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Grand Theft Auto IV
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In the bar Tequi-la-la, at the entrance, there is two iconic clothing choices for Niko in GTA IV hanging on a rack. One that caught my eye instantly was one of my favorite jackets for Niko. I recognized it instantly.
GTA is the type of game that tells a story of a character then it's done. No need for another game with the character because at the end of each game, their stories are done.
Right, and i felt like it wasnt in the case of GTA V. But thats what Rockstar's style is. Nothing we can do.
I'm going to agree with you actually. While I felt the game is highly deep and complex, it's just too short and has no leading or and soft undertones of drama. Well, there is but not enough that was in IV and even it's DLCs, which where short. GTA V feels just so rushed with its story. I know its low of me and I hate it but I secretly want them to release pre story DLCs for each Character that adds like 30 or so missions to each character. I also really wish for them to add more friend activates like basketball or other things because I really like the extra dialogue in friends but all there really is in GTA V is drinking. Sure there's movies, tennis and darts but well, darts are too far for most friends, tennis doesn't fit everyone and the movies are really out of place. Anyways, I want more missions that get GTA to a higher story longevity. I spend months on my GTA IV playthroughs than GTA V because of the lack of slow down in the story, there's less human emotions to intake between missions. The friends have decent activities in IV too. So that helps.
I agree, it does feel they took a step backward with vehicle damage interaction for the helicopters. Although, I do like how the engine fails at times in GTA V. But all together, it's a bit of a let down. Oh well, what can you do?
I feel like Rockstar got so ambitious on GTA V that they forget some key aspects that made GTA IV so special. I also think that GTA IV is the child and game Rockstar wanted to make. As in, Rockstar didn't make the game everyone wanted, but a game they wanted. A game where they put their heart into the development, they made a game they were proud of. Not what the industry wanted, not what the mainstream wanted, but what they wanted. An artistic approach to their idea and their views on a fantastic game. Whilst GTA V is trying to please everyone, it forgets what it wants to be. It's trying to cater to everyone instead of being proud and unique of itself. But it's defiantly not a bad game. It doesn't deserve all the hate it's getting. Just like how GTA IV gets a lot of blind and simple hate. They're both really great games. But as Liberty said, GTA IV is my preferred choice.
This all sounds like Online stuff. The voices all sound like those random phone calls on Online.
online and offline - that'd be my dream!!!!
I want singleplayer DLC
SNOWMOBILE races for North Yankton
all new story set in North Yankton
I'd pay lots of money for it but I want it.
Maybe there will be some bleed effects from Online to SP like Beach Bum stuff but I don't think there will be much. If this is true, I feel kinda of cheated. Like SP is legitimately not complete yet. Frist time I've been with the whole "DLC is killing SP" crowd.