The wanted level system in this gta is by far the best they've done with. Once you learn some techniques it's so rewarding. It bein harder makes you have to think more creatively. Yesterday I had two stars in sandy shores and decided to evade them by running only. I was taking cover, using stealth, running my ass off hopping fences. It almost felt like what you see on COPS. Get 2 or 3 stars around lake zancudo and evade them by swimming and running up some paths along the mountains, and then randomly hearing a jaguar ready to attack and having to shoot it down. It's amazing. They made evading cops just as fun, if not more fun in the desert/forest areas.
So no, they aren't too hard. Harder than before yes, but that makes it much more enjoyable.
R* isn't the problem, it's the PLAYERS. Mostly all of you are spoiled brats. When GTA 3 came out it was a game changer, fast forward to now and it's as if you expect the game to pop up in front of you with infinite things to do. Well it's not like that, so deal with it.
GTAV is an unbelievably incredible game. Every time I play this game I'm amazed at the detail and landscape. Yet most of you just complain about the "poor graphics" or "lack of stuff to do", I hardly even go on rampages and find fun in the game. I have been playing the game for two weeks straight, about 2 hrs a day, and I'm still finding stuff to do.
I'm also not one of those assholes who buys a game and tries to beat it ASAP. Two weeks in and over 42 hrs in and I have still only done 28/69 career missions.
I feel bad for you spoiled assholes. If you can't enjoy gtav then what other game could you possibly enjoy?
I feel like a lot of people here are spoiled brats.
1. It's a video game. There are MUCH more important things in your life than some virtual world.
2. Not enough freedom? What the hell are you talking about? You're playing on a map with 50 sq miles. Everywhere I go there is a different setting. After I'm done with a mission I see there are ladders to climb, shores to swim, new settings to explore, internet to view, tv to watch, cars to modify, characters to customize, mountains to climb, animals to kill, I mean what more do you want?!
3. It's like everyone plays the game to beat the main story missions any then they're "done" and bored... How about exploring this huge map?! I've played the game for hours upon hours the past 5 days and have only done 10 story mission and about 7 freaks missions. 80% of my time spent is exploring and f*cking around
4. Learn to appreciate what ENTERTAINMENT is. It's a f*cking video game. You're supposed to ENJOY it. Be thankful the amount of ridiculous detail they put into this game. And learn to worry about much more important things.... Face palm