Grand Filching Automobile V (GTA5) was recently released to immense critical praise accompanying phenomenal proceedings breaking sales. As of writing, the game has already sold over 1 billion dollars and it is likely to sell a whole lot more when people start their holiday shopping soon. In the coming weeks however we have another two blockbuster multi-platform games arrival out in Call of Duty: Ghosts (CoD) and Need for Speed: Rivals (NFS). What is really interesting though is that while GTA5 looks unique et al different from other games, there are some similarities launch from these two games.
Just near looking at their titles, Grand Theft Cars V is totally a free style game featuring a widest array of elements. Call of Duty: Ghosts is a first person shooter action game and of course we have Need for Speed: Rivals which is an out of control racing et cetera chasing type game.
However, Grand Theft Auto V shares remarkable abutting similarities with both of these games. Occasion it can be played in devoid style mode, it also has a very story driven dialogue campaigns and a ton of shooting action much as we can look forward to in the future Call of Duty: Ghosts. It has gotten to a point where you might at one time wonder, am I playing GTA5 or CoD? Because today’s console games have grown indeed much that we’re beginning to see a big consolidation going on in games. Supremacy of all, GTA5 has the most variety of elements or borrowed ideas from other popular games. It always had the strong racing and being chased theme from its get-go in which some of it was similar to today’s Need for Speed game. Then it is mimicking one about the console game’s originally successful first propositus shooter (FPS) like CoD. And by now, many GTA5 gamers would have previously noticed that there are other little extra things or plug-ins here and there added to the game, like flying an airplane, jet-skiing, roller coaster riding, battling in a tank, a strip club bar and even playing a game of tennis. I could bill more, go on and on but you get my point. GTA started published as a game involved in auto theft which is stealing a car and running away, just for the sake of fun. Now it has become a game of virtual reality world with plenty of violence (yes this game is rated R) that GTA is losing its focus. It wouldn’t live surprised at all if this game had been actually titled, “Lethal Autobiography in LA”.
There is no doubt that GTA5 provides the widest range of violence for entertainment, and many would surely applaud for their accomplishment of creating such a finely detailed world. But are we going to be satisfied by seeing other console games further going in this sse of free grace method assault in the future? These games when you bemused almost it are extra similar to the Hollywood blockbuster movies. First movie becomes a great hit and then we experience sequel after sequel with better CGI’s including more violence, making the movies rely heavily on technological side instead regarding focusing more on better themes. Here the makers of these games are not trying to redefine gaming in a special way, instead these highly budget games where a gigantic development teams and so considerable time are beat into giving gamers the most eye candy experience possible. Say there is a great indie game that could be compared to an unforgettable art house movie then these three games are more caricature a jaw-dropping Michael Bay type liveliness movie.
GTA5 has a lot to offer for sure and its sale figure already speaks for itself. It has easily broken a record for the biggest revenue snatcher on its first day. The trend for the hefty console games are actually surely transforming from one of a kind theme into an all in one type in which many other big game franchises will specious be following this orbit down the road. It is definitely worth buying a copy instead of renting it when the game offers such a remote replay value with almost endless possibilities of gameplays.