Grand Theft Auto V
Grand Theft Auto V review
Grand Theft Auto V is an action game that is the latest member of GTA series. In the world of computer entertainment, one of the constants is the GTA series. This project won the hearts of gamers around the world back in the days of its two-dimensional existence. CGI evolved, Rockstar employees were filled with new thoughts and creative energy, which means that over time, GTA has become a more global, comprehensive, and truly universal game.
Together with a new story, a set of arsenal, a car fleet, and old-new territory, GTA 5 also brought us new game features, a fair amount of bugs, flaws, and sometimes conflicting emotions that appear in the process of immersion in the virtual world of the American dream, so much reminiscent of the real state of affairs.
Even before GTA 5 went on sale, it became clear that the protagonists of the project would be the holy trinity: Michael, Franklin, and Trevor. And it is around them that a serious criminal adventure will unfold in GTA V.
In GTA V, everything starts in general in the manner familiar to this series – an instant immersion in the virtual world, and most importantly, in a plot, which will have to be unraveled throughout the entire process.
In this part, the answers to the questions come at the moments set by the developers, without forcing on the part of the player, if the plot as such is interesting to you. Who is this story about? The question is fair, but controversial because in GTA V, the developers decided to take a decisive, but such a right step in terms of richness of gameplay, as a rejection of the sole protagonist and linking the story to one character.
Each of the characters pops up in the game gradually, as the story progresses. That is, at first you will have to control only Franklin, after that Michael will appear, and closer to the second quarter of the gameplay – Trevor.
There are special missions for each of the three characters, both plot and third-party (with the corresponding color markers on the map), which will have to be completed by a specific hero. You can switch between Franklin, Trevor, and Michael either in your free time from missions, or in joint missions, doing things as dynamically and ambitiously as possible.
- Terrific graphics for the time of release;
- Everything is customisable, even weapons;
- Three super abilities of the heroes.
- Graphical bugs occur;
- Car crashes are not realistic;
- NPC behave awkwardly.