Today Take-Two Interactive Software announced s ome impressive new shipment figures for Red Dead Redemption 2 and Grand Theft Auto V during its quarterly financial conference call for investors and analysts.
RDR2 has sold 35 million copies. The tweet that these articles are referring clearly mentions it. Don't know why are they posting it as 34 million.
The article isn't referring to a tweet. It's referring to what was said during an investor call.
GTA 5 sucked. It was so boring. I loved grand theft auto 4.
How can you say V was boring, yet love IV? IV was so dull and had less mission variety than every other game in the series. Almost every mission was just driving to an area and killing everyone. With V Rockstar brought back some of the wackiness and playfulness of the previous games. V certainly had its issues, but it was a much stronger game overall.
I agree that 5 was not boring, but I prefer rockstar to be less wacky. At least to me, every game they have made looses a lot of its charm/appeal at some point because the reliance on stereotypical satire becomes too much. And that included gta 4 to me, But i liked that it took itself a bit more serious. With that being said. Trevor is my favorite wacky character they have made yet.
I enjoyed GTA 4, the music and talk radio was so good. However, GTA 5 was better in every other way..
We not getting GTA 6 til 2024 at most lol
Like they say everything is not for everybody,2 games that I just couldn't get into.
GTA5 servers are so toxic, it seems like for every 12 year old that grows up and matures a little there's another 100 waiting to take their place.
It's a cesspool of nut jobs
Would love a next gen version of RDR2.
Don't have the money for that.
GTAV is great and I know it's been around for much longer but it's such a shame RDR2 didn't get as much love as GTA did. RDR2 is a masterpiece and imo the best game yet!
This guys make more money then Any first party.
Those are some wild numbers. Wow! :o
I still haven't purchased GTA5 or RDR2 lol.
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