Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas
Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas review
Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas is a popular action-adventure game that was created by the famous Rockstar Studio in 2004 for PC. Now, you can download Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas for PlayStation 2, Android, Xbox, PlayStation 3, Windows, Xbox 360, iOS, macOS, Mac OS, Windows Phone, and Fire OS. It tells you a story of Carl Johnson, a man who has just returned to his hometown and wants to help his “Grove Street Families” gang to become more powerful. The game offers a large open-world that can be explored with various vehicles, such as boats, cars, motorcycles, planes, and helicopters.
Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas plot is pretty exciting and unexpectable. You will be able to take part in various firefights and communicate with your gang members to get more information about the gang. The game world is large, and there are many missions that will help you to visit almost every part of it.
You will get access to different weapons. However, you cannot just walk down the street and kill everyone you see because the police will try to catch or kill you. It depends how many “Wanted” stars you have. The more stars you get, the more dangerous cops are. They can call helicopters and special forces operators to stop you.
It should be mentioned that Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas is not a free to download game. You have to purchase it before downloading. The official version does not offer a multiplayer, but many mods can help you to play online.
Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas is an old game, and the graphics have not been updated since the game release. The picture does not look realistic at all. However, there are many nicely detailed player models and cars that are easily distinguishable even on long distances. Even weak devices can run Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas.
You will enjoy playing Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas in case you are a fan of the open-world games. There are many gripping missions that will make you care about the protagonist.
Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas controls are not complicated. You will see all the icon on your screen. The controls are pretty common for third-person games. You can manage the controls in the game settings.