gta 5 car crashes

gta 5 car crashes

Gta 5 Car Crashes

1. Outta nowhere Let’s kick things off with this short, fast-paced and eye-catching GTA 5 crash compilation. ALL OF THE CRASHES. We particularly like the “WTF” element of the crash at 1m6s. 2. Extra damage How about this brilliant set of GTA 5 smashes with the crash deformation mod, which adds that extra level of detail and drama to the shunts. 3. Something a bit different Let’s mix things up a little with this cool plane crash compilation from GTA 5, because those are just as fun and spectacular. 4. Totally destroyed Watching this GTA 5 gamer completely destroy his Ocelot Jackal in a series of crashes, while trying to escape the police, is pretty satisfying. Even more so by the fact they manage to avoid their car exploding, despite getting rid of almost every single body panel. Props to them! 5. That sound effect tho The sound effect whenever a driver is ejected from their car in this video compilation of brutal GTA 5 crashes is just way too funny. It does, however, show this player probably isn’t the best at driving in the game. 6. Monster shunts Some of these crashes are absolutely insane. From multiple flips to hilarious airborne shunts, there’s something for everyone in this video… 7. Brutal bike smashes Surely crashing on a motorcycle or bike is the most brutal and scary way to crash in GTA 5? There’s nothing to protect your character, and nowhere for them to go except flying off into the distance (or the side of a house). 8. Driving flat out So, this is what happens when you just drive flat out in GTA 5 and see what happens. Basically, you crash. You crash, a lot. And it looks damn incredible. 9. Jump! Yeah, sometimes jumping out of the car while it’s crashing or just before doesn’t help that much. Nevertheless, it makes things even more exciting to watch for us viewers. So, we’re definitely nor complaining. 10. Huge pile-up Who doesn’t love a good GTA 5 motorway pile-up? Drivers just keep on speeding into the crash scene and getting caught up on it. Perhaps a mod was involved. But, however the video was made, it looks absolutely insane and complete chaos. Classic GTA 5. What awesome GTA 5 crash/fail videos have you seen? Let us know in the comments below!
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Gta 5 Car Crashes

Released nearly two years ago, Grand Theft Auto V continues to surprise and impress. The latest example is this new video in which a car crash, as Ron Burgundy might say, escalates quickly. What starts as a simple bike wreck becomes a pileup for the ages in no time at all. The first-person perspective really sells the drama, too. Take a look at the video below and let us know what you think.GTA V was originally released in September 2013 for Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3, before coming to Xbox One and PlayStation 4 in 2014 and PC in 2015. Though Rockstar Games has regularly supported the action game with new content for GTA Online, fans are still waiting for the promised single-player expansion.Overall, GTA V has shipped more than 52 million copies. Parent publisher Take-Two Interactive may announce a new number later today when the company reports earnings for the latest quarter. Via: Kotaku
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Gta 5 Car Crashes

Who doesn’t love a good GTA 5 motorway pile-up? Drivers just keep on speeding into the crash scene and getting caught up on it. Perhaps a mod was involved. But, however the video was made, it looks absolutely insane and complete chaos. Classic GTA 5. What awesome GTA 5 crash/fail videos have you seen? Let us know in the comments below!
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Gta 5 Car Crashes

I’ve always gone looking for trouble in GTA games. When Grand Theft Auto III first came out, my friends and I would get together and take turns going on rampages—competing to see who could survive the longest against the cops. With the new version of GTA V out, I’ve found another way to test myself: by going in search of the biggest and baddest car crashes I could cause in Los Santos.
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Gta 5 Car Crashes

The most upsetting car crashes for me are the ones that take me completely off-guard, like my family’s did. Those rarely ever happen in GTA V, though. Michael and Trevor might pound their fists on the steering wheel and curse out other drivers when they run into each other. But doing so is darkly ironic comedy. We all know who really caused the scene. All the non-human drivers in GTA are remarkably well-behaved in comparison to the monster the player becomes when they get behind the wheel.
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Gta 5 Car Crashes

Now you can experience everything unfolding inside GTA as if you were doing it yourself. And the game really allows for everything. Save for a few isolated activities like yoga and Trevor’s notorious torture sequence that are only available in a third-person mode, you can indulge in practically any GTA V behavior from a first-person vantage point: you can shoot an assault rifle, take a hit from a bong, have sex with a prostitute, and—of course—drive a car.
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Gta 5 Car Crashes

Even then, though, the game made my family’s car accident come rushing back into my present-day mind. Having played many GTA games, and GTA V specifically, I didn’t expect this to happen.
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Gta 5 Car Crashes

Playing GTA V, I’ve begun to notice the limits to GTA’s realism. Your character doesn’t suffer a physical handicap when using a phone while driving, for instance. Even after careening through the air and landing upside-down, cars always seem to right themselves so you can continue on your way. And then there’s the whole matter of never truly suffering from a car crash for any longer than the time it takes the game to reload and drop you outside of a hospital with a little less money in your pocket.
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Who doesn’t love a good GTA 5 motorway pile-up? Drivers just keep on speeding into the crash scene and getting caught up on it. Perhaps a mod was involved. But, however the video was made, it looks absolutely insane and complete chaos. Classic GTA 5.
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Watching this GTA 5 gamer completely destroy his Ocelot Jackal in a series of crashes, while trying to escape the police, is pretty satisfying. Even more so by the fact they manage to avoid their car exploding, despite getting rid of almost every single body panel. Props to them!
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The sound effect whenever a driver is ejected from their car in this video compilation of brutal GTA 5 crashes is just way too funny. It does, however, show this player probably isn’t the best at driving in the game.
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The memory started to show itself in small ways. An uncomfortable tic, a short gasp when I’d ram into a passing car. Seeing the hood fly up after a head-on collision and having it block my vision was enough to give me pause. The palpable thuds and shrill metallic screams of passing fender-benders left me depleted of energy, as if I’d made it through some thrilling high-speed chase. Shattering glass brought the clearest image by far. The way the game’s windshields break, cracking ever so slightly for a fraction of a second before bursting apart completely, rung a little too true to real life. Windshields in GTA V don’t just disappear when they’ve been broken. They implode, vomiting glass inward. It’s a stunningly detailed animation. The first few times I saw it, I caught myself trying to inch the camera down towards the seat of the car to see if the game had left a sea of tiny jewels in my character’s lap too.
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A few days after I started playing GTA V again, I pulled onto the highway. “Let’s try something out,” I thought to myself, “just to see how it goes.” I pulled the right trigger on my controller all the way down, putting Franklin’s foot to the floor. The car picked up speed. I whipped past other drivers, hearing a slight whoosh every time I came too close to one. My hands were trembling, and I was breathing unevenly. I noticed that I’d lost precise control of my vehicle; the car wavered precariously as it zoomed down the road. I didn’t let myself stop. Once I’d gained enough momentum to see that I wasn’t going to be able to move any faster, I glanced across the road to examine the incoming traffic. I inhaled deeply, and turned straight into it.
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When you drive in shooters like Far Cry 4, Destiny, Halo, or Battlefield, it doesn’t feel like you’re a person who’s actually inside of a car. You move far too gracefully for that to be the case. It’s as if you’ve merged with the vehicle to become some self-contained cyborg. Or you’re floating slightly above it. Your physical presence inside the vehicle is pretty much guaranteed, too—once you sit down, nothing’s going to kick you out as forcefully as GTA V’s windshield dive. For all their aesthetic and thematic differences games like those still come closer to emulating the experience of racing in Mario Kart than anything genuinely realistic.

Published on Jan 8, 2017 | Under Car | By michael ellis
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