Grand Theft Auto V Review: Swan Song I Leviathyn

Following breakout success with Grand Theft Auto 3 and its sequels, developer Rockstar Games has spent this generation honing its craft, iterating on its biting and confident sense of style and satire while building on its gameplay shortcomings. Playing a Grand Theft Auto game has always been an exercise in sacrifice, a trudge through weak shooting and poor pacing in exchange for some of the best writing and characters of the medium. With Grand Theft Auto 5, Rockstar is trying to provide more of a balance, while simultaneously closing out a formative generation. While GTA 5 isn’t as much of evolution of formula as one would initially expect, it’s without a doubt the most polished and enjoyable Grand Theft Auto game yet.

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