"When Rockstar Games officially announced Grand Theft Auto V, it was late at night when I first heard of the news. As a result of this, I had a strange dream about what the game would look like." - JPS
it just better be a next gen game, if the assests are not also made with next gen consoles in mind it won't even look nearly as good as gtaiv on pc, let alone pc with mods!! Seriously, stop announcing games for this gen at all, I can't believe noone else is as sick of sub-hd console games as I am. They look terrible besides like 4 games. Uncharted 2,3 Killzone 2(not 3 that looked like ass) God of war 3 thats it, all the rest looks 7 years old!
That it would be as awful as Uncharted 3, Battlefield 3, and Modern Warfare 3.
In your silly comment you mentioned 4 of the best selling titles this Gen. All these Games are quality games. How about pulling your head out of your *** and start thinking
Its actually 3. UC is not even close to being the best selling titles
lol i had a dream about gta v last night too that the main character was a woman.
for some reason, if it's san andreas, i see a mission killing the cast of the jersey shore.
San Andreas = West Coast Jersey Shore = Easy Coast Wouldn't make any sense.
hahah ok bro let me rephrase that for the serious people.. hollywood is in san andreas, i just saw a mission where you have to kill 5 annoying group of wanna-be celebrities (similar to that of jersey shore), trying to make it in hollywood, just by being annoying. after all this is just a "dream" article, i wasn't serious lol... I'm serious on this thought, hoping it goes back to san andreas ;)
I had a dream that Grand Theft Auto V, took place in India. There were no rules, no lanes, no police, and if you drove into something noone cared. The right of way, was a simple task of deducing whose vehicle was bigger, simple and easy. Crossing the street was a breeze and about as exciting as WW2's Normandy landing. Ahhh the bliss.
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