GTA

Grand Theft Auto V

Despite all the improvements, if you already played the game on a current gen console you may be hard pressed to replay it on PC. If you played it on a last gen console (I already played through once on 360) then it may be worth it to you, depending on how big a fan you are. If you hadn't had a chance to play it yet at all though, and your computer can handle it, the PC version does definitely feel like the definitive version.

Grand Theft Auto V

Grand Theft Auto V

Grand Theft Auto V is everything you'd expect in a Rockstar product and once again, they have managed to significantly outdo themselves.

Grand Theft Auto V

Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories

The final product of GTA: Vice City Stories on the PS2 feels to me to much like a port than a solid console title. Also when you have the original Vice City and San Andreas offering up more elaborate sandbox experiences, it makes this game a bit tougher to sell. But if you have not played the handheld version, this title can be a decent choice to complete your GTA library.

Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories

Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories

Sure it is not perfect, but it takes the great gameplay mechanics from the Grand Theft Auto III game and translates them beautifully onto the PSP. If you are a fan of GTA and really are looking for a new game to sink your teeth into, definitely go check out Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories, as it is truly another great game in the GTA series.

Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories

Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas

The game has so many amazing features, and so many thing that you won’t even experience until you have gotten to the later environments that the length of this game is honestly endless. Anyone who even remotely enjoys the Grand Theft Auto series should go out and get this game, its just that good.

Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas

Grand Theft Auto III

GTA 3 is totally immoral; a totally disgusting game in terms recreating modern disasters, but it is totally fantastic. You don’t need an evil streak through you to play this game because it loses the edge of real crime (it’s a game) and adds the edge of black humour. Perhaps it’s wrong to play a game, which mimics morbid crimes but it’s just to damn addictive and remember chaps, it is only a game and you will be overcome by its charm and sophistication. It’s not going to last you forever but it really does need to be in your collection, if only for shear pick up and play value.

Grand Theft Auto III