Grand Theft Auto V (GTA 5) Walkthrough Part 3: Repossession “PS3 Gameplay” (HD)
This is another business that benefits from a down economy. In this trade, you’ll repossess vehicles on behalf of banks and loan companies from borrowers who fail to make payments.
Once you’re experienced, repossessing a vehicle is a quick job, and you can make a lot of profit. Keep in mind, though, that the startup expenses can be substantial, including a tow truck, storage space, insurance, licensing, and more. You’ll need to be well-versed in the repo laws for your state, and, of course, have the temperament to handle run-ins with potentially disgruntled borrowers.
Mission 2: Repossession
NEW! Grand Theft Auto V (GTA 5) Sandbox Gameplay Walkthrough Part 3 includes Repossession mission of the Story for Playstation 3, Xbox 360, PC in HD. This Grand Theft Auto 5 Gameplay Walkthrough will also include a Review and the Ending.
Grand Theft Auto V is an action-adventure video game played from a third-person perspective in an open world environment. The player uses melee attacks, fireams, weapons and explosives to fight enemies, and can run, jump, swim, or use vehicles to navigate the game's world. In combat, auto aim and a cover system can be used as assistance against enemies. A perpetual objective for the player is to complete missions to progress through the story, but much like other open world games, these missions can be completed at the player's leisure. If the player commits illegal acts while playing, the game's law enforcement agencies may respond, which is represented by a "Wanted" meter in the head-up display (HUD). Should the player continue to commit crimes, the meter accumulates stars and the efforts by law enforcement to incapacitate the player become more aggressive. The meter recedes should the player escape the search area in which they are wanted, which is displayed on the mini-map.
The single-player mode of Grand Theft Auto V is played through three player-controlled protagonists—Michael, Trevor and Franklin—criminals whose stories interconnect as they complete missions. While interacting with the game world, the player may switch between them at will, by means of a directional compass on the HUD; Franklin corresponds to the north point, Michael to the west, Trevor to the east and the player's multiplayer avatar to the south. During missions, the game may switch the player's character automatically as necessary in order to complete certain objectives. A character's avatar will flash red if they are in danger and need assistance either manually or through covering fire from another, and flash white if that character has a strategical advantage or position which may aid the player's success in the mission. Though the player can complete missions as any of the three protagonists, some of the game's more difficult missions may require aid from AI-controlled accomplices who have unique skill sets such as computer hacking or driving, and they will take a cut from the mission's cash reward upon completion.
Main characters include: Michael De Santa, Trevor Phillips, Franklin
Other characters: Amanda, Brad, Casey (Rumored), Chop (Dog), Cris Formage, Dr. Friedlander, Fabien LaRouche, Floyd, Jimmy, Lamar, Lester, Ron, Simeon Yetarian, Steven Haines, Tao, Tracey, Wade, Amanda's younger lover?, Franklin's woman, Leonora Johnson, Martin Madrazo, Merryweather, Jock Cranley, Sue Murry
Strangers and Freaks: Pamela Drake, Lacey Jonas,
Locations: Downtown Los Santos, Vinewood and the Vinewood Hills, Vespucci Beach and Vespucci Canals, Pleasure Pier and Del Perro Pier, South Los Santos, Rockford Hills, Los Santos Golf Club, Los Santos Observatory, Port of Los Santos, Los Santos Bay, Little Seoul, Blaine County, Mountains, Beaches, Zancudo River, Groves and Farms, Alamo Sea, Grapeseed, Wind Farms, Military Base, Under the blue waters,