Grand Theft Auto (GTA) is an action-adventure video game created by DMA Design and published by BMG Interactive. This game allows players to take the role of a criminal who can roam freely around a big city. Various missions are set for completion, such as bank robberies, assassinations, and other crimes. This is the first in the Grand Theft Auto series that stretched as far as ten standalone games, and three expansion packs. The game was originally intended to be named "Race N Chase". GTA succeeded by Grand Theft Auto 2. The second game is available for free download on the website Rockstar Games in 2004.
Grand Theft Auto consists of a series of levels, each set in one of the three main cities. At each level, the player the ultimate goal is to reach the target number of points, which is usually achieved by doing tasks for the local crime syndicate city. Each level has a unique task. Successfully completing a mission rewards the player with points and opens up the opportunity to try harder missions for higher rewards, while failure awards few points and may permanently close the opportunity for more tasks.
Players are free to do whatever he wanted. Players can earn points by causing death and destruction in the middle of traffic in the city, or steal and sell cars for profit, although to achieve the target of a large amount of money to complete levels, players will usually opt to complete a mission that will get them a multiplier for every success and loses one for each failure. Multiplier multiplying the value of points for anything. Some criminal acts have an inherent multiplier for example, using police cars to run over people doubling the number of points earned.
San Andreas is similar to the two previous games. The core gameplay of this game consists of'' third-person shooter third-person shooter and driving game'', driving a huge open-world environment. By foot player can walk, run, sprint, swim, hike (this is the game "GTA" first to allow players to swim and climb) and jump and use a variety of weapons and combat arms. Players can drive a variety of vehicles, including cars, buses, boats, airplanes, helicopters, trains, tanks, motorcycles and bikes. Players can also import vehicle than steal / hijack vehicles.
Open world, varied environment makes the player can explore and choose how to play this game. Although the main story progress needs to lead the game and unlock certain cities and content of the game, the main story does not have to be dealt with immediately because the players are a lot of elements that can be played. When not on a mission, the player can roam freely around the city, or cause a commotion by attacking people or blow up vehicles. However, causing a commotion to attract attention from the authorities (police). The bigger the mess, the greater the response: police will handle small mess (attacking people, pointed the gun at people, stealing cars, killing a few people), SWAT teams, the FBI, and the military will respond to a higher level of criminal.
Players can also take an optional side missions that can enhance the character's attributes or provide a source of money. Traditional side missions are also found in the previous games were, drove a cab passengers, putting out fires, taking the injured to the hospital and fighting crime vigilante mission. Another additional side missions is a mission to rob, pimp, driving trucks and trains that make deliveries on time, and school driving / flying / sailing / cycling, which help players learn skills and techniques appropriate to each vehicle.
Unlike Vice City and GTA III, which needed loading screen (loading screen) when roaming from one district to another, "San Andreas" has no load time when players explore (although the map take more extensive than previous games). Only loading screens in the cut-scene, and when entering the building. Other differences between San Andreas and its predecessors is the have a multiplayer mode (not available in the PC version), and the replacement of 'hidden packages' with spray paint tags, hidden shooting, horseshoes , and oysters (shells) to be discovered.
Camera control, combat, and targeting goals changed as another Rockstar game concept, like Manhunt, which also includes the various stealth elements, and the target crosshair and player targets a blood indicator that changes from green to red and then to black depending on the blood target. The PC version implements mouse chording; players must right-click the button to activate the crosshair, and click or hold down the left mouse button to shoot or use an item, such as a camera.
Players are shooting war with an enemy gang members, Ballas.
In addition, players can swim and climb walls for the first time in the series "GTA". The ability to swim has a huge impact for the players, because the water is not an obstacle that can kill the player (although it is still possible to drown). For greater firepower, players can use two weapons at once or do a drive-by shooting at the enemy gang members. Also, because due to the extent of San Andreas, players can set waypoints to help players achieve the goal.
Even during the mission is still no freedom when most of the players are free to choose the route to take, but the goal is usually fixed. This is a level of freedom that set Grand Theft Auto action other than a computer game based on the time. In the PlayStation port of each car only has one station.
PC players can remove the CD once the game is loaded and replaced it with an audio CD. The next time a character enters the vehicle, a song from the CD will randomly play. This can also be done on the PlayStation.
The main theme of the game is "Gangster Friday" by Craig Conner (who played all the instruments on this song), credited to the fictional band Slumpussy, and will be played on Radio Head. With the exception of Head Radio FM, the names of songs or radio station name is never mentioned in the game. But the soundtrack are listed in the booklet that comes with the game.
The Collector's Edition of the PC version includes a separate CD soundtrack. The tracklisting gave fictitious names of radio stations, bands, some of them fictitious album and the stories associated with them.
Although the first game was released for the PlayStation 2, Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas is the most anticipated video games of 2004, along with Halo 2. San Andreas is hailed as the best PlayStation 2 games, with an average review score of 95%, according to Metacritic, "San Andreas" is perched on the highest ranking fifth in the history of the PlayStation 2. IGN ratified this game by a score of 9/9/10 (the highest score ever awarded to a PlayStation 2 game), calling the game "the defining piece of software" for the PlayStation 2. GameSpot rated the game 06/09/10, giving it an Editor's Choice award. San Andreas also received a ratification of the 1UP.com network and a score of 10/10 from Official U.S. PlayStation Magazine. Praise comes primarily from games that do not end (open-endedness), the size of the State of San Andreas, storyline and voice acting are interesting. Criticism mainly from the graphics, character models sober, low-resolution textures (low resolution), as well as various control masala, partly on the issue of auto-aim at enemies. Some critics commented that many new content is added to San Andreas, a few are processed and implemented properly.
The characters that appear in San Andreas, and has an assortment of character depending on the city and the territory they occupy. This makes the game has a story line and setting wider than the Grand Theft Auto III and Vice City. Player controls Carl "CJ" Johnson, a young African-American gang member who serves as the protagonist.
At this stage ('' stage'') Los Santos, the game revolves around the theme of the Grove Street Families gang fighting with the Ballas and the Vagos for territory and respect fight. Gang of East Asia (better known as the Triads) and an additional Vietnamese gang are at the stage of San Fierro, while three families ("The Mafia families") and the Triads who has a casino each, more clearly introduced at this stage of the game Las Venturas.
Like the previous GTA games, the voice of San Andreas include celebrities, such as David Cross, Andy Dick, Ron Foster, Samuel L. Jackson, James Woods, Peter Fonda, Charlie Murphy, Frank Vincent, Chris Penn, Danny Dyer, Sara Tanaka, William Fichtner, rappers Ice T, Chuck D, Frost, MC Eiht and The Game and musicians George Clinton, Axl Rose, Sly and Robbie, and Shaun Ryder. Young Maylay makes his debut as the voice of the protagonist, Carl.
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