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Grand Theft Auto 5: A Wishlist

The Grand Theft Auto series is particularly famous for promising its players the ability to, basically, do what they want. If you want to blow shit up for the fun of it, you can. If you want to climb to the top of the tallest skyscraper and practice your parachuting sans parachute, you can. If you want to cause the city’s entire police force to trip over themselves trying to catch you, only to see your life extinguished because you drove into a wall too many times, then you can do so. The freedom to do what we like, when we like, in a city-wide playground is there. But still, we always want more.

So, unless you’ve been living in an internet-devoid cave for the last two years, you’ll know that GTA Vlaunches worldwide in less than two months. Of course, the internet has been rife with speculation about what you’ll be able to do, how you’ll be able to do it, and how awesome it’ll be doing it. Rockstar have dispensed with a few details here and there, confirming leisure activities like golf and tennis, as well as being able to have–and lose–your own pet dog, but there’s always room for more.

In that regard, this is a wishlist of mine containing certain things I would love to see included in GTA V, no matter how impractical some of them may be. It’s not a complete list of everything I would like to see, because if I did that, we’d likely be here for days, but it’s just a relatively small sample of how I think the next game could be a raucous success were it to include them.

If you want to read the rest of this post, please visit the following link and check it out: Gamer Euphoria.

If there’s anything you can take from the above post, it’s that I’m super excited about GTA5Not just a little, but a LOT. If I’m being brutally honest, gaming doesn’t interest or excite me nearly as much nowadays as it used to in the past, but I never fail to become absolutely ecstatic about a GTA game weeks and months prior to its launch. A lot of people seemed to have had issues with GTA 4, and this might sour their interest in the next game, but personally, I loved the heck out of that game and I’m confident I’ll be spending obscene amounts of time on this one–faults and all.

Please feel free to check out my post via the link included above and leave a comment either here or there if you want to get involved.

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