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We're spending a ton of time playing the game right now – all in the name of reviewing it, of course! – but before that, we've got a little in-game footage for you from the early parts of the adventure in Los Santos. So, if you've been wondering how it looks on the Xbox One, wonder no longer!
A word of caution: Bad language has been kept to a minimum in the video, but there are still some instances of it present.
Stay tuned for the full review!
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