GRAND THEFT AUTO V – MAKING AMAZING BETTER

GRAND THEFT AUTO V – MAKING AMAZING BETTER 

Released in 2008, Grand Theft Auto IV satisfied fans of the series with its stunning visuals and leap into the world of HD gaming.  Enhancements to the graphics, as well as the physics of the game, were hard to not notice.  But there were some glaring omissions, including the removal of planes and the ever-popular tank.

Indeed, there were many fans that voiced these concerns, and began claiming IV’s predecessor Grand Theft Auto San Andreas was in many ways better than it’s next generation successor.  To be sure, many of the missing features in GTA IV were present in GTA San Andreas, adding fuel to the fire.

A plane in GTA San Andreas.

Aside from simply adding the features that were missing from GTA IV, how can an amazing game be made even better?  Multiplayer features were enjoyable in IV, but could certainly use some polishing in GTA V.  Grand Theft Auto has always been known as a single player experience; it’ll be interesting to see if Rockstar focuses more on the multiplayer element in this next go around.

An even greater number of vehicles, particularly motorcycles, dirt bikes, and bmx bikes are always fun to take for a spin.  GTA IV featured an impressive list of vehicles, but relied on DLC to augment these numbers, especially for bikes.  GTA V needs these features from the start, preferably with a robust customization menu and upgrade options.

Do you have some great ideas of how to make Grand Theft Auto V even better?  Flydrs wants to know!  Weigh in your thoughts in the comments section.

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One thought on “GRAND THEFT AUTO V – MAKING AMAZING BETTER

  1. With GTA I’m big on the storyline, the arsenal of weapons, and the small things that make it realistic. Multiplayer DEFINITELY needs to be improved in 5, even if the improvements are just minor. Multiplayer wasn’t even worth really playing before. I never played the side stories, but it seems like if it was worth it to do that, maybe give you more of an opportunity to customize your character, like in IV — That’s what I enjoyed.

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