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Submitted by Speed-Racer 698d ago | opinion piece

Five changes that need to be made in GTA V

Vyralize: With Grand Theft Auto V just a few months from release, this author looked ahead and thought I might give my opinion on what I hope Rockstar will fix with the latest GTA installment. (Grand Theft Auto V, PC, PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, Xbox One)

mcroddi  +   698d ago
We want Nico back!
Raccoon  +   698d ago
No we don't, he can stay in the past....
mcroddi  +   698d ago
cousin....okay. Wishful thinking.
SIRHC13  +   698d ago
Technically he is back, in the form of a playable multiplayer character.
theDECAY  +   698d ago
Boring article. This article is more about GTAIV...
porkChop  +   698d ago
Well yeah, it's talking about all the things GTA IV got wrong that the author wants fixed/changed in GTA V. When you're talking about anything you want improved in a sequel, you obviously have to talk about previous games in the series.
Speed-Racer  +   698d ago
Hmm maybe theDECAY has a copy of GTA 5 and we don't know :O
theDECAY  +   698d ago
The title of the article says, "Five changes that need to be made in GTA V."
It assumes all the same "issues" are in GTAV. That is also assuming you believe that they are negative things.
PerryCaravello  +   698d ago
I hope this game has a lot of trophies to obtain. I think it's safe to say that GTA5 is a must buy even if you don't play games.
T2  +   698d ago
just a more efficient travel system in terms of mechanics for the game... taxi was a good step but I think some sort of instant travel, although taking away a bit from the realism... if you want bigger maps its ok with me, but I don't want to get stranded on a mountain with a pedal bike like in gta san andreas, which aside from that one fact was the best game in the series. maybe a speed-dial taxi service, and a heli-taxi service would be ok...
koh  +   698d ago
Well having 3 characters you can instantly change between will help that a lot
titletownrelo  +   698d ago
How awesome would it be if along the way, you piss off some superhero (who looks a lot like Batman).
And throughout the story, "Batman" randomly appears in his batmobile disrupting chase scenes and maybe running over a bad guy who had you cornered.
GameSpawn  +   697d ago
No More Friend Missions
Seriously, the only thing that KILLED GTA4 for me was the endless want and need for your friends to be taken out to various places. It was an unwanted distraction when you were in the middle of heading over to start a mission, side mission or looking for hidden collectables and if you ignored all of them for too long you'd have one after another after another bugging you.

Having friends is cool and OK, but having to cater to their every need is just too much. If I want someone to go bowling with or play darts, let me call them when I want otherwise they can just bugger off.
PurpHerbison  +   697d ago
GTA4 felt sluggish on consoles and that killed it for me.

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