Grand Theft Auto 2 invites players into a hectic and violent urban life, unleashing them on the streets to commit crimes and appease the various gangs that inhabit the city. The original Grand Theft Auto was a controversial yet slightly clunky action game, but one that has quickly become a legendary title in video game history.
Grand Theft Auto 2 attempts to amp up the insanity and action by adding in more missions, new game features, and a more vibrant setting. If you've only ever played the more modern Grand Theft Auto titles, Grand Theft Auto 2 might seem a bit underwhelming, but beneath the older graphics and controversy there are tons of opportunities for excitement. Like every other game in the Grand Theft Auto franchise, Grand Theft Auto 2 provides players with an unrestricted and addictive look into the life of organized crime.
Open-world city to explore. Dozens of missions from unique factions. Total freedom over the game experience. Unlike most of the recent Grand Theft Auto games, Grand Theft Auto 2 is relatively light on storytelling. There's a short video that plays before the game, introducing the main character Claude.
Living in the unassuming city of Anywhere, Claude takes on missions from the variety of gangs that live in the area.