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Posted 21 September 2013 - 04:25 PM

I'm not saying anything until online is out as like others said I think and buy the sounds of it, it's going to be a big part of the game and not just something to add in the mix like other games do etc

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Posted 21 September 2013 - 04:32 PM

First post here (yippi). Just wanted to say something worth thinking aboout. In this age of patches, hot-fixes, and dynamic game updates, why would anyone conclude that what is available atm is all that will be? What if GTAOL being unlocked will also unlock content in single player they simply didn't want players getting at until the multiplayer is available? What if unlocking things in the online will also unlock them in single player? What if what you have to eat atm is only one dish and far from the whole menu that will be offered? Realize R* has long-term plans for the game. It's meant to be an experience that will evolve (both single player and multiplayer). That doesn't occur a few days post launch.


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Posted 21 September 2013 - 04:35 PM

 

Half the advertised stuff is online only.
 
This was said in a multitude of interviews.
 
Online opens up all those buildings you can see the interior of. 
Online allows up to 500 pre-programmed heists, and you can create your own
Online will have your vigilante missions in the form of cops and robbers
Online has the full stock system
Online allows you to buy safehouses
Online allows bigger garages
Online allows more car customisation
 
 
Ect.
 
 
The singleplayer is a tutorial for the online mode, the online mode that they want you to play instead, the online mode that they can cash in on with a cash shop.
 
Welcome to the future of gaming.


I just think that's so wrong, I personally want the full experience on sp without idiots ragging cars through the city and firing rpg's at me. I don't want or need that in my game

 

Well that's the way it is these days. I honestly thought Rockstar was different but after this crap they're just like everyone else. :yawn:


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Posted 21 September 2013 - 04:42 PM Edited by Pinnkiepie, 21 September 2013 - 04:42 PM.

 

 

If you dont want GTA V anymore, give it back to Gamestop, Best Buy, or your nearby gamestore. Nobody gives a f*ck about some ungrateful motherf*ckers complaining over a game that has been worked on for almost 2 years. Get a life. God, people like this + jackasses are destroying it.

 
No idea what gamestop or best buy is! No one here has said they don't want GTA V anymore. Read the comments and you'll see how we all think it's a great game, one of the best, it's just with the build up which was given everyone expected so much more. And they have been working on it for nearly 6 years... not "almost 2".

They announced it two years ago, idiot.

 

 

They've been working on it for 5+ years, regardless if they announced it six, twelve or twenty-four months ago.


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Posted 21 September 2013 - 04:57 PM Edited by dg101, 21 September 2013 - 05:00 PM.

 

First post here (yippi). Just wanted to say something worth thinking aboout. In this age of patches, hot-fixes, and dynamic game updates, why would anyone conclude that what is available atm is all that will be? What if GTAOL being unlocked will also unlock content in single player they simply didn't want players getting at until the multiplayer is available? What if unlocking things in the online will also unlock them in single player? What if what you have to eat atm is only one dish and far from the whole menu that will be offered? Realize R* has long-term plans for the game. It's meant to be an experience that will evolve (both single player and multiplayer). That doesn't occur a few days post launch.

 

And who's to say Kate Beckinsale won't walk in here right now and give me a blowjob?  Doesn't mean I'm going to count on it happening.  And frankly if you tell me that doing something will get me a Kate Beckinsale blowjob and THEN I do that thing and you tell me that I have to do something else I REALLY don't want to do...Well, f*ck you.  I was promised a blowjob, and they did not deliver.


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Posted 21 September 2013 - 07:17 PM

I totally agree. The game's been so overhyped


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Posted 21 September 2013 - 07:32 PM

I totally agree. The game's been so overhyped

 

It's not Rockstar's fault, gamers overhype the game in their own heads.

 

For me I got what I was expecting so I'm happy.

 

Sounds like some people expected the big bang to happen when they inserted the disc. :dozing:


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Posted 21 September 2013 - 07:32 PM

 

 

First post here (yippi). Just wanted to say something worth thinking aboout. In this age of patches, hot-fixes, and dynamic game updates, why would anyone conclude that what is available atm is all that will be? What if GTAOL being unlocked will also unlock content in single player they simply didn't want players getting at until the multiplayer is available? What if unlocking things in the online will also unlock them in single player? What if what you have to eat atm is only one dish and far from the whole menu that will be offered? Realize R* has long-term plans for the game. It's meant to be an experience that will evolve (both single player and multiplayer). That doesn't occur a few days post launch.

 

And who's to say Kate Beckinsale won't walk in here right now and give me a blowjob?  Doesn't mean I'm going to count on it happening.  And frankly if you tell me that doing something will get me a Kate Beckinsale blowjob and THEN I do that thing and you tell me that I have to do something else I REALLY don't want to do...Well, f*ck you.  I was promised a blowjob, and they did not deliver.

 

 

...This! Besides some people's problem with GTA:O is not that they don't want to spend their time playing Online, but that they simply can't access it on the first place! And no i'm not talking about online on PC, through the internet connection we're all likely using! I'm talking about console online service, which is very complicated and complex in order to get access to! And some people, like me simply can't use LIVE and PSN services due to country restriction and if i dare to i'm in a danger of getting my console banned, because its illegal! Why some people that bring "wait for GTA:O before picking up in arms" onto the table fail to see this?!...Well...it might be a shocking surprise to some of them, but yup...thats how it is - reality for ya! Someone still has old late 90's phones, that look more like giant portable radio sets, than a phone, but its not because they're retarded and don't want to accept new things, but because they're poor and simply can't afford it!...


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Posted 21 September 2013 - 07:54 PM

 

I totally agree. The game's been so overhyped

 

It's not Rockstar's fault, gamers overhype the game in their own heads.

 

For me I got what I was expecting so I'm happy.

 

Sounds like some people expected the big bang to happen when they inserted the disc. :dozing:

 

Yes it's kinda true but this has been the most anticipated game of the year. A lot of dudes out there were talking about stuff that didn't make it into the game, and confirmed fake things. Rockstar's been braging about how much they added but they forgot to mention the stuff they removed from older games. They bragged about their fully flushed mini games but I honestly think there were much better things they could come up with instead of golf, yoga or tenis, something more action packed, more specific to GTA. All in all, we have to accept that they just focused on MP and left SP behind which I hate a lot. Honestly, the only thing that impressed me with this game are it's graphics and the size of the map, the city more specifically which it's bigger than I thought


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Posted 21 September 2013 - 08:04 PM Edited by Rik96, 21 September 2013 - 08:09 PM.

I just think that's so wrong, I personally want the full experience on sp without idiots ragging cars through the city and firing rpg's at me. I don't want or need that in my game

Dont worry theres a passive mode .. if you switch it on , you

cant get killd or bothered by others.


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Posted 21 September 2013 - 08:05 PM

 

 

All in all it's an amazing game, one of the best I've played but I was expecting so much more seeing as they've had nearly 6 years to work on it.

 

It is a sad day when peanuts like you get online and say 'amazing game' and still complain.

 

What more do you idiots want? There will never be a perfect game. Whinging little girls like you should just give up gaming. I've been on this forum a week and all I am seeing is people complain. Nothing is ever good enough apparently.

 

Cry me a river.


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Posted 21 September 2013 - 08:07 PM

 

 

Things like:

 

gang wars (that basically functions like any generic zombie game where more and more waves of enemies come towards you until you finally die)

 

drug dealing (you're given an infinite amount of timed missions to deliver drugs to places and people - the time gets shorter as the distances get longer and it becomes more difficult) - easy way to get cash

 

casino (literally, you can play poker, slots, black jack - this would also be added online to play with friends and random people... trust me, online GTA poker (RDR style) would be incredibly popular among fans).

 

taxi missions, police missions, firefighter missions, ambulance missions, and hitchiker missions (which are similar to random ped missions - except you find random people stranded on the side of the street)

 

pilot missions (where you act as the pilot of a commercial airliner and you have to fly through a technical, course that is timed, across the map to another airport, and back - would be fun, and could be played over and over.

 

Other than that, what else do you expect to be able to do in the game?

Agreed, though gang wars should be more like missions - like take out so many of the gang members, wear their colors and pull-up on one and he will take you to where all his boys are at, then you kill them all. A lot of little missions like that would be great. Not just shootouts until you die.

 

 

 

I just think if they added assassination and bank jobs to do randomly when you feel like doing one, it would make it so much better, more things to do!! Can't do police missions like on GTA 4 which was fun, never was a fan of taxi missions though lol but yeah the pilot idea would be great.

 

Agreed

 

In addition to what I mentioned above, they should add the ability to randomly rob banks in free roam (basically what would happen is, you rob a bank, and depending on how much you take and how long you stay, you get a higher wanted level, each robbery could probably go as high as a million dollar take, BUT the only way to get the money is if you're able to escape the 5 star wanted level - which is near impossible). That'd be fun, too.

Agreed

 

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Posted 21 September 2013 - 08:10 PM Edited by ROTLD, 21 September 2013 - 08:12 PM.

Ronrollin9434, on 20 Sept 2013 - 8:22 PM, said:
 
 
 
 
So true. r1 r1 o rb right left rght left rigth left is your only frind for causing chaos. Level wanted down cheat. Without it free roam is unplayable
 
You mean, r1 l1 o l2 r2 square triangle x triangle o o o l3 square circle left right up down around, tap my head, stomp my feet, bark 5 times....woohoo now only 3 more stars to go
 
 
Ronrollin9434, on 20 Sept 2013 - 8:22 PM, said:
 
 
Yeah, not sure what Rockstar was thinking with these cops that are nowhere to be found but appear instantly out of nowhere and start shooting at you after you run someone over.
 
Agree
 
TheSoup, on 21 Sept 2013 - 12:16 AM, said:
Its not meant to take over your life, its a game, made for a few hours entertainment a night (most adults have jobs, a life, etc.) Its fine as it is, if it was any bigger I wouldn't have time for it and id get bored.
 
And I would like to enjoy those few hours, most of these complaints take away from that enjoyment. It might be just fine the way it is for you, but it is not the same for a lot of others.


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Posted 21 September 2013 - 08:11 PM

It's Grand Theft Auto, not the Sims, man.

 

I hate when people always say "now that I've finished the game, I've realized there's nothing to do". Nothing could be further from the truth. There is literally everything to do. 

 

I mean, if you could have them include things to "do" in the game, what would it be for you? Lets say they allow you to purchase real estate in the game (which they could probably add in a patch within 4, 5 months (all they'd have to do is create interiors for houses that are already in the game, and attach a price tag to it).

 

If they allowed you to purchase a house, so what? What would you do in it? Keep in mind, it's not the Sims, it's GTA. Grand Theft Auto games have always been about running around for a while, causing chaos, playing online, and then take a break.

 

 

If I were to suggest things for Rockstar to add to give it soooooooo much more replayability it would be things that never get old and can be repeated over and over (like how they did tennis and golf)...

 

Things like:

 

gang wars (that basically functions like any generic zombie game where more and more waves of enemies come towards you until you finally die)

 

drug dealing (you're given an infinite amount of timed missions to deliver drugs to places and people - the time gets shorter as the distances get longer and it becomes more difficult) - easy way to get cash

 

casino (literally, you can play poker, slots, black jack - this would also be added online to play with friends and random people... trust me, online GTA poker (RDR style) would be incredibly popular among fans).

 

taxi missions, police missions, firefighter missions, ambulance missions, and hitchiker missions (which are similar to random ped missions - except you find random people stranded on the side of the street)

 

pilot missions (where you act as the pilot of a commercial airliner and you have to fly through a technical, course that is timed, across the map to another airport, and back - would be fun, and could be played over and over.

 

Other than that, what else do you expect to be able to do in the game?

 

Gang wars is a huge part of L.A. or L.S. i feel like they should have focused on that alil more too.

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Posted 21 September 2013 - 08:12 PM

the gang wars in san andreas sucked donkey penis.  You were always too far away and never got back in time and lost, I dont want to see such crap implemented here.  plus it was repetitive and boring as hell.  I hope they have tons of DLC with new missions, strangers and freaks and random encounters and that sort of thing.


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Posted 21 September 2013 - 08:30 PM

Really don't see much difference between this and the past GTAs(also RDR) in records to content. People just love to complain.


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Posted 21 September 2013 - 08:36 PM Edited by captain45, 21 September 2013 - 08:37 PM.

 

 

Half the advertised stuff is online only.
 
This was said in a multitude of interviews.
 
Online opens up all those buildings you can see the interior of. 
Online allows up to 500 pre-programmed heists, and you can create your own
Online will have your vigilante missions in the form of cops and robbers
Online has the full stock system
Online allows you to buy safehouses
Online allows bigger garages
Online allows more car customisation
 
 
Ect.
 
 
The singleplayer is a tutorial for the online mode, the online mode that they want you to play instead, the online mode that they can cash in on with a cash shop.
 
Welcome to the future of gaming.


I just think that's so wrong, I personally want the full experience on sp without idiots ragging cars through the city and firing rpg's at me. I don't want or need that in my game

 

Well that's the way it is these days. I honestly thought Rockstar was different but after this crap they're just like everyone else. :yawn:

 

I can't agree more. I personally prefer offline play, I like to get lost in my own world, not some world teaming with a bunch of console brats. If Online brings those above mentioned items to the table and updates the SP world as well, then Im all for the online to launch, if not, its just another lame ploy. Until then, we can just wait and see what they bring to the table.

 

 

Sometimes when I hear all of GTA's ingame radio adverts blasting consumerism and parodies of companies taking advantage of people, I feel they should make one aimed at themselves, especially if they aim to keep this half assed interactive world and release half of future content as buyable DLC/Online play. I will be even more distraught if they choose to keep this off the PC, because we all know they can financially complete a successfull PC port and remain extremely lucritive.


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Posted 21 September 2013 - 08:46 PM

 

 

 

All in all it's an amazing game, one of the best I've played but I was expecting so much more seeing as they've had nearly 6 years to work on it.

 

It is a sad day when peanuts like you get online and say 'amazing game' and still complain.

 

What more do you idiots want? There will never be a perfect game. Whinging little girls like you should just give up gaming. I've been on this forum a week and all I am seeing is people complain. Nothing is ever good enough apparently.

 

Cry me a river.

 

When we're denied things that should be in the base game simply for the sake of GTA online, you're going to see complaints.  When they take a drastic step backwards in some of the things we'd come to love in the last game and the ones before it.  You'll see complaints.  Don't like 'em, don't read ;em.


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Posted 21 September 2013 - 09:14 PM Edited by Kent_Paul_Jnr, 21 September 2013 - 09:46 PM.

 

Yes r* will save some stuff for dlc. There trying to make as much money as possible. I would too. As far as online, I seen some videos on ign.com that give u an idea of what it has. That info alone is what got me excited for this game.

Finally! Someone that understands!

 

They left so much stuff out from previous versions to implement as DLC lol

Why not innovate and add NEW features... the company spent enough money on the damn game lol

The majority of the gameplay assets and game design are lifted directly from RDR max payne and GTA 4  - what did £150 million get spent on "ADVERTISING AND HYPE BUILDING" lol  

 

Thats why the ifruit APP - is IOS - R* turning to suck Apple's ****

 

They took out vigalante missions, gang wars, etc etc and put in tennis .. lol ....

Tennis has more unique animations than melee combat - major fail


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Posted 23 September 2013 - 03:02 PM

That's because Rockstar made this game to serve GTA ONLINE and not for the sp aspect. GTA V is here so that the ''real game '' as they call GTA O to be able to exist


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Posted 23 September 2013 - 03:38 PM Edited by lazedout, 23 September 2013 - 03:40 PM.

Really don't see much difference between this and the past GTAs(also RDR) in records to content. People just love to complain.

Your comment just proved what people are complaining about. It has maybe as much, if not (in some areas) LESS content than previous games. Don't you think content should advance with every game or stay the same? Maybe you didn't even think about that before commenting.

 

BTW its regards not records. 


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Posted 23 September 2013 - 04:29 PM

My main problem is they had a lot of stuff they could add that wouldn't take long to do from previous GTA games, LA Noire, Midnight Club LA, Table Tennis, RDR and Max Payne. There is a lot of stuff that could be easily improved and put into it. I mean why is every building painted black with nothing to see there are some 24/7 markets, shops and so on so forth but most are only seen in missions so after the game is done their is suddenly a whole lot less to do. I do not get why R* removed the police computer (Not use the police scanner in this game as a mini-game to find criminals for bounties), no firetruck missions, no RC vehicles to do missions with, no ambulance missions, Taxi missions in game feel pointless due to the amount needed for what little properties are available, no fast food or restaurants, hot-dog stands do not do anything/vendors are just random NPCs. Cluckin-Bell/Burger Shot cannot be entered, bling is pointless because the characters keep switching clothes, cop AI, vehicle handling (Better then IV but still feel clunky and bounce off vehicles when you crash), the radio stations (A lot of them but they feel really short when I hear the same few songs again and again), underwater feels like a lot of effort was put into all the wrecks/easter eggs but not much point other then submarine parts/nuclear waste(Really know no game that can make water exploration worthwhile), NPC AI (Saw a car crash and they all ran away screaming instead of yelling at each other), every NPC AI hates you and starts fights over nudges, NPC AI (Crash car into a dudes pool he ignores me and keeps cooking his burgers) etc.

There are a lot of short falls that could of easily ironed out as of right now it seems the SP is just there as a necessity and a lot of resources went towards GTA Online instead. Story line as always really fun but it did nothing to how the world reacted around you (As in I chase a celebrity through a hospital oh yes that actually has nurses and everything out a third story window then when after the cut-scene the building is unscathed).

 

As others have said great game but it could of used a little more invested time to make the textures work and there be some of the usual features included.


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Posted 26 September 2013 - 01:41 PM

If you are only at 80%, then there is plenty to do. 20% exactly.
The game has been out for 3 fricken days.

 
All I have left to do is the Strangers and Freaks missions, and get gold on every mission if that counts towards the percentage.

You found all the jumps? All the spaceship parts? All the sub parts?

Searching 49 square miles to find 100 spaceship & sub parts. Wow...exciting.

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Posted 26 September 2013 - 01:44 PM

I wouldn't even bother finding the sub parts....


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Posted 26 September 2013 - 01:59 PM

First of all, idiot you can buy houses, cars and helicopters via your phone. Please tell me why R* would increase the amount of buildings when you won't even end up going inside them. Plus, there are many more things to do, replay missions to get the gold and get trophies, find Easter Eggs (I'm sure R* put some of those in).

YOU ARE SO RIGHT...!! :cool:  :cool:

 

I see so many people here playing the game totally wrong..! They just rush the main story when this is

the LAST thing you should do..!! This is a open sand box game..! And if you dont like open games then

go and buy a MISS PAC-MAN..! :devil:  :devil:  :devil:

 

GTA 5 BEST GAME EVER....!!!!! :cool:

 

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Posted 26 September 2013 - 02:36 PM

I'm not saying anything until online is out as like others said I think and buy the sounds of it, it's going to be a big part of the game and not just something to add in the mix like other games do etc

 

More like a big part of making another billion dollars.


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Posted 28 September 2013 - 06:09 PM Edited by Sugfisk, 28 September 2013 - 06:11 PM.

In all honesty I had low expectations of GTA V since GTA IV was one of the greatest disssapoinements in my history as a game consumer. I just hoped the next game would be more like San Andreas and luckily it is, in some regards. Now as I began my journey I accepted that not all features would be available to me at the beginning, but later on I realized that a lot of content remains window dressing.

Will it be implemented in the online mode? Who knows. 

 

Some problems with core game elements such as the überviolent and relentless police response or the simple task of moving about like jumping over small walls that results in hillarious slapstick faceplants, or the fact that the Rhino tank have deflatable tires instead of treads, have just not been properly addressed at launch.

Will it be implemented in the online mode? Who knows. 

Since when has it become an OK practice to realease an alpha and say "more to come, we´re still in developement, stay tuned". Well they call it Indie games and they cost 15 bucks on Steam.

 

 

Do I really need to spend time reading up on the marketing plan for the next episode in a franchise I´ve followed since its infancy before I buy it? Because if I don´t it seems like I miss out on the fact that this fullpriced game really is just a downsized version of the, yet to come, stand-alone online version that I have no interest in playing. Maybe I do. I mean I did end up with GTA IV in my lap thinking "this aint my baby"....


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Posted 02 November 2013 - 01:05 AM

I played GTA IV pretty much up to the day that V was released and just over a month past the release I feel like going back to it. They took any bit of realism that GTA had in the past and garbaged it to sell it to kids. They don't even have smoke coming out the windows when the characters are smoking a J in a car which even GTA SA had. Definitely over hyped and under developed.
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Posted 02 November 2013 - 01:14 AM

GTA V definetively is more realistic than IV, it haves even more Little details than smoke coming out of the car when people smoke. Shoot a cop in the leg and you can see his partner dragging him for safety. When you smash a window you can walk over it and hear the sound it makes. Even all the outfits have different sounds when walking, you can hear the rubber the dutybelt makes in the patrolman outfit and the different sounds the radio makes when using the janitor's outfit.


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Posted 02 November 2013 - 09:08 AM

I want to like GTA V more than IV, but I just can't. They majorly dumbed down and ruined the driving physics and it has taken so much away from the game :(





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