Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas
Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas
4.5 Review



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Rockstar Games

2.1 GB

Apr 12, 2019


Rockstar Games

15 MB

April 13, 2019


Rockstar Games


September 11, 2020


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Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas is a 2004 action-adventure game developed by Rockstar North and published by Rockstar Games. It is the fifth main entry in the Grand Theft Auto series, following 2002's Grand Theft Auto: Vice City, and the seventh installment overall.


Five years ago Carl Johnson escaped from the pressures of life in Los Santos, San Andreas — a city tearing itself apart with gang trouble, drugs, and corruption. Where filmstars and millionaires do their best to avoid the dealers and gangbangers.


Now, it's the early '90s. Carl's got to go home. His mother has been murdered, his family has fallen apart and his childhood friends are all heading toward disaster.


On his return to the neighborhood, a couple of corrupt cops frame him for homicide. CJ is forced on a journey that takes him across the entire state of San Andreas, to save his family and to take control of the streets.

How to play

Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas is an action-adventure game with role-playing and stealth elements. Structured similarly to the previous two games in the series, the core gameplay consists of elements of third-person shooter and driving games, affording the player a large, open-world environment in which to move around.


Rockstar Games brings its biggest release to mobile yet with a vast open-world covering the state of San Andreas and its three major cities – Los Santos, San Fierro, and Las Venturas – with enhanced visual fidelity and over 70 hours of gameplay.


➤ Remastered, high-resolution graphics built specifically for mobile including lighting enhancements, an enriched color palette, and improved character models.

➤ Cloud save support for playing across all your mobile devices for Rockstar Social Club Members.

➤ Dual analog stick controls for full camera and movement control.

➤ Three different control schemes and customizable controls with contextual options to display buttons only when you need them.

➤Compatible with the MoGa Wireless Game Controllers and select Bluetooth and USB gamepads.

➤ Integrated with Immersion tactile effects.

➤ Tailor your visual experience with adjustable graphic settings.


Languages Supported: English, French, Italian, German, Spanish, Russian, and Japanese.

Editors' Review

Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas ©Copyright by Gamdise Do not Reproduce. By JoJo


This game carries over the gameplay of its predecessor and expands it considerably. Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas expands the concept of the series to include three full cities and the countryside between them. The gameplay is similarly expanded to include some explosive scenarios and amazing action movie-like thrills while maintaining the same very fun, free-form GTA feels. In short, Rockstar has done it again. San Andreas definitely lives up to the Grand Theft Auto name. In fact, it's arguably the best game in the series.


While Grand Theft Auto III is inspired by movies like The Godfather and Sin City, with several pages taken from the Scarface script, San Andreas draws inspiration from the ghetto and gangster fight movies of the early 90s. It's certainly more diverse than 2002's Sin City by any means and offers plenty of intertwined and completely separate plot threads that really help tell an effective story. While the characters don't grow or evolve in the same way that they do in adventure or role-playing games (except CJ), they are still very different from each other and do a good job of keeping things interesting.


The game is set in an open-world environment that players can explore and interact with at their leisure. The story follows former gangster Carl "CJ" Johnson as he returns home after the murder of his mother and is drawn back into his former life of gangs and crime while clashing with corrupt authorities and powerful criminals. Carl's journey takes him through the fictional U.S. state of San Andreas, which is based primarily on California and Nevada and includes three major cities: Los Santos (inspired by Los Angeles), San Fierro (San Francisco), and Las Venturas (Las Vegas).


The game references many realistic elements of the world, such as cities, regions, and landmarks, and its plot is based largely on several real-life events in Los Angeles in the early 1990s, including real-life rivalry street gangs, the 1980s, and early 1990s epidemics, the LAPD Walls scandal and the 1992 Los Angeles riots. Unlike its predecessor, San Andreas introduces gameplay elements incorporated in later games, including RPG-style mechanics, customization options for costumes and vehicle appearances, numerous events and minigames, and the inclusion of gambling games.


Like the previous games in the series, San Andreas features a fairly linear story that takes you through the various areas of the game. You'll start out limited to Los Santos - a story that proves this by claiming that an earthquake destroyed the bridges and roads that connect Los Santos to the surrounding areas - but will soon unlock the other two areas. The game also brings some very big surprises in the form of characters from previous entries in the series. These characters tie the GTA games together nicely, so while San Andreas feels very different from the other games in the series, you still feel like you're playing in the same universe.


However, while the basis of the gameplay - undertaking and completing missions - is similar to that of past GTA games, there are still many details to discover and new things to try. The player's character can walk, run, sprint, swim, climb and jump, as well as use weapons and various forms of physical combat. Players can drive a variety of vehicles, including cars, buses, semi-trailers, boats, fixed-wing aircraft, helicopters, trains, tanks, motorcycles, and bicycles. In addition to stealing cars, players can also import vehicles.


While storyline missions are necessary for the game to advance and unlock certain cities and content, players can complete them at their leisure. When not performing storyline missions, players are free to roam the cities and rural areas of San Andreas, eat at restaurants, or wreak havoc by attacking people and causing havoc. Players can participate in a variety of optional side quests that can enhance their character's attributes or provide other sources of income. This includes traditional side missions from past Grand Theft Auto games, such as dropping off cab passengers, putting out fires, getting injured people to hospitals, and fighting crime as vigilantes.


As you might expect, San Andreas has a wide variety of sounds. The game does a great job with engine noise and more. Vehicles such as jets, fast cars, and motorcycles all emit deep, hoarse tones that make them sound as fast and powerful as the real thing. gunfire sounds just as you'd expect, and the game's Pro Logic II support does a good job of correctly positioning the audio. san Andreas doesn't have DTS support, as the vice city does, but you probably won't notice any real difference.


On the other hand, you'll certainly notice how the quality of voice work has improved since that game. In a story-driven game like San Andreas, the voice acting has a profound impact on the story. rockstar has assembled an excellent cast for the game, and everyone does a great job with the dialogue. Also, San Andreas includes some very powerful radio stations, and one interesting thing is that the sound of the radio varies depending on the vehicle you're in - for example, the radio will sound appropriately low on an off-road vehicle. You can even buy bass boosters for your car at a tuning store, but given the one-off nature of vehicles in Grand Theft Auto games, I recommend you save your money.


Usually, when a game tries to do a million different things, it's an overly ambitious hodgepodge that can't manage to get its different parts to chill. With its strong storyline, well-written dialogue, great voice actors, impressive graphics, great game sounds, and extremely fun and diverse gameplay, Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas is a thrill ride not to be missed.


However, those who are morally opposed to the content of the Grand Theft Auto franchise won't find any difference this time around. The plot is still brutal, the characters are still ruthless, and the moral of the story is that there is no real moral. So, yes, this still isn't the type of fairy tale you want to show your kids (unless you want to tell them what not to do); but for adults who like crime dramas, action movies, and gangster rap, the device here is strong, offering plenty of twists, turns and interesting visceral situations. For longtime fans of the series, it even ties in quite well with Vice City and GTA3.


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