so, because two people decided to ruin the game you have decided that you now have the authority to ruin it for everyone else? Don't get me wrong I know how much that sucks, but being a hypocrite isn't going to right the wrong they did to you. Considering your basing your opinion of all gamers in the lobby off of a couple of bad eggs is just as ridiculous as hating a country just because you had a bad experience from someone who was born there. You should judge individuals by the content of their character rather than hate all of them because of one bad time.
Noone ruined the game for him. f he wants to be left alone start a private lobby or go into passive mode. I for one fully embrace whatever happens to me or whatever I dish out in free roam.
i'm not sure, i have yet to be impressed by TLOU. heard it has a great story but that the rest of the aspects are kinda overrated...
Sounds like you havent even played TLOU so yeah, no doubt you "have yet to be impressed."TLOU was an absolutely amazing experiance. I actually had no issues with the gameplay. At the time I regarded it as one of the best games ive played this generation. Even the multiplayer was good. I liked it so much I got the platinum trophy.
Honestly as an overall package GTA V surpasses TLOU in nearly every aspect. There is just so much gameplay here. The only unknown would be multiplayer but its a safe bet GTA V multiplayer will trounce what adds up to a gussied up deathmatch in TLOU.
The bottom line is that this year has seen some absolutely incredible games released.
In regards to El_Dresso's post the settings he is referring to are basically pre-adjusted picture settings i.e. contrast, sharpness, brightness etc. Since they are only pre-sets manually adjusting each setting will give the best picture over all but it takes time.
Bsham, sorry but that is completely false information. Most games on ps3 only render at 720p. GTAV is one of those games. Go into your ps3 settings and check off 720p ONLY so it forces the ps3 to only display in 720p. When your tv has to upscale the image from 720 to fit into a 1080p screen there is a loss of quality. I use a 42" plasma and the image quality is noticeably sharper when forcing 720p.
Anti-aliasing is a technique used to hide the "stair-stepping" of pixels. Higher resolutions means more pixels which in return actually makes having AA less of an issue. Lower resolutions actually need AA more than higher resolutions.