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Discussion in 'Video Games & Weeaboo Shit' started by Milwin, Jul 10, 2013.
this is the new gameplay trailer of gta5
The game got me hooked in it.
man fuck the missions world looks beautiful :3
changing places with a character and seeing he has a 5 star police rank always gives me boners
too bad there will be no Radio Los Santos
radio los santos IS in the game
Los Santos Rock Radio nigga, that aint Radio Los Santos.
maybe it will be in the game, but we just don't know yet.
it will be the greatest game in history even better than Call of Duty Ghosts
Looks good, I hope they add more shit in the multiplayer though
I'll be tied up for the next week or two
Well that kitteh is much like me; even though the whore is dying, you can still look up her skirt.
Got it on the first day. Here's a conversation between me and a VG shop employee:
"Do you want to preorder GTA5?"
"How much does it cost?"
"130$, but we've run out of special editions. Is that okay? Do you want to preorder?"
On opening day the game was 79-89$.
JOHNNY! NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO! ;_;
Today was the first time I had to stand in line at Gamstop.
When I reached the counter there were 6 copies left. Fuck an RSVP
My first impressions of the game is that it's basically GTA4 but improved in every conceivable way. It would honestly be a lot easier to list all the things they haven't improved on. The controls are a bit dodgy but that's only because I'm used to the GTA4 controls and the GTA5 controls are different in small, annoying ways. I think they're using a different game engine, TBH. From the looks of it they've essentially taken into consideration all the criticism levelled at GTA4. The characters and story are interesting. Very engaging. Customisation of weapons, clothes, cars, hair and skills are abundant. Honestly, I can't really find anything "wrong" with the game. The closest thing is that the cars and weapons and controls handle differently than GTA4. Not worse. Just... differently.
Controls were my biggest gripe with GTA4 and the main reason I never stuck with the game. 5 is a vast improvement on this imo.
I've played through about 5 missions today and it's action packed, the voiceovers are A+, and so far this is blowing San Andreas clear out of the water. I'll have more to say after I've played through at least 50% completion.
grand theft auto 5 made enough money on the first day of sales to completely cover the cost of making and advertising the game... that's like... groundbreaking, or some shit
I keep wondering who the fourth playable protagonist is going to be. If it turns out to be Michael's kid I'm going to punch somebody in the dick.
I'm glad to have contributed to it, frankly.
Where the fuck was that? EB Games?
Lol, I like how a store that is dedicated to video games, ask higher prices than a store like Kmart
Edit: my local EB is charging 110, kmart 80
Yeah, I found out that practically all other stores in the city were selling it for 90$ at most so I decided to buy elsewhere on opening day... except I checked back with EB that day and found out that they were in fact selling it for the same fucking price.
I didnt even need to buy it, two of my housemates got it so we have a copy for both xbox and ps3
Massive tip: Don't do any of the assassination/Lester missions until after you've beaten the game. Otherwise there's virtually no way to buy all the properties. (As far as the assassination/Lester missions are concerned, you have to start the mission then find out which stocks to buy then exist and have all three characters invest in them. The first, third and fifth missions are for the offline stock market while the second and fourth missions are for the online stock market.)
I fucking hate faggots who say X is basically Y, but improved, when it's a sequel of a video game that's been released on the same console. The same can be said about San Andreas and Vice City being GTA III but better.
A lot of sequels made for the same console will look the same; this has been going on ever since the first Mario Bros. game came out for the NES.
The Legend of Zelda and The Legend of Zelda II are exceptions.
Oh, yeah, I forgot my contribution.
Calm down, little bitch. Calm down. I wrote that specifically because Rockstar had clearly been listening to their customers as they've answered practically all criticism levelled at their last two major products.