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Grand Theft Auto V / GTA5 (PS3)

alaTest has collected and analyzed 2744 reviews of Grand Theft Auto V / GTA5 (PS3). The average rating for this product is 4.6/5, compared to an average rating of 3.9/5 for other PlayStation 3 Games (PS3) for all reviews. Views about the usability and design are overall positive. The gameplay and size are also appreciated, but many are negative about the single player gameplay and reliability. There are some mixed opinions about the action.

story, size, gameplay, design, usability

price, reliability, single player

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other PlayStation 3 Games (PS3) the Grand Theft Auto V / GTA5 (PS3) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 100/100 = Excellent quality.

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Expert review by: Shunal Doke (tech.firstpost.com)

Grand Theft Auto V Review

 

It's a very simple mission: steal all of the jewelry from a high-class jewelry store. There are a number of ways Michael and Franklin can go through with this—going in smart or going in loud. Michael decides that going in smart would be the better...

Rockstar may have had a stroke of genius when it decided to have three protagonists in lieu of just one. The three characters—Michael, Franklin and Trevor—all represent GTA-specific character tropes. Michael, for instance, is the typical GTA...

2013-09

Expert review by: Alec Meer (pcadvisor.co.uk)

Grand Theft Auto V review

 

Poor old Xbox One and PlayStation 4 - they're looking a bit unnecessary right now. Sure, you can get your protractor and slide rule out to gripe that Grand Theft Auto V is only 720p and the textures are a bit mucky on 360 and PS3, but Rockstar's latest...

A technical marvel and a spectacular swansong for PS3 and 360, this is both the slickest and the most varied Grand Theft Auto yet, but sadly the reliance on hateful characters, ill-judged satire and lowest common denominator humour denies GTA V...

2013-09

Expert review by: Stuart Andrews (trustedreviews.com)

GTA 5

 

Has GTA finally run out of steam?

With its multiple protagonists and interweaving storylines GTA 5 is the most sprawling and ambitious GTA yet. There’s so much to see here and so much to do that you might as well forget about playing anything else for the next month or two. Yet the...

2013-09

Expert review by: David Hollingworth (pcauthority.com.au)

Review: Grand Theft Auto V

 

There are some games where it's almost impossible to really get into a good reviewing space. They're big, they're brash, and working in print, by the time you get to them, they've already made a billion bucks at retail.

A sprawling world with a wide array of gameplay.

2013-11

Expert review by: (phonesreview.co.uk)

GTA V iFruit Android app not working for me

 

After waiting weeks after the iOS platform was treated to the app RockStar Games finally got around to releasing the GTA V iFruit Android app, but so far the application is not working correctly for me on my Samsung Galaxy S3. Due to work commitments I...

2013-10

Expert review by: Empire Online (empireonline.com)

Grand Theft Auto V

 

Grand Theft Auto V is a phenomenal achievement and an unashamedly brilliant game. The sheer quantity and diversity of side content packed into the world is deserving of applause, from the seemingly endless quirky side-missions to the cinemas screening...

2013-10

Expert review by: GameSpot (gamespot.com)

Grand Theft Auto V Review - Southland Sprawl

 

Great script and most fully structured game in the history of the GTA franchise, Los Santos has been brought to life with its incredible size, scope, and realism, Brings back the gleeful comic-book nihilism of earlier GTA games

The overwhelming Los Santos lacks a strong sense of place, Open-world play lacks the unfettered thrills of earlier games

2013-10

Expert review by: Chris Wigham (consoleob.com)

Grand Theft Auto V PS3 Review

 

Grand Theft Auto IV was a disappointment in my view. True, I felt it was a very good game, although it wasn't the strongest entry in the series. Released over 5 years after that game, Grand Theft Auto V has certainly been a long time coming, and it's...

Grand Theft Auto V is a massive improvement over GTA IV in every way. The world itself is massive and gives you plenty of things to do, and I think many of us will get involved in the most dull tasks just in order to stay in this beautiful and detailed...

2013-10

Expert review by: Gametactics (gametactics.com)

Grand Theft Auto V Review – Xbox 360 (Also on PlayStation 3 and Windows PC)

 

What was touted as a game where you could do anything, really didn’t let you do anything. If you view it for what it really is, an open world RPG, it’s a great game, and has a lot of cool things to keep everyone playing for a long time. Just don’t let...

2013-10

Expert review by: GameCritics.com (gamecritics.com)

A Grand Scheme

 

The drive from Blaine County back to Los Santos, and seeing the skyline for the first time. It was only then that I began to grasp just how much larger the map was compared to any other game.

Trevor and Michael fighting over the same thing for the fifteenth time.

First-person doggystyle. It'll make you laugh.

2013-10