‘Grand Theft Auto V’ Released: Celebs & Fans Tweet Their Reactions

Tue, September 17, 2013 3:08pm EST by 4 Comments
Grand Theft Auto V Released
Courtesy of Rockstar Games/Pacific Coast News

Countless eager gamers lined up to purchase ‘Grand Theft Auto V,’ which was released at midnight on Sept. 17. Fans took to Twitter to voice their excitement over the new game, which is already flying off the shelves in record numbers!

Gamers are kissing their social lives goodbye as they settle in to play the highly anticipated game that many critics and fans are calling the best “Grand Theft Auto” to date. Read on to see what the fans have to say!

 ‘Grand Theft Auto V’ Released — Celebs & Fans Tweet Their Reactions

“Grand Theft Auto V” didn’t just meet fans’ expectations — it beat them! Gamers were so excited to play the latest installment of GTA that it’s pretty much all they could think about — or tweet about — after the release.

Director and editor Alfredo Flores tweeted, “It’s about to go down! Grand Theft Auto V!!!!!!”

@LilApollo tweeted, “I just wanna go home and play Grand Theft Auto V”

@IanBallinger925 said, “Can’t wait to get Grand Theft Auto V … finally a story-driven game. Looks like the game I’ve been waiting for.”

@billrodella tweeted, “Grand Theft Auto V is the shit! Now they just need a weapons and health cheat”

@nedyaH_nuhtmaR said, “Hello Grand Theft Auto V, goodbye social life.”

@ShowtimeTate tweeted, “Can’t wait to go play grand theft auto all day!”

@MB_uno4 said, “To all the girls that ask me to hangout with them the answer is NO… Grand Theft Auto 5 has my full undivided attention.”

Sounds like these die-hard fans won’t be seeing the light of day anytime soon!

How about you, HollywoodLifers? Are YOU excited to play “Grand Theft Auto V?” Let us know!

WATCH: ‘Grand Theft Auto V’ Trailer — Official Gameplay Video

Subscribe to me on YouTube

— Tierney McAfee

More Video Game News:

  1. Eminem Releases New Song ‘Survival’ In ‘Call Of Duty: Ghosts’ Trailer
  2. Ryan Davis: Video Game Personality Dead At 34
  3. Adam Lanza Was Addicted To Violent Video Games — Report