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Trouble taps on your window again with this next chapter in the Grand Theft Auto universe.NOTE: This game has been rumored as a title in the works but has not yet been officia...Read more
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Overhyped - More of the Same, Maybe Even Less
While many will jump on the bandwagon and say this game is perfect and the best ever. To a veteran gamer like me, there's nothing really special here.


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Entertaining game, especially when playing online.
I purchased GTA for the Xbox first, and that's what I'm basing this review on; although I recently ordered it for the PS3 to play with friends.

I've had a lot of fu...Read more

Grand Theft Auto V (Sony Playstation 3, 2013)

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Trouble taps on your window again with this next chapter in the Grand Theft Auto universe.


NOTE: This game has been rumored as a title in the works but has not yet been officially announced as a game in production for any specific platform. Please check back for official info.


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PublisherRockstar Games
GameGrand Theft Auto V
MPN710425471254
UPC400040566793, 710425471254, 710425471278, 711719210283

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PlatformSony Playstation 3

Tech Details
Number of Players1-16
Release Year2013
Game Special Features
  • Switch between three distinct protagonists as they perform a series of dangerous heists around Los Santos

  • Explore a massive world filled with urban areas, picturesque mountains, and desolate deserts

  • Take on dozens of mini-game activities like tennis, yoga, scuba diving, golf, and hunting

  • Join friends online for a variety of multiplayer modes

  • Support ElementsOnline Gaming Support
    Game SeriesAfrican Safari

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    Overhyped - More of the Same, Maybe Even Less

     | Yes, I would recommend this product to a friend.
    Created: 30/10/13
    While many will jump on the bandwagon and say this game is perfect and the best ever. To a veteran gamer like me, there's nothing really special here.


    It's similar to the other GTA's in the series, but with a new storyline and characters. I'm going to go ahead and say they took a step back and removed a lot elements that made past GTA games memorable and fun. You can no longer purchase houses or apartments (online only). This would not be a big deal if there were a lot of buildings you could go into or interact with. Can't do police rampages, ambulance side missions, or even firetruck missions. The side missions in this game feel like they were just added in with no real urgency or incentive to play/complete them. There's parachuting, golfing, tennis, hunting, racing (bike, vehicle, boat, airplanes), some extracurricular activities (triathlon), darts, observing (strip-club) and...that's about it. Graphics look good for the most part, but there are some bad textures (ground textures) that make the game look like last gen. Even the radio stations and the music in this game are awful; bad selections, very boring, and the worse in the series.


    The story in this game keeps you engaged and entertained for the most part. The three endings were disappointing. The last heist mission especially was a huge disappointment considering the other ones were significantly better making you believe the last one would be the epic grand finale. It's not. Overall, the story starts off slow, gets interesting in the middle then ends on a low note.


    Other things to note, the physics and mechanics in this game are good. They are much improved from GTA IV, especially the driving. They aren't as realistic (car damage is gradually). The customization...well, they're not groundbreaking; in fact, GTA San Andreas had more customization option for clothes, haircuts, and car mod options. Franklin has the most options of the three characters in all three categories. There are even more on the online portion for your created character.


    The Online portion - I've played a good 72 hours and leveled up to 42 with my character. I've did everything the online portion has to offer from racing with bikes, cars, planes, to missions to deathmatches and survival to golfing and parachuting. I have to say, it gets pretty boring really fast because of the repetitiveness of each mission/activity. It feels like you're doing the same thing over and over again alone or in a crew. Money is incredibly difficult to make (large amounts) and everything is very expensive (overpriced). Tattoos range from 5,000 on up and you only make about 1 to 3 thousand per mission. Apartments are 80,000 on up which will take you awhile to achieve. The high end apartments range from 200,000 to 400,000 and are all the same with no differences except window views.


    Overall, I've played the story mode twice choosing option A the first time then option B the second(no significant difference - same outcome) alternating between good crew members and bad crew members. I completed all the missions including side missions for each character, finding all spaceship parts, letter scraps, under the bridge, jumps, etc. The online mode is repetitive and boring. I really felt this game was a huge disappointment considering how much potential it had in becoming 'the best game ever.' In the end, it's the hype that carries this one with nothing new or innovative, but more of the same.
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    Entertaining game, especially when playing online.

     | Yes, I would recommend this product to a friend.
    Created: 06/11/13
    I purchased GTA for the Xbox first, and that's what I'm basing this review on; although I recently ordered it for the PS3 to play with friends.

    I've had a lot of fun with GTA V; despite my few experiences with past GTA titles (San Andreas, Vice City). Once you get past the thrill of running people over, and the general mayhem you can create, there's actually a somewhat interesting storyline to be found that ties all three single player characters together in a spree of crime, money-making, and mischief.

    There's plenty of humor to be found, although it's not over-the-top, borderline obnoxious comedy like such that can be found in Saint's Row IV. It's appropriately mature humor that can be appreciated by anyone who's actually old enough to buy the game without 'adult' consent. I've found myself asking 'how can anyone not like this game?' at the various references to real life events and businesses that have been ported into their GTA equivalents. If you can appreciate and understand these references, then you can truly enjoy this game.

    I would strongly advise that you do play online, as the single player gets stagnant after a while...and after the first heist mission where you're left with an absurd amount of money and don't know what to do with it.

    GTA has stuck to it's roots while managing to bring in new concepts without completely abandoning it's style. The same can't be said for other games currently released in the sandbox genre (Saint's Row IV)
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    Awesome product! Never make me get depressed.

     | Yes, I would recommend this product to a friend.
    Created: 22/10/13
    Best game of 2013!

    As expect from Rockstar company. Even more freely then GTA IV. Los santos, once debut on the GTA SD have return with the HD texture and even larger than before. Story line focus on 3 main protagonist Michel,Franklin and Trevor. These three have their own speciality such as, slow motion and so on.

    There is some glitch in online game mode but its not a big deal. Unstoppable train. Flying vehicle that have more than just a normal plane. Modification cars and so many other interesting stuffs.

    I recommended this game to those who like free style roam . Especially those who is die hard fan of GTA.
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    All in all, this is an amazing game, easily worth your time and money!

     | Yes, I would recommend this product to a friend.
    Created: 28/09/13
    Grand Theft Auto V is the latest entry in Rockstar's Grand Theft Auto series. A serise that I have played since the very first game, one that I still hold fond memories of to this day.

    The series has, I believe, continued to get better over the ages. I have played every other entry in the series, and while I can be more or less fond of the characters and plot in each one of them, whatever passed for characters or plot in the early entries notwithstanding, the gameplay is truly the greatest and most important feature in this series. I truly believe that Grand Theft Auto V is an incredibly fun game regardless of whether or not you like the plot, as befit of a true sandbox title.

    This game showcases that listening to the fans is, in fact, a good idea, as all of the flaws present in IV, another great game and one I'd recommend as well, have been ironed out to produce an incredibly fun experience.

    The sound, graphics and physics of the game are top notch, as we've come to expect, and this makes the act of going on a bloody rampage in the middle of Los Santos as incredibly satisfying as it should be. Contrary to the belief of Moral Guardians everywhere, letting out stress in a safe environment is not detrimental to mental health.

    I do not have many complaints, and most of them are situational and personal to myself, and I do not believe there is anything that could truly be a problem to the players at large. The lack of a standarized tutorial might perhaps prove to be a blessing in disguise. Those are always the most annoying part of a game when one is already an expert.

    This series already has an history of fully optional tutorials, however, and I do believe there shouldn't be much of an issue with this.

    The new mechanics can be a little confusing at times, but they grow on you and they prove to enhance the gameplay tremendously.
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    Awesone game and worth 1000 times the price

     | Yes, I would recommend this product to a friend.
    Created: 06/10/13
    What’s most impressive about the game is that the size of the world and the level of detail has come with zero compromise in terms of graphical slowdown. You’d allow some, especially as it’s a problem the series has always struggled with, but there’s barely a hint of trouble.

    A lot of people are going to consider this to be the best video game ever made, and whether or not it’s my personal favourite, I can’t say they wouldn’t be right. GTA has always been the best at indulging your criminal instincts but GTA V is the point at which the gameplay finally catches up with the dream.
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