V Things I do not want to see in GTA V (NoobFeed)

Marco from NoobFeed says" But instead of talking about what I want out of GTA V, I decided to just list the points that I don’t want to see in GTA V. You know that one feature that made you twist your face in one of the previous games? Chances are they’re exactly what I want out of what is already touted as one of next year’s most anticipated games."

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RivetCityGhoul2221d ago

i just don't want friends calling me to hangout, one of the most annoying things about GTA IV. plus i hope they don't put as many radio stations into GTA V. i found more radio stations to be bother because half of them sucked or they had like one or two songs that were good. unlike the past GTA's each radio station had a abundance of good tunes plus they were memorable too, ten or eleven station is preferable to me, twenty stations is way too much. Also i'd actually like to see a zombie DLC like Red Dead Redemption, not really a zombie mode.

Zuperman2221d ago

Agree or Disagree...

1. Zombie Mode
2. Car Customization
3. Personal Customization

andibandit2221d ago (Edited 2221d ago )

None of the above, if theres one thing i dont want in the next gta its
Bruce Kibbutz

PS3Freak2221d ago

Car customization is something I'd really like to see back, the other two though; not so much.

Donnieboi2221d ago

Stuff I don't wanna see the in Gta 5:

A face button for running/sprinting. A shoulder button is better since I can still keep my thumb on the right analog stick (like in LA Noir, Saints Row 2, etc)

Slow heavy boring cars like in GTA 4.

Shallow fist fighting. Once again, Saints Row 2 (which was greater than 3, but not the best sandbox ever) had the best melee system. Yeah, Sleeping Dogs is deeper, but Saints is deep yet simple enough for casual players too.

Lack of persistent replay value: now of course it will have tons of side missions, but if their not persistently engaging (like turf wars in San Andreas, Drug trafficking like Chinatown wars, or property control like Vice City Stories, then i'm not interested. Who cares about golf, demolition derby's, etc if it has no persistent ability to challenge you to defend your previous conquests (example: defending turf u already earned, or protecting drug spots u used to control but are now under fire).

MrAnderson2221d ago

I want

1. Better music
2. no fools telling me to come bowl with them
3. more modes of transport, i want police motorbikes, mountain bikes, parachutes, biplanes, jets, all that stuff BACK.
4. more interesting characters
5. car customization back

Jinkies2221d ago

I don't know about the Zombie thing, if was any other game then fair enough but in a game as big as GTAV, it could be amazing if Rockstar pull it off right.

However I would add other supernatural enemies like Mummies, Ghosts, Warewolfs, Vampires, Witches etc so it's not just "another Zombie" DLC

Running over a Mummy in my Monster truck (if there is one) while listening to an old 90s rock song....sounds good to me

CptFalcon2221d ago (Edited 2221d ago )

Wtf is wrong with people nowadays?
Why does every fucking game need a zombie mode? It's just pathetic to talk about this when the game isn't even out yet.

Like those stupid zombies are more important then the original game itself.


MeatAbstract2221d ago (Edited 2221d ago )

People talk about it because Rockstar San Diego had the Undead Nightmare DLC for RDR which was excellent. It wasn't just a simple 'mode', it was a shorter but new campaign set in a zombie apocalypse and they did it very well. And it was cheap. It was successful as well, so I wouldn't look past the idea that Rockstar North would be considering something like it.

It's not pathetic to speculate what the future may hold for GTA V. We already basically know what we're gonna get: Steal cars, work for dangerous people, kill cops etc.

I for one would be interested if we saw some sort of supernatural themed DLC next Halloween for GTA V. If you don't like that sort of stuff, then you simply don't buy it, yeah?

GTRrocker6662221d ago (Edited 2221d ago )

Less dating and friend stuff. I dont even like doing that stuff in real life. Why would I want to do it in a video game? I want to do stuff that I cant do in real life, like bank heists. Or steal cars and sell the parts on a black market. More effort should have been put into that in GTA4 instead of the social aspect with npcs. I think that was GTA4s biggest downfall. Less fun in exchange for a real life simulator or something

porkChop2221d ago

I don't want to see a zombie mode or a horde mode. Both are getting very played out. Developers need to stop being lazy, and actually try designing their own original and fun modes.

I was also very disappointed that with GTA IV Rockstar sacrificed fun wherever possible if it would allow more "realism". GTA was always about over-the-top fun, that's why they became so popular. It's never a good thing to ignore your roots, and I hope they ramp up the fun factor in GTA V.

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