Submitted by raymond_zero_G 935d ago | article

Grand Theft Auto V: It's all in the Details

Marrying incredible scope with granular detail, the only way Rockstar knows how. (Grand Theft Auto V, PS3, Xbox 360)

Hazmat13  +   935d ago
all images shown was on consoles right?
edit well for consoles still looks damn good. more or less i think they focused on the city and made sure there is stuff to do.
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konnerbllb  +   935d ago
To me it just look like the engine doesn't handle characters and facial features all that well. It was like this in GTAIV too.

Here's hoping that in GTAVI they upgrade their engine and use some type of facial mocap like LA Noire.
DARK WITNESS  +   934d ago
come on now... how many open world games have the level of openness, detail, lighting, physics..etc and still pull of facial animation better then gta4, let alone gta5?

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