The calm, magical voice of Morgan Freeman—impersonated by Jason Stephens—makes us forget that GTA V is full of murder and turns Franklin's vacation in Los Santos into a peaceful tale.
Like many of the millions of Americans who got Grand Theft Auto V on or soon after its Sept. 17 release, I spent much of that first weekend in Los Santos, the game's fictional mega-metropolis. Having bought, binged on, and beaten the game, I can mouth my own oohs and ahs.
Most parents will never let kids go watch an R-rated movie. But, according to this video game retail veteran, they have no problem letting them play the M-rated—the game world equivalent to R-rated—Grand Theft Auto V. In fact, they're buying it for them. Good parenting, America!
Finally, Grand Theft Auto V is here. The Kotaku review says that this crime simulation game set in a fictionalized Los Angeles is truly amazing. The realism is exquisitely gritty, the attention to detail staggering, and the story is a roller coaster. Kids, remember that pretending to be a criminal is a lot of fun…
The level of realism and scale of next-generation games is staggering. This is Los Santos, the world of the fifth installment of the crime simulation game series Grand Theft Auto. It's truly as big and detailed as real-life Los Angeles, the city that inspired it.
The free-range crime simulation known as Grand Theft Auto V will give you 15 radio stations—all full of licensed songs—hosted by famous DJs, so you can sing along in your stolen car while driving from killing someone to robbing from someone else.