I finished GTA V today on my sister's Xbox 360. I won't spoil anything(although I think it is past that point in time....). But after the credits roll, there is a funny little feature that is basically the game's Therapist judging your actions and decisions while playing through the game to make a sort of psychiatric evaluation report. And it is pretty funny how some of the stuff was at least close if not spot-on. The game somehow figured out that I had A.D.D. Gee, I wonder if it was from all those times I set a waypoint and then did something totally different? XD (sarcastic of course)
But it was a great game. I'm glad that the missions never got too hard to handle and when they did, I was able to skip them to proceed with the story. I know that it isn't supposed to be about the story or whatever, but I can respect that there were people who took the time and effort to put some sort of story in there. Writing and knowing it will be ignored is probably not a good feeling to them. I liked all the other stuff too, but the story did have some interesting moments imo. I liked the choice it gave the player. But the final one was kinda hard.... But he was the crazy one, the one without a family that needed him, he was the lesser of two evils and I didn't take that third option lightly either. It had to be done..... At least he died in a Blaze of gorey.