Cheats apart, video game Grand Theft Auto 5 is back with just the right amount of drama, action and interesting missions for the gaming enthusiasts on bot PS3 and XBox 360. Who said only films are packed with action and drama, with the perfect colours and locations serving as a cherry on the cake? Rockstar's Grand Theft Auto 5 (GTAV) has proved that there is more to gaming than just the usual. No wonder, Grand Theft Auto 5 broke six different records and made its way to the pages of the Guinness book.
Grand Theft Auto 5 brings us back to San Andreas city and unlike the previous games in the series, it follows the story of three different sociopathic protagonists — Michael is a former bank robber who faked his death and moved to San Andreas to live in peace while Franklin is struggling to establish himself in the criminal underworld. Both run into trouble when they accidentally destroy a house that belongs to an affluent man and must earn money to pay him back. Their money-making attempts draw the attention of the third protagonist, Trevor (Michael’s old partner) — a remorseless psychopath who’s interested in seeing how his “dead friend” is still alive and kicking.
One can notice a great variety in the Grand Theft Auto 5 missions, thanks to the three protagonist system. While you are doing yoga in one, the other will have you wipe out an entire biker gang with Trevor. The gamer can also play as multiple characters on a single adventure. What’s more interesting is that you can switch between all three to complete a mission. The most captivating of these missions are the heists, which is planned and executed by the entire gang. Throughout Grand Theft Auto 5, fellow criminals will keep wanting to join your crew to partake in your heists. Each criminal comes with their own stats that level up when you use them frequently. Beware, because although the lower rung criminals will take lesser percentage of the haul, they are the first ones to make a mistake when things go