This game was great when it first came out. The story mod was one of the best things I had seen in a game like this in a long time (circa 2013 on the PS3). Then when it made the jump to PS4 I bought it again and again on PC a few months later. I like playing GTA on PC because of the modability of it in the single player mode. There are some great mods out there that really make this game shine. The problem with GTA though is the Online aspect, I was ok with it after it first arrived. Content updates were frequent, cost was cheap, game was fun. As Rockstar aged this game, IE: as time went by, it changed in a huge way. Gone were the frequent updates, still semi-frequent to not maybe one update every year worth going on format this point. The content got CRAZY pricey too. I mean, the highest paid micro-transaction of $100USD = about $8,000,000GTA and thats NOT ENOUGH for some basice stuff in the game. I have bought some “Shark Cards” in the past plus I have bought the game 3+ times at least. You’d think Rockstar and Take2 would be able to give us something back but no, they got gready. The banning policy is dumb to. I agree some people deserve it but I myself got a Perma-Ban in January for accidentally trying to go online with Rage Hook running. Just keep in mind that you cant go into GTA Online while RageHook is active. Rockstar says too bad when I mentioned it so F**k them. Ill not by anything by them again. Luckily though, they only banned my PC based account and not my counsel based ones. Still though, its only a matter of time I reckon. Now should you play Grand theft auto 5 in 2018? Definitely! This game is good and you can actually play for free now if you follow this guide: how to get gta 5 free!
Rockstar HAD a great game, then they killed it with Micro-transations, low paying missions, and the banning system. GG Rockstar, GG.
Good Game, Absurd Story.
The game was fun. I see it as almost a fallout or skyrim type game but without five trillion items and ten thousand different perk possibilities. its far more simplistic in its character building mechanics, which i appreaciate. Often these games get so complex you are always questioning trivial choices and min/maxing your character when all you really want to do is play the damn game. I found it particularly helpful to start the game by hitting every single “prepper stash” to get a ton of perk points right off the bat and build my character before i even started the game. it was quite fun actually even though it sounds tedious. there are many places online to see prepper stash locations. before you know it youll have the difficulty maxed out and really be enjoying how your character is working. I also found it helpful to pack a LMG, Sniper rifle, Bow (for hunting), and the “pistol” that shoots explosives, forget the name. with those weapons you can do whatever you want and always be ready. money is very easy to farm. just find out some good hunting locations and farm skins for an hour. youll have all the money youll need for the entire game. alternately if your more into stealth you can either silence all your weapons (recommended) OR you can go full melee and beat the hell out of people with shovels and baseball bats etc. i haven’t played around with that so much but you can watch videos of people doing it well online and when you get it just right it is extremely satisfying to beat a group of ten dudes up with just a shovel.
on the the story, spoiler alert.
How many times is the cult going to capture me before they figure out I would be far better of dead than alive to thwart their plans once more? I think I was in their clutches at least seven damn times throughout the story. like literally knocked out cold, could have done me in with a rock. BUT NO. lets repeatedly capture this man, and try to brainwash him or something, and then release him back into the wild just to see what happens…. seven times in a row….. after hes killed literally hundreds if not thousands of our followers…. and continues to do so after each subsequent capture and release….. I mean. the first time I can see it. Maybe they saw me as a valuable asset if I joined the cause, hell, maybe even the second time around. but after six failures, thousands of corpses strewn about the county, and a marked disrespect of the cults personal property, you would think the Father might take the hint and just have me put out of my misery the 7th time around. Makes me feel sorry for these people. Maybe they weren’t such bad guys after all.
I’ve beaten the main story and most side missions, ( I still have about 20 to go ). So if you follow the $1 for every 1hr play rule, This is definitely worth. I have not played multiplayer at all yet which is supposed to be really fun with level editors and weekly modes and maps et cetera. Story was a bit weird at the end, but definitely really fun in case anyone was hesitant to buy it. 8/10. Music alone is like 11/10, Gunplay is so much fun, Stealth is very well done, Villains feel like actual good villains, hits both sides of US politics in a tasteful way. Now, should you bay $60 for this game? Maybe not… thats why i suggest you get god of war free!Ubisoft definitely improved this time around.
Having so much on fortnite at the moment! SO much better than PUBG that other buggy battle royale….. A year later, and the charming but buggy shooter is no longer charming. It’s no longer novel, and the developers have constantly ignored fan criticisms in favor of cash grabs. The game is actually just as buggy as it was a year ago and is still overloaded with cheaters. Why spend $30 on a BR game that doesn’t work and is getting worse?
Fun game but the development team needs to re-think their position on server optimization and bug fixes before rolling out cosmetic and paid-content. You’ll have a good time playing it, for a little while at least. But, the game was not even close to being out of early release. It won’t contend with traditional games like CS:GO or DOTA2, and doesn’t have the support that more contemporary games like Fortnite. The community is unfortunately shrinking because of this, which makes it difficult for newcomers to get over the steep, unforgiving learning curve.
Find a friend to play with and have a good time with it. And be careful of getting hit with a random ban here and there. I only bought this because my “friends” bullied me into doing so.
Let compare fortnite to pubg:
£26.99. With two current maps, a new 4×4 and 8×8 kilometer map coming to the game soon, there is a lot to do. I will admit, being killed by hackers or people who use recoil macros is annoying, but the hackers are being dealt with well and constantly being banned. There aren’t many bugs, but when a new bug is found, Bluehole are quick at patching these. The game is balanced, however it is hard to get used to the shooting style and looting since you need to know what ammo goes for what gun and what attachments do what. It’s heartbreaking to come second but relieving af when you get a chicken dinner. Overall, I recommend this for anyone who likes battle royale games as it adds a whole new experience to the scene, however not everyone can run it which is sad but the game is always being optimised to run better.
Or you could just get fortnite, which is free to play, bug free, no cheaters & super fun….. To me the option represents itself pretty easily 😛 Oh and you can get free v bucks
from this video from sean… it’s just awesome.