Grand Theft Auto V (Remastered), a video game review

A video game review written by: Lee Sonogan

(2015) Action, adventure, comedy

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The most visually impressive Grand Theft Auto video game of the series so far. Grand Theft Auto’s tittle can describe what the action/adventure video game is all about. In the fictional city of Los Santos based on Los Angeles, its open-world design allows you to explore. You are in control and decide how to play in this non-linear world. Regarded as one of the best video games within its genres you will embark on a series of heists while playing three quite different characters.
The story mode is long and takes about 25-30 hours to complete it. While the main missions are fun to play, side missions, attractions around the city and the potential to make money adds variety to your choices. Time spent on the story mode is nothing compared to what you can do on the online multiplayer modes.
To summarise the overall experience I played the story mode twice and put in a lot of time in the online world’s customizable game modes. Because the video game is well balanced enough to have a lot of replay value. The rating I am going to give it is worthy of the third bestselling video game of all time. Just driving about listening to the massive soundtrack is as fun as the previous games in the series. If you have played any of the first four video games in the series I recommend playing Grand Theft Auto 5.


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