Submitted by eezo 666d ago | opinion piece

Evolution of Taxis and Cabbies: From GTA 1 to GTA V

Rockstar Games' Grand Theft Auto franchise has come a long way with respect to many things (gameplay, mechanics, combat, graphics and visuals, re-defining open world genre and many more things).

Taxis/Cabbies has also been an integral part of GTA franchise. This article is about Evolution of Taxis/Cabbies from GTA 1 to GTA V. (Grand Theft Auto IV, Grand Theft Auto V, Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, Grand Theft Auto: Vice City, GTA 3, PS3, Xbox 360)

USMC_POLICE  +   666d ago
Nice now do emergency vehicles lol
die_fiend  +   666d ago
This article is snooze
MaryThomson01   666d ago | Spam
Tainted Gene  +   666d ago
there was no info on the taxi in GTAV at ALL.... Just "comments" (speculation) on pictures from screen caps that were posted in previous articles.

- ..."it appears taxis will have 2 to 4 doors"

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