reveals radical improvements from one console generation to the next.
As GTA 5 launches on PS4 and Xbox One, we talk with two former veteran Rockstar North developers about their time at the secretive super studio.
Los Santos mirrors the world as you want to see it, writes Simon Parkin
Foliage is more abundant on PS4, but how much of an impact does it really make?
How GTA5's multiplayer mode is the game at its very best.
UPDATE: PS4 and Xbox One compared in new frame-rate stress test.
Why the flood of remasters and remakes should be embraced.
Digital Foundry compares the reveal trailer with PS3 footage, making some remarkable discoveries.
CD Projekt! Blow! Bithell! Molyneux! More!
Digital Foundry's video showcase on the culmination of Rockstar's current-gen world simulation.
Is the troubled multiplayer mode worth persevering with?
The story of the fans who cracked Grand Theft Auto 5's secrets, and how they did it.
Video demonstrates why the disc release is better.
Video and analysis of the scene everyone will talk about.
It's the only genre left standing.
GTA holds a mirror up to the world. We need that mirror.
New hardware won't detract from the joys the old machines will give us this year.
BioShock! GTA5! The Last of Us! Beyond!
It would be too easy to believe incorrect reports that the Scottish games industry has no value, argues Rab Florence.
From the archive: Why GTA4's Roman Bellic is one of the greatest video game characters of all time.