Courtesy of some creative modders, GTA players can now host their own parade.
An anti-system narrative just can't work, convincingly, when its millionaire writers are every inch a part of the new mainstream.
Destructive Creations' Hatred has drawn plenty of criticism for the fact that its main character, a big hairy man, seems intent on killing innocent civilians for no particular reason.
Bar the whole "100 percent completion" thing, they really don't seem to serve any purpose whatsoever.
Grand Theft Auto V and The Last of Us, both dug up from the previous gen, are the only 10/10 experiences available to 2014's gamers.
There are maybe five games that get it right. The rest look they've got their narcotics advice from an eight-year-old.
GTA V isn't the greatest game of this hardware generation, but it certainly is a rewarding swan song.
In fact, as violent games have got more popular, violent crime in Britain has steadily gone down.
Turns out nothing brings people together like the possibility of wanton violence.
Grand Theft Auto 5 has moved beyond the point where people pretend to be outraged by it.