Grand Theft Auto San Andreas, when released on the PlayStation 2 in October 2004 became the fastest actually selling game in the UK, and also matched an equivalent feat in the USA. Now you can purchase the GTA San Andreas Xbox model many fans thought would never ever happen (released in June of 2005), and I can proudly point out that it doesn’t disappoint. But, if you don’t have an Xbox, and you’ll still wish to play San Andreas, you can obtain a GTA San Andreas Xbox 360 edition right onto your Xbox 360 (as of November 2008).
Among the main changes of the GTA San Andreas Xbox model is always that you are able to customise the own radio station of yours, but uploading MP3’s onto your Xbox’s hard-drive, and then into the game. This might not sound like very much, but as you’ll be spending so much of your time driving around in automobiles and on bikes, you’ll get fed up with the standard radio stations pretty soon. So for all those that haven’t previously played the game, does it live as much as the hype?
The storyline is unlike some other GTA game of days gone by, as you have fun with a gang member named’ CJ’, who’s returned to the gang world after the passing of his mother. As you begin doing missions for local people, your reputation grows, as well as you can begin going to various other parts of the state. Almost all of the missions are fantastic fun, and are very rewarding.
The great thing about going in a gang this way would be that you are able to always steal an automobile, go round up a few of your gang member, then begin a rampage and hit enemy gangs. This is still improved when you get into’ turf wars’, where you should fight off an entire section of a gang in order to claim that area as your very own.
The gameplay is absolutely fantastic, and very in-depth, as you are able to convert to go looking of your character to however you like via clothing shops, otherwise you are able to cause them to become stronger and bigger by working out at the gym. Overall, this is a fantastic game, yet still holds its own despite Gran Theft Auto four being released.