The world of video game crime can be a scary one. When left unchecked virtual places like Los Santos from Rockstar Games' Grand Theft Auto 5 can become cesspools of robbery and violence. This group of video game journalists is becoming the eyes of the city by documenting in game crime in the world of GTA.
It's no surprise that a game like Grand Theft Auto has so much violent content. The rewards are virtually endless for violent crime and it encourages you to be as dastardly as possible -- and let's be honest, it's pretty awesome. The Media Lens group is putting the spotlight on this crime though by using the in-game camera to catch players in the act of committing crime.
These images actually look pretty professionally taken and seem like they could be real footage if it weren't for the graphical difference between the game pictures and real crime photography.
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