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Submitted by xpgINSANITY 351d ago | article

The Mission Structure in GTA V Uses Three Leaf Clover As A Stepping Stone

Every gamer that’s played Grand Theft Auto IV knows that the Three Leaf Clover mission was not only the most ambitious mission in the game, but it’s also the most memorable.
The mission takes the main protagonist Niko and two friends on the ultimate heist, A Bank robbery.

GTA V will give players the chance to take control of three main heroes for the first time ever in the series. This is going to change the way each missions is going to be played. Although only a few people have managed to play the game before it’s release, and it seems that with all plan and execute mission system no heist should be played only once. With different strategies for every heist; which path will offer the most intense and enjoyable gameplay experience. (Grand Theft Auto IV, Grand Theft Auto V, PS3, Xbox 360)

zyphee   351d ago | Immature | show | Replies(2)
rahmeekbrunner  +   351d ago
getting it the day it comes out. yay

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