GTA 5 Nintendo Switch INFO :
Forget everything you think you know about remastered video game rereleases, because new-gen Grand Theft Auto 5 punches the rule book, steals its car, and then reverses back over the battered, leathery remains just to be sure. The obvious question is ‘should I buy GTA 5 switch all over again?’ to which the answer is a resounding ‘Yes. Right this second.’
The improvements are numerous and obvious right from the get go. Better facial animation gives added weight to the already excellent vocal performances. A longer draw distance pulls you deeper into an open-world that was already obnoxious in its level of detail, but now feels even more exciting and alive. In fact it’s so beautiful that simply existing in the sun-bleached sprawl of Los Santos and surrounding countryside is as enjoyable as tearing through it on a lunatic murder spree. One of my favourite moments came when I flicked the radio off and drove slowly over a patch of lakeside dirt, listening to the crunch of gravel under my tyres while watching the afternoon sun peel across the water. Bliss.