One of the biggest anticipations of the previous year was the long-awaited Grand Theft Auto Five (GTA5), sequel to GTA4, one of Rockstar’s bigger snafus. With a barely-interesting plotline, characters so annoying you silently wish a mission was coming that involved their death, and vehicle physics so laughable that stealing a nice sports car wasn’t really much better than any random muscle car and helicopters seemed to have a mind of their own, a suicidal mind. But despite those failures, there was still a strong anticipation for GTA5. Even I let my hopes rise a little for this game, and it did deliver, but only partially. Part of this game is legitimately polished and fun to play, the other half is, in my opinion, one of the biggest wastes in potential for a game this year.