|QUOTE (kjacked @ Thursday, Jul 25 2013, 22:21)|
|QUOTE (_Kindled_ @ Thursday, Jul 25 2013, 22:18)|
|QUOTE (kjacked @ Thursday, Jul 25 2013, 22:17)|
|QUOTE (_Kindled_ @ Thursday, Jul 25 2013, 22:08)|
|QUOTE (natethegreatforlife @ Thursday, Jul 25 2013, 22:02)|
|QUOTE (_Kindled_ @ Thursday, Jul 25 2013, 15:58)|
| They can't say "the most diverse, dynamic, and biggest game they've created and just have on city and surrounding hills. |
Yes they can. It's a diverse city, filled with middle class suburbs, a large downtown, sunsoaked beaches, urban ghettos, and huge harbors, surrounded by desolate deserts, rocky mountains and deep forests. Sounds like the most diverse map they've ever created to me.
Most of those things in the city don't make it seem big. (Beaches, ghettos, downtown, Harbors'which aren't even "huge", suburbs) We've seen most of the mountains, mountains, but where are those "deep" forests you mentioned? Right, cause they haven't shown it yet.
the city alone is bigger than all of gta iv (water included). you thinking its small is purely opinion whereas the fact that there are no other cities in gta v has been backed up by rockstar numerous times.
Not even close to being "bigger" than Liberty City. Rockstar stated that Los Santos is roughly the size of Liberty City.
wrong again. they clearly stated in the q and a that los santos definitely covers more square footage than liberty city. please, i am begging you... for the love of god... can you please research things before you post them as fact? at the very least post a link to provide evidence. no one takes you seriously unless you back up your claims.
Quote from Deffpony from the Los Santos Size thread.
"@Lex: Yes, like I said, I know V is much bigger than SA. But from whatwe have seen, it doesnt feel bigger than SA. And here is why (IMO)
Yes, all these locations are smaller, but the diversity realy gave such a sense of scale to the game.
In short I guess what I am saying is that, my initial fears about a single city San Andreas seem to be coming true. I think only having one city(as massive as it might be) might be the reason why, for me at least, the map doesnt seem as big as they are claiming. Multiple cities is a great way to make wilderness, lakes, deserts, and forrests feel more necessary. Now we have a city on one side of the map, and country side on the other side.
This isnt me bitching, just exploring possible reason as to why Im not blown away by the map. Please take this with a grain of salt."
|My main concern is that although it's bigger than SA, it might feel smaller. In SA, you could get the feeling that you were out in the middle of nowhere far away from the city. At this point, GTA V is sort of looking like Los Santos with a backyard to me. You'll probably be able to see the city from any point on the map. I'm hoping there's something more. The picture below is pretty disappointing...|
More SA scenes - http://i.imgur.com/Q0H7S.jpg
|Wow! And we all know what is behind that mountain, some small town and the ocean. The map doesn't seem as big as Rockstar boasted. That's really disappointing. I wonder what the eastern side of the map will contain though? And is there much south of Los Santos? If not, then wow...|