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>"Grand Theft Auto games always hit the same beats. Big, loud characters, expensively choreographed set-pieces, and killer music. Sometimes clever, sometimes dumb, always entertaining. A funhouse mirror held up to the very worst of contemporary culture. America viewed through a cracked prism of on-the-nose satire and toilet humour.There's nothing else like it, and nobody makes a blockbuster videogame quite like Rockstar. I've long been a fan, and I'm eagerly anticipating the next one. But after playing through sad cowboy epic Red Dead Redemption 2 for the third time, I find myself dreaming about a future Grand Theft Auto where the series breaks away from this established formula and, well, grows up." >"Grand Theft Auto games always hit the same beats. Big, loud characters, expensively choreographed set-pieces, and killer music. Sometimes clever, sometimes dumb, always entertaining. A funhouse mirror held up to the very worst of contemporary culture. America viewed through a cracked prism of on-the-nose satire and toilet humour.There's nothing else like it, and nobody makes a blockbuster videogame quite like Rockstar. I've long been a fan, and I'm eagerly anticipating the next one. But after playing through sad cowboy epic Red Dead Redemption 2 for the third time, I find myself dreaming about a future Grand Theft Auto where the series breaks away from this established formula and, well, grows up."
>"Grand Theft Auto games always hit the same beats. Big, loud characters, expensively choreographed set-pieces, and killer music. Sometimes clever, sometimes dumb, always entertaining. A funhouse mirror held up to the very worst of contemporary culture. America viewed through a cracked prism of on-the-nose satire and toilet humour.There's nothing else like it, and nobody makes a blockbuster videogame quite like Rockstar. I've long been a fan, and I'm eagerly anticipating the next one. But after playing through sad cowboy epic Red Dead Redemption 2 for the third time, I find myself dreaming about a future Grand Theft Auto where the series breaks away from this established formula and, well, grows up." >"Grand Theft Auto games always hit the same beats. Big, loud characters, expensively choreographed set-pieces, and killer music. Sometimes clever, sometimes dumb, always entertaining. A funhouse mirror held up to the very worst of contemporary culture. America viewed through a cracked prism of on-the-nose satire and toilet humour.There's nothing else like it, and nobody makes a blockbuster videogame quite like Rockstar. I've long been a fan, and I'm eagerly anticipating the next one. But after playing through sad cowboy epic Red Dead Redemption 2 for the third time, I find myself dreaming about a future Grand Theft Auto where the series breaks away from this established formula and, well, grows up."
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