Saturday Morning Arcade LIVE! - S3E36: GTA Online - The Social Commentary

Let's face it. Grand Theft Auto V is pretty much the biggest video game in the entire medium right now. Not only is it shattering sales records, but gamers are abuzz discussing it's story, protagonist and online experience. However, one aspect of it that should be highlighted more is the fact that it is a tool of self analyzation. GTAV is holding up a mirror to society, and I'm not sure if I like what it's reflecting. If you want to know what I mean, why not listen to the latest episode of Saturday Morning Arcade LIVE! to find out?

If you weren't able to join us on October 4th, then we have you covered. Matt, Noel and myself gathered in the SMA Clubhouse to discuss french fries, the World of Warcraft movie, Moral Kombat Legacy, Kidrobot x Street Fighter exclusive figures, hot deals, Pokemon X/Y hype, Guild Was 2, Grand Theft Auto V, Grand Theft Auto Online, Halloween, buying new consoles and... Half-Life 3? You can listen to some Truth Bombs by downloading the MP3 podcast version here or streaming it through the embedded player below:

As always, you can join us almost every Saturday when we broadcast our show LIVE! When all our shenanigans take place, you can listen in over at Be sure to keep an eye out on our respective Twitter accounts for more solid information regarding broadcasting times. If you have any questions, comments or topics you want discussed on our show, you can always shoot us an e-mail at with the subject "LIVE!".

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Until next time friends, 

Saturday Morning Arcade LIVE! - S3E36: GTA Online - The Social Commentary [MP3]