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Submitted by TheHip14 564d ago | opinion piece

5 Tear-Jerking Moments From The Grand Theft Auto Series

WGTC writes: If you think about some of the best games of the last decade, sadness played a part. Loss played a part. On top of that, the last two games that Rockstar made before GTA V (L.A. Noir and Red Dead Redemption) BOTH feature (SPOILER ALERT) main characters who die at the end of the game, regardless of how well you played it.

So it is safe to say that Rockstar knows just how big an impact a tear-jerking moment can have on a gamer. As a matter of fact, I am still upset about John Marston, and would like us all to observe a moment of silence for one minute, right now. (Culture, Grand Theft Auto IV, Grand Theft Auto Trilogy, Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas)

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