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Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas Member Review for the PS2

bigdawg81192 By:
bigdawg81192
05/31/06
PRINTER FRIENDLY VERSION
EMAIL TO A FRIEND
GENRE Action 
PLAYERS
PUBLISHER Rockstar 
DEVELOPER Rockstar 
RELEASE DATE Out Now
M Contains Blood and Gore, Intense Violence, Strong Language, Strong Sexual Content, Use of Drugs

What do these ratings mean?

*ahem* San Andreas; Needless to say that this was one of Rockstar better games and I want to start out saying that this game HAD to have kicked @$$ (and I mean that from the heart). So anyway to the review. San Andreas puts you into the shoes of a guy named Carl, aka CJ. CJ comes back to his home city after being away only to find that everything has hit the Shiz hole. Crooked cops, drug dealers, and all that shiz. CJ is then forced back into his brothers life of being a gangsta. That's right a gangsta. So it's the tipical GTA storyline but first of all San andreas comes with bigger places, badder weapons, an awesome storyline, and the game lasts a lot F***ing longer. I'm serious, I've been using a gameshark ( Only after beating the game twice) and STILL have trouble getting through the levels. (for those of you who dont know what a gameshark is look it up at google ).

Gameplay hits an all time high with the most beautiful storyline that I have ever seen in a videogame. Twists, turns, zigs, and zags, the storyline will have you rushing to the next mission, anxious to see "what happens next." And if you feel like not proceeding to the next mission, you can always go around and collect oysters, horseshoes, or spay some tags.

The GTA Radio Soundtrack is chock full of 90's hits...and while, of course you can't find any AC/DC....*grumble*.....you can still rock out, chill, or laugh to rock, rap, or talk radio.

Graphics are unbullivably stunning for a game with such a HUGE area that you can manuver and navigate around. Now feturing Planes, trains, cars, motorcycles, boats, helicopters, and a jetpack.


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