A video game review written by: Lee Sonogan
(2015) Action, adventure, comedy
Michael De Santa: You forget a thousand things every day, pal. Make sure this is one of ’em.
Grand Theft Auto’s most visually impressive game of the series so far. The action and adventure video game can be described by its title. First of all, the open-world design allows you to explore the fictional city of Los Santos. For this reason, the game is non-linear and you decide how you play. In contrast to similar genre games like it, it is in the top best. Play as three very different characters and embark on a series of heists.
With about 25-30 hours you can beat the story mode. While the main missions are fun to play, there is plenty of other features in the game to experience and explore. Such as side missions and hunting, a round of golf, tennis or darts. Ride the rides or go to the movies. Become a real estate mogul, run a triathlon. Lastly, you can go to the shooting range and much more. Furthermore, online multiplayer modes add to the amount of time you could play as well.
To sum up, I played the story mode twice. Because it is that good. In that, it has all that is needed for a well-balanced game. The fact that it is the third best selling video game of all time only proves the rating I am going to give it. It the same way as the other games in the series, just driving about is fun. I recommend this video game to all who have played any of the first four Grand Theft Auto games.
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