Year Released: 1999
Available On: PlayStation, Dreamcast, Game Boy Color, PC
Best Feature It Introduced: Side Missions
Grand Theft Auto II wasn’t any different from its predecessor, honestly. Sure, the sequel added some features that became integral to the series, such as side missions (cab driver, bus driver) and accepting missions from multiple gang groups. But GTA II didn’t have much going on. Still, there were some memorable moments: taking missions from a gang of mentally ill people, driving down Elvis impersonators, and luring pedestrians (or Hare Krishna gang members depending on the port of the game played) into a bus to be turned into meat for hot dogs (“Hot Dog Homicide”). That counts for something.