GTA V: Freighter or Offshore? – Grand Theft Auto 5
GTA V is in its own special class of game. Everyone knows what goes on in GTA V and hence it has a lot to live up, as its previous variants have set a high benchmark. The longer you play, the higher those expectations get. Aside from some faulty combat, the execution of GTA V is flawless. Generally there is plenty of action theatrical that did go wrong, but the twist at the end is generally completely unexpected.
It’s nice to see how the story influences the gameplay on the larger missions Every major heist has two paths of completion which, when combined with the scoring for side missions, adds a lot of replay factor and a lot of “what if” potential.
One continues to be impressed with the variety of vehicles in GTA V. Being forced to use heavy machinery as well as air and sea vessels shows the scope of the drive physics in the game. Big cumbersome trucks have also been introduced in the fray. Every vehicle rides different but none are complex that you can’t get to where you’re going. Adding to this is getting to see the personalities of each main character as they interact with their own deranged traits which keep things feeling fresh even after hours-long gaming sessions.
The joy of the side missions and distractions in GTA V is that they are rarely of the “go here and kill stuff” variety. Instead, you’ll be taking dirty pictures or stealing celebrity mementos or racing all over town marveling over how gigantic the world is.