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GTA San Andreas: The Definitive Edition – Improvements and several bugs | Review

Check out my review of GTA San Andreas: The Definitive Edition!

GTA San Andreas: The Definitive Edition - Improvements and various bugs | Review

GTA San Andreas: The Definitive Edition is a remastered game of the classic open-world action game originally released in 2004. Being developed by Rockstar Games and remastered by Grove Street Games, the definitive edition game is a good option for those who want to relive the classic game with updated visuals and some gameplay improvements.

Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas It is considered one of the best games of its generation and some say it is the best in its franchise. Its engaging story, memorable characters and detailed open world have won over millions of players around the world. The history of GTA San Andreas: The Definitive Edition It's a thrilling, action-packed journey. She explores complex themes such as family, loyalty, corruption and power. The game features a cast of memorable characters and an engaging narrative.

GTA San Andreas: The Definitive Edition - Improvements and various bugs | Review

GTA San Andreas: The Definitive Edition brings back one of the most iconic games in the franchise, with updated graphics and a series of improvements. One of the most notable features is the inclusion of subtitles in several languages, including Brazilian Portuguese, which makes the experience even more accessible and immersive for players around the world.

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One of the main criticisms is the excessive simplification of many missions. Not only have the mechanics been changed, but the sense of challenge and achievement has been lost. Where before we faced formidable enemies and overcame complex obstacles, we now find a more simplified and faster journey. This may disappoint fans hoping to relive the excitement of the original missions.

GTA San Andreas: The Definitive Edition - Improvements and various bugs | Review

Furthermore, the presence of bugs is a constant concern. While it's understandable that remasters may present some technical issues, the amount of bugs present in GTA San Andreas: The Definitive Edition can seriously harm the gaming experience for many players. From visual glitches to glitches that impede story progress, bugs can be frustrating and negatively impact immersion in the game world. Another aspect that disappointed many fans is the absence of the classic menu. The original menu, with its familiar interface and specific features, was part of GTA San Andreas' identity. Its removal in this remastered package may leave nostalgic players wanting and make navigation less intuitive for those used to the original version of the game.

“See you later, Officer.” –Carl Johnson

*Review made on Nintendo Switch*

Assessment
  • History
  • Graphic
  • gameplay
  • Soundtrack
  • Sound effects
  • Artificial intelligence
4.5

Conclusion

GTA San Andreas: The Definitive Edition offers an exciting opportunity for fans to relive a franchise classic with updated graphics and subtitles in multiple languages, expanding its global accessibility. However, oversimplifications in missions and the significant presence of bugs can diminish the experience for many players. The lack of a classic menu is also a point of disappointment for more nostalgic fans. While the game maintains its fundamental appeal, these questions should be considered when deciding whether it's worth revisiting this iconic world from the Grand Theft Auto series.

Assessment
  • History
  • Graphic
  • gameplay
  • Soundtrack
  • Sound effects
  • Artificial intelligence
4.5

Conclusion

GTA San Andreas: The Definitive Edition offers an exciting opportunity for fans to relive a franchise classic with updated graphics and subtitles in multiple languages, expanding its global accessibility. However, oversimplifications in missions and the significant presence of bugs can diminish the experience for many players. The lack of a classic menu is also a point of disappointment for more nostalgic fans. While the game maintains its fundamental appeal, these questions should be considered when deciding whether it's worth revisiting this iconic world from the Grand Theft Auto series.

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Hello, I'm Matheus. I am currently graduating in Advertising, working as CEO and Creative Director at Araujo Media, Commercial Manager at TFX LATAM and I am the Creator of the Brazilian History portal.

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