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GTA V on Xbox 360 Still A-OK


Everyone is talking about GTA V on the Xbox One, PC, etc - the remastered version. I have a few points on why the Xbox 360 still does the trick for me though!

Grand Theft Auto V, a game that was originally released in 2013 for XBox 360 and Playstation 3, was recently re-released in a remastered version for XBox One and Playstation 4. The newest version has everyone talking about the many upgrades the developers included in the game. It’s an exciting time for GTA 5 fans who are owners of the latest consoles. But not everyone has upgraded to the latest consoles. PS4 and XBox One are only a year old, and many gamers find no reason to upgrade just yet. If you have an XBox 360, you’ll find that the original release of GTA V is nothing to shake your head at.

When GTA V was released in 2013, it quickly became the most popular of the GTA games, and with good reason. The game features a unique storyline mode that follows three different protagonists at different times throughout the game. The graphics of the game are impressive, and it’s clear that a lot of attention to detail went into the design of this game. There are a number of easter eggs planted throughout the game to get gamers excited as well.

The original GTA V is game in which you can always customize your gameplay experience. There are updates occurring all the time with additional content for the game. Most players love to use cheat codes to modify the game. They use these to change the weather, to give their character almost any vehicle they want, or to provide themselves with maximum health. There’s even a cheat called Moon Gravity that gives your character the ability to make extremely long jumps. These are just a small sample of the things you can do with cheat codes in the game. Being able to modify your gameplay makes the original GTA V for XBox 360 a fun game to play for a long time.

While the re-release of GTA V is exciting for those who are playing the latest generation systems, the XBox 360 version still has a ton to offer. Check out why this game became so popular in the first place.

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About DatGameSweatone of us since 6:24 PM on 01.25.2015

I game, I sweat. So what??