What is it?
Grand Theft Auto has a long history of providing players with excellent, if a little morally questionable, stories. GTA V is no different in that regard and although the online mode certainly garnered a lot of attention, I’ve been putting a lot of time into the single player mode lately, and am definitely enjoying it. The city of Los Santos has grown to be much bigger and enjoyable than in any previous game with many different things to do in addition to the lengthy story mode.
PC, PS3, PS4, XBox 360, XBox One
Great characters, both playable and non-playable.
Lots of side quests and random events to keep you busy.
Great variety in character customisations.
AI is dreadful.
GTA V is a great game, and the single player mode is a large part of why it is such a great game. There is so much to do while playing the game that it would take weeks to try to get a full 100% rating on it. Doing all the little side missions and the hobbies and past-times will really require your gaming skills to be at their sharpest. The additions to the next-gen versions really make this game worth having, even if you have played the previous version on PS3 or XBox 360.