Grand City Gangster-Gang Crime is not a ground-breaking game, or even a good game, it is a free distraction from whatever you were otherwise doing. It is an early GTA (3D version) clone, and it offers around an hour of fun before it becomes too repetitive and bland.
Something to do in an evening
Grand City Gangster-Gang Crime has you running around a small city trying to complete gangster missions while avoiding the cops. It is a GTA clone, but it is a very cheaply produced game. The graphics are made up of simple objects that have been skinned. However, even despite that fact, the skinning on the cars and on the main character is rather good. It seems that the development company spent much more time on their car and player skins than they did on the rest of the game. The gangster missions include stealing cars, fetch quests, and murder missions. There is a distinct lack of variety when it comes to weapons and player equipment. This is the sort of game you may play when you have nothing else to do. If you want to enjoy the game, then try to complete it as quickly as you can because it is more fun if you force a more frantically-phrenetic pace.
A flawed and cheap game
Grand City Gangster-Gang Crime is an attempt by a cheap development company to churn out another game that capitalizes on the success of GTA and Saint’s Row games. The game looks cheap and nasty, and should only be used as a free game when you are sick of all your paid games. Besides its cheapness, the biggest flaw is the lack of a tutorial. It is very difficult trying to figure out which buttons on your keyboard do what thing. Gun handling is almost impossible without looking online to find out how other people are doing it. It’s lack of an age restriction may make it a younger-person’s GTA.