Gta San Andreas Review
The greatest game on the playstation 2. Here is my review for grand theft auto san andreas. In story you are cj carl Johnson. Who’s been on the east coast for the last five years due to a death in the family and it is only fitting that the reason for your absence is the catalyst. For your return before coming home though, you are greeted to the game’s main antagonist officer tim penny voiced by none other than samuel l Jackson. oh here we go again and so it begins an awesome adventure through all of san andreas. Which is filled with three great locations fictional versions of los angeles, san francisco and las vegas. And tons of unique characters all with excellently written dialogue loads of activities skills to master vehicles, guns. You name it san andreas is one of the best games of its generation and super hot take but gta 5 is nothing without san andreas. There is a lot of ugly textures. There’s popping repetitive character models but what’s still impressive is the scale of it all the six locations, three cities and three counties. All diverse in design and are fully represent the real-life counterparts for example you have tons of restaurants industrial zones, railroads, garages, gyms. A massive collection of cars, clothing stores all to customize cj. Of course you have hospitals, police stations. San andreas has everything exploring it and finding out. Its secrets is part of the fun.
System Minimum Requirements
OS: Microsoft Windows 2000/XP
Processor: 1Ghz Pentium III or AMD Athlon Processor
Memory: 256MB of RAM
Graphics: 64MB Video Card (Geforce 3 or better)
Hard Drive: 3.6GB of free hard disk space
Other Requirements: Software installations required including DirectX and Sony DADC SecuROM.
System Recommended Requirements
Processor: Intel Core i3 or AMD Ryzen 5 Processor
Memory: 4GB of RAM or more
Graphics: Video Card Geforce 6 Series Recommended
Hard Drive: 4.7GB of free hard disk space
Sound Card: DirectX 9 compatible Sound Card