Missed opportunity to do what - pander to shrill, man-hating feminists who think that everything has to be about women?
Ah, Christ. No, you can't level up your character offline. All this is saying is that when you create your character you'll choose their usual activities which will determine their starting stats... kind of like in Fallout 3 and New Vegas with the personality tests. To level them up after that, you'll have to play the game. Guess they stopped teaching reading comprehension in schools...
So, inflammatory clickbait then?
Two. One is a mandatory install, the other is the game disk.
GTAV for PS3 = $60 GTAV for the PS4 you don't even want because there are no other games worth getting for it and it doesn't really do anything new, but goddamn, you just HAD to have the newest console as soon as it came out = $400-500? Ditto for 360/One. Gee, I wonder which will sell better. Huh.
Meh. Watch Dogs is pretty, but how does it play? Is it actually fun? We have no idea. Look at the Assassin's Creed series: pretty games, but often annoying, and they may have an open world but they're not really sandboxes because there's not a whole lot you can do besides the story. At least with GTA, we may not know every feature and detail, but we have a pretty good idea what that game will be like.
Uh, Rockstar has provided bullshots before: Vice City. And even if these aren't technically bullshots because they're rendered in the game engine, they're using effects and camera angles to pretty them up that we might never see in the actual game. Everything from the Epsilon screensaver looks current gen to me, BTW. Look at the textures and the geometry. The water is nice, but game water has been looking good for quite a while now.
You're kidding, right? The waves and shadows look good, but they looked good in RDR too. The sky kind of looks like shit and the geometry screams current gen.
So by "while everyone flocks to next gen", what you really mean is "while early adopters pay top dollar to buy into a platform with very little software available to it and ignore the perfectly servicible PS3 or 360 they already have which is currently in the period of a console's lifecycle when some of the most technically advanced and optimized games are released for it". Right?
Good lord, people. Reading comprehension. "There is not one gamer who is going to sit out of GTA V hoping that something that is going to come along down the road that's better." In other words: "No, you dumb shit, we're not going to release a next-gen version later because we expect everyone will have already have bought the current-gen version." He could be lying. He could change his mind later. ...
A console's best games often come out at the end of its lifetime, while launch titles for a new console are usually little more than glorified tech demos for a system that no one knows quite what to do with.
Oh shit, is it going to be a whole station of retro synth music? SHUT UP AND TAKE MY MONEY.
Because, oh retarded dipshit, the people who are actually working on the trailer, or going to work on the trailer, aren't at those other studios. Which means that at the very least, they'd either get a different trailer from the one they wanted, or they'd have to spend a bunch of money to rush everyone out to the other studio just so they could stay up late working on a trailer that doesn't even have a public release date to meet. Or, y'know, they could ju...
You're half right. The best character was Tommy Vercetti. First, he was a fun guy (you know, as long as you were on his good side) with a great sarcastic sense of humor. Second, and more importantly, he had INITIATIVE. Less than halfway through Vice City he starts building his own criminal empire. A lot of the missions you do are written like he WANTS to do these things, like they're going to build up his power or something. And during the last mission you find out th...
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