Reviews from

in the past

One of my greatest gaming experiences. Played this when I was just a kid in middle school back in 04-05. One of if not the first game to show me and many people how big games can get as far as open world and free exploraton to do whatever you want. Cj is a badass

All you had to do, was follow the DAMN TRAIN CJ!

You picked the wrong house fool!

The best DLC of this game of course is "GTA Rio de Janeiro", i'll never forget the afternoons playing this with the boys.

O primeiro e único GTA que terminei, divertido do inicio ao fim.

jogava mais pra ficar explodindo os outro o modo historia nunca me chamou a atenção

I could happily spend the entire game just shopping in binco and suburban.

This is probably nostalgia talking

From a purely gameplay standpoint, Rockstar perfected the GTA formula with San Andreas. The last of the golden era of GTA games.
The amount of customization you can do with the main character CJ is astronomical in comparison to the previous titles. Improve his strength and muscular appearance by hitting the weights at the gym, improve stamina by running, get fat by eating at Clucking Bell one too many times...
Driving/shooting/weapon stats can also be improved throughout the game - and there are many clothing/tattoo/hair styles that can be changed to create your very own version of CJ.
The game's map felt enormous back in the mid-2000s. 3 distinct cities (mirroring real life cities: Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Las Vegas) the countryside, mountains, and desert areas in between made traversal a blast. The soundtrack/radio stations reflects the 90's era, in which the game is set, and the diverse locations perfectly.
There are so many mini-games too that can keep you occupied throughout the game - turf warfare, billiards, all the casino/gambling games, arcade machines, etc.
The voice talent on display here is AAA level - who can ever forget Officer Tenpenny being voiced by Samuel Jackson as the primary and stand-out antagonist throughout the game.
An overall amazing gameplay experience, that I cannot believe is close to turning 20 years old...

I’ll have two number 9s, a number 9 large, a number 6 with extra dip, a number 7, two number 45s, one with cheese, and a large soda.
i feel like its a bit overrated,yes its good and every point and no the story is not good.

Gameplay isn't bad at all but the missions can be pretty repetitive & annoying sometimes. Characters are entertaining enough but didn't wanna push through the lame missions to get to the end of the story.

"I'll have two number 9's, a number 9 large, a number 6 with extra dip, a number 7, two number 45's, one with cheese, and a large soda."

Really fun, but clunky af. Never finished it, though.

I entered the world of San Andreas for the memes, and i left with the realization that this is a solid title. The game has lots of quirks which really highlights the moments that this game has between quirk and serious. Some missions were a bit troublesome, and some of the trophies for PSN were really boring to get.

I thank this game for my childhood introduction to classic rock.

"I'll have two number 9s, a number 9 large, a number 6 with extra dip, a number 7, two number 45s, one with cheese, and a large soda."

This game is just pure nostalgia for me. I've beaten this game multiple times already. It never gets old


to say that a whole generation grew up with this game wouldn't be an exaggeration

a versão q eu joguei era piratona com npc torcedores de time brasileiros e na capa falava q era o 4 kkkkkk