Gaming Blend "Earlier today Rockstar Games announced that Grand Theft Auto 5 is on the way. With no details currently known, this seems like a good opportunity to state our hopes for the upcoming sandbox game. "
Bringing back the large and open areas as seen in San Andreas is the most important thing for me. I want to get out of the city again.
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1.) Checkpoints 2.) More variety in missions like in ballad for gay tony
Gay Tony was the pinnacle of the entire GTA4 game. It was a perfect mixture of humour, craziness, and gritty realism
Make the game fun like 'The Ballad Of Gay Tony' and have the ability to replay your favorite missions once you finish with the storyline.A huge open world,preferably like Just Cause 2 (it's possible) would be awesome.Also,tons of great side missions like the ones in GTA IV.Mission variety should be similar to GTA:San Andreas,which is still unmatched in that area.
No more lock-on targeting (it's archaic and takes much of the feel and challenge out of the gun-play), better car handling (more realistic, please), much greater variety of missions, allow us to have a little more fun in the sandbox (kill frenzies and airplanes, etc.) and more responsive controls. GTA IV is one of the laggiest games this gen as regards input, and I found it off-putting.
GTA4 had more realistic car handling or at least more real then previous or other open world games. The cars actually felt like they had real weight, under-steer etc.
Yep, right track but not quite there.
I agree, but they needed MORE weight. I tipped over a few too many times in wide-axel vehicles that should have went into a spin-out instead of tipping over. The center of mass is about right but the mass itself needed more weight. I mention this especially for drifting purposes, since it wasn't really possible without modifying the handling.cfg :P
BMX - the only vehicle you need to evade a tank. Good call Dragon Born. I apologise if I go on a bit now. I loved GTA 4. Yes it was a different experience compared to SA and VC but R* created the most detailed and realistic city yet seen in a game. It was great to become immersed in. With TLAD and Gay Tony R* were on the right track of adding the activities that GTA fans had come to expect. They did this without compromising what they had achieved in 4. They then with RDR created a detailed depiction of the hard country of a rapidly developing United States. It would be great to see them combine these aspects. It also makes sense. I can't agree with having a map the size of Just Cause. I feel that would be in detriment to the game. However i'd love to see one large city surrounded by countryside and dotted with say 3 or 4 towns. I'd like to see twisting mountain roads set against the backdrop of some of Americas gorgeous national park. I'd like to be able to drive to the top put snowchains on my car and have to brake hard to avoid hitting a moose. Once i'm there, I want to jump a scrambler of the top and parachute of and land on a hovercraft. From there take it for a wild ride through an everglades type area avoiding alligators and end up robbing a convenience store at gunpoint in a back country American town. That is what I want from GTA 5.
what i dont want to see is loads of day one dlc for weapons, skins, cars. the way gaming is at the moment if rockstar go the same road, gta could be the worst game in history for dlc. i mean i looooove gta but if they go the micro transactions route for every bit of content in the game i will just have to give it a miss, i refuse to support these disc locked content bitches.
come on, this is R* we are talking about. they just don't roll that way.... (or at least I would like to hope that's the case... dear God I hope they have not been infected with the virus known as chop&shop dlc penny pinching evilness) Look at what they did with gta4 and red dead, they had great dlc expansions. I would like to think R* will follow in the same light. I bought all the dlc for GTA and the zombie expansion for RD. I like to support devs that have good habits towards dlc, not like epic and Rocksteady etc..
I think R* are one of the only developers who actually like us. However LA Noire was a bit worrying but I feel R* may have gone down the pre order dlc route to make money back. As I understand it LA Noire was a financial blackhole.
Vehicle customization, being able to dive underwater, character customization and stats, different fighting styles, airplanes/jets, tanks/monster trucks/race cars/dirt bikes/BMX/mountain bikes/Dump trucks/Combines/tractors etc, demolition derbys/mx races, jetpacks, submarines, hovercrafts, speedboats, different types of collectibles, ability to buy property and safehouses, turf wars, recruit friends/gang members. I could go on further but there's no need. Pretty much make it san andreas with even more.
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