|QUOTE (Raavi @ Friday, Mar 1 2013, 14:20)|
|QUOTE (blowtorchrepair @ Friday, Mar 1 2013, 15:07)|
|QUOTE (Raavi @ Friday, Mar 1 2013, 13:29)|
| This keeps getting more ridiculous. A weapon on/off feature, oh for the love god you've got to be kidding me! It is a mature rated game about crime/ Not an example for 3d animations nor a game to play around little childeren. If you can't deal with that.. Wel, sad day for you. |
Raavi, stop trying to play yourself off for as an intellectual (what are you 15?) and get on board with my Pet Friendly DLC idea.
Funny guy, I'm long past the age 15. Moving on.. That I quite obviously don't share your opinion doesn't mean you have to start to disparage me.
Back on topic. There are plenty of ways without altering anything that allow you to show your child a non-violent/non-profane part of the game, my Texan friend. Implementing a filter would be senseless and anything but lucrative.
I'm just messing with you, Raavi. I generally like your posts. Have you read my posts from last night? I framed this topic completely wrong at the start, and have made several attempts at correcting this. All I really want is a total voice volume filter for the console versions of the game
. This would accomplish what I've written about child-wise, but would also allow the game to make an appearance in other social settings. I'd love to bring GTA V to work to show to our CADD techs and modeler. I'm sure other digital professionals who know GTA would do the same, and not offending every woman or other person with profanity with a voice volume control would make that possible.
A voice volume control on console versions would hurt NOTHING and would allow the game to be viewed by people who GTA gamers would have previously never let see such a game because of some of it's audio content.
But too many are hung up on, "it's rated M blah blah blah... "... this is selfish, short sighted, one dimensional thinking with little or no regard to how such a simple modification would/could affect a lot of people and could sell more games...
anyway, the point is made and out there. i'd bet that large majority of Adults who will play GTA V, most of which would not visit this forums site and most certainly would NEVER
comment or create a topic, would welcome what I speak of.
and for the rest of you, we can agree to disagree, but the fact remains that a voice volume control for consoles would in no way impede regular game play or take lots of time to incorporate, unlike like car interiors and gear shift animation and other stuff the members her ooze over.