NowGamer reckons GTA V will be announced this year. Here is what it needs to do to be the best in the series.
I think that Los Angeles – or Los Santos – is the most likely location for the next GTA. It was my favourite part of San Andreas too. Can't wait to find out more.
I want next to be in San Adreas
hell yeah, just imagine san andreas in gta iv engine :) it would totally satisfy me :)
@anthrax euphoria engine is awesome piece of job...
you guys forget ALL R* games come with a mandatory delay. shure itll be announced this year but will be delayed 2 times after its announced.
Chicago or london.
They are too big. But with GLASGOW, they could accurately map the whole city. And it has a tough history of gang and sectarian violence.
PS3 exclusive take advantage of Blu-Ray!!!!!!!!
Xbox 360 version to come on 10 DVDs.
And be sub HD?? Have no foilage? Lower frame rate?? Like Red Dead Redemption?
If it was a PS3 exclusive, it would use an engine optimized for the PS3 and wouldn't have to be held back by using an engine that would run on the 360 AND the PS3.
that would be crazy if its a PS3 exclusive
It needs to be fun fun fun
I agree, I like fun, fun, fun.
agreed!! it needs to be as fun as the ORIGINAL gta. the graphics were for sh!t but the gameplay, man, i burned hours in that game. the over-the-top-ness of that game was just plain ridiculous. thats what GTA is about. not this realistic, simulated gta crap we have nowdays.
Saint's Row II is waiting for you.
Don't start that one again! No to Neo-Tokyo!
Tokyo would be cool...BUT they would have to one-up the Yakuza series in terms of locations. Those are pretty good representations (although fictional) of real life locations. Plus, I can hear the throngs of people claiming that Rockstar is stealing idea or some such nonsense. I say they either re-trace some footsteps with Vice City, San Andreas, or even London...or do something completely new to all of us...maybe GTA Nepal!!! okay maybe not!
Guess it depends what decade they do it in. Return to the 80's of Vice City would be sweet. Tons of Scarface references would be killer.
Vice City on PS3 i Like.
Needs to be fun again. Character customisation Buying cribs huge ass cribs Kitting up cars More open areas fun shit to do on the side e.g. destruction derby No cousin wanting to see "teeeeeteeees" every 2 seconds and lots of other stuff
HAHA teeeteeeess!!!! lol yea it needs to be fun, SA gave us gym and haircut etc etc that was great for people who like a little taste of customisation
panau - just cause 2 it needs to be bigger than panau. Just cause 2 biggest free-roaming game inthe history of free-roam sandbox games.
imagine Bolo Santosi made an apperance "Hello stranger, my name is Bolooooo Saaantosiiiiiii"
Bigger than Panau is a great idea. Just need more freeways and less water. I played Just Cause 2 to 83% completion before needing to send my PS3 out to get fixed (first time I EVER had to do that for any system, props to Sony for reliability). My only gripe (and a minor one at that) is how much of a pain it is to get from point A to point b in that game. Primarily because there were so few freeways. I guess they made up for it with an abundance of airfields. Wherever I was there was a chopper or airplane within the parachute's flight range. Which is why it's a minor gripe.
As long as this one has plains and isn't full of flat ugly terrain or repetitive textures. It should be great.
I would like Vice city to make a come back but the problem is it's not big enough they need to add a bridge leading to mainland. Like Vice City are only two small islands compared to the massive new edition around the screen. It could be massive if done right.
Its time for some 1980s again! Back to Vice city! Nothing beats that feel.
If It Was A PC Exclusive, I Own A Xbox 360 So Im Not A Fanboy & Im Also Building A Brilliant Gaming Rig, CPU : AMD Athlon II X3 Tri Core 450 3.20GHz, HDD : 500 GB Western Digital WD5000AAKS Caviar Blue, SATA 3Gb/s, 7200rpm, 16MB Cache, 8.9 ms, PSU : 500W Corsair CMPSU-500CXUK Builder Series, Graphics : ATi Radeon HD 5770, Case : Coolermaster Elite 335 Tower Case, BD Drive : Samsung SH-B123L/RSBP 12x BD-ROM / 16x DVD Writer Drive, Motherboard : Gigabyte GA-880GM-UD2H AMD 880G (Socket AM3) microATX DDR3 Motherboard
Bubble down, bro.
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Return to the arcady feel of the previous games. Make driving and running faster and responsive. Have a more diverse setting like San Andreas, a big city can be monotonous. Better mission variety, stealth, rhythm, flying, etc. Make radio stations louder or car sounds softer, I like listening to the music as I drive. Have more things to do once the main story is completed, side missions, minigames, buying property, etc.
The first "What GTA V needs..." that didn't include "new location" like London or some other garbage. Points for that! I agree with the money thing, there was nothing to really spend it on in GTA IV, at least in San Andreas you could buy some Nitro for your car to make it faster and then take it off a cliff and then do it all over again on a different cliff (good times), I was really disappointed with GTA IV in this section. Also love the idea of co-op if it also includes offline split-screen co-op. If not, I couldn't care less about it.
I still feel it would be a great idea to eventually unite all of the three major products into one SUPER game. How fun would it be to start out in Liberty City. Then, have to take a flight to handle some business in San Andreas. Then, maybe pop down to Vice City for a bit or R&R only to be surprised by the fact that the drama from both cities has followed you! I know it's a dream...but wouldn't it be the definitive GTA!?!?
Of all the GTA series San Andreas is the best. Part 4 in my opinion was overrated It would be interesting if somehow Sony could convince Take Two and Rockstar to make GTA an exclusive just because im curious if the developer can take advantage of the Blu ray disc and make an incredible game
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