Saturday, March 12, 2016


By Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, Rockstar was given the almost impossible task of trying to improve two of the best games ever - GTA3 and GTA Vice City. They decided to go with a new theme for the game, which is set in the early 1990s, and a state in America, where gangs rule the streets, and where you play a black gangster, part of the crew of the "Grove Street.

The game is set in an imaginary West Coast state, with 3 major cities. The three cities are based in Los Angeles, San Francisco and Las Vegas, and represent fairly accurately, without going overboard. In this review, GTA San Andreas will try to give a detailed look at the game and their strengths and weaknesses. First, the history of the game is fantastic, and the characters are brilliantly acted voice, then you are actually sucked into the world.


The missions begin with you - CJ, returning to the funeral of his mother, only to meet his brothers, before being drawn into gang culture. You decide to help, and the first task involved spray paint his gang 'tag' in the grass of the enemy, before fleeing on a BMX bike. The game has a great learning curve and not throw him in the deep end.

The game has more weapons than any of the previous games, and it seems that all opinions GTA San Andreas got it.
 

The weapons range from heavy machine guns, chain saw, then downright bizarre (golf clubs anyone?), And it seems that almost anything can be used.