Sorry, but there are multiple flaws with this review. First off, if you want to try and sound smart by using more upper-class words, you need to type out the sentence properly. I saw multiple instances of a sentence that could have been worded better to fit in with the excessive use of those words. I don't mind if you do or don't use that kind of vocabulary in real life, but it's unnecessary to use it on a place like the Internet. Remember, the Internet isn't full of A-grade spellers and readers, you need to lower your work to a standard that most can understand.
As for you review, it was quite mediocre, all you did was point out flaws with the game, assuming Rockstar is to blame, your protagonist section drifted off into describing the story, rather than focusing on who the protagonists are. More images would work and prevent readers from getting bored too. Spelling and structuring wise, many pointed out spelling mistakes, but there's also areas where adding more punctuation would work. I'm not sure why you were against the map, but I'm fine if you don't like it, I found it to be very diverse, as it was all crafted and not generated. Your obsession with DLC annoys me too, as I find DLC a greedy way for companies to squeeze you out of your last cent.
You tried too hard to push in words that weren't needed just so you could sound smart (possibly to show reads you know what you're saying), an occasional one would have been fine, remember, this review is for others to see, not just for a small minority who may understand all of those words. Even in your replies here I can see multiple spelling mistakes, the most prominent one is the lower case I. Your review pointed out a lot of flaws that have to do with console limitations - something Rockstar can't help. I also can't help but feel you didn't know the meanings to all those words, but I could be wrong, I'm not going to state facts here that aren't proven. Trying to sound smart by using words like that will only make you look bad, spelling correctly is one of the best ways to show others on the Internet your words are worth reading.
Now, don't get me started on spelling, I'm the best speller in my school, having a huge understanding of how to properly structure a sentence while also using the correct words for it. If you can use those "fancy" words, as they call it, fine, but you will get nowhere if you keep writing reviews made for yourself. One other thing, what makes a game deserve a perfect 10? There's no real way to define a "perfect game", as the "perfect game" will always be different to others. I love GTA V, but it had a large amount of issues that could have been solved, but instead Rockstar are obsessed with this multiplayer aspect.
Your review overdid it with an excessively large amount of words that weren't needed, which will hinder your target audience. Wording it better and using more base words would work wonders, and you would have never gotten such criticism. Oh, yes, you also need to understand constructive criticism, if many users say your use of words is bad, then change it. Adjusting your work to what the audience wants will set you on a good track, I'm not saying you have to conform, as I hate "following the crowd", but if you only focus on yourself you won't get anywhere. Once again, I have no problem with how you use your vocabulary, but it won't help here on the Internet.
Good luck on your next review though...