$29.71 - $37.81
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Pros: Incredibly fun, and thrilling
Cons: Nothing at all
This game is one of the most outstanding games I've played in a long time, and that's saying a lot from me since I tend to nitpick a lot of video games. Basically, this game excels in every department (graphics, soundtrack, online, etc), and has enough quantity to keep you coming back for more (a lot more versatile action, more tasks and things to do).
The campaign, although somewhat short, is very fun and very thrilling. Many missions revolve around killing someone, doing action-packed heists, and well, doing ridiculously weird tasks for Trevor. Most, if not all of the missions are exceptionally written as well, delivering much engagement to the player. You are able to cycle from three characters as well,
Another positive about this game is the diversity of the scenery. GTA IV, in my opinion, lacked in that area, and I firmly believe that's why many people disliked it. Sure, it had a few nice neighborhoods and some eye-catching areas, but overall I felt like it didn't have many variations of land and scenery. GTA V, on the other hand, seemingly has everything you could ask for, with areas that could take you months to fully explore in person. Deserts, beaches, rivers, wooded areas, and one big city make up a large portion for the game, and they are all graphically amazing.
Did I mention wildlife? Yep, sure enough, this game has a surprisingly interesting string of wildlife that lurk around in the campaign (not in the online version, though), which is a very nice addition to the game. Deer are probably the most common and can be found almost everywhere on the map, whereas bobcats and foxes are a little more uncommon and not as immediately see-able.
I would strongly suggest anyone to pick up this game, mostly because of how enjoyable and truly magnificent it is. Everything in this game is incredibly detailed, varied, and features a ton of new features that make it worthwhile and long-lasting.