Story, Multiplayer and Gameplay Review on GTA V
To start off with the story, we're introduced gradually with a variety of in-depth characters allowing you to play 3 of them. This gathers a massive amount of gameplay having thirty and a half hours of the main story, which is definitely worth the buy only for the campaign! As well as for completionists, there are seventy-seven and a half hours, which is more than enough.
Other missions other than the main story is Strangers & Freaks Side Missions. These quests are the funniest missions I've seen in a long time helping out the "so-called" strangers and freaks around the Island.
As well as this, the lobby count being 30 players, or over is very beneficial for me so there is enough room for friends to join, but also it makes the game feel more realistic to the fact that players are classed as people in the game and you feel like you're around fun, sociable people, encouraging to play with others in heists for example.
Other activities like creating your own business and conduct heists provided me with a good alternative way to play the game rather than just killing and racing people, which provides me and other players a purpose to play this game for much longer if you are a completionist.
The minigames such as racing are very entertaining and you can almost lose yourself in competition as well as the fact you can gain experience and money being 1st place in these minigames. This is truly an attracting concept that is used throughout the multiplayer industry that brings people together and makes friends and competes with each other.
Overall, I really think that anyone that loves an amazing story in an open-world setting as well as being able to play online with your friends and compete in minigames is an absolute blast to play.