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Old 07-22-2011, 11:28 PM   #16
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I haven't played GTA IV but if that's true then it must have changed a LOT since the first couple of games, where the aim was to run over as many people as possible.
it actually has. GTA1 had rather little in the way of plot and relied on humour, violence and very occasional sexual references (which were of course blown way out of proportion by the media), GTA London and GTA2 were rather similar just in london and a futuristic city respectively
GTA3, as well as moving to 3D, introduced much more detailed story and characters with personalities. Vice City and San Andreas made further steps towards the more mature and less silly GTA4
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