Grand Theft Auto V
Grand Theft Auto V review
The fifth installment in the popular Grand Theft Auto video game series has a new protagonist, which is a three-protagonist (Michael, Trevor, and Franklin). The protagonist is the one who is in control of the character in the game. The game is set in a fictional city, Los Santos, and in the nearby countryside of San Andreas. The player can switch between the three protagonists and take control of them based on what they do in the game and what is happening in the story.
In this game, players can take control of three protagonists, Michael, Trevor, and Franklin, and switch between them as they move around the fictional U.S. state of San Andreas. The game is set in the state of San Andreas, which is modeled after California and Nevada. The player can switch between the protagonist as they explore the open world and complete missions. The missions are divided into two main categories, side missions and story missions. The side missions involve activities outside of the main story, such as taxi driving, vigilante missions and others. The story missions are missions that progress the story in the game, which involves drugs being smuggled into the country and the player is required to stop the smuggling.
The graphics in this game are realistic and are considered to be a step up from the previous game in the series, GTA IV. The graphics in this game are also immersive, with the player being able to see their character in the mirror. They are also able to see their character's head while they are walking.
The game has a lot of replayability because it has a lot of missions to do and a lot of different things to do. In the game, the player can choose to do what they want, and the game will react to it.
- The game has an immersive storyline;
- The game has a lot of missions;
- The game has a lot of replayability;
- The game can be very violent;
- The game can be very complicated;
- The game can be very long;