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#91

Posted 21 December 2013 - 10:35 AM

Add:
Calendar year
Australian cars like a Holden Monaro & HSV 427


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Yoga
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#92

Posted 21 December 2013 - 01:13 PM

Add the ability of having a cup of hot coffee. Come on, Rockstar. ;)

Remove the inability to steal of Cargo Plane.


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Posted 21 December 2013 - 01:13 PM

REMOVE: aeroplanes


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Posted 21 December 2013 - 01:13 PM

Add: Less agressive cops

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Posted 21 December 2013 - 03:59 PM

Ii would add moremovibilty like parkour or run on walls and i would remove fabian with his crappy yoga and also fame or shame i mean like who ever watches that s**t

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Posted 21 December 2013 - 04:46 PM

Gonna start handing out temp bans for anyone complaining about Yoga. 
 
Here's a fun challenge... try going a week without bitching about Yoga. 


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Posted 22 December 2013 - 02:05 AM Edited by Official General, 22 December 2013 - 02:11 AM.

 

 

Why do people hate yoga so much? I seriously don't understand it.

 

I mean, you only have to do it once; for one mission. Plus, it raises your special(?) or stamina(?) bar, so that's a plus.

 

Also, it takes up next to no resources, so it's not like it replaced anything.

 

I don't optionally do yoga--I've never touched it outside of that mission--but I just do not understand why people hate it/want it removed.

 

I don't see why you have to keep questioning this. It's not really hard to see why many people don't like something like yoga in GTA. If you like it, fine, but I don't see why you have to closely analyze every point that is made on here by people who don't like it or hate it. There is no right or wrong to response to this feature. 

 

But it is clear why most people on here dislike or hate it being in GTA V. Furthermore, many people on here like myself have stated we don;t really hate it, it's just that stuff like this was included when much better and more important stuff was not. Really, is it that hard to understand or accept ?

 

I never said I liked yoga. I said I never even touched it after the mission. I was just wondering why so many people wanted it removed when it's basically not even there in the first place.

 

And the "This wasn't included while other stuff was" doesn't really work out, because yoga is such a small activity. Things like golf, etc. would replace features, not yoga which only takes up a couple animations and literally single-digit KB's of code to work. Yoga was also included because it played a part in the story.

 

 

You still don't get it. 

 

Essentially what you're saying is correct, yes yoga is just a small activity, if anything it would have replaced another small activity like bowling or darts. Yeah I get that, we all get that bro. But I don't think that is really the point here. 

 

The reason why yoga is singled out for criticism is simply because even as a simple activity, it is still too far removed and untypical of what is supposed to be in GTA. So therefore, yoga is used as a symbolic way by GTA V's more harsher critics to highlight the fact that many people are not happy with Rockstar's omission of the really great features in V that were seen in previous GTA titles - but yet Rockstar still somehow come up with ideas for bullsh*t and near-useless content in the game such as yoga. Yoga being used as a main point of ridicule and criticism for V is more symbolic in it use, rather than to be used in the factual or technical sense. 

 

And the fact that Rockstar kind of made quite a big thing about yoga being in the game in pre-release previews did not help their cause either. I can remember that, and I can definitely recall a lot of people being far from impressed. That definitely set the template for the criticism that would come V's way if it did not fully deliver for many people, and this is pretty much what happened on here at least. 

 

I hope that gives you a better understanding. If not then, you cannot say I did not try. 


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Posted 22 December 2013 - 02:08 AM

 

 

 

Why do people hate yoga so much? I seriously don't understand it.

 

I mean, you only have to do it once; for one mission. Plus, it raises your special(?) or stamina(?) bar, so that's a plus.

 

Also, it takes up next to no resources, so it's not like it replaced anything.

 

I don't optionally do yoga--I've never touched it outside of that mission--but I just do not understand why people hate it/want it removed.

 

I don't see why you have to keep questioning this. It's not really hard to see why many people don't like something like yoga in GTA. If you like it, fine, but I don't see why you have to closely analyze every point that is made on here by people who don't like it or hate it. There is no right or wrong to response to this feature. 

 

But it is clear why most people on here dislike or hate it being in GTA V. Furthermore, many people on here like myself have stated we don;t really hate it, it's just that stuff like this was included when much better and more important stuff was not. Really, is it that hard to understand or accept ?

 

I never said I liked yoga. I said I never even touched it after the mission. I was just wondering why so many people wanted it removed when it's basically not even there in the first place.

 

And the "This wasn't included while other stuff was" doesn't really work out, because yoga is such a small activity. Things like golf, etc. would replace features, not yoga which only takes up a couple animations and literally single-digit KB's of code to work. Yoga was also included because it played a part in the story.

 

 

You still don't get it. 

 

Essentially what you're saying is correct, yes yoga is just a small activity, if anything it would have replaced another small activity like bowling or darts. Yeah I get that, we all get that bro. But I don't that is really the point here. 

 

But the reason why yoga is singled out for criticism is simply because even as a simple activity, it is still too far removed and untypical of what is supposed to be in GTA. so therefore, yoga is used as a symbolic way by GTA V's more harsher critics to highlight the fact that many people are not happy with Rockstar's omission of the really great features in V that were seen in previous GTA titles - but yet Rockstar still somehow come up with ideas for bullsh*t and near-useless content in the game such as yoga. Yoga being used as a main point of ridicule and criticism for V is more symbolic in it use, rather than to be used in the factual or technical sense. 

 

And the fact that Rockstar kind of made quite a big thing about yoga being in the game in pre-release previews did not help their cause either. I can remember that, and I can definitely recall a lot of people being far from impressed. That definitely set the template for the criticism that would come V's way if it did not fully deliver for many people, and this is pretty much what happened on here at least. 

 

I hope that gives you a better understanding. If not then, you cannot say I did not try. 

 

It does, but like I also said, yoga was used in the story in quite a big way.

 

Not only does it symbolize the hate towards GTA lol, it also symbolizes Michael's marriage and family falling apart, as Amanda f*cks the yoga instructor, and leaves Michael for him.

 

It's not like R*'s just like "YOGA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!" and put it in for sh*ts and giggles, it did hold a meaning. It was actually relevant. 


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Posted 22 December 2013 - 02:16 AM Edited by Official General, 22 December 2013 - 02:18 AM.

 

 

 

 

Why do people hate yoga so much? I seriously don't understand it.

 

I mean, you only have to do it once; for one mission. Plus, it raises your special(?) or stamina(?) bar, so that's a plus.

 

Also, it takes up next to no resources, so it's not like it replaced anything.

 

I don't optionally do yoga--I've never touched it outside of that mission--but I just do not understand why people hate it/want it removed.

 

I don't see why you have to keep questioning this. It's not really hard to see why many people don't like something like yoga in GTA. If you like it, fine, but I don't see why you have to closely analyze every point that is made on here by people who don't like it or hate it. There is no right or wrong to response to this feature. 

 

But it is clear why most people on here dislike or hate it being in GTA V. Furthermore, many people on here like myself have stated we don;t really hate it, it's just that stuff like this was included when much better and more important stuff was not. Really, is it that hard to understand or accept ?

 

I never said I liked yoga. I said I never even touched it after the mission. I was just wondering why so many people wanted it removed when it's basically not even there in the first place.

 

And the "This wasn't included while other stuff was" doesn't really work out, because yoga is such a small activity. Things like golf, etc. would replace features, not yoga which only takes up a couple animations and literally single-digit KB's of code to work. Yoga was also included because it played a part in the story.

 

 

You still don't get it. 

 

Essentially what you're saying is correct, yes yoga is just a small activity, if anything it would have replaced another small activity like bowling or darts. Yeah I get that, we all get that bro. But I don't think that is really the point here. 

 

The reason why yoga is singled out for criticism is simply because even as a simple activity, it is still too far removed and untypical of what is supposed to be in GTA. So therefore, yoga is used as a symbolic way by GTA V's more harsher critics to highlight the fact that many people are not happy with Rockstar's omission of the really great features in V that were seen in previous GTA titles - but yet Rockstar still somehow come up with ideas for bullsh*t and near-useless content in the game such as yoga. Yoga being used as a main point of ridicule and criticism for V is more symbolic in it use, rather than to be used in the factual or technical sense. 

 

And the fact that Rockstar kind of made quite a big thing about yoga being in the game in pre-release previews did not help their cause either. I can remember that, and I can definitely recall a lot of people being far from impressed. That definitely set the template for the criticism that would come V's way if it did not fully deliver for many people, and this is pretty much what happened on here at least. 

 

I hope that gives you a better understanding. If not then, you cannot say I did not try. 

 

It does, but like I also said, yoga was used in the story in quite a big way.

 

Not only does it symbolize the hate towards GTA lol, it also symbolizes Michael's marriage and family falling apart, as Amanda f*cks the yoga instructor, and leaves Michael for him.

 

It's not like R*'s just like "YOGA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!" and put it in for sh*ts and giggles, it did hold a meaning. It was actually relevant. 

 

 

Nobody is knocking yoga for how it was used in the main story. I'm pretty sure most people were fine with that (even the GTA V critics), and I'm also pretty sure that they understand it's relevance. It is the yoga side activity that is under the spotlight.

 

It's just that yoga as a side activity is very symbolic of Rockstar's very weak ideas and concepts for new features in GTA V in comparison with the much better previous ones, that's pretty much all it is. 


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Posted 22 December 2013 - 02:21 AM

 

 

 

 

 

Why do people hate yoga so much? I seriously don't understand it.

 

I mean, you only have to do it once; for one mission. Plus, it raises your special(?) or stamina(?) bar, so that's a plus.

 

Also, it takes up next to no resources, so it's not like it replaced anything.

 

I don't optionally do yoga--I've never touched it outside of that mission--but I just do not understand why people hate it/want it removed.

 

I don't see why you have to keep questioning this. It's not really hard to see why many people don't like something like yoga in GTA. If you like it, fine, but I don't see why you have to closely analyze every point that is made on here by people who don't like it or hate it. There is no right or wrong to response to this feature. 

 

But it is clear why most people on here dislike or hate it being in GTA V. Furthermore, many people on here like myself have stated we don;t really hate it, it's just that stuff like this was included when much better and more important stuff was not. Really, is it that hard to understand or accept ?

 

I never said I liked yoga. I said I never even touched it after the mission. I was just wondering why so many people wanted it removed when it's basically not even there in the first place.

 

And the "This wasn't included while other stuff was" doesn't really work out, because yoga is such a small activity. Things like golf, etc. would replace features, not yoga which only takes up a couple animations and literally single-digit KB's of code to work. Yoga was also included because it played a part in the story.

 

 

You still don't get it. 

 

Essentially what you're saying is correct, yes yoga is just a small activity, if anything it would have replaced another small activity like bowling or darts. Yeah I get that, we all get that bro. But I don't think that is really the point here. 

 

The reason why yoga is singled out for criticism is simply because even as a simple activity, it is still too far removed and untypical of what is supposed to be in GTA. So therefore, yoga is used as a symbolic way by GTA V's more harsher critics to highlight the fact that many people are not happy with Rockstar's omission of the really great features in V that were seen in previous GTA titles - but yet Rockstar still somehow come up with ideas for bullsh*t and near-useless content in the game such as yoga. Yoga being used as a main point of ridicule and criticism for V is more symbolic in it use, rather than to be used in the factual or technical sense. 

 

And the fact that Rockstar kind of made quite a big thing about yoga being in the game in pre-release previews did not help their cause either. I can remember that, and I can definitely recall a lot of people being far from impressed. That definitely set the template for the criticism that would come V's way if it did not fully deliver for many people, and this is pretty much what happened on here at least. 

 

I hope that gives you a better understanding. If not then, you cannot say I did not try. 

 

It does, but like I also said, yoga was used in the story in quite a big way.

 

Not only does it symbolize the hate towards GTA lol, it also symbolizes Michael's marriage and family falling apart, as Amanda f*cks the yoga instructor, and leaves Michael for him.

 

It's not like R*'s just like "YOGA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!" and put it in for sh*ts and giggles, it did hold a meaning. It was actually relevant. 

 

 

Nobody is knocking yoga for how it was used in the main story. I'm pretty sure most people were fine with that (even the GTA V critics), and I'm also pretty sure that they understand it's relevance. It is the yoga side activity that is under the spotlight.

 

It's just that yoga as a side activity is very symbolic of Rockstar's very weak ideas and concepts for new features in GTA V in comparison with the much better previous ones, that's pretty much all it is. 

 

Eh, I don't agree with that, but if that's what people think, then that's what people think. I respect that.

 

What, to me, would be symbolic is R*'s lack of being able to keep the car on after getting out of it, not yoga. That's just me though.


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Posted 22 December 2013 - 02:22 AM Edited by seventonblade, 22 December 2013 - 04:07 AM.

Ones with a * in front of them I especially want.

 

Add: annihilators in singleplayer

Add: action menu in singleplayer

Add: purchasable safehouses in singleplayer

Add: *an amphibious fixed-wing aircraft (Skimmer probably)

Add: *an amphibious helicopter (something like the Sea Sparrow; more of a rescue helicopter, though)

Add: *an army attack helicopter (Hunter probably)

Add: another fighter jet; probably a VTOL like the Hydra or one with dual engines

Add: a glider

Add: a gyrocopter

Add: *the jetpack

Add: an airboat

Add: *a hovercraft

Add: *an APC; complete with a mounted machine gun or autocannon like from TBOGT

Add: *a flamethrower

Add: *a long-bladed melee weapon; probably a machete or katana

Add: a revolver

Add: a chainsaw

Add: *the casino; complete with Roulette, Blackjack, Craps, Poker (preferrably Texas Hold 'Em), and Slot machines

Add: restaurant interiors

Add: an extended, always accessible North Yankton

Add: working paramedic AI that actually give a sh*t about dead/unconscious pedestrians

Add: *less aggressive police AI that don't give you a wanted level simply for standing next to them

Add: *unlimited vehicle spawns from garages

Add: *soft body car physics

Remove: *stored vehicle limit on player-owned garages

Remove: *GTA V's current weak, downgraded car destruction system

Remove: Money and leveling in GTA Online.  Completely.

Remove: I don't know, Yoga?!  I honestly wouldn't remove much unless making compromises were necessary.


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#102

Posted 22 December 2013 - 02:31 AM

Add: unlimited vehicle spawns from garages

Add: soft body car physics

Remove: GTA V's current, weak, downgraded car destruction system

I honestly do not get GTA 5's damage system.

 

I mean, the damage is definitely there. Cars can get f*cking obliterated; better than GTA 4's cars, infact.

 

But then, it's extremely hard to get them to that point. You have to hit trains, run into A LOT of things, drive down mountains, etc.

 

I just do not get it.


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Posted 22 December 2013 - 02:31 AM Edited by Official General, 22 December 2013 - 02:32 AM.

 

Eh, I don't agree with that, but if that's what people think, then that's what people think. I respect that.

 
What, to me, would be symbolic is R*'s lack of being able to keep the car on after getting out of it, not yoga. That's just me though.

 

@ Masterfocker

 

Sorry I meant Rockstar's weak ideas for activities like yoga and triathlon, not for the whole game.

 

I never even noticed that slight flaw about the car engine still being on after exiting it. I can see why that would annoy people, because it was little things like that that I appreciated in GTA IV. 

 

One thing I can't stand in V is how the police, gang members or anyone with just a pistol can blast you to death in a matter of seconds, even if you are equipped with full armor. That was some bullsh*t, it was really annoying. 

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Posted 22 December 2013 - 02:58 AM Edited by seventonblade, 22 December 2013 - 03:11 AM.

 

Add: unlimited vehicle spawns from garages

Add: soft body car physics

Remove: GTA V's current, weak, downgraded car destruction system

I honestly do not get GTA 5's damage system.

 

I mean, the damage is definitely there. Cars can get f*cking obliterated; better than GTA 4's cars, infact.

 

But then, it's extremely hard to get them to that point. You have to hit trains, run into A LOT of things, drive down mountains, etc.

 

I just do not get it.

 

I guess it's because they just didn't want to make it so easy to wreck your beautiful, decked-out cars, but then I don't understand why they didn't just do what Saints Row did and make it so your cars aren't deleted from your garage the moment you spawn them.  After all, it's obvious they've taken a more arcade approach with GTA V than they did with GTA IV.


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Posted 22 December 2013 - 03:25 AM

 

 

Add: unlimited vehicle spawns from garages

Add: soft body car physics

Remove: GTA V's current, weak, downgraded car destruction system

I honestly do not get GTA 5's damage system.

 

I mean, the damage is definitely there. Cars can get f*cking obliterated; better than GTA 4's cars, infact.

 

But then, it's extremely hard to get them to that point. You have to hit trains, run into A LOT of things, drive down mountains, etc.

 

I just do not get it.

 

I guess it's because they just didn't want to make it so easy to wreck your beautiful, decked-out cars, but then I don't understand why they didn't just do what Saints Row did and make it so your cars aren't deleted from your garage the moment you spawn them.  After all, it's obvious they've taken a more arcade approach with GTA V than they did with GTA IV.

 

I dunno. I guess we'll never know.


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Posted 22 December 2013 - 03:35 AM Edited by DopeSack, 22 December 2013 - 03:38 AM.

hmmm id say id add the very basics to in game security by adding a individual key to each disc to actually allow rockstar to suspend and ban people from server access 


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Posted 24 December 2013 - 04:40 AM

Add the VTOL Hydra.

Remove yoga and all of the pointless contacts in your phone.

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Posted 24 December 2013 - 05:23 AM

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