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Broadcasting student Josh Skura agrees. He says he’s “loving the game so far,” and that GTAV is “definitely a great game, so it should receive the high scores it has been getting.”
The 28-year-old gamer from Niagara Falls says he likes the “ability to switch between three different characters that all have their own strengths, weaknesses and different personalities.”
Another Welland gamer Kevin Rzewinski, 20, says he thinks several improvements have been made since GTAIV, including much better “vehicle handling, character [development] and [weapon] targeting.”
The Computer Systems Technician student says the game has met his high expectations.
“I recently mistook a screenshot of the game for a real-life photo, and it has one of the biggest maps in gaming; if not, the biggest.”
Kropf adds, “What sets the game apart [from many other games] is the open world. In GTA games, in general, you get to do things you can’t get away with in real life. Being able to do [anything you want] in a game gets people excited about it.”
Rzewinski says he thinks GTAV will most likely win Game of the Year at this year’s Spike Video Game Awards.
Kropf adds, “It has a good chance, indeed, but The Last of Us had an awesome storyline and a movie-like tone to it. It could go to either one, in my opinion.”