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Grand Theft Auto V (PS4)
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- Experience the world of Grand Theft Auto V like never before with the power of the PlayStation 4.
- Explore the City of Los Santos, the countryside and even the ocean.
- Play through an epic single player experience using three very different characters.
- Join your friends in GTA Online and see what trouble you can cause.
- Play golf, tennis, see a film or call someone and just hang out.
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Grand Theft Auto V will take full advantage of the power of PlayStation 4 with across-the-board graphical and technical improvements to deliver a stunning new level of detail. Increased draw distances, finer texture details, denser traffic, and enhanced resolutions all work together to bring new life to the cities, towns, deserts and oceans of Rockstar North’s epic reimagining of Southern California.
Switch between the interconnected lives of Michael, Trevor, and Franklin as they embark on a series of heists across Los Santos and Blaine County in the biggest, deepest, and richest open world experience yet, with game world enhancements that include new wildlife, upgraded weather and damage effects, and an array of new details to discover.
The new generation upgrades also extend to Grand Theft Auto Online, an ever-evolving Grand Theft Auto universe. Rise through the criminal ranks by banding together to complete Jobs for cash, purchase properties, vehicles and character upgrades, compete in traditional competitive modes, or create your own content to play and share with the Grand Theft Auto community.
All new content and gameplay created since the launch of Grand Theft Auto Online, including an extensive array of new Jobs, an arsenal of new weapons, scores of new vehicles, new properties, and player customisations will also be available for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC, with much more to come. In addition, the current community of players will have the ability to transfer their Grand Theft Auto Online characters and progression to their choice of PlayStation 4, Xbox One, or PC.
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If you’re buying the game at this stage, you’re probably thinking that it’s been around for a while and so might not have stood the test of time. Believe me, it has! For two reasons: firstly, it was years ahead of its time when it was released, and secondly, GTA Online.
The online portion of this game is hilarious fun. You make your own custom character who you throw directly into the open world and build their life with friends and foes alike. The thing that really stands out about this online game is Rockstar’s continuous development and dedication to enhancement. All DLCs that enhance and build on the game are free - no expensive expansions and season passes. Of course, this means that to generate revenue, they rely on mocrotransactions. There’s been a lot of controversy around micro transactions in AAA games at the moment, but Rockstar seems to have struck a good balance where the micro transactions aren’t at all essential for having fun and progressing, but they can be bought to add a bit more flair and extra laughs. Given that the DLC is all free, I will certainly forgive this!
The only note to make is the ‘adult’ content. It’s certainly not suitable for children. As a father of one, I wouldn’t let my child play this, or even watch me play it. 18 as an age might be a little high, but I certainly wouldn’t let anyone less than 15 pick this up in my family.
Reviewed in India on May 10, 2019
It's STILL (after how many years?) one of the best games ever made.
That was until Red Dead Redemption II landed, and omg!
I find myself flying through GTAV without really meaning to. Money is never an issue because I've already done the jewelry heist within about an hour, and once you've got a few hundred grand, you're all set really.
This time around, I'm exploring the world a lot more. I've already found that sick Dukes car, Trevor is riding about in that. I also found the decalled bigfoot vehicle behind the where you pick that woman up whose running from her wedding. (Immediately sell her to the cult in the mountains)
There's also a part where Trevor has the opportunity to help out 2 guys who just pulled a job. If you take them to the cult, then it all kicks off! You get into an epic battle, and the payoff is huge! There are cases of cash everywhere in that place. I'm not sure if you can parachute in, I've never tried it. I think you can only activate them with Trevor.
Today I'll take the chopper out and look for the sea plane.
I also like that cars are being returned to garages etc instead of disappearing or being impounded by the police. There's nothing worse than pimping a ride, spending a fortune on upgrades and having it disappear completely! Annoying.
But I'm going to take it a lot easier this time round. I'm going to take it a bit slower instead of ragging my pimped out motor as fast as it will possibly go through a built up city teaming with innocent pedestrians.
I don't play online because I hate being trolled by kids that are probably 12/13, spewing racial abuse at the other people on the game without knowing their race, but the online game looks absolutely epic!
Maybe some DLCs for the game? After the many many updates online has received?
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on May 20, 2019
This is a big game – with a superbly designed open world environment. The overall presentation is excellent, and the gameplay is great. The game is rather controversial (especially concerning its depiction of women, and its use of torture). If you’ve played and enjoyed the previous games in the ‘Grand Theft Auto’ saga, you’ll probably really like this instalment.
The graphics are superb - especially on the PS4. And the online gameplay is highly entertaining. This is one of the biggest open-world games I’ve played, and the attention to detail by the game designers is amazing. While there is a lot of fun to be had playing the various missions, it’s equally good fun just exploring the world and causing trouble – resulting in law enforcement agencies trying to catch you. This is a adult-themed game, and is not suitable for children.