I've usually always played GTAs on console when they hit the shelves and end up playing 80-90% of my time on them, at the usual ~30 fps.
Recently, I decided to play GTA IV again before GTA V came out, so I decided on my PC version instead of my ps3 version for the job because the improved graphics. I've got it running at a steady 60 fps and.... it's weird. I can't get used to it. It doesn't feel "cinematic" per say. It's like watching a movie at 60 fps after being used to 24 fps: even though it shows you more, it feels cheap and low-budget.
I guess GTA games have always had a "cinema" thing to them for me. Anyone else got this feeling when switching between different platforms? Could also be vice-versa for PC-exclusive players: do they feel slower for you at ~30 fps?
Edited by DeafMetal, 07 September 2013 - 06:38 AM.