FM is great for the role playing. Breaks the grind of doing missions. How my my lvl 9 char spent his day on Sunday
* Had him go for a workout jogging around that track in Vinewood.
* Had him fly a chopper up to Mt. Chillad, parachute out and do that suicidal bike race down the mountain.
* Then I had him take a cab to the trolley station and from there to the beach area where he bought another mask for his convenience store robbery collection.
* Then he hung out for an hour or so at muscle beach, enviously wondering why bull shark testosterone couldn't make him look as buff as the body builders there. And for the 100th time why he couldn't seem to use the gym equipment on the beach....or that basketball court.....
* Then he window shopped at Smoke on the Water and wondered why he couldn't buy a joint there....
* After that, he borrowed a sea doo and drove around the beach waterfront area for an hour or so.
* Then he ate some bad tasting fast food at a convenience store and rode the amusement park rides at the pier until sunset.
* Then he went to the Vinewood theater to watch the Loneliest Robot in Britain, got depressed, called a taxi and went home.
* Then he called his favorite stripper over for an after party of debauchery, hitting the bong and binge drinking.
* Then right after a tantalizing late night lap dance, he promptly took a cold shower and went straight to bed--alone. But apparently woke up with an interesting hangover the next morning though. He still looked like a serious meth head.
FM can really be a lot of fun (as long as their aren't any griefers around to ruin your char's day). The only limit is your imagination. I hope R* adds more immersive activities in future besides arm wrestling, darts, tennis and golf. In particular, I'd love to see BoGT cage fighting, GTA V hunting mini game from SP, and GTA III : SA dancing & basketball mini games make a comeback. And bring back the BMX and motor bike mini game challenges, especially since there are several bike parks around the city.