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When Rockstar unveiled the first trailer for Grand Theft Auto V back in November, the internet went into a frenzy trying to dissect as much information as they could from the short clip. We know that the game takes players back to Los Santos, GTA's version Los Angeles, though whether or not we'll be exploring all of San Andreas still remains to be seen. Our protagonist this time around is an older fellow who moved to Los Santos with hopes of retiring from, "you know...that." The trailer also alluded that the game taking place in present day by focusing heavily on themes of foreclosure and economic hardships. Four months have passed since the trailer hit, and Rockstar has been quiet regarding GTA V. Because of this radio silence, I've decided to take matters into our own hands and begin theorizing about one of my favorite parts of any Grand Theft Auto title: the soundtrack. The series' began to put a major emphasis on music with the release of Vice City back in 2002, and since then, each installment has featured a growing sprawl of amazing audio spread across a wide variety of radio stations. In keeping with the variety of the past titles, I've compiled a list of ten songs that would be perfect to listen to while blazing through the streets of Los Santos.
We are now more than three months removed from Rockstar's confirmation that (surprise!) Grand Theft Auto V is in development. Aside from what was yielded by the days spent dissecting the premiere trailer after its release, new information has been impossible to come by as Rockstar has returned to being characteristically silent about what it has in the works. That has, however, left us with plenty of time to ponder what GTA V may have in store for gamers and how many of its key features could be enhanced versions of ideas seen in Rockstar games past. Firm details are scant, though based on the trailer there has been a great deal of guesswork. GTAV returns to Los Santos and its surroundings, much to the chagrin of those hoping for a brand-new locale like London or Washington, DC. Like how GTAIV revisited Liberty City (which was used in the GTAIII series), Los Santos, Rockstar's fictionalized version of Los Angeles, previously served as the first of three cities in San Andreas. Based on the trailer we know the landscape will be diverse -- ranging from skyscrapers and Hollywood (known as Vinewood) to mountains and farmland. There are also beaches and countryside, so essentially we're seeing a lot of what comprised San Andreas' iteration of Los Santos -- only it will now presumably be much bigger and denser without two other cities taking up room.
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