Grand Theft Auto 5 trailer remade using LEGO

The first Grand Theft Auto 5 trailer was released quite a while back, but if you’re a fan of LEGO and you’re wondering what GTA might look like if it were to be made using LEGO parts, the folks at machinima have put together a GTA 5 trailer using LEGO, and according to them, they have attempted to recreate the scenes as faithfully as possible, but we guess you can be the judge of that. It’s pretty cool, not mention pretty cute at the same time which kind of seems to go against the nature of GTA in the first place. In any case if you’ve got a few minutes to spare, you can check it out in the video above, and if you’d like a comparison, you can view the original GTA 5 trailer after the break. What do you guys think? Close enough?

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