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Submitted by rABble24 420d ago | video

Score Attack: Grand Theft Auto V

Posted by Colm Ahern

Score Attack is all about completing a challenge that is set by the opposition. If the controller wielding one completes said task, they gain a point (and bragging rights). If they fail, then the person who set the challenge gets a point. It’s week number four and both Colm and Adam have failed at every turn and the scores are as follows:

Adam Cook - 2

Colm Ahern - 1

This week, Colm has set the Score Attack challenge: With a five minute time limit, gain three wanted level stars in Grand Theft Auto V and lose those three wanted level stars, without using any sort of projectile weaponry, i.e rocket launcher, grenades, molotov cocktails etc . Adam doesn’t particulary like the GTA games, so please do enjoy the proceeding video. (Grand Theft Auto V, PS3, Xbox 360)

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