Grand Theft Auto V
Grand Theft Auto V review
Grand Theft Auto V is an open world game published by Rockstar games for the Sony Playstation 3 and the Xbox 360. It is the thirteenth game in the GTA series. Since the release of Grand Theft Auto IV in 2008, the series has sold over 125 million copies.
Grand Theft Auto V is an open world game with three playable main characters. The player can switch between these three characters at will. The player can also use an in-game phone to call for back-up from these characters, have them deliver vehicles to the player, or have them perform various side-missions.
The game takes place in the fictional state of Los Santos. The player can explore the city freely and commit crimes like stealing cars, robbing stores, and assaulting civilians. The player will be penalized for committing crimes, and their wanted level will rise. The player can evade the police by hiding in buildings, but the player can also engage with the police in high-speed chases with their vehicle.
The graphics of Grand Theft Auto V are mostly realistic. For example, cars are made to be as close as possible to their actual counterparts. However, there are some graphical elements that are unrealistic. For example, pedestrians spawn in the same place each time the player enters the game.
Grand Theft Auto V has a high replay value. The player can try new strategies to complete the storyline, or play through the storyline with different characters.
Grand Theft Auto V has a high replay value and the graphics are realistic. However, the gameplay is repetitive and there are some unrealistic graphical elements.
- The story is interesting and suspenseful
- The player can explore the city freely
- The graphics are realistic
- There is a high replay value
- There are some unrealistic graphical elements
- The player may find the gameplay repetitive
- The game is very long