Find out what you can do in L.A. when you're not solving cases.
Definately going to platinum this game. And damn I need to get my hands on all of them cars.
Sweet! Looks like a ton of fun.
Good there's stuff to do outside of the story. The two days between when this comes out and when I can actually play it are going to be incredibly painful for me.
So it IS an open world game
This is going to be so awesome...
The important question...can you purchase hookers? Well? CAN YOU??? J/K
I AM SO HYPED FOR THIS GAME I BROKE MY CAPSLOCK IN EXCITEMENT!!!
I will be out of town fishing on release day but I'm going to Best Buy as soon as I get back! Actually there is a Best Buy on the way home ;)
I'm scared. I want to be hyped, and truth be told I am hyped. But at the same time I'm afraid. I'm afraid it'll under deliver. I really want this to be RDR of 2010. I hope I'm right.
If you want to enjoy a game, always...always stay away from hype. I learned this many years ago. The best thing to do is to NOT watch trailers, previews, read info, nothing. Don't do anything until the game comes out, read a few GAMER reviews, meaning reviews by your everyday, average fellow gamer, if that doesn't help THEN read a little bit about the game before a purchase. IF you still aren't sure, rent it. I've enjoyed every game I've done this with, the first starting with GTA 3. I didn't even know the thing was coming out, and bought it on a whim.
I can agree with you on the not latching on to hype for video games.. But, uh, not so much with the other things you mentioned. Just my opinion, but I prefer to watch trailers and previews. For the most part, to me, they don't ruin anything, but let me see the game. Let's me see how it looks, what I might be doing, the gameplay, and so on. Anyway, yessir, about not latching on to hype. I don't, and it works wonders.
Hey I can dig that. Sometimes you just can't help having a peek at a game, and like you mentioned it can help with deciding if the game is right for you.
http://dadshideout.com/inde... One thing that worries me is how an open world game is going to work with 3 disks? I can imagine that the city will be split into 3 areas and everytime you enter a new area you have to switch disks. So if you have to passover from one area to the next several times in a row then it could get annoying. Other than that i dont see any other issues. BTW the game looks like a refreshing experience. I was getting tired of playing criminal based rags to riches games that GTA is so famous for.
If you read their forums they said that the 360 players only swap the discs at certain points in the story, so the map is fully open no disc swapping to get from one area to the next. I'm personally going to get it on PS3 as it used to be an exclusive for it so I'm assuming that is lead development (probably also why it gets the extra mission).
I havent read their forums but thanks for the info. I assume that the PS3 version will be the best because in the beginning it was exclusive to it. Plus they havent shown any 360 footage yet which is odd for multiplat devs so i think the PS3 one has the edge.
Those streets ... and environments, they are gorgeous! ;D
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