Grand Theft Auto (GTA) is a game series of computer games created by Digital Eclipse, Rockstar North (formerly DMA Design), Rockstar Leeds and Rockstar Games. The series, which was first released in 1996, includes fifteen separate games and four extensions. The part was called RaceʼnʼChase and it was the 2D game where you were riding in front of the police. This episode was redesigned to Grand Theft Auto in 1997. The main characters of the game were many Hollywood stars, such as Michael Madsen, Samuel L. Jackson, James Woods, Joe Pantoliano, Frank Vincent, Robert Loggia and Ray Liotta. Mikhail Faustin's voice in GTA 4 was played by Czech actor Karel Roden. Grand Theft Auto
The player is in the role of a gangster in a big city, which gradually rises in the hierarchy of organized gangsters during the game. When performing individual tasks, the player acquaints himself with the criminal underworld of the city. He engages in bank robberies, murders and other crimes, but outside the main mission he can also extinguish fires, rescue people, arrest gangsters, drive taxis, take part in street races, or even fly helicopter and plane. The Grand Theft Auto series is renowned for its great freedom in the game, which does not lead to a single goal in a straight line, but allows the player to decide what to do, which tasks to perform.