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Published at 12:32 PM PST

Three members from our sister site, GTAStunting, recently got togeather to create a stunting video with a cinematic touch. The video was directed and edited by Beat, who we've featured in the past for his stellar IVSA trailer and the impressive The Lamborghini Reventon video which were both created with the help of the built-in Grand Theft Auto IV video editor.  Titled "SHELLSHOCKED", this new video features some of Beat's best camerawork and editing yet with remarkable stunts performed by Daksad. The video also features a guest performance by Slayer. To anyone saying you can't pull off stellar stunts in Grand Theft Auto IV, I hope the performances by Daksad and Slayer change their mind because this video features some of the greatest IV stunts yet. You can view the video above on YouTube or hit the link below to go to the GTAStunting topic which has the video in a couple of different formats.

Source: GTAStunting

Published at 8:53 AM PST

The second coming release of the highly anticipated modification for Grand Theft Auto IV is here. The Grand Theft Auto IV: San Andreas team has just released Beta 2 to the public. Code named "World Motion", beta 2 includes the following:

  • Radio
  • HUD
  • Vehicle Paths
  • Lighting
  • and much more!

You can download Grand Theft Auto IV: San Andreas from their official website.

Source: Grand Theft Auto IV: San Andreas

Published at 5:00 PM PST

For this Friday's Grand Theft Auto IV PC event, which celebrates the 3rd anniversary of the PC version's release, Rockstar has invited us along with fellow fan sites to take part as special guests in the event. As always, Rockstar will be running a sweepstakes for a number of Grand Theft Auto IV goodies such as event original collectible foam fingers, lapel pin sets, license plates, t-shirts and large character stickers. If you are unable to play in the event, you'll still be able to watch the live stream and chat with fellow fans in the chatroom on the Social Club website

Here's a list of us and other fellow fansites that will be participating in the event:

In preparation for the event, we will be playing at random times tonight and tomorrow. If you'd like to join, just add us and shoot us a message or join our game if we are online. More about the event can be found at Rockstar's Newswire article.

Published at 2:32 PM PST

One of the most anticipated mods for Grand Theft Auto IV and Episodes from Liberty City has just released its first public beta! This first beta of the mod includes the map and an number of basic work in progress things from San Andreas such as CJ, audio, weapons and vehicles. The next beta version of the mod the team has planned aims to improve on a number of things such as animations in the world, traffic/peds, more audio and a number of other things the team is still working on. Since this is beta, things can go wrong and there will be bugs that will need to be sorted out however the mod is already extremely stable. If you're feeling adventurous, you can download the mod from the official website..

Official Website: GTAIV San Andreas

Published at 4:09 PM PST

The Grand Theft Auto IV San Andreas team, who is porting the entire world of San Andreas to Grand Theft Auto IV and the Rockstar Advanced Game Engine, has recently announced that a public beta will be coming this August. To celebrate, video editor Beat of our family site GTAStunting has created the following teaser trailer to get you pumped for the release next month. Don't have GTAIV but have EFLC? Never fear as your's truly has been working with the team to add EFLC support as well as developing the website and certain online functions. To find out more, hit the link below.

Source: GTAIV San Andreas

Published at 10:35 AM PST

Recently, directors and editors have started to utilize Grand Theft Auto IV's video editor to create new levels of machinima that have not been seen until now. Last year, French filmmaker Mathieu Weschler released a full feature-length movie (coming in at 88 minutes) using IV's video editor and an external editor to add some new sounds, voices and effects. He invested two years of his life into what is, in my opinion, the best machinima movie ever created. Here's a bit of the backstory behind the video:

The "trashmaster" divides his time between collecting garbage and cleaning up other forms of trash fouling up New York City's streets: dealers, small-time criminals... When the dancers in his favourite strip club are mysteriously killed, the trashmaster finds himself hot on the trail of a particularly twisted serial killer.



Another video released utilizing the video editor is from GTAStunting's very own BeaT titled "The Lamborghini Reventon". While the video is short, it shows off the kind of high quality camera work you can pull off in the editor and the quality of the vehicle mods available for Grand Theft Auto IV. This is just the beginning for BeaT as he's currently working on a script for a full length movie to be created in Grand Theft Auto IV. The story is currently titled "Spectral" and will feature action, mystery and drama. He hopes to release it some time next year.

Published at 8:41 AM PST

GTA IV: Complete Edition is now available in North America, and will be available October 29th in Europe. The Complete Edition of Grand Theft Auto IV includes the original game, plus Episodes from Liberty City - which itself encompasses both DLC packages: The Lost and Damned and The Ballad of Gay Tony.

Currently, the edition is only available on Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3, and no PC version has been announced nor dated. However, several retailers, including Amazon, have been listing a PC version for some time now. We'll let you know if any information regarding a possible PC version is revealed.

UPDATE: The Complete Edition is now available on Steam for PC, nothing is currently known about retail versions though.

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