Gamers like us here at Suck My Trend love Grand Theft Auto. The series has been amazing from day 1, and our personal favourites are San Andreas and Vice City, due to the classic mode of them. GTA IV was brilliant, and the graphics on the Xbox 360 and Playstation 3 were great, but that feel we got playing Vice City, and that shock we got when we found out Lance Dance was screwing us can never be beaten.
We liked San Andreas because of the massive map, the countless missions and extras before you could gain that 100% completion, and of course, flying. The jetpack was hilariously awesome, but the Hydra fighter battles could put Ace Combat to shame when you have a 6 star wanted level and all you can do is blow up the incoming fighter jets and copters coming your way. A brilliant game all ways round, and with news that flying planes will be back in GTA 5, this is great news and could be a big point at making GTA V the best GTA yet, and that brings us on to the main topic, whether GTA V truly will be the one. Will it bring that feeling back that we once had, that enjoyment of driving down listening to Flash FM in an Infernus, even if it does blow up as soon as it hits a wind mirror.
Multiplayer was brilliant, although I preferred the online multiplayer servers of Vice City and San Andreas much more than the online play available through GTA IV. I hope that GTA V can take on board what those gamers enjoy and put it into a multiplayer mode in GTA V so that when we finally do put on that 100% completion T-Shirt, we have more to do, more people to kill and more trophies and achievements to unlock.
The graphics in the latest leaked screenshots look brilliant, so it is safe to say that they won’t be an issue. Quite frankly I was happy with the graphics in GTA IV and I felt that they were realistic enough to keep me as a gamer happy and engaged. My favourite place to go was to go to the hospital near that room in the mission where the guy dies in the hospital bed and you have to escape, holding off the cops with a 6 star wanted level there is great fun and it can last for ages, until you run out of ammo anyway. The bodies never disappear as it’s in the same area, so the graphics comes into play here with the huge body count as more cops storm into the hospital with one mission to take you down. I hope that in GTA V there will be moments like this, and the graphics help greatly in making it a realistic situation which is also fun and entertaining within a gaming environment.
I want GTA V to be the best GTA ever, and I hope that it will make that title.