People who play GTAV on consoles loves choppy gameplay.
Our neighbour showed us some GTAV gameplay on his PS3 and, it was daaaaaaamn ch o o o o o ppy!
Man, f*ck that sh*t. It was laggy as sh*t.
Ffs R*, release that damn GTAV PC!
That my friends is a "f*ck you" to console gamers according to this duchebag.
hmmm, Choppy Gameplay Vs. Not being able to play it at all.
And that is my "f*ck you too" reply to this duche.
Im sure not all PC gamers are like this (Hell im a pc gamer and i dont even know the difference between DX11 and DX9 and frankly i dont give a damn)
Im sure this is just some random ass troll that just wants to wined people up to a flame war.
A lot of people in this thread are butthurt towards console users so they think insulting them all will make the situation better.
Oh SilverRST. What are you, ah... I'm not going to guess your age. But I think it's come to a time in your life where it's time to grow up. Put childish things away.
Okay, I can't be that polite. Please, DBAA. Being one who has played the game on both PS3 and Xbox 360, I can graphics are NOT that choppy and it only depends on how much memory is used, and depending on the capability of the console. Since you actually never had your own experience on the game (and maybe your friend had a sh*tty PS3) on the consoles, your opinion is almost invalid here. If you actually played it and said it was choppy, then that's your own view of it and it would be valid in your case. But for others, don't spoil their fun. It's f*cking annoying.
If you can't wait a few more months for a PC announcement (it hasn't even been two yet since its official release), let alone the previous twenty-two months that we all waited for Grand Theft Auto V to come out, then I think you're just f*cked. You have nothing to save for yourself and I guarantee that if GTA V came out on PC on release day, you wouldn't pay a dime for it. You wouldn't even pay a dime for it if it DID finally come out. In response to your "cry me a river" comment, I honestly don't think I could ever cry the amount you have ever since the official announcement. You want to do yourself a favor? I recommend clearing your mind for a minute. Think of everything... and forget as much as you can with newer thoughts. If you're dying for a video game to come out on PC (which it will eventually, we're not that far off), then I honestly think it's hard for a PC gamer such as myself to associate with people your type.
I am a PC fan, and that's personally my preference. However, I also have something most people on every type of gaming fanbase are missing: an open mind. While I enjoy my experiences on the PC better, I give a try to other consoles and I find myself in a new world. It's actually pretty cool sometimes. I played Grand Theft Auto V on the PS3 and it was one of the coolest gaming experiences I had. I really didn't have that much of a major issue with frame problems, it only got bad when the explosions got heavy, and that was pretty rare. Now before you think I'm a PS3 fanboy, I'll let you know I also played the Xbox 360 version. Now while I didn't play the story for as long as I did on PS3, I gave enough time to observe the gameplay and how the Xbox handles it.
Like the PS3, I thought the Xbox actually handled it very well. There weren't many graphical differences to point out, but the most obvious (for me, anyway) were in the trees. The PS3 didn't draw the trees out very well, and the Xbox did a slightly better job. However, I also noticed that the Xbox had a slight distortion to the colors. That may very well have been my brother's television set though, so I can't have true word on that as I don't play enough Xbox games.
So my main point is... please. Do you think you're a better man because you insult people for playing consoles? They don't "loves [sic] choppy gameplay". In a good community, I find it because a lot of people just love playing the game. There really aren't that many issues as you claim that there are. If you can hold a debate without trying to prove how big of a boy that you are and actually bringing sense into the discussion, then by all means do so.