Reviews and Problems with Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas
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Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas
28 May 2012
Excerpt: Murder, theft, driving way too fast, using suggestive language, getting busy with girls of pleasure: all of these things were possible in last years’ Grand Theft Auto. The morality guys think this will turn a young, innocent toddler into a lean, mean, killing machine.
Excerpt: Let it be known right off the bat that I am not that big a fan of the series. I never picked up 3, but I did grab Vice City. While I certainly enjoyed the game it was by no means the best game around. Many people hailed it as being the definitive video game.
Excerpt: What can you do to better a franchise such as the Grand Theft Auto series? After the previous successes of GTA3 and Vice City, it was a question that only Rockstar could answer. Grand Theft Auto 3 was the game that broke new ground with it’s living and breathing 3D city, Vice City followed a year...
Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas- Is It really That Good?
17 February 2010
Excerpt: Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas was originally released for Playtation 2 in October 2004. It was thought then to be one of the most exciting games to be released and might I add they were not far from the truth at all.
Conclusion: Imagining what a game of this nature will look like on the next generation of consoles both intrigues and frightens me. I really don’t need any better realistic killing sims beyond this. This was as down low as I’ll ever be willing to go.
Excerpt: After spending an ungodly number of hours playing it, I’ve come to the conclusion that despite its imperfections, Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas is perfect. A contradictory statement? Sure, but it’s the most concise way to explain my feelings about this game.
Excerpt: I won't lie - when GTA San Andreas came out for the PS2, I had no interest. I was burned out on the whole "sandbox" gameplay genre that GTA had spawned. Now, with the recent controversy over the "Hot Coffee" issue, my curiosity was piqued in the actual game.
Pros: Massive game world, Noticeable improvements in combat, Missions are varied and interesting, Interesting story and voice acting, Custom soundtrack, Tons of things to do
Cons: Character models are blocky, Textures has issues at higher speeds
Excerpt: One of the most celebrated series of recent times has to be Rockstar North's Grand Theft Auto games. From the original top-down versions through to the huge-selling 3D incarnations of III and Vice City, not many games can match the popularity (or sales figures) of the GTA games.
Excerpt: Ask some gamers and there are probably only two games coming out this year to consoles -- Halo 2 and Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas . I’ll spare you the lecture on just how many units the series has already sold and tell you that San Andreas is hype-worthy, and more than just a simple step up in the...