During the course of this video we did manage to work out that stealing a train was unfortunately impossible in GTA 5, but that didn’t stop us from trying. We also fumble our way through a mission and once again attempt a parachute jump.
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While watching a video entitled “6 Things To Do In GTA 5 While Waiting For Heists” about a month ago the idea of playing ‘GTA Frogger’ caught my attention as something Alan and I could have a lot of fun with, as getting hit by vehicles is amusing in any situation. What we put together far exceeded our expectations, as although we got off to a relatively slow start one moment in the video had us laughing harder than at any point before, and it’s definitely a video that needs sharing here. We hope you enjoy it.
Something a little different this time around, we play the glitchy bug-fest that is Assassin’s Creed Unity. Besides not being able to block attacks, get through windows or even navigate a wide street we manage to haul ass through the co-op mission Danton’s Sacrifice, which turned out to be a lot of fun for both us and the viewers who watched us live on Twitch.
This video comes in two parts as we had so much to put in it would have stretched to nearly 40 minutes. Alongside the attempted tank robbery we give the survival game mode a go, arse about on a speedboat and have an impromptu one-on-one deathmatch that only ended when the police showed up and brutalised us.
Believe it or not sometimes we do get it a big wrong on Grand Theft Auto Online, and these outtakes show how badly we can mess up attempting to simply slide across the front of the car and drive off in awesome fashion at the start of a mission.
“Harsky and Stuch” style as Alan eloquently put it.