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GTA: Grand Theft Auto V (5)
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First things first, GTA: Grand Theft Auto V is a fantastic game. The missions are great fun and there is so much to do it hurts your head just thinking about it. From golf, to diving, exploring wide open areas, hunting animals to watching movies. I really like the character change system where you play as 2 or more characters during a mission. However, there is major flaw, the driving mechanics. Cars handle like a bad need for speed game. Gone is the heavy feeling, hand braking and sliding round corners feel of GTA 4. What you get instead are jerky, badly responsive cars that seem to hover around. No realistic acceleration or deceleration. When you ram other vehicles you either bounce off or stick - and frequently do get stuck between vehicles in a pile up. You can't force your way out, even if in a lorry. It's ridiculous. As driving is the main part of this game, it basically ruins it. I've been playing 3 days solid now and I'm bored. Rampaging and exploring are what I like best about GTA games, but because the driving mechanics are so awful, it's just no fun. Also the damage is just stupid. A head on crash at full speed hardly dents the cars. So over all, a great game but I won't be playing this in 4 weeks time, let alone 4 years time like GTA4. I'm very disappointed - how could Rockstar have messed up the most important aspect of the game? Is this why it was delayed 6 months?Report this review
The look of Los Santos city in GTA: Grand Theft Auto V (5) will leave you in awe. In terms of playability; driving, fighting, and shooting have improved for the better and feels right. Franklin, Michael, and Trevor have their own additional special ability, which is a nice feature in the game play. There are some laughable moments moments in the cut scenes and recognisable stunts from classic action films. When the online game play is activated after next week, it will be even more endless fun as there is so much you can do. You can see where the £170 million was spent to develop this amazing game. All the side activities away from the main missions have been implemented well in the game. I'm actually investing in shares to gain more capital over time, so I can buy real estate later.Report this review