|QUOTE (Vic 2.0 @ Sunday, Aug 18 2013, 03:39)|
|QUOTE (Arsen Vitiuk @ Saturday, Aug 17 2013, 12:17)|
| Yes, you are right. But this is just the moment when you have to understand that if you busy yourself with all those seemingly unnecessary details, you will eventually not be able to get the pleasure from that game of movie. That is why you have to take it all, or at least, most of it, for granted, and enjoy the movie/game itself.|
That's just how I do it.
There must be something more, to explain our differences on this. Taking note of all the insignificant details in this game has been my motivation to keep coming back for more! I think I enjoy GTA3 more than the others at times specifically because there are more glitches and quirks in the whole of it than other GTA games.
I have every bit as much fun with the game now as I ever did before. Maybe even more, because with my tendency to obsess it feels like the game never gets old, lol.
That is where we differ. I don't need such a drive to keep me coming back to the game. It's the game's atmosphere, the feel and the vibe that makes me want to come back for more. I do not need to explore more and obsess myself with seemingly insignificant details to keep myself pinned down in the game that I liked only too much from the first very moments I played it.
Because it just works this way: every little detail itself has no meaning at all. Put them all together, and you'll get a one monolith picture, where all those elements work in a way they would never work themselves. Everything tends to blend in each other, and at the same time, every detail (or at least, almost every) is strictly evident. If there is some loophole like the one originally discussed, then it is pretty much covered up by the drapery made up from all those little details that make feel the game so much alive that you do not care about any insignificant loophole, and instead, you try to immerse yourself in this agglomeration of tiny little fragments, interconnected, blended together in a system that makes you feel a part of it as well.
To immerse myself in the game, to let myself become a part of it - this is what makes me want to come back to playing it as if I would come back home - that is my drive to play this awesome game even more. I do not need inspect any tiny little details to stick to the game. It's the feel and the vibe that keep me glued to the screen and the joypad.
P.S. I hope I didn't get all too romantic.