Grand Theft Auto V
Grand Theft Auto V review
Grand Theft Auto V is an action-adventure game developed by Rockstar. It was released in 2013 and is available on PC and the consoles of previous and current generations.
Gameplay: Give Me More
The gameplay of GTA V is almost the same as in previous parts of the series. In the single-player mode, you get to control a character with full freedom to do whatever you want in a vast open world. There are dozens of story missions and tons of additional activities. As always, you can rob people, purchase real estate, drive all kinds of vehicles, perform various stunts, and play mini-games.
GTA V also has an online mode, in which the players get to explore Los Santos together. In this mode, you get to create your character and encounter other players on the streets of the city and find sessions for various game modes with other people.
Graphics: GTA Got Smooth
GTA IV, the previous release in the series, had some major problems with graphics and performance: Rockstar tried to make it too realistic, which caused bugs, lags, and other technical problems. The developers have focused on Optimization: the game is now made in a bit unrealistic, but it finally performs excellently. It was initially released on PS 3 and Xbox 360, and the graphics were majorly updated for PC and the consoles of the current generation.
Controls: As Always
The controls do not differ much from any game of the Grand Theft Auto series. As always, you can control the character, rotate the camera, aim and shoot, interact with vehicles, and many more by using only several buttons. The controls were designed for playing with a gamepad, but the desktop version is also very comfortable to play.