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Matthew, check your NAT type. For live games like GTA5, it needs to be set to "open" If it's type 2 then media is being sent, but blocked when coming in. Limited communication with the servers. It's usually caused by the wrong settings over a wireless connection. If you use a cat5 "hard wire" from your modem directly to your system, it should report back "open"
Dalton, the model of PS3 you have has officially been named "Super Slim". There are only a few obvious reasons why GTA5 isn't working. Is the disk dirty or scratched in any way? Also, it could be a bad copy of the game. Try taking it to a friend's house and trying the game there. If it works, you have a bigger issue than just the disk. Also, make sure to blow, or use compressed air to clean the laser inside the system. It won't hurt it, and may help. Good luck, and hope this helps.
Sounds like a corrupted download. You can try to correct it by deleting all your GTA 5 info, then go onto your dashboard, go over to settings, select system, then select storage, when it shows you the storage devices hit Y and select clear system cache. The downside is you will have to download all of your updates for all games again. Hope this helps.