Grand Theft Auto V
Grand Theft Auto V review
Grand Theft Auto V is a game about three criminals: Trevor, Michael, and Franklin. It sold over 11 million copies on the first release day. The developers made one billion dollars within 3 days of its release.
Gameplay: Breathes New Life in the Series 10/10
Grand Theft Auto V has a twist: it has three main characters, each with a story to tell. Franklin is a young gangster, Michael is a retired bank robber, and Trevor kills people for fun. Each one of them has a goal in life, and you will help them get there.
Your adventure will span 69 missions. You will spend a lot of time driving around, hunting down criminals, and watching people fighting each other. This breathes new life in the series that was mostly about gun fighting, swearing at each other creatively, and hit-and-run accidents. You have more tactical missions now.
Graphics: HD Textures In Full 1080p 10/10
PC gamers can enjoy HD textures, full 1080p, and high draw distance. Characters haven't been changed, but NPCs look sharper and more refined on PCs than on consoles. Lights show reflection from water sources, and geometry is more vivid.
The first-person mode is the showpiece of GTAV. It gives you a street view of the city. The developers added hundreds of new animations to stimulate a first-person shooter. In the past, you could only lower the camera to follow three protagonists.
Lasting Appeal: No Sign of Slowing Down 10/10
Some people have been playing Grand Theft Auto V for years without a sign of slowing down. The game comes with an online mode where you can play with up to 30 people. You can become a CEO of a criminal organization, enter Stunt Races, or trade contraband. Besides, you can share your achievements with the community.
Controls: Fully Rebindable 9/10
You can change the majority of controls and remap commands to whichever setup works best for you. Navigation is bound to WASD and cursor keys, and you can't change this. If you prefer controllers over a keyboard and mouse, you can use Xbox 360 pad or any other XInput controller.
Conclusion: Huge Open World
Grand Theft Auto V is a huge game that melds three characters together to tell a story of survival in an imaginary city in the US. The gameplay is a showpiece for the content that can be added to an open world. In fact, the best moments will be created by you and your friends.
- First-person view
- Enhanced graphics
- Vast amounts to explore
- Detailed open world
- Gives motion sickness
- You'll need a powerful PC