Of course, there are a small number of effects I found flawed, and others I wish weren't involved altogether. For instance, I didn't care for the choice of haircuts you can get, nor the clothes you can buy. A few selections were decent, but nothing for every gamer. The assortments need gangster-related varieties, I know, but it can also have other choices, too, can't it?
What I ostracized a good number, though, was the soundtrack. Even the talk-show radio stations weren't as great as, let's say, Chatter Box from GTA3, or VCPR in Vice City. I hope the next count to this series, if there is indeed one, will have more of an array of music chosen for every different player, rather than the rap stations that consumed this game.
Moving on, the gameplay was marvelous. The way you can look to the left or right with the R3 analog button; crouched while walking, etc., etc. My favorite factor in this game, though, would probably be how you can manually aim with a weapon, and even blow up the car by shooting the gas tank.
Also, the physical aspect of this game was great. "You need to eat to keep energy," and, "You eat too much and you'll get fat," and even how your muscles grow stronger. Stamina, too, Rockstar went all-out on this.
The voices for the characters, I noticed, were expanded in this game. James Woods, Samuel L. Jackson, not a bad cast. As a fan of both of the actors, I was relatively pleased you chose them. Their roles in the game matched them perfectly; a superb choice. And David Cross rocks.
Now comes in general satisfaction. Perceptibly, there are defects in this game; like I stated before, there is no one perfect game, but this one comes very, very close. Los Santos, San Fierro, and Las Venturas; this game is gigantic. There really isn't anything you can't do, save a few things, and that fact alone is worth buying this game. The nitro you can put in vehicles from the mod-shop is overwhelming, in addition to the rest.
The majority of this game, I express love for.