Alex Layton of SpawnFirst goes over the qualities that he thinks attributes greatness to popular and standout games. He goes over titles like Grand Theft Auto 5, Half Life 2, and the Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time
gta 5, goty, gotg, it's not up for debate, we have a clear winner
I completely disagree. GTA V is one of the best GTA games but it isn't quite GOTY material for me. It has some issues with its story (I personally do not think it is told very well and it is all over the place at times) and some other little issues. Sure it is a wonderful open world game that is extremely fun to play but it hasn't given me that bottom of your stomach wow fealing that The Last of Us gave me. It is one of the best games this generation but not the best game. Nor is it GOTY We have yet to see the multiplayer which could change things but only if it totally revamps how multiplayer is played (we haven't really seen or heard anything about it)
Im playing GTA V, and its an awesome entertaining game, but then again, even if its a good contender for GOTY, my pick would be The Last of Us
GOTY. Who cares its just a label it doesn't add or take away from a already brillant game. Why should a small comittee dictate its self worth. I will be watching VGA not for the awards but to see what next gen game Naughty Dog are bringing to the table.
I really love this game, but I wouldn't go as far as to call it the greatest game ever. In my opinion it is among the greatest games, in which there are many.
No game can be considered the greatest game of all time because we all have different tastes.
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