@ MasterfockerI'm pretty sure as long as R* can prove that what they showed was gonna be in the game, but the cut, then they're fine.The problem itself is not that "they removed the trees". The problem is that they removed what they SHOWED to us on trailers, that can be called as false advertising, and that is worth complaining. Although R* did this before with IV's fingerless gloves and I'm sure there's a lot more to come. Thanks to GTA V I'm kinda prepared to resist the hype of another GTA.
I am kind of at a loss as to why some people expected emense expanses of forest & desert. Not to mention how ridiclously childish some people act about it.. as if more trees would have stopped anyone complaining about the game or berating Rockstar.
San Andreas did not have any thing better. The scale of such geographical topography has always been small in GTA & in most open world games, specifically those that are hand built.
The pictures posted by SouthLand are ridiclous comparisons based on ridiclous expectations.
SA did have better rural areas, you could really feel something creepy while walking alone in Shady Creeks, Back O' Beyond and The Panopticon. GTA V's countryside is full of empty mountains.
This is just going off technical thinking, though. I may or may not be wrong.
What do you mean by " they're fine" ?? Lol you're one seriously funny guy.
Like your their legal representative on PR matters (you act like it anyway). I really hope you are getting paid for your PR/spokesman role for Rockstar, or you own shares or stock with them, because this is ass-lickin' at its finest and most professional.