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Submitted by Broll 497d ago | opinion piece

The Hidden Secrets of GTA and Why They Are Great

CCC Says: "So many buried treasures, even Indy can’t find them all!
Pick a GTA title, and you’ll find endless hours of free-roaming fun. The sizes of each game world have increased exponentially with each release. Thus, it just stands to reason that the larger the game world, the more things there are to do. The in-game missions of any GTA will keep you busy for hours on end, but that’s not all there is to find. The little side-missions (more importantly, the Easter eggs placed throughout the world) are what keep gamers poking around for months after the main game has run its course." (Culture, Grand Theft Auto V)

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