...that the production of Online took away from the single-player experience.
Demonstrable evidence. Do it. Bring it to me, I'd like to see it, because I see a lot of whining about this on these forums because many of you seem to, for some reason, take the multiplayer direction of the series personally, and it upsets you. For some reason.
Single Player Trailer shown that you can buy houses and it was taken out for online.
Now you got your proof so now get off of Rockstar dick.
Congratulations. You have something that got cut from the game, which in no way proves SP being half-assed because of multiplayer. All that that proves is that buying houses got cut.
Do you even try anymore?
That shows you they cut something out. Use your head for once like you told someone else to do.
Look at all the sh*t Online has over Single Player:
Stores on the Radar
Buying Garages and Apartments
Personal Car tracker
Lester help ( Like remove Wanted Level, find plane and etc.... )
Play heist when ever you want when its out
More clothes in Online
Sad thing is they can easily get port the code to Single Player.
Now please come up with your logic proving I'm wrong and your right even with all the proof in front of your eyes.
I'm just gonna copy and paste my other comment, since no one seems to want to acknowledge it:"I'll say it once: SP did not suffer because of multiplayer.Wanna know how? Because there's 2 different development teams. One for SP, one for multiplayer. People act as if there's one big team working on everything. Those people don't know what they're talking about.Are the 2 teams in contact? Most definitely. Could some things benefit SP by being added from MP? Sure. But saying that SP is dumbed down because of online is literal retardation, because it cannot be. It's literally impossible for it to be, since there are separate teams.If you didn't like the story, then OK, that's your opinion. That's the story that the SP team came up with, and it wasn't rushed because of MP, because MP AND SP ARE THERE OWN SEPARATE TEAMS."And you have proven to know nothing about game development."Sad thing is they can easily port the code to Single Player"Haha, no. Although it depends on what gets ported, it's not as easy as copy and paste.
So how do we know there are two development teams. Where's the proof?
Most of the things they can easily port to Single Player.