Grand Theft Auto V
Grand Theft Auto V review
GTA 5 is the sunny streets of hot Southern California, where they prefer tight-fitting bikinis to jackets and hoodies, the coast is strewn with golden sand, and every second person is ready to climb into your house and clean it up. Los Santos is the city where you can do whatever you want.
Graphics and Sound 10/10
The picture of the PC version of the game is noticeably superior compared to the new generation consoles. The textures are also much better. They are sharper, the particles are much larger, and even the sun's rays are now brighter. Wet road, rain, glare on cars – everything looks just gorgeous as before, so you can still admire various landscapes and effects.
Like any city, Los Santos is full of different sounds. At night, police flashers and TV helicopters are heard outside the window, and in the morning, the whole area only talks about another skirmish between the gangs.
In general, the controls in the game are not very different from the previous parts. You can master any transport control in a couple of minutes. It applies to cars, tractors, tow trucks, airplanes, helicopters, and even submarines. The control of transport is an arcade, but this is specially made for entertainment and maintaining the game's pace.
All three characters accidentally find themselves connected by one storyline, which, however, boils down to the common motive for the series: make a lot of money, make as many enemies as possible, and then kill them.
The game is one of those that keeps you in the plot, not letting go for a minute. It is a movie where you act as a movie machine to roll the film. Missions lead the story with virtually no time gaps. Video inserts with ingenious texts give a moment's respite and immediately plunge headlong into new events.
Lasting Appeal 10/10
You will probably want to complete the game more than once. After all, you can lead a different lifestyle, not focusing only on racing and killing. The world of the game itself is very attractive, and you want to take a better look at everything before embarking on all the bad news. Furthermore, there are three variants of the ending.
While we always want more, we have to admit that Grand Theft Auto V is just a great game. The game is full of life, and it looks like a real one. All the characters in the game have their trick and leave an impression. Every playful little thing amazes with its executive detail.
- New cool characters
- Engaging storyline
- Attractive graphics
- Few robberies
- Not all endings are logical