Video of the Day: Grand Theft Autumn

Grand Theft Auto V has been a runaway success since its launch, but a very different game has emerged in Korea.

Ten Ton Hammer Video of the Day

Never trust a guy that sells you a game and laughs manically.

Grand Theft Auto V (GTAV) managed to rake in over $1 billion in its first week, making it one of the biggest entertainment launches in history. Yesterday, the online extension of GTAV launched with Grand Theft Auto Online (GTAO), the same day that the US government seems to have shut down. Coincidence? Since yesterday’s launch, GTAO has had more than a few connectivity problems. But to Rockstar’s credit, they did warn players.

The launch of GTAV has echoed around the world, and even South Korea has had their fun with it as you can see in today’s video submitted by our reader Dabi. The video not only parodies the game, but maybe even takes a bit of a jab at some of our own politically charged silliness when it comes to parenting and gaming. While you may not be able to understand a single word, the story still manages to tell itself quite well.

Have you had the chance to try GTAO? Or are you still holding out for the inevitable PC announcement?

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