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|Publisher:||Rockstar Games||Genre:||Action & Adventure|
|Rating:||M||Platform:||Sony PlayStation 3|
|MPN:||900860||Game Name:||Grand Theft Auto V|
|You can live life on the wrong side of the law when you immerse yourself in the world of "Grand Theft Auto V" on the PlayStation 3. This version of the series takes place in Los Santos, a satirical version of Los Angeles from previous games. Rockstar Games continues the legacy of this compelling crime series and adds a complex multi player version to allow you to play with other gamers online. You can earn trophies, join your friends, and dominate the crime world with "Grand Theft Auto" on the PS3. "GTA" features an engrossing single player storyline. Rockstar North has mastered the open world crime genre and knows how to deliver a great game. You'll complete a progressive series of missions to earn money, steal cars, and use weapons to rise to the top of Los Santos. Similar to other "Grand Theft Auto" games, you play as a group of thieves who work together to pull off heists of increasing danger and reward. Your characters, Michael, Franklin, and Trevor, move through a vast landscape. You can focus on advancing the storyline or simply run free across the city. Complete missions, steal your favorite vehicle, or send your characters on recreational activities like scuba diving, hunting, or yoga. You can feel free to explore without worrying about death. "Grand Theft Auto’s" traditional spawn approach takes you back to the hospital should anything tragic happen to your characters. Rockstar has put more effort into creating real time, fluid combat and driving sequences that feel more like a racing game. Whether you love "GTA" for the cars, the weapons, or the story, you may not want to put this PS3 game down. "Grand Theft Auto" for PS3 can accommodate one player per console and up to 16 players per online match on the PlayStation Plus network. "GTA’s" Rockstar North has released a steady stream of updates, new maps, and other incentives to keep players interested and online. If you’re ready to form a group and start a heist, you may not have any trouble finding an active server. Grand Theft Auto Online, the term for the multiplayer version of "GTA," includes several different modes, including unique, online only options. You can roam the world, challenge other players to street races, enter a deathmatch, or start a co-op mission. Other "GTA" game modes include Stunt Race, Capture, Hold, Survival, Parachuting, and Raid. This PlayStation 3 version of "GTA" is not region locked, so you can play it in Costa Rica, Venezuela, India, and any other country. This classic from Rockstar Games is fully playable on any PlayStation 3 system, including the Super Slim edition. Rockstar has included more than 10 languages in the game, including Spanish, French, and traditional Chinese, so you can have the gaming experience you want. Plus, you can download mods, record video of your gameplay experience, or add cheat codes easily. In the world of video games, "Grand Theft Auto V" is an unprecedented game in the open world action adventure genre. Not only can it provide hours upon hours of gameplay due to the vast amount of missions, but now you can also enjoy online adventures with your friends as well.|
|eBay Product ID (ePID)||77244068|
|Product Key Features|
|Genre||Action & Adventure, Action/Adventure|
|Platform||Sony PlayStation 3|
|Game Name||Grand Theft Auto V|
|Additional Product Features|
|Number of Players||1-16|
|ESRB Rating||M - Mature|
|ESRB Descriptor||Blood and Gore, Intense Violence, Mature Humor, Nudity, Strong Language, Strong Sexual Content, Use of Drugs and Alcohol|
|Game Series||Grand Theft Auto Series|
|Game Special Features||Switch between three distinct protagonists as they perform a series of dangerous heists around Los Santos Explore a massive world filled with urban areas, picturesque mountains, and desolate deserts Take on dozens of mini-game|
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Overhyped - More of the Same, Maybe Even Less
While many will jump on the bandwagon and say this game is perfect and the best ever. To a veteran gamer like me, there's nothing really special here. It's similar to the other GTA's in the series, but with a new storyline and characters. I'm going to go ahead and say they took a step back and removed a lot elements that made past GTA games memorable and fun. You can no longer purchase houses or apartments (online only). This would not be a big deal if there were a lot of buildings you could go into or interact with. Can't do police rampages, ambulance side missions, or even firetruck missions. The side missions in this game feel like they were just added in with no real urgency or incentive to play/complete them. There's parachuting, golfing, tennis, hunting, racing (bike, vehicle, boat, airplanes), some extracurricular activities (triathlon), darts, observing (strip-club) and...that's about it. Graphics look good for the most part, but there are some bad textures (ground textures) that make the game look like last gen. Even the radio stations and the music in this game are awful; bad selections, very boring, and the worse in the series. The story in this game keeps you engaged and entertained for the most part. The three endings were disappointing. The last heist mission especially was a huge disappointment considering the other ones were significantly better making you believe the last one would be the epic grand finale. It's not. Overall, the story starts off slow, gets interesting in the middle then ends on a low note. Other things to note, the physics and mechanics in this game are good. They are much improved from GTA IV, especially the driving. They aren't as realistic (car damage is gradually). The customization...well, they're not groundbreaking; in fact, GTA San Andreas had more customization option for clothes, haircuts, and car mod options. Franklin has the most options of the three characters in all three categories. There are even more on the online portion for your created character. The Online portion - I've played a good 72 hours and leveled up to 42 with my character. I've did everything the online portion has to offer from racing with bikes, cars, planes, to missions to deathmatches and survival to golfing and parachuting. I have to say, it gets pretty boring really fast because of the repetitiveness of each mission/activity. It feels like you're doing the same thing over and over again alone or in a crew. Money is incredibly difficult to make (large amounts) and everything is very expensive (overpriced). Tattoos range from 5,000 on up and you only make about 1 to 3 thousand per mission. Apartments are 80,000 on up which will take you awhile to achieve. The high end apartments range from 200,000 to 400,000 and are all the same with no differences except window views. Overall, I've played the story mode twice choosing option A the first time then option B the second(no significant difference - same outcome) alternating between good crew members and bad crew members. I completed all the missions including side missions for each character, finding all spaceship parts, letter scraps, under the bridge, jumps, etc. The online mode is repetitive and boring. I really felt this game was a huge disappointment considering how much potential it had in becoming 'the best game ever.' In the end, it's the hype that carries this one with nothing new or innovative, but more of the same.
One of the best games. Worth of your money! :D
I bought this game because you can play it longer then others. It takes you about 50 hrs or so to go trought all the missions. And it has multiplayer which is also realy good. At first I didn't like the game because I don't usually play this genre of games, but once you get used to controls and get into the story it' starts to feel great. Personaly, I don't like that this game doesen't have menu when you start the game. It's probably good because you get right into the game, but I don't like that. And the most important thing is that this game could have had first person camera while driving in the vehicle, but I guess that was a lot of work because variety of vehicles. And I thought that I'm gonna be able to fully customize my character in online mode, but it's sort of restricted. Other than that, everything is very well done. I like when you get out of water you are actually wet and leave footprints in the sand. There's a lot of great vehicle choice. The story is also awesome. To sum up, I really love this game, and I'm gonna have hours and hours of fun in the next few weeks. It's a lot better than other games, of course not so graphicly, but that isn't the point in GTA series.
Better then Next Gen Versions!
Same Series Same Explosive Campaign and Multiplayer The only Reason Why I got it for the PS3 was for Free Multiplayer Cheap and Still Fun to Play I Strongly Recommend Everyone Else should Get it for the PS3 it does save you a lot of money on multiplayer im basically putting back $60 in my pocket because of it. The PS3 is the only System in the World that will Actually Let People play Free unlike on Xbox and the Next Gen Playstation Systems!
Achat vérifié : Oui | État : d'occasion | Vendu par : bingeshopping
Trés enjoyement avec bon features.
This was a gift for someone else, but from what I've watched my friends do in this game, it's excellent. Woohoo.
Achat vérifié : Oui | État : neuf | Vendu par : gz*sales
Entertaining game, especially when playing online.
I purchased GTA for the Xbox first, and that's what I'm basing this review on; although I recently ordered it for the PS3 to play with friends. I've had a lot of fun with GTA V; despite my few experiences with past GTA titles (San Andreas, Vice City). Once you get past the thrill of running people over, and the general mayhem you can create, there's actually a somewhat interesting storyline to be found that ties all three single player characters together in a spree of crime, money-making, and mischief. There's plenty of humor to be found, although it's not over-the-top, borderline obnoxious comedy like such that can be found in Saint's Row IV. It's appropriately mature humor that can be appreciated by anyone who's actually old enough to buy the game without 'adult' consent. I've found myself asking 'how can anyone not like this game?' at the various references to real life events and businesses that have been ported into their GTA equivalents. If you can appreciate and understand these references, then you can truly enjoy this game. I would strongly advise that you do play online, as the single player gets stagnant after a while...and after the first heist mission where you're left with an absurd amount of money and don't know what to do with it. GTA has stuck to it's roots while managing to bring in new concepts without completely abandoning it's style. The same can't be said for other games currently released in the sandbox genre (Saint's Row IV)