Grand Theft Auto:

What I Want To See In The Next Version

Ever since the first game was released back in 1997, Grand Theft Auto. gained a lot of fans. With it’s mix of comic-strip violence, casual profanities and explicit themes, Grand Theft Auto was really a game that was ahead of it’s time and it still continues to be the benchmark as far as gaming goes.

With the most recent release of Grand Theft Auto 5, many (myself included) probably thought that the most auditious and spectacular version so far. The sheer scale, detail and level of things to do throughout the game is matched by no other game I have ever played. And with the recent releases on the latest next gen consoles, the game is probably at peak of it’s virtual reality powers both in terms of game-play and graphics.

However, there are a few things that I personally would love to see in the next episode of the game. Below are the top 5 things I would like to see:

1 – Take Over The Train

On previous versions of GTA, taking over the train was no problem at all. All you did was wait for the train to arrive at the station and then press the button that you would normally press whenever you wanted to hijack a vehicle. Of course, if you hijacked the train, you would get an instant 5 star rating – just thing of the chaos you could cause!

2 – Go To Restaurants

One of the most successful versions of GTA is definitely GTA San Andreas, which practically allows you to customise most aspects within the game. One of the biggest things you can customise is your characters weight, so if you wanted to become a fat bastard, all you had to do was go to the local burger shot and eat till you threw up. How nice!?

3 – Go On Dates

Going to restaurants kind of leads on to my next feature I would like to see, being able to go on dates with girls (or boys if your character is that way inclined, afterall we do live in progressive society). Although you can pick up some of the girls in the strip clubs, it would also add an extra dimension if you could take out that person. Another feature could be to have a dating app or even the ability to search for escorts by location like this popular escorts website. And then later, you can hook up, go for a date and then maybe even go back to your apartment for some quality action.

4 – Go To The Gym

Come on, looking back at GTA San Andreas, there was nothing better than going for a hard session in the gym. Doing a few reps on the weights then instantly looking like Shaun T from those Insanity commercials. And then throwing all your hard work away when you decided to go on a binge eating session.

5 – Record Movies!

One of the most enjoyable things I have watched recently on youtube is all the custom made GTA 4 videos using the PC mod add-on. If readers have ever played the Driver series of games, one of the best things in that game was the ability to perform, direct and edit your very own car chase movie. If the GTA series brought this feature into the next game, it really will be the best game ever!

Top 5 Arcade Games at All Time

Pac Man
It is a classic game which was developed in 1980. Up to date, it is measured to be one the most popular video games. The game turned a staple of popular culture in the 1980s. It led to the establishment of an animated TV show, and the sale of countless merchandise. Pac-Man sold over $2.5 billion before 1990.

Donkey Kong Country
The game featured the Donkey Kong character, who was often regarded as a cult classic in the 1990s. The game was created by Rare in 1994. Since its production, the game has sold over 9 million copies worldwide. This made it to be the second best-selling SNES game ever produced. The game featured pre-rendered spirits that created a 3D effect on the game.

Need for Speed
It is the most successful racing game ever produced. As at October 2009, the game had sold over 100 million pieces. It is the most successful racing game franchise. It was initially developed in 1994 as a game for 5th generation gaming consoles. Later, developments allowed the game to be played on 7th generation gaming consoles.

Gold Miner
Gold Miner is a puzzle game that you can play right in your browser. The goal of the game is to collect all sized gold nuggets and jewels in the level and avoid barrels with gunpowder if you can.

Street Fighter II: The World Warrior
It is a fighting game which was originally released for arcades in 1991. Street Fighter II is a multi-player game with characters having unique fighting skills. Its gross revenue from sales as at 1993 was over $1.5 billion. The game had over $14 million copies sold because of its Super NES and Driver Console gaming ports.

Video Games Online Popularity

Are More People Playing Video Games Online?

Playing games online is a popular activity among people of all ages. Both men and women can be found playing video games using the Internet and global participation this activity grows more every day. People who were born in the new millennium are more likely to have played a video game on the Web at least once, than those who were born in previous decades, such as the 1990s. Better, More Realistic Graphics Make Playing Video Games on the Web Appealing.

Gamers who have been playing for years can attest to the fact that gaming technology changes rapidly. People who were not attracted to the simpler graphics that were present in the video games of decades past can now enjoy playing in environments that are rich with details. Effects that are used to render characters even simulate rustling leaves and flowing water.

Video Games Are Now More Interactive

The Sony Xbox and Wii have made gaming more interactive than ever before. People who hated the idea of having to sit still in order to play can now play games online that require them to move around. The Wii allows users to jump, wave their arms and move their entire body so it attracts users who enjoy movement.

Video Game Popularity Growing Due to the Social Aspect

Gamers like meeting up with friends online and this has encouraged more people to become involved in gaming and spend hours playing. They can connect with individuals from many different countries and in some cases, people have been able to improve their skills in other languages just by playing online a few hours each week.

Popularity Among Women Growing With Games Catered to Females

More games nowadays are catered to women. Building games such as Minecraft and Farmville allow players to use skills that they rely on in the real world. They have to plan, use resources from their environment to build homes and weapons and must also work with others when necessary to achieve victory. Candy Crush is just one of the visually stimulating games online that appeal to a larger female audience because of its design.