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Dear Rockstar, Please Don't Kill Your Employees

CraveOnline's Joey Esposito discusses the recent allegations against Rockstar Games, what it means for the industry, and what you can do to help.

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Troll_Police3192d ago

Just get Agent out this year to show everyone what GTA was supposed to be like using the power of the PS3.

Montrealien3192d ago

How`s is Agent btw? You know, since you clearly have played it. I can`t wait to see it! I am guessing that if it uses the true power iof the PS3 that can only mean native 1080p and zero draw in, like in all the amazing PS3 exclussives!

Troll_Police3192d ago (Edited 3192d ago )

Uh, since they don't have the Xbox and a DVD to hold them back we all know Agent will be truly amazing like all of the other truly amazing next gen PS3 exclusives that continue to raise the bar far beyond what's capable on any other console.

Montrealien3192d ago (Edited 3192d ago )

For me raising the bar at this point would be giving me an open world game like, oh I don't know, Infamous where there is a limitless draw distance and takes full advantage of my 1080p HD tv. If it can't do that, then I am sorry, the hardware bar the the PS3 should push is not being pushed at all.

Every console are fully capable of making amazing games, and the 5% more power the PS3 has over the 360 means nothing, case in point ME2. And I own ever major PS3 titles which I love however they are not leaps and bounds over what the 360 can do. Sorry to burst your fanboy bubble with simple logic.

SoapShoes3192d ago

Seems like these people need to defect over to Insomniac, voted one of the best places to work in California. They have great talent, but doesn't hurt to have more.

PimplePopperMD3192d ago

A horribly written article, full of grammatical errors. I certainly hope that fool doesnt get paid to be wrong on a variety of levels.

Montrealien3192d ago

of course he does not get payed, this is an article tmade for N4G, where there is not line between profesional writters and telentless hacks looking for cheap hits to their site.