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Submitted by DBergmark 1024d ago | opinion piece

Grand Theft Auto V's main characters in the second trailer

Drew Bergmark of Original-Gamer.com: Featuring Stevie Wonder's Skeletons released on July 10th, 1987, the trailer got the vibe that the song didn't fit but it does as it perfectly represents what all the characters are. The original music video features multiple characters that seem to have perfectly normal lifes but have a terribly hidden secret. A housewife seems normal but she is an alcoholic, a businessman who really goes out at night as a transvestite, a typical American girl who gets molested by her dad & an athletic teenage boy who is addicted to cocaine. Though this seems really unneeded to be explained, Rockstar never leaves a chance to give hints for what the character will offer and the characters in the trailer explain why they choice the 1987 R&B hit! For more GTA V breakdowns, check out Original-Gamer.com! (Dev, Grand Theft Auto V, PC, PS3, Rockstar Games, Xbox 360)

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Nefario6  +   1024d ago
Finally!
Can't hardly wait
eagle21  +   1024d ago
Looks great.

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