Submitted by Pozzle 959d ago | opinion piece

GTA V: 5 Reasons Why Multiple Protagonists Is A Great Idea (And 3 Ways It Could Suck)

Say hello to Michael, a former bank robber; Franklin, a young and ambitious hustler and finally Trevor, a war veteran. These are the three protagonists we will be following throughout the sprawling world of San Andreas when the game is released this September.

The inclusion of three protagonists throws up several thoughts and possibilities, and whilst it seems like an exciting feature, it may also have its drawbacks.

Here, we examine five ways multiple protagonists in GTA could be a great idea, and also examine why it might not be. (Grand Theft Auto V, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

Psychotica  +   959d ago
I really like the idea..
pixelsword  +   959d ago
Although it wasn't a game as large as GTA, the first Killzone basically did the same thing and it was a really good idea on how choosing different people changed-up the gameplay and the dialogue.
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