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Submitted by domino5343 1101d ago | article

GTA V "Business" screenshot analysis

Today Rockstar treated us to even more GTA V screenshots. The topic of the screenshots, was “business”, and as we all know, business on GTA doesn’t always mean legal business…

The first of the four new screenshots shows a man hanging on to the side of a truck, whilst it is moving. Because of the cop car, our guess is that the man is trying to steal the vehicle that is on the truck.This is really interesting, as the player could now be able to hang on to moving vehicles. There is a slight problem with this screenshot however, notice the right-hand side wheels on the truck, they don’t look normal do they? (Grand Theft Auto V, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

Yardie  +   1100d ago
The laser is not attached to the gun, if you look at the higher res pic on the official site, the laser clearly goes past the gun.

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