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Grand Theft Auto Online Review

  • First Released Sep 17, 2013
    released
  • Reviewed Oct 11, 2013
  • PS3
  • PS3
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Rough and semi-ready.

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She came from far away, flying in to Los Santos International late one night. It wasn't what she was running away from that mattered anymore. The past was past. It was the opportunities in her future she cared about. As her plane flew over, she looked out at the city, thinking of the possibilities that awaited her there.

Grand Theft Auto Online is full of possibilities. My character has engaged in some run-of-the-mill criminal activities, holding up stores and getting into shootouts. But this isn't what excites her about Los Santos. No, what she loves are the opportunities to race helicopters over the mansions in the Vinewood Hills, to get into tank battles near the forests of Great Chaparral, to dogfight in fighter planes over Fort Zancudo. For a while, she fell in with a mysterious criminal wearing a pig mask, and they committed crimes together and played golf and tennis together like a modern-day, fitness-oriented Bonnie and Clyde.

Glory days.
Glory days.

The sheer variety of things to do with and against other players in Grand Theft Auto Online's open world is its greatest asset. No individual element measures up to more focused games. As a multiplayer racing game, it's no Forza or Burnout. As an online shooter, it's not as exciting as the multiplayer in The Last of Us. Its sports offerings aren't going to compete with Tiger Woods or Top Spin. But none of those games let you do more than a fraction of the things GTA Online lets you do, and GTA Online does the things it does well enough for them to be really enjoyable. When you're hopping along from one exciting activity to the next, GTA Online is exhilarating.

I've found myself more invested in the stylish, enigmatic character I created than I ever was in Michael or Franklin or Trevor.

Unfortunately, sometimes the world behaves in ways that put a stop to your fun. GTA Online's stability has improved considerably since it first launched, but in that time, many players have lost characters and properties they've purchased, which is no minor setback. Low-level characters don't have access to most of GTA Online's best content. Early on, your mission options are dominated by bland last team standing deathmatches. GTA Online doesn't put its best foot forward right away, which is unfortunate even for new players, but it's doubly unfortunate to have to rise through the ranks a second time. Losing property is also a tremendous setback, given that it takes a lot of time to earn enough cash for the nicer homes in the game.

Then there are a host of smaller but still significant issues. Matches sometimes fail to start, leaving you stranded in lobbies. Races sometimes hitch up, and competitors sometimes warp around the environment. You might be cruising along minding your own business only to get a message informing you that you've been kicked from the game by other players, and when you return, even though you didn't do anything wrong, you're warned that if you keep behaving like this, you'll be designated a bad sport and be forced to play with all the other jerks.

Don't question the idea of a two-bit criminal being given access to a fighter jet. Just go with it.
Don't question the idea of a two-bit criminal being given access to a fighter jet. Just go with it.

Rockstar is giving everyone who has played GTA Online up to this point half a million in online cash, a nice gesture, but there's no replacing lost characters you might have grown attached to. GTA Online doesn't attempt to create a tightly woven narrative around your character's exploits. Instead, it provides a very loose-fitting structure in which your silent character occasionally comes into contact with the likes of Lester, Trevor and other characters from the single-player game. As my imagination has filled in the gaps, I've found myself more invested in the stylish, enigmatic character I created than I ever was in Michael or Franklin or Trevor.

As other players approach you, you might feel a knot of anticipation in your stomach as you wonder if they'll ignore you and go about their business, or risk their lives in an attempt to kill you and take some of the cash you're carrying.

The world is identical to that of the single-player game, but with all the outlandish activities you constantly get up to, it feels pleasantly disconnected from the Los Santos of GTAV. This is a Grand Theft Auto fever dream in which no narrative justification is needed before you're parachuting off of a skyscraper or hopping into a jet to pursue opposing players speeding down the freeway in sports cars. GTA Online largely does away with story to make room for gleeful chaos.

At least, the chaos is usually gleeful. Sometimes other players in the open world can go out of their way to be jerks and keep attacking you, but you can enable passive mode for a paltry $100 which makes it so that you can't shoot or be shot, and the fact that activities are instanced means that you won't find your golf game interrupted by joyriders mowing you down in a sports car. When you're not doing an activity, there's typically an exciting element of danger as you traverse the open world. As other players approach you, you might feel a knot of anticipation in your stomach as you wonder if they'll ignore you and go about their business, or risk their lives in an attempt to kill you and take some of the cash you're carrying. Smart players bank their cash frequently to avoid significant losses, and although the game advises you to go to the nearest ATM, you can actually do this quickly from anywhere just by using the internet on your phone, which almost makes the entire distinction between cash and money in the bank pointless.

Someday, this could all be yours.
Someday, this could all be yours.

You can interact with other players indirectly, too, calling Lester and kicking in cash to put bounties on other players, which marks them as red blips on the map. (It's exciting and scary to be on the other end of that situation, too, getting the message that another player has put a few grand on your head and knowing you're about to be hunted by every lowlife in town.) Events occur periodically in the world, too, that foster competition between players. Sometimes a particular vehicle that car dealer and legitimate businessman Simeon wants becomes marked on the map for all players, and whoever gets it back to the dealership first reaps the rewards. And often, the mayhem that other players are generating on their own contributes a surreal sense of life to Los Santos. You might see a huge police chase go speeding past you, or happen upon someone just cruising down the street in an propeller plane for no apparent reason.

For me, though, it's the structured activities that will keep me coming back to Grand Theft Auto Online. It's missions like Roadgame, in which you race other players up the beautiful coastal highway to collect some coke, then go on a winding car chase through the hills to deliver it first. It's the opportunity to race planes through the skyscrapers of downtown as the sunset paints the sky gorgeous shades of orange and purple. Even though homes in the game are essentially just places to take in picturesque views of the city and spectate other players in "news broadcasts" on TV, I've got my eye on a particular highrise luxury apartment. I actually want my character to succeed, to make something of herself here and rise above the brutal streets of Los Santos.

Los Santos doesn't look as sharp or lively online as off. Texture pop-in is much more noticeable, and there's less traffic on the roads. But it's still a diverse and gorgeous setting, and in GTA Online, it gives you more fun stuff to do with other players than any other open world action game. The unpredictable human element is both an asset and a liability, and the technical problems that have plagued it are far too significant to be ignored. But when it clicks, as it often does, there's nothing quite like GTA Online.

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The Good
Wonderful variety of missions and activities
Gorgeous, diverse world serves as a backdrop to your adventures
Plenty of opportunity to have memorable adventures with friends
The Bad
Plagued with bugs and performance problems
Most of the early content is bland
7
Good
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About the Author

Carolyn has been a huge fan of the Grand Theft Auto games ever since she hit the streets of Liberty City in GTA III. She is definitely not currently wanted by police in 17 states.

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Brett Todd loves the GTA series, and untold hours of his life have gone into playing GTAs III through V.
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i don't see why these should be reviewed separately as no other game gets the same treatment. Like i said GTA V is not perfect and multiplayer is a big crap. the game don't diverse a 10

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@WillyWynn Since GTA Online didn't launch alongside GTA V, we had little choice but to review GTA V separately. It's true that we could have covered GTA Online as an update to the GTA V review, but we've instead opted to review it in the same way we would a piece of DLC which is, in effect, what it is.

One of the benefits of this approach is that, in time, when GTA Online evolves into something quite different, we'll be able to revisit this review without impacting the review of GTA V which, in relative terms, is unlikely to change significantly at this point.

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@JusticeCovert @WillyWynn It's not even complete yet, they need to add heists and player created missions and races. Maybe wait until Rockstar finishes the game before you slam it with a 7/10 score for the obvious issues they had. This is the most fun I've had in an online game since Quake in 1996. I've been hooked on it. To read this review is like listening to a troll grind their nails on a chalkboard. It's infuriatingly annoying.

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@JusticeCovert @WillyWynn All this is crap. A second review is a Gamespot double dip. Another way to drag Carolyn through the mud and get some more page views.

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@JusticeCovert @WillyWynn You consider something you neither have to pay for, or subscribe to a piece of downloadable content, when in fact it is no extension or addition to the main campaign merely a button press on the controller and the switch of an additional character?

The online portion is completely integrated into the "package" you buy at the store there not separate and therefore should not be treated as such. I don't buy a cheeseburger and then write a critical review separate from my meal experience on the lettuce they used.

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@galactic88

The lettuce doesn't come to your table 2 weeks after you've eaten, digested and passed the burger you speak of.

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@DoogyDonDoogy @ziproy @galactic88 But you gotta wonder why something so pointless as if he wants an argument to start over nothing. He added nothing to the issue. Why a separate review? because it was significantly different then the offline game which it is period. He post was just pointless over little things.

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@galactic88 All data is data so you are feeling upset by the means which it was delivered (prior instead of latter) Do you always argue pointless semantics?

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@ziproy @galactic88 He has a right to voice his opinion whether it be a negative one or positive one and also whether you agree with them or not

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@ziproy @galactic88
Thank you Ziproy! Took the words out of my mouth. If anything, I am happy Carolyn got to redeem herself and earn some respect back from me at least. I am glad it got its own review and glad Carolyn did it.

As for why does this game "get special treatment"; not only is what the moderator said a good point, but this is GTA5. Its the biggest game release in history. The original review has 22k comments for God's sake. Get a life.

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@galactic88 If the existence of the review pisses you off so much then don't read it and don't comment.

No one wants to hear you complain about nothing

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@DarkTempest7 Im using adblock on Firefox, no problems here dude.

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To me, GTA Online is an achievement. For that, I can forgive Rockstar. We're not simply talking about a typical online game. We're talking about the vision that I think many people had for GTA since MMO gaming became a major thing. Expecting something like this to run smoothly is a little foolhardy. It should be expected that it will run smoothly eventually, but this is certainly a new venture, a new kind of MMO. Stability issues aside, I can see GTA Online becoming a model for other MMO's trying to mimic it. Heck, APB was a failed attempt at replicating at least part of the experience. The simple fact that Rockstar was finally able to convey their philosophy and design into an online world is suggestive of what a bright future holds for this franchise. If this is what the first inception of GTA Online is like, one can only imagine what future installments will be like, or even what the PC version might be like. I don't mean this to say that we shouldn't get our values worth of a game (which the single player portion brings anyway), but I do mean that it is a great start to something we can expect much better things from, hopefully in the near future.

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Does this mean the overall score of GTA V should be 8? That's the average between 7 and 9 - i don't see why these should be reviewed separately as no other game gets the same treatment.

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@joel_c17 would you have preferred to wait a few months until GTA online was released before they did a review of the game?

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@sam2118 @joel_c17
You cant fix stupid. Sorry Joel....It'll be okay...one day

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That's an honest rating. Great job Gamespot!

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A 7 is honestly about what I would give it also. A very good and valid review.

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I've still only been able to play online once. I keep timing out. My internet connection is great, I pay enough to where it better be. Of course, I kind of gave up trying to connect after the first week, so I've only attempted a couple times a week since. Maybe I'm just trying at the wrong times (servers shouldn't be too packed at 9am though. I work third shift). I loved the story mode and the game was worth the purchase just for that. The online mode is just a bonus to me. A hopefully fun excuse to keep spending time in Los Santos. Hopefully I'll be able to connect regularly soon so I can get more enjoyment out of GTA. In fact, it's time for another attempt.

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I don't get it but in her review it sounded as if gta online deserved more than a 7. To me it sounded like at least an 8 but no more than a 8.5. But overall, I think this review in my opinion is much better than her review on the story mode. A lot of her points are legit and I too agree that content in the early levels of the game are very limited but never took the fun out of it.

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@earthshaker1213 It's like any MMO, really. Early reviews are tough because they often don't accurately judge the full potential of the game. GTA Online though definitely shows potential to be an 8.5 once the technical issues have been settled.

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@freeden @earthshaker1213 Once the technical issues have been settled and they've made a couple other improvements, GTA Online could be the greatest online game evar.

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I'm canceling my gamespot account and switching to ign.

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Cool story bro!

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@MrCoolGuy420 IGN is nothing but bias and d*c* riding on R*. Gamespot reviews here is honest imo.

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@WiseLyrics @MrCoolGuy420 haha! have you played and read the TW Rome 2 review?

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@MrCoolGuy420 I'm sure everyone at gamespot will be devastated.

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@headstitch @MrCoolGuy420 They/We are Commence the Crying of a River ...NOW

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Sooo what you're telling me gamespot; overall GTA V gets a 16/10? when you add the 9.0 from the single player and this new made up score of 7.0 for the multiplayer. I'll take that.

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@legomyego21 That would be 16 out of 20.....

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@legomyego21 or a 16/20 genius, which is in turn an 8/10 or a 4/5. Depends what floats your boat.

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@legomyego21 You can't seriously be that stupid. You are just screwing with us surely.

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@speedfreak48t5p @legomyego21 I thought it was so obvious that no one would actually bite but congrats

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The crew at IGN is bigger than GAMESPOT, anyone playing atm?

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So you liked the character you created because it was a woman. And you rated the multiplayer with your experience with random online people.


I respect you Carolyn, but I cannot agree with you.

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Why are you trying to be so controversial gamespot

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@kasumi45 What about this review do you feel is controversial?

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Well she didn't insert her radical feminist mentality into this review...maybe she's learning. Not bad, 7 is fair.

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@Xyllix actually, her feminism isn't all that radical. I wouldn't call myself a feminist, but she definitely had some solid points with the gta v review.

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The second I heard her fucking voice.

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@Xyllix lol I want to punch a brick wall.

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Grand Theft Suck V is what it should've been called ...if you ask me. Why ...because they all suck, that's why.

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@BlackGenjii You came to a review about GTA Online just to say you hate GTA? That's pretty productive.

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@BlackGenjii Damnsooooon, that was clever

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If you enjoy the game awesome, who cares about someone else's opinion? The launch was flaky but I am sure she gave it a score based on the fact Rockstar said it would be a shitty launch. Jesus people settle the **** down and enjoy this awesome game. Did I mention this game is awesome?

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Why make a review of the online feature of a game? Isn't the online multiplayer PART of the whole game? Then give ALL GAMES THAT HAVE MULTIPLAYER TWO SCORES, 1 for the campaign/main story and another for the online multiplayer.

For me this is only a dull attempt to bring more attention to this regular and boring game.

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@KiriharaZro Because it was released separately to the SP game you buffoon.

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@Salt_AU

You still need the disc right? even if its released after ITS THE SAME GAME, you get that?

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@Salt_AU @KiriharaZro That's true about many SP games, Salt_AU. Whoops! Try again.

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@KiriharaZro Cuz the online came way after single player. And Rockstar does claim it to be a whole separate game.

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@LaserXUKM Really its a whole separate game??? you make different things in it? or just make a custom character and thats all

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@LaserXUKM @KiriharaZro So by that mentality every single developer should wait a month, and gamespot will automatically give it two reviews thats genius,

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@galactic88 they just do it right here

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@KiriharaZro I couldn't agree with you more KiriharaZro. I couldn't agree with you more, you nailed that one right on the head.

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I have only played a little of the online mode since there have been so many problems but it seemed to me like a solid albeit flawed addition to the wonderful single player. At this time the review seems fair to me considering the issues they are having although I am sure the game will be improved over time.

On a side note, judging by the hatred being spewed in some of these comments (especially on the YouTube video review)I think it is a safe bet what the next Feedbackula will be about.

Disagree with the review all you want but I will never understand why people have to resort to personal insults and degrading hateful comments. If you can't make a sound argument without using personal attacks then maybe you didn't have a good argument to begin with...

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    Grand Theft Auto V is an open-world crime epic set in the LA-inspired city of Los Santos around the lives of Franklin, a street hustler looking for real opportunities; Michael, a professional ex-con whose retirement isn't all he hoped it would be; and Trevor, a violent psychopath.
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