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Which minigames do you want to see in GTA VI?

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Posted 3 weeks ago

I want to kill & skin some gators in the HD Vice City Everglades. 

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Posted 3 weeks ago

Realistic steak eating.

Aslong as realistic BBQ sauce is included also. I’m in.
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Posted 3 weeks ago


Realistic steak eating.

Aslong as realistic BBQ sauce is included also. I’m in.



Sorry bud, realistic sauces are a DLC. You'll need to buy 34 shark cards just to afford one bottle.

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Posted 3 weeks ago Edited by Mister Pink, 3 weeks ago.

I remember Rockstar said that for V it would be different in terms of mini games. They said rather than a huge variety of mini-games that the series previously had, they would focus on more fleshed-out games but much less games in V such as Tennis and Golf. I rarely played those games. I think I would have preferred more and variety vs less and more fleshed-out games. That a huge reason why GTA was so great in the 3D era. There were all these often times "hidden" mini-games dotted around the map. It always felt there was so much to do. 


In SA you had: off-track betting, dancing game, casino games (blackjack, poker machines, roulette, wheel of fortune), lowrider game, videogames (Duality, Ready To Bumble, Go-Go Space Monkey), pool, basketball. 


Just between Off-Track Betting and the casinos alone could provide you with hours of fun. It's the kind of mischief I'd rather be getting up to in a crime game than Golf and Tennis. I can also earn good money gambling too.


Bowling in IV is actually quite good. Only mistake about it is that it was put out there as a major feature in a game that lacked many features of the games before, which was a mistake. If bowling was just another "hidden" mini game, Bowling in IV wouldn't have got so much stick


I loved doing the mini-games after story completion and when I was going for 100% in SA. BMX Challenge, NRG Challenge, Chilliad Challenge and the Blood Bowl Challenge in the arena was pretty sweet. The idea of games within  a game in GTA was great but Rockstar getting a little serious when it came to golf and Tennis. OK.. but I only like mini-games in GTA as a completion challenge or just as a distraction, you're not going to replace Tiger Woods game or any of the dedicated games. 


I think Rockstar should introduce more mini-games in future and stop with trying to just do a couple but making them really fleshed out. GTA isn't about Golf and Tennis. GTA is about finding lots of hidden mini-games within the game itself. Like I said, Rockstar can focus on making some of those mini-games more realistic but they're not going to replace the games I all ready own for those minigames like Rory McIlroy/Tiger Woods. So they are better off just making more fun little hidden treasures.

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