GTA V, a Game by Rockstar, is the best game ever developed on any platform. Los Santos is a vast, sun-soaked metropolis full of self-help gurus, starlets and once-important, formerly-known-as celebrities. The city was once the envy of the Western world, but is now struggling to stay afloat in an era of economic uncertainty and reality TV.
Amidst the chaos, three unique criminals plot their own chances of survival and success: Franklin, a former street gangster in search of real opportunities and serious cheddar; Michael, a professional ex-con whose retirement is a lot less rosy than he hoped it would be; and Trevor, a violent maniac driven by the chance of a cheap high and the next big score. Quickly running out of options, the crew risks it all in a sequence of daring and dangerous heists that could set them up for life.
That’s always been one of the key appeals of Grand Theft Auto: regular guy makes good in (semi) regular world. And okay, he may make good in the most violent and psychopathic way possible, but no amount of squashed pedestrians can run over the games’ aspirational nature. And it is here that GTA 5’s greatest triumph lies. The scathing social commentary is, of course, present and correct.
The scale and sense of freedom is so staggering that the initial wave of amazement never wears off – every now and then you’re hit with a whole new sense of ‘wow’ as you realise just how much is on offer to you at any one moment. This is not only the biggest world in Grand Theft Auto history, incorporating both the city of Los Santos and the sprawling countryside of Blaine County to the north, it’s also by far the most richly populated when it comes to activities, asides, and locations just begging to be explored.
So luxurious is the level of design that vast structures that would be the environmental highlights of entire games are included without any overt purpose beyond enhancing the sense that this a real place. For instance, at one point I rode a dirt bike off the beaten track and discovered an enormous, Hoover-esque dam. Surely some secret is hidden up here? Or perhaps it’ll come into play as a set-piece during a later mission? Nope, it just… is. The game never directed me there, and I never came back. I simply leapt from the top to my death, a suicide made gleeful by the incredible care taken in constructing this virtual world.
Graphics, controls and the gameplay are so erfect in this game that one can not find any flaw in it, at times while playing i felt as if i am not playing any game rather i am watching high def movie. Not only that, the gameplay and story line is so fun and real world that yo get attached to it.
3 different endings of the game is another part which i liked the most and I played this game for approximately 35 hours to end the game’s main mission, all the side missions are still left in it.
One thing that we are sure of is if you are a fan of GTA series then you are not going to stop playing this game for a long time and if you are not a fan then we recommend you to try this game and we assure you that you will not be disappointed .