When it comes to the Grand Theft Auto series, no mission ever only takes you from point A to point B. Naturally, video games need to give the player a sense of adventure, but Grand Theft Auto missions give you a bit of everything: adventure, hijacking, murder, quick getaways, a lot of improvisation, and maybe even a tinge of romance if da boss is feeling generous. Of course, the missions you run through in GTA's story mode can also be infuriating. You can only end up wasted so many times before you start feeling some road rage.
The missions you run through in GTA's story mode can also be infuriating. You can only end up wasted so many times before you start feeling some road rage.In spite of the da boss’s vast experience with committing crimes and getting away with it, missions never fail to land you in situations that draw the attention of Liberty City's finest or - if you're a particularly bold player unafraid of racking up five stars - the United States Army.
Yeah, you get paid for it, but not until after you finished the mission, risking your own freedom, reputation, and even your life. You really have to wonder: What's the point of it all? Why risk an RPG blast or a hail of police gunfire?
Why end up in the hospital yet again for something as simple as money? Especially when you can steal a car, drive up into the hills, and hijack a blimp for some San Andreas sightseeing? Do the next best thing by taking the video below out for a spin.