If you have been a core gamer for past decade then you are aware of Rockstar Games, and their unorthodox ways of business. At last year’s E3 the developer opted out of making an appearance entirely. This year however, the stakes were a bit higher for everyone so there was more to lose had they stayed home. As most are aware, GTA V is set to release in September this year after suffering a previous delay. With this in mind, it seemed strange for Rockstar to not make their presence felt as their most anticipated release in years draws closer.
Some sources say that Rockstar originally planned to have a playable demo on the E3 floor, but it hasn’t been confirmed to be fact. Furthermore, Sony is going to release a bundle for the fifth installment. So once again the question must be begged, why was there no gameplay for GTA V? Rest assure that this game will sell itself, but how much longer will the fans endure not having a solid vision of what the game will play like. So far there have already been a few trailers revealed and a plethora of screenshots released/leaked to the public to keep appetites from becoming ravenous.