"Where to go after San Andreas? To make matters even worse for Rockstar Games, it's the next-gen debut of GTA; to say expectations are virtually insurmountable would be a monumental understatement. Still, it seems Rockstar North is supremely confident of re-inventing the open-world experience they established on the last generation of consoles, arguably the most noteworthy genre of that era.
Perhaps one of the most visually impressive touches is the enhancement made to the cinematic camera option. Prevalent in previous GTA titles, the ability to quickly switch to the cinematic camera without flicking through the various different shots means that what was essentially a useless feature now has a genuine purpose. From the able demonstrations of Rockstar's driving skills it also appears that Rockstar North has tightened up the cinematic camera angles on offer, removing those that were completely unplayable, to ensure playing with funky camera positions is actually quite viable this time around
Despite seeing a lot, Rockstar are deliberately holding back on a lot of GTA4, fearing that they gave too much away in the lead-up to San Andreas release. Hinted at towards the end of the demonstration, Rockstar's representatives teased towards the multiplayer options and claimed we'll know more with the next build when it's finally time for us to go Hands On with the behemoth that is GTA4 "