Tired of Waiting for GTA 6? Here Are Ten Rockstar Games Titles You Need to Play


Tired of Waiting for GTA 6? Here Are Ten Rockstar Games Titles You Need to Play

Abhimannu Das
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While we wait for Grant Theft Auto 6 (GTA 6), here are ten other Rockstar Games titles that you need to check out in the meanwhile.
In addition to popular franchises like Red Dead Redemption and GTA, Rockstar has also produced some fantastic standalone titles like Bully and LA Noire.

Grant Theft Auto 6 is just weeks away from getting an official reveal. If you are getting impatient, we have some other Rockstar Games titles that you can check out in the meanwhile. While everyone has heard of GTA and Red Dead Redemption, there are some fantastic standalone classic titles from the publisher that you may not have experienced.

Top 10 Rockstar Games Titles of All Time

Grand Theft Auto V (2013)

A juggernaut in the gaming industry, Grand Theft Auto V stands as a testament to Rockstar's mastery of open-world design. The game weaves together a compelling narrative, unforgettable characters, and a sprawling, meticulously detailed world that invites exploration and mayhem in equal measure.

Red Dead Redemption 2 (2018)

Transporting players to the rugged landscapes of the Wild West, Red Dead Redemption 2 is a cinematic masterpiece. With a narrative that tugs at the heartstrings, breathtaking visuals, and an immersive open world teeming with life, it's a game that immerses players in the harsh realities of the late 1800s.

Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas (2004)

A timeless classic, Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas pushed the boundaries of open-world gaming. From the sprawling cities to the rural countryside, the game's vast and diverse map was a playground for chaos and creativity. The gripping storyline and iconic characters further solidified its place in gaming history.

Bully (2006): Venturing into a unique setting, Bully takes the Rockstar formula to a boarding school, delivering a charming and quirky experience. As Jimmy Hopkins, players navigate the challenges of school life, engaging in pranks, classes, and building alliances. It's a testament to Rockstar's ability to tell compelling stories in various settings.

Max Payne 2 (2003): In the fifth spot, we have Max Payne 2, a game that elevates the noir narrative and intense action to new heights. The titular character, Max Payne, finds himself embroiled in a dark and complex web of intrigue and betrayal. With its gripping storytelling, atmospheric setting, and innovative gameplay mechanics, Max Payne 2 remains a standout title in Rockstar's catalog.

L.A. Noire (2011): Departing from the traditional Rockstar formula, L.A. Noire delves into the crime thriller genre. Set in post-war Los Angeles, the game introduces groundbreaking facial animation technology for realistic character expressions. Players take on the role of a detective, solving crimes and navigating a morally ambiguous world.

Grand Theft Auto IV (2008): Grand Theft Auto IV takes a darker and more mature approach, exploring the complexities of the American Dream through the eyes of protagonist Niko Bellic. The game's Liberty City is a gritty and realistic urban landscape, and its narrative delves into themes of family, loyalty, and the pursuit of success.

Manhunt (2003): Known for its controversy, Manhunt is a psychological horror stealth game that pushes players to the edge. As protagonist James Earl Cash, players must navigate a twisted and brutal world, participating in a deadly game orchestrated by a mysterious director. It's a departure from Rockstar's typical open-world titles but showcases their willingness to experiment with different genres.

Midnight Club: Los Angeles (2008): Steering away from narrative-driven games, Midnight Club: Los Angeles is Rockstar's foray into the racing genre. Set in an open-world representation of Los Angeles, the game delivers high-speed races, thrilling pursuits, and an extensive car customization system that caters to gearheads and racing enthusiasts.

Table Tennis (2006): Closing the list is the unexpected entry, Table Tennis. While it may seem like an odd addition to Rockstar's lineup, the game surprised many with its tight gameplay mechanics and intense multiplayer matches. Stripping away the narrative complexities of their other titles, Table Tennis showcases Rockstar's ability to deliver pure, unadulterated fun in a unique sporting experience.

Rockstar Games has consistently pushed the boundaries of gaming, delivering experiences that resonate with players across genres. Whether exploring the criminal underbelly of open-world cities or navigating the challenges of a boarding school, each title on this list has left an indelible mark on the gaming landscape.

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Abhimannu is a PC esports writer at AFK Gaming. With over seven years of experience in esports journalism, he has worked on a myriad of games and their ecosystems including Valorant, Overwatch and Apex Legends.

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