Drawing close to the conclusion of 2004 brought upon the release of the highly anticipated Grand Theft Auto San Andreas, the final episode of the GTA series. It shows the experiences and encounters that Carl "CJ" Johnson goes through while trying to take back his home city of San Andreas. Carl is called by his brother Sean "Sweet" Johnson, Sweet informs Carl that their mother has died. Carl Jumps on the next flight from Liberty city to San Andreas. On a desperate attempt to take back the streets and once again defeat the Gangs of San Andreas, Carl and his friends, Melvin "Big Smoke" Harris, Lance "Ryder" Wilson and Ceaser Vialpando try to regain control once and for all.
San Andreas consists of three main islands; Los Santos (Los Angeles), San Fierro (San Francisco), and Las Venturas (Las Vegas). The first main points is regain control and make a comeback with the Grove Street Families (Carl's Gang) after many attempts it becomes clear that they will need a lot of power and alliances to defeat their rivals. After many gang wars and losses Carl is forced to leave the City of Los Santos and heads to San Fierro. He works with his allies and the gang warfare ceases. Carl ends up as a high roller and with the help of his brother and his homies they regain control. This new installment has significantly improved from the last two series (Liberty City, Vice City). It has become less restricted and you are able to move more freely through the game. There are also references to previous GTA games which are included for your enjoyment.
In other previous games your progress is made by completing missions. These will normally consist of driving people around, taking people "out" and killing the odd mafia boss hear and there. You will find that the missions in this new game are much more exciting and adventures than the previous games. It is also easier to see what it is that you have o do to complete the mission and the text has become clearer and easier to understand. The characters in this game are out nicely together and seem to be more fluid.
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There has also been some advancement in the technology so the game is more realistic. San Andreas will put some fairly interesting surprises in your road to victory.