Rockstar 10 Most Popular Games: It’s safe to say that Grand Theft Auto V is the best video game released in the last several years, and it keeps on giving. Red Dead Redemption 2 is Rockstar’s next gift to the world, and today we got our first look at it.
Red Dead 2 has been talked about for a long time, and while the video doesn’t give much away, it’s still a visual treat. We wouldn’t need a trailer to get us pumped for the upcoming Rockstar game; after all, they’re responsible for some of the best video games of the past 15 years.
Find evidence? We’ve compiled a list of the top 10 games published by the studio so far, and it covers a wide variety of genres and gameplay styles. with a great deal of GTA, of course.
GTA Online: The Criminal Enterprises explores new avenues of criminality, including new missions for MC Presidents, Executives, Gunrunners, and Nightclub Owners.
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Tennis On A Table?
You bet, we’ll be playing some table tennis first. The first Rockstar game on the Xbox 360 was a simulation, and it was a lot of fun. It was the first test of the game engine that would go on to power Grand Theft Auto IV and other games, and it manages to capture the spirit of the sport without being monotonous. It’s an unusual inclusion on this list, but a great game that deserves a digital re-release at a low price.
Max Payne (2001)
Although Max Payne 3 was developed in-house by Rockstar, the previous game set the standard for gun-toting action games. Remedy’s game stood out thanks to its slow-motion dives, noir aesthetic, and endearingly cheesy voiceover, all of which transformed the shootouts into superhero fantasies. Although it may not stand up remarkably well (because it can be played on cellphones these days), its legendary stature remains untarnished.
GTA San Andreas (2004)
The task of selecting a favorite GTA is akin to picking a favorite child. San Andreas is arguably the best iteration of the Grand Theft Auto franchise on the PlayStation 2, moving the action from New York to California to focus on the city of Los Angeles and delivering an extremely engaging take on the early 1990s. It’s a huge game, perhaps too big and unpolished in places, but one in which we cheerfully lost track of time for countless.
L.A. Noire (2011)
L.A. Noire is a dramatic success in video game storytelling because it keeps the player in Los Angeles but shifts the setting to 1947. You’ll play a police officer tasked with solving cases, which may involve gunplay, fistfights, or intense interrogation of suspects. More so than the actual action itself, thanks to the incredible facial capture job and the superb narration.
Theft Auto IV, (2008)
While it’s easy to look over or dismiss GTA IV in favor of Grand Theft Auto V, the truth is that it represented a significant improvement over the series’ norms.
The reserved protagonist has been replaced by Niko Bellic, whose moving story is driven by his experience as an immigrant in the United States. The addition of a livelier world and excellent multiplayer makes Grand Theft Auto IV an instant classic in a series full of them.
GTA III: Grand Theft Auto (2001)
One of the most influential games ever, Grand Theft Auto III is widely credited for pioneering the open world genre and introducing a new audience to Rockstar’s signature tone.
While we believe that subsequent games have vastly improved upon the original premise, Grand Theft Auto III is such a landmark title that it must be included here.
Bully/Canis Canem Edit (2006)
Casting young actors in Grand Theft Auto? Actually, that’s a pretty accurate summary, albeit the actual execution of Canis Canem Edit (known as Bull elsewhere) felt a lot more creative.
It was a breath of fresh air to play as an annoying rebel and see the cliques, classes, and mysteries of the town from a different point of view. We hope Rockstar will top it with an even more ambitious and innovative approach, like that of GTA5. Vice City was released barely a year after the blockbuster release of Grand Theft Auto III, but it significantly upped the ante in a number of ways.
It’s basically the same game, but the characters and plot are more interesting, and the neon-soaked spin on 1980s Miami is perfect for both comedic and intense action. The availability of bicycles prompted even later nighttime excursions.
The game Red Dead Revolver (2010)
Exactly what is it about Red Dead Redemption 2 that has us so psyched? The original game is a classic in the truest sense of the word; it’s a Grand Theft Auto-meets-Western that took off thanks to its excellent presentation.
Rockstar provided an amazing experience despite a somewhat familiar framework; moving the action to the Wild West and exchanging sports vehicles for steeds gave the game a fresh vibe. It’s only natural that, in light of how GTA V ended up, fans would like to return to the game’s universe with modern hardware.
For One, GTA V (2013)
As we’re on the subject of Grand Theft Auto V… Rockstar’s final game represents the pinnacle of its open-world prowess, yet other games on this list may have had a greater impact or been more memorable.
It’s a monstrosity, with a huge, enticing world full of amazing action, characters, quests, secrets, and atmosphere, and an online component that might have stood on its own as a separate game.
While you may have a favorite from your childhood, we think this one is the finest because you can play it for years without getting tired of it thanks to Rockstar’s frequent GTA Online upgrades.