Grand Theft Auto V
Summary: Grand Theft Auto V is one of the best games of all time, let alone within the franchise. It's cutting satire and fantastic gameplay all lead the often crass game to heights that many other games cannot claim
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Predictably, GTA 5 remains a masterpiece of a game. Surprisingly, the PC version is technically excellent.
It's one of the best games available today.
A sandbox of extraordinary scope created with a masterful attention to detail. A patchy campaign doesn't spoil this wonderful, evocative city.
This is how you do a next-gen remaster. Rockstar has pulled out all the stops to bring GTA V up to speed on PS4 and Xbox One. Beautiful, immersive, essential - it begs to be played all over again.
An incredibly ambitious upgrade that not only improves the visuals and gameplay but, through the new first person view, offers a new way to play the best GTA ever.
Playing the game again from the first-person perspective is a blast. It's also become my perspective of choice for Grand Theft Auto Online
GTA V remains a benchmark game, and its graphical improvements are hugely impressive, but it's the addition of a first-person mode that transforms it into a very different beast.
An improvement to the GTA formula set on the densest, most interesting, best-loooking piece of terrain Rockstar has ever crafted.
Rockstar Games revisits last year's heist-filled romp with a new version on PS4, Xbox One, and PC. With the new power, the developer has added more depth and life to the world of Los Santos. It's the same game, but the new visual effects and first-person mode provides a strong experience. It's not completely worth a double-dip if you tore through the original GTA V, but it's definitely worth a second look.
Grand Theft Auto V is one of the most expansive and impressive games I've ever played.