Grand Theft Auto V
Armed with a strong franchise that dug its heels into the gaming world in the late nineties, Rockstar Games has made it their mission to produce the largest open world game in the GTA titles, and they succeeded. Boasting their fifteenth title in the series, Grand Theft Auto V has been a much anticipated addition since the previous title Grand Theft Auto IV dropped in 2009. Set in a "re-imagined" version of what would be Southern California, GTAV takes you through third-person perspective on a rampant, mayhem-filled, high-octane crime spree in the city of Los Santos. Realistic functions like running, walking, driving, engaging in conversations and eating all attribute to the game play.
You will alternate between three different characters, criminals whose lives are intertwined and together must conduct six heists for the ultimate delivery of wealth. Progression of the story line is determined entirely on the player, and the game is played at your leisure. GTAV's open world offers up a bounty of freedom to roam and interact with the environment, taking command of the three different characters as you see fit to complete objectives which usually involves stirring up trouble. Within 24-hours of its release, Grand Theft Auto V sold more than 13 million copies, and currently the game holds the title for the fastest selling product in entertainment history, surpassing one billion dollars in revenue in just three days.
Only available for the Xbox 360 and the PlayStation 3, Grand Theft Auto V's current retail price is still close to $60, making the $40 pricing at Sears and Kmart a very good deal and the $34 price at Walmart an outright steal!
Used versions of GTA V have recently sold for as low as $38.
- Grand Theft Auto V - $33.99 at Microsoft Store
- Grand Theft Auto V - $34.00 at Walmart
- Grand Theft Auto V - $34.00 at Amazon
- Grand Theft Auto V - $39.99 at Sears
- Grand Theft Auto V - $39.99 at Kmart Thanksgiving