Grand Theft Auto V

Grand Theft Auto V is an open-world action game published by Rockstar Games. In 2015, it became one of the hottest PC releases with all...

Grand Theft Auto V review

11 Aug 2020

Grand Theft Auto V is an open-world action game published by Rockstar Games. In 2015, it became one of the hottest PC releases with all DLCs available for computer users. The developers took the time for the game and enhanced graphics for the PCs.

Gameplay: Become a Criminal 8/10

Grand Theft Auto V lets you play as three outlaws. Michael is a retired thief, Franklin is a young man, and Trevor is a psycho. You can perform missions as one of them and, if you lose interest, switch to another character. After the opening act, the character's story will be in motion, and you will find them drunk or having a fight.

Thanks to multiple characters, it's easy to keep the story interesting. Each character has its own conflicts and problems that weave in and out of the bigger story. Missions are like TV-show episodes, and the game is like a season of a show.

Graphics: Advanced Version of the Console Game 8/10

The PC version of the game was technically and graphically improved with increased frame rates, better resolution, and so on. Grand Theft Auto V comes with the video editor for easy moviemaking. You can also create custom soundtracks. The game includes an online multiplayer for 30 players. It looks and plays well and has normal requirements for GPU horsepower. However, once you hit Ultra HD, you will need to bring out serious graphics hardware.

Lasting Appeal: Over 500 Hours of Gameplay 10/10

Many people have over 500 hours in the game because there is a ton of awards, achievements and game mods to try. You can collect clothes and cars. Some people played the game on consoles and then bought it on the PC. The developers deserve credit for the great mission variety and feature-packed open world.

Controls: Well-Implemented 8/10

Whether you chose to use a keyboard and mouse or a controller, controls won't disappoint. The AI was created with controllers in mind, and driving is far better on a gamepad (you can slowly accelerate or decelerate rather than quickly stop). You can effortlessly switch between control devices in real-time.


Grand Theft Auto V has brilliantly planned missions and interesting characters, which occasional cynicism and toilet humor. The fictional city is an achievement in its own with its beautiful landscapes and interactive buildings. The attention to detail that goes into making the city feel believable is superb.


  • Graphics 8
  • Gameplay 8
  • Controls 8
  • Replay Value 10
Emily Irish Editor

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