Grand Theft Auto V review
The game in the action genre Grand Theft Auto V appeared on the market in 2013 and immediately became a hit. Developers from Rockstar North and publishers Rockstar Games have worked hard and created a super hit in the gaming world.
The graphics in this game have long gathered all possible positive reviews. The creators painted such a realistic open world that it is very difficult to break away from the landscape. You can just drive around the city and admire the locations because they are super realistic and diverse. From sunny beaches to the outskirts of the city, where industrial areas turn into abandoned neighborhoods. The city created in the game is a prototype of Los Angeles, and it also lives its life. Pedestrians are no longer extras, but they are actively involved in events taking place on the streets. The attention to detail is impressive.
Here are three heroes who are connected by the plot from the past despite a completely different way of life. Gradually the game unfolds the story of each character. Michael is a former robber who got involved in robberies after criminal cases, changed his name, and is now trying to start a business. Trevor is a brutal lunatic who engages in looting and lives on the outskirts of an abandoned neighborhood. Franklin is a young black man who steals cars and dismantles them in garages, but still wants to make his life better.
In the game, we can now switch between characters. An interesting feature is that they are not in a static position. Switching to someone alone, we find them in a certain occupation, realizing that the characters live their lives without our participation. A detail that adds atmosphere. In some missions, this option may be prohibited or, conversely, mandatory, but it is complete freedom in other ways. Each of the characters has its special skill, and you can choose the right character depending on the task to complete the mission.
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