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Submitted by chromeish 561d ago | review

Grand Theft Auto Online Review | The Controller Online

Scott from The Controller Online writes: "Grand Theft Auto V was so huge that Rockstar Games decided to break out the multiplayer portion of the game into its own separate entity, called Grand Theft Auto Online, and release it two weeks after the single player game hit stores. Money wasn’t their motive, as GTA Online is a free download for anyone who owns GTA V, but the delay is starting to make it look more and more like Rockstar knew GTA Online wouldn’t be ready in time. In fact, it wasn’t ready in time, even for its October 1st release day. Despite its troubles and tardiness does GTA Online live up to the hype? Let’s jack ourselves a new ride and take it for a spin." (Grand Theft Auto Online, PS3, Xbox 360) 7/10

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