By Mike MahardyA few days ago, the PlayStation 4 came out, and we had a few questions about what it was like to play the GTA 5 expansion pack.
The short answer is that you can play it, but not much of it.
We played it with a controller, and while it looks a lot better than the game’s original release, it’s a pretty poor experience.
While it’s fun, it can be pretty frustrating if you don’t have a good setup for the game.
Here’s what we found: The biggest change is that it’s really easy to get lost in the open world, and not much else matters beyond that.
You’ll have to go in and out of the open-world, and you’ll occasionally have to wait for the camera to turn on, which is a pain in the arse.
There’s a small amount of driving in the game, but it’s limited to slow-mo driving and has a very limited number of cars.
For the most part, the open environment is easy to spot and you can get lost pretty easily.
I’m also not a fan of the game taking forever to load.
It’s a shame because it’s one of the best GTA games to date.
But GTA 5’s biggest problem is the open road.
Even though you can park cars, you can’t jump over them and get out of them.
A car can’t even be locked and unlocked.
In some places, the cars aren’t even visible on the map.
Some cars you’ll unlock with a simple radio command, while others require a lot of time and planning to unlock.
This can take a while, and it can make the game incredibly frustrating.
Thankfully, you’re able to use the PS4’s controller to drive the game around, but this is a game where you can just sit back and watch.
If you’re looking for a more enjoyable experience, you should probably skip the first expansion pack, and stick with the first.