Grand Theft Auto IV
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  • I love open world games, and the Grand Theft Auto series is one of the best of that type of game
  • One of the best parts of any Grand Theft Auto game is the missions, and Grand Theft Auto IV doesn't miss

    • by Elton Gahr

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      I love open world games, and the Grand Theft Auto series is one of the best of that type of game. I’m not as enamored with the adult nature of the content as some people, but this storyline is still as good as most gangster movies and there is considerable humor.

      The car driving is nearly perfect.

      It isn’t just that the cars are easy to use; but that every one of them feels different and even individual cars can take damage.

      You can lose wheels or even


      get thrown out the front of the car if you hit a wall, and while there is some less actual space in the game than in San Andreas there is also far less wasted space so you can spend at least as much time exploring.

      The fighting is also good, whether you are doing one of the missions or simply getting in gunfights with the police, you can hide behind walls, use your car as a weapon, throw grenades or simply cut people apart with a sword.

      The ...


      • targeting helps make the game easier without taking away too much of the challenge and the variety of weapons is as good as any Grand Theft Auto game.

        This brings me to the missions.

        One of the best parts of any Grand Theft Auto game is the missions, and Grand Theft Auto IV doesn’t miss.

        It feels as if every mission can be done in various ways.

        If you prefer to use a sniper rifle many of the missions will allow you to do that, but at the

        same time you won’t be able to use one skill all through the game like so many other video games.

        Grand Theft Auto IV will stretch your skill as you play and if you go back and play a second time you will find out just how much better you are.

        Overall this game has dozens if not hundreds hours of game play.

        There are mini games, dates, side mission and simple chaos, and once you’re done with that, you can turn on the multiplayer and find no end to the entertainment available.




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