Screenshot of the 'Momo' avatar in 'Grand Theft Auto 5' (YouTube/GalenT20) “Grand Theft Auto 5” is the latest video game to fall prey to the sick WhatsApp “Momo suicide challenge” that has been linked to the deaths of at least two teens. The creepy blood-spattered bird-woman “Momo” icon has reportedly appeared as an avatar or so-called ‘mod’ in the popular video game, which has sold over 85 million copies. ‘Mods’ are personalized additions to games created by a user or ‘modder.’ A YouTube gameplay video demonstrating the mod shows the disturbing avatar attack the player in a spooky dilapidated building. SINISTER 'MOMO SUICIDE CHALLENGE' SPARKS FEAR AS IT SPREADS ON WHATSAPP The video has been viewed by over 290,000 video game fans. There are fears it could lead youngsters to investigate the dangerous phenomenon, which has also been linked to the theft of personal data, harassment, extortion, anxiety, … [Read more...] about Sick ‘Momo suicide game’ infiltrates hit video game ‘Grand Theft Auto 5’
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Amazingly, Grand Theft Auto 5 has been with us since 2013 (say what?!), but even after five years there are still players who haven't finished tracking down those elusive collectibles, side missions, and goodies hidden within the game. If that description applies to you, then we've got your back with an entire suite of GTA 5 cheats, walkthroughs, and guides to ensure you don't miss a thing. We also have help available for GTA Online, so regardless of which one you're playing you'll have the best possible experience on PS4, Xbox One and PC.We start off with all the GTA 5 Cheat Codes you could want to turn Los Santos into your personal playground, then further down we have links to a wealth of tips and guides to help you find everything you need in both GTA 5 single player and GTA Online. Enjoy!Read more:The 25 best PS4 gamesThe 25 best Xbox One gamesGTA 5 Cheat CodesTo access any of these cheats, quickly enter the code using the d-pad and you'll receive a notification on-screen if you … [Read more...] about Grand Theft Auto 5 cheats and guides: everything you need to beat GTA 5 on PS4, Xbox One and PC
Junior detective Chris Cone responds to a fight call in a remote north part of Los Santos on a slow Saturday night. He’s been dispatched to dozens of fight calls before, and typically they turn out to be nonevents — nobody is present, or it’s just an accident that gets quickly resolved. He rides with his fiancée, paramedic Renee Loire. It’s nice to have some company on the drive, he says, and if someone is hurt, Loire will be there to patch them up. Cone pulls his car up to the ping on the map, and is immediately met with a hail of gunfire that rips into the vehicle. He’s down. The last thing he sees is his fiancée, running for her life — before she is gunned down as well. The ambush was set by The Condemned, the largest motorcycle gang in the city. Cone knows who killed him, but can’t act. Doing so would break the roleplay, which is a bannable offense. The attack leaves him angry and confused. “Why?” he says on his … [Read more...] about The life of a Grand Theft Auto role-player
Several days ago, the video game developer Rare announced that it was going to impose a “Death Cost” feature in Sea of Thieves that would charge players a fee for dying in the title, with each death costing a certain amount of gold – that is, the in-game currency – depending on the nature of how one’s character died. This caused a considerable amount of uproar among the game’s fan base, which has now led to the feature being cut from inclusion in the action-adventure game entirely. This much was announced by Rare executive producer Joe Neate, with the developer revealing the cancellation of the Death Cost in Sea of Thieves by way of a tweet. After stating that the proposed feature is now going to be dead on arrival, Neate mentions how he and the company didn’t properly reveal how it would have worked, which resulted in Rare’s decision to remove it, and he thanked players for their “honest feedback and discussion” in regards to … [Read more...] about Sea of Thieves ‘Death Cost’ Gets Nixed Following Backlash
In the PC Gamer Q&A, our writers share their thoughts on one subject then encourage you to add your own suggestions in the comments. This week: which demo did you play to death? Samuel Roberts: Age of Empires The PC Gamer cover discs were a blessing for my younger self, back when games came in boxes and weren't on-sale on Steam for like £3 six months after release. The better the demo, the more I would play that demo—Jedi Knight, Warzone 2100 and Rollcage all had cracking demos. I played those a bunch of times each. But the best of all was Age of Empires, which had a whole slew of missions. You could string those missions out as long as you liked, depending on how comprehensive you wanted your victory to be. I built many, many boats that were entirely unnecessary to rout the enemy. I must've played that entire demo at least eight times. This was one of my first RTS games, straight after Command & Conquer, and I was absorbed. Sadly, my parents didn't earn a lot … [Read more...] about Which demo did you play to death?