GMG has GTA V for $32.16

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  1. Ethrem

    Ethrem Notebook Prophet

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    Right now there's a sale going on at GMG on GTA V and you can stack the 20% off code "APR20" on top of it to take another 20% off. I've held off on buying it but that was a deal too good to pass up. It isn't the Steam version, its Rockstar's version.

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    killkenny1 Too weird to live, too rare to die.

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    GTA V is worth every penny they ask for.
    Bought it soon after release (also on GMG with 26% coupon) and never looked back.
    As a matter of fact, I'm currently finishing my second playthrough.
     
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    i_pk_pjers_i Even the ppl who never frown eventually break down

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    Every GTA is worth every penny, it's one of my favourite series of all time and it is truly a revolutionary series.
     
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    killkenny1 Too weird to live, too rare to die.

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    Indeed!
    Can't wait for GTA VI. Apparently it's already in development.
     
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    Starlight5 W I N T E R B O R N

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    I am utterly disappointed by GTA V. It completely failed to meet my expectations. Yes, great map - but ridiculous AI and terrible physics, even adjusted by great Killatomate's mod, make for dull gameplay. I'm not even talking about problems with switchable graphics upon game release that was delayed multiple times, which weren't resolved for quite a long time - like a spit in notebook gamers faces. Hope GTA VI will be better.
     
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    thegh0sts Notebook Nobel Laureate

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    it's good if you're ok with it not being the steam version.
     
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    @thegh0sts actually it's terrible. Ability to run GTA V was even one of the factors I considered when choosing a tablet. High expectations are obviously my fault - but everything was pointing GTA V will be fantastic, in worst dream I couldn't imagine it to be that bad!
     
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    killkenny1 Too weird to live, too rare to die.

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    My only gripes with GTA V were a rather short story, inability to disable ambient music, and something else I forgot.
    Otherwise I liked the game a lot.
     
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    KING19 Notebook Deity

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    GTAV is usually on steam for $35 at times but still its a good deal and worth it

    Why would you expect to run GTA V on a tablet?

    Besides GTA V is a very optimized game after a disaster GTA IV was at release, I remember those days very well

    I feel the same way but it was better than IV in terms of game play and extra features without getting bored so quickly. I still think GTASA was the best GTA game
     
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    @KING19 GTA V runs just fine on my main convertible tablet with HD4600, and many other similar devices (HD5500 and above). I expected GTA V to run fine because at the time of release was using a slightly slower both CPU and GPU-wise business notebook, which lacked very little performance to run it comfortably; it was a machine with switchable graphics, thus was plagued with all the early problems. Recent iGPUs are powerful enough for most games except some current AAA titles.
     
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