Why? People are hating this game, literally hating, GTA V for the most trivial, inconsequential, and superfluous reasons. One common complaint is interiors. What the f*ck do you want to do inside a building? Ok, I can give you that the airport terminal should be accesible, but individual houses, restaurants, convienence stores (Ok maybe for robbing), but the amount of interiors Rockstar has given us is in-f*cking-sane for a game of this magnitude. This is supposed to be an OPEN WORLD game not a CLOSED WORLD game. Second, storyline. Um, excuse me. Come back when one of you f*ckers write a movie style script for a video game and you go out of your way to allegorize and satirize modern America in the most subtle fashion. Come back when you unimaginiative peasants can intertwine the complex stories of 3 people so masterfully yet still make a cultural and social impact. Aside the crude humor and unlike the implausible plotline TLOU, the GTA V plotline is not too far of a strech. Definitely, Niko's story wasn't.
Third, car physics, damage, motorcycles, not being able to fly 737s, cars disappearing all all valid debate points. My only contentions are either wait for a patch, get it on the PC (if you still like controllers, find/make a PC compatible gaming controller), or just realize this is just a game. It's just a video game. People on this forum can;t figure out if they want 100% reality or 50% reality in the game. Reakize the what Rockstar has given us is pretty good and it's fa beter than the mainstream games coming out nowadays. Fourth, activities. Please, just because Yoga is boring, or tennis is boring, doesn't make GTA V a bad game You guys asked for more activites, and Rockstar simply obliged. Even if Yoga wasn'tin the game or if Ocean exploration wasn't in the game, I don't think Rockstar could've possibly added another city.
Side Note. San Andreas is nothing compared to GTA V. I mean absolutely nothing. The only reason people here like it is because a few teens here that've proabably not hit puberty yet think that they're cool becuase they get to live the gang-life and say sh*t like "Grove Street 4 Lyfe" or "Ballas Sukzzzzzz". No, admit GTA SA is worse than GTA V. Not, technologically, but it's story. The story simply wasn't capitivating as GTA V's. SUre, that's just an opinion, but seriously, only insane people think SA is better than V in any respect (I'll give you that SA had a better soundtrack, but that's just becuase music is sh*t nowdays-yeah guys Kendrick Lamar and all the other pop culture sh*t these days is far inferior to what we had back in the 70s, 80s, and 90s, although some gems came along the way in the 2000s).
Lastly, the only reason people are disappointed is because people hyped up this game SOOOOOO much. I mean seriously, people were predicting San Diego and Canada and Las Vegas even we pretty much knew that the map wouldn't allow for it and when Rockstar said "Los Santos and Blaine County". Seriously, if you ask me people here had way too high of expectations, and that ultimately ruined the game for them. Most people and reviewers are more than satisfied with what we received and most rational people don't have outrageous demands of a game like that of the GTAFourms community. But seriously, you simply can't have the balls to say GTA V sucks when it beat CoD 2 times over in 3 days. You can;t argue with the reviews. Only the GTA community can find petty issues like cars disappearing and sentence GTA V to hell. Just overall, this is by the far the most innovative, creative, compelling, and in-depth GTA V ever given to us and we as a community should be proud and happy that Rockstar actually listens to its fanbase and doesn't follow mainstream conventions. Anyways, I hope we can stop saying GTA V sucks and jus tbe happy with it. Oct 1 is around the corner, PC release is due anytime next year, we get to look forward for next-gen. The only people hating on GTA V are the vocal minority who come up wth preposterous propositions based on inconsequential anecdotes in the game in conjunction with the yearning nostalgia of a time long gone when the GTA series had ushered in its heyday.