Here’s What The GTA 5 Trailer Looks Like When Remade In Real Life

Posted: Jul 2 2014, 1:04pm CDT | by , in News | Gaming

Here’s What The GTA 5 Trailer Looks Like When Remade In Real Life
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The folks of Zapruder have parodied the entire trailer in real life in Spain

Rockstar Games has done a great job with GTA 5 and we can see that in the title’s popularity after breaking all sales records soon after its release last year. But it looks like that none can beat the fanfare of the guys at Zapruder Pictures as they have made a real life trailer paradoying the official GTA 5 one. We can tell that the frame-by-frame replication of the official trailer is fairly accurate but it also wont be wrong if we said that Rockstar really had to pull out the stops in taking care of eager GTA 5 enthusiasts last year. It was initially supposed to be a Spring release but it got delayed till the fall and during the waiting period, Rockstar had to roll out numerous trailers and teasers to keep the waiting fans engaged.

The trailer as a whole is very great effort and it has turned out to be quite spectacular. We certainly feel like giving the developer a huge round of applause for such‘realism’ as this put into the game that it makes us think that Los Santos is a real place. Though the place is supposedly in LA USA but the guys have done a pretty amazing job in replicating everything in Spain. Even if you are watching very carefully, you will be dodged into thinking sometimes that it is the real GTA 5 trailer that you are watching.

source: redmondpie

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