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SA: First proper game I played, my eldest got me into it back in 2008, I really enjoyed running around a huge map as CJ, and liked a majority of the vehicles. Had it until 2010, but left it behind when I moved to Canada, got another copy for PS2 in 2012. Still enjoy it today. All time favourite- 10/10
LCS: Preferred it to III, but didn't scratch the surface to SA, don't have it any more- 6/10
VCS: Preferred it to LCS, and came close to SA with flying and a good protagonist (although I had no problem with Toni but I preferred it when Michael Madsen voiced him)- 8/10
IV: I enjoyed the first PS3 version of GTA. The protagonist was funny due to his wise-cracks and short temper. Occasionally play it for its lengthy and enjoyable storyline- 8/10
TLAD: Horrible, awful storyline, terrible graphics, the Slamvan was nice as was the automatic 9mm & shotgun, and the sawn-off were decent weapons but the protagonist was awful and the only good part besides the few mentioned before was Jim (killed) and the clubhouse (burned down)- 2/10
TBOGT: Much better improvement from TLAD. Better protagonist, vehicles and weapons. Storyline could've been longer- 9/10
V: Very enjoyable, didn't live up to the hype in pre-release but was still a good a game. Storyline was more in depth but not very long, vehicles are great along with the added DLC ones (except the hipster and Independence Day vehicles, albeit the Blade). Could've been better- 8/10
GTA V DLC Ratings
Beach Bum: Not bad, I liked that everything was free but the vehicles were mediocre. 5/10
Holiday Gifts: Could've had a vehicle or two. Snow was nice but wasn't around for long enough. 3/10
Business: The first update I really enjoyed. Great weapons (still use the Special Carbine as my "go-to-gun" during story mode and online), beatiful cars, one in particular, and great clothing. 10/10
High Life: Too similar to Business Pack. The rifle was okay, the cars were also too similar to the Business Pack but I liked the Huntley and Zentorno. Clothes were just like the Business Update as well. I did like the 2nd property option though. 7/10
I'm Not A Hipster: I'm definitely NOT a hipster so I hated this update. Weapons were poor, most of the clothes were bad and the Blade was the only cool car. 2/10
Independence Day: Weapons were fun (but I lost my Musket online after LTS), I liked some of the clothes but disliked the vehicles. Fireworks were fun too and the new houses were nice despite the garage size and identical interiors (but I stayed at 4 Hangman Avenue for about 5 months before returning to Tinsel Towers for garage space). 6/10
Flight School: No weapons being added was annoying, and the vehicles were mediocre. Flight School was nearly impossible but paid well. One $50,000 flight suit for clothing, not cool. 3/10
LTS: I liked the Furore and the combat outfits, particularly fingerless gloves, but the rest of the DLC was mediocre. 4/10
Festive: This one took too long to arrive but with the enhanced release, it's understandable. The Slamvan looked nice but handled awfully, the Rat-Truck also looked nice but had the same problem. The race-cars weren't significant but an extended snow run and added extras made this than it's predecessor the year before. Third property was a hassle because I am yet to have three full garages but I have three condos (Eclipse Towers 40, Tinsel Towers 42 and Integrity Way 28). 8/10
Heists: Now that it's not glitching all the time; heists are enjoyable (besides Prison Break, and Pac Standard is a last choice due to the cash loss). Insurgent is great, but the windows need to be armored, it helps in missions for chasing down vehicles or police chases (extremely useful in Bust Out) and the Kuruma (Armored) is an absolute life saver. Combat suit helps in missions as well, and the Flare Gun is a great novelty item. No vehicles featured in Story Mode though. 8/10
Ill-Gotten Gains Part 2 - Better weapons, worse clothing, vehicles about the same, Chino, Blackfin and the T20 were nice cars, the others including the not-too-much-speed-boat, that ugly Coil offroad monstrosity and the Vindicator were terrible. Everything was far too expensive again, but I liked The Lab more than I thought I would. Shameful that it was the last DLC on PS3, they could've done so much better to the loyal fans who have been there since the beginning. 7/10
Freemode Events Update - If and when I decide to get next-gen, I can comment on this DLC. For now, I haven't tried it so; 0/10.
GTA Online: Lowriders - Even before trying it, I can tell it'll be great. Cars look awesome, and I'm all for lowriders. Shame it wasn't added sooner. 5/10 (will be increased if and when I get next-gen).
Halloween Surprise - Didn't look too special, but the Franken Stange looked incredible. Flashlight seemed interesting, again, haven't tried it. 3/10 (will be increased if and when I get next-gen).