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The Ultimate GTA V Stunt Compilation

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Spend too long in a self-induced vortex of Grand Theft Auto V and you'll have trouble distinguishing between real life and the game.

In real life, for example, you wouldn't be able to steal cars quite so easily. You'd also have a great deal of trouble replicating half of the stunts you almost pull off in the game.

This incredible compilation showcases just some of the incredible tricks that you're still not able to do. Watch in awe.

 

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