Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas

Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas

  • Publisher
    Take-Two Interactive
  • Developer
    Rockstar North
  • Release date
    26 Oct 2004

Five years back, Carl Johnson got away from hoodlum life in Los Santos, San Andreas ... a city that perishes between group competitions, medications and debasement. A city where famous actors and moguls confine themselves and sellers and group individuals power the high ground. Presently, Carl is returning the mid 90's. His mom was killed, his family is partitioned, and his previous companions are on the whole well on their approach to disorder. At the point when he shows up in San Andreas, a couple of degenerate cops are sitting tight for him and they are in a difficult situation. To spare his family and assume control over the road once more, CJ needs to finish one crucial another across San Andreas.

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AGM score 82%
IGN 9.9
GameSpot 9.6
Metacritic 52
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airplane
explosion
bomb
gun
assault rifle
sniping
military uniform
grenade
polygonal 3d
comedy
achievements
jet pack
digital distribution
rocket launcher
sequel
shark
dolphin
train
railroad crossing
unlockables
hand-to-hand combat
third-person perspective
police
shotgun
baseball bat
controversy
molotov cocktail
exploding vehicles
eating
stealth
action-adventure
drugs
gambling
customizable characters
prostitute
voice acting
renderware
helicopter
weather
gatling gun
table
gloves
game console
fan service
currency
licensed soundtrack
vehicle customization
betrayal
exploration
explosives
save point
sword
easter egg
swimming
shovel
cooperative play
important text
bottle
developer voice acting
porting
weapons
flamethrower
ak-47
dual wielding
open-world
katana
knife
women in refrigerators
windows store
clover
exploding barrel
vending machine
arcade cabinet
shipping container
zoom
high definition graphics
sawed-off shotgun
cosmetic items
secret achievements
black market
subtitles
vomiting
chainsaw
murder
bicycle
pizza
flowers
fence
blood
moddable
sex
interactive environments
dolby digital
stealth kill
gun holster
night vision goggles
extreme violence
blood splatter
sex mini game
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motorcycle
violence
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organized crime
exercise
gangs
sea race
building
action figure
graffiti
ambulance
police car
radio
barbell
golf club
baton
robbery
video game characters that play video games
law
smoking
handcuffs
paper money
dam
dumbbell
fire extinguisher
traffic light
fire truck
forklift
watch
lowrider
body armor
silencer
recreational vehicle
spike strip
stripper pole
newspaper vending machine
prostitution
renovation
police chase
strippers
marijuana
lawbreaking
bus stop
carjacking
track jacket
full reactive eyes entertainment
federal bureau of investigation
tear gas grenade
tornado
busted
pimp
bully mode
car bomb
infernus
stallion
machine pistol
andromada
profanity
clothesline
basketball
slot machine
consolation achievements
brass knuckles
corruption
ice cream truck
tailing mission
hunting rifle
diegetic manual
forelli family
construction
custom soundtrack
dildo
military truck
spas-12
sabre
tec-9
coastguard
hiding
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the 1990s
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floppy disk save icons
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demolition derby
elvis impersonator
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About Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas

Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas is released by Take-Two Interactive in 26 Oct 2004. The game is designed by Rockstar North. Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas is a typical representative of the Adventure genre. Playing Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas is a pleasure. It does not matter whether it is the first or a millionth hour in Adventure, there will always be room for something new and interesting. Thrilling levels and gameplay Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas will not leave anyone indifferent. The complexity of gameplay increases with each new level and does not let any player get bored.

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Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas is perfect for playing alone or with friends.

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The story

This section tells the history of the world of Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas

Five years ago, Carl Johnson escaped from the pressures of life in Los Santos, San Andreas, a city tearing itself apart with gang trouble, drugs and corruption. Where filmstars and millionaires do their best to avoid the dealers and gangbangers. Now, it’s the early 90’s. Carl’s got to go home. His mother has been murdered, his family has fallen apart and his childhood friends are all heading towards disaster. On his return to the neighborhood, a couple of corrupt cops frame him for homicide. CJ is forced on a journey that takes him across the entire state of San Andreas, to save his family and to take control of the streets.

Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas - Analysis

Author: Gustavo Maeso
Date: 2020-03-02 21:15:52
We set foot again in Los Santos, but not to play GTA V, but to play the legendary GTA again: San Andreas, in an extraordinary adaptation for Apple devices. The PS2 and Xbox game revives on our iPhone. Now that the year is ending and we make the typical lists of best games of 2013, and coinciding with GTA V in the highest part of most of them, the Rockstar boys have released their version for mobile devices of GTA: San Andreas. The game is now available for iOS and will soon arrive for Android. And of course, you have to make room at the top of the lists of best mobile games of 2013. And the adaptation of the mythical game that triumphed in the generation of PS2 and Xbox, arrives in mobile format with an extraordinary appearance. The game is exactly the same that we could enjoy then, with all its missions, its secrets, its stories, characters ... (its 50 hours of play are intact). But it comes to the mobile format with some improvements, of course, especially in the graphic section. The modeling of the characters has been improved, rounding their textures clearly. In addition, the scenarios have also been improved, illuminating them better and expanding the background vision of the city (moving away the horizon and reducing the 'popping'). The result presents the original action of GTA San Andreas, but with an aspect like we had never seen and in high definition. It is true that it is the same game, whose technical section can not be compared with what we have seen in GTA V, but it looks like never before on the small screen of the iPhone (or on the iPad). It is necessary to have version 4.03 of iOS and we have to say that, logically, the application is optimized for iPhone 5 or higher. Another of the elements of this version is, of course, control. Adapting the complex control of the video game title to touch screens has not been easy, but the result is not bad at all. Handling the character on foot is quite simple and, when you get into a vehicle, we will have three possible options (configurable to taste): use a touch 'analog' command, a pair of 'digital' direction buttons or the 'touch' option (which will turn the direction by tapping on both sides of the screen). In addition, we can also enable or disable the accelerometer. The result is acceptable, but it is true that sometimes there is no one who controls the direction in the middle of some crazy persecution.

Another interesting element is in the shootings. Now we can aim by touching the enemies with the finger, which makes changing the target faster. In addition the game provides its automatic targeting so that the action scenes are more fluid. Even so, as in the case of driving, the touch screen does not help at some especially crazy moments and chaos takes over our control over the character.


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