"neither good nor bad"
The idea of the re-release of GTA San Andreas as a definitive edition was indeed amazing for fans, but does it not make it a title worthy of a "definitive" edition Maybe a worthy remaster for current gameplay? yes .
But the fact that they remake the game in the unreal engine (which is understandable seeing that it was not the rockstar who made the game and its engine is closed) Ignoring the models with often frightening features, we can be impressed by the beautiful scenarios and posters readable boards.
Generally? it's a great game if you want to play more satisfactorily these days, but it's not the best that could have been done, leaving a lot problems
I genuinely thought something, anything would be updated and improved upon. Did not read the difference between definitive and remaster. To call this a copy and paste job would do a disservice to the idea of copy and paste. How is it that the gunplay feels significantly worse, menu systems are missing, stats are harder to track down and monitor, and its well over a decade since initial release? Anyone who spent 60 dollars on this should get an immediate refund. Period.
SummaryExperience the blockbuster classic, updated for a new generation with across-the-board enhancements including brilliant new lighting and environmental upgrades, with high-resolution textures, increased draw distance, Grand Theft Auto V-style controls and targeting, and much more.