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Will GTA5 be compatible with Kinect/Move?


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Does anyone think it could happen? One of the reasons they havent made announcements on GTA5 could be that they are exploring new gameplay ideas, and with the release of PS move and xbox Kinect there will be no next gen consoles for the next couple of years at least so im hoping that they are concentrating on making the game compatible with motion control gameplay.Personally i would love to see it happen.

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I am a Kinect/move troll. they are the biggest fads out, i have plkayed both as well as owning a wii, and i tell you the whole moving around is a novelty at first but then it blows.

 

It would be cool to have Kinect on foot fighting people would be fun, but aside from that it would be difficult to use.

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This idea would just kill the gaming industry for me.

Grand Theft Auto just is not the type of game that should be used with Kinect/Move.

 

Although it sounds like a great idea for some, others including myself would hate to see it for the reason that again it would just kill the gaming industry.

 

Controllers are where it's at right now in my opinion, and if your going to play GTA then that should be the way it stays.

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Does anyone think it could happen? One of the reasons they havent made announcements on GTA5 could be that they are exploring new gameplay ideas, and with the release of PS move and xbox Kinect there will be no next gen consoles for the next couple of years at least so im hoping that they are concentrating on making the game compatible with motion control gameplay.Personally i would love to see it happen.

No, I think they're not announcing the game yet because they don't want GTA V to overshadow the other games they're currently developing such as Agent and Max Payne 3, just to name a few. I seriously doubt they're worried about the gimmick that is motion-controlled gaming and eye-popping 3D gaming. And besides, I cannot see a GTA game work well on the PlayStation Move, let alone the flop that is the Kinect. It just seems silly.

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Maybe it wouldnt work as an all-out motion control game, but some elements of the gameplay would be great if you had to get up off your butt and do some of the actions yourself.I played Godfather game on the Wii and i really thought it added to the game rather than take away from it.Things like being able to strangle, punch, swing a baseball bat, throw guys from rooftops etc. feels awesome to do and manually aiming your gun is a big help too.

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I can almost guarantee that the next GTA will have, at least, limited support for Move/Kinect if they are released on the PS3/360. I mean, just look at GTA IV. It had limited SIXAXIS support on the PS3.

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4 words NO WAY IN HELL

 

 

 

 

 

That is all.

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F**k that, NO.

Lmao, such an unusual post by you. Normally, you would have elaborated on that one.

 

Anyway, I say hell f*cking no. I ain't buying it unless it's in 3D and features zombies.

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If GTA V was for XBOX kinect and PS3 move i would not buy it because it wouldn't be the same and it would just ruin GTA V overall and it wouldn't work properly. I will only buy GTA V if it were the same as before( like GTA IV were) though if it was in 3D and what it was before(Both of them) then ok but no way if it was only for PS3 move and XBOX kinect.

 

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F**k that, NO.

Lmao, such an unusual post by you. Normally, you would have elaborated on that one.

 

Anyway, I say hell f*cking no. I ain't buying it unless it's in 3D and features zombies.

3D HELL NO! Zombies Meh.

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F**k that, NO.

Lmao, such an unusual post by you. Normally, you would have elaborated on that one.

That one didn't need elaborating, straight to the point tounge.gif.

 

I hope they stay well clear of Kinect/Move for the next GTA, it's not needed, not even for any farty mini games. They should just stick to the controller.

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For all that is (un)holy we can hope not. And yes, this thread already exists so, search plz. thx.

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I love how everyone says no, don't change from what we have, but these same people embraced the changes to the control layout between VC and SA, or between SA and IV.

 

Not to mention again, SIXAXIS control on the PS3 version of IV... Some PS3 players couldn't imagine playing without that anymore.

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I love how everyone says no, don't change from what we have, but these same people embraced the changes to the control layout between VC and SA, or between SA and IV.

 

Not to mention again, SIXAXIS control on the PS3 version of IV... Some PS3 players couldn't imagine playing without that anymore.

I am not sure as to how many players actually look forward to using their body as a controller to carjack someone. Your forgetting that the control changes between VC and SA/ SA and IV weren't even that great, just a couple of buttons. With this Kinect, for example, it's using your body. Totally different.

 

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Guys there is no need to feel threatened by this, motion control is seen as a way to add to the overall gaming experience, not to replace your beloved joypads.I think its something were all just going to have to get used to, most developers are going to be be encouraged to use the technology over the coming years, they didnt spend millions investing in this stuff just to use for a few fitness games you know

 

 

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Guys there is no need to feel threatened by this, motion control is seen as a way to add to the overall gaming experience, not to replace your beloved joypads.I think its something were all just going to have to get used to, most developers are going to be be encouraged to use the technology over the coming years, they didnt spend millions investing in this stuff just to use for a few fitness games you know

Holy balls nice username man!

 

And yes, you have a point. If they did make a Kinect/Move version, I would not buy it, I'd just stick ti the traditional version. However, I don't see a Kinect/Move version of a GTA game selling so well.

 

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F**k that, NO.

Lmao, such an unusual post by you. Normally, you would have elaborated on that one.

 

Anyway, I say hell f*cking no. I ain't buying it unless it's in 3D and features zombies.

Lol Kwandi, I shortened it, the reason being that I've already expressed my opinion on this subject in a similar thread. I take your zombie comment was a joke aswell.

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Guys there is no need to feel threatened by this, motion control is seen as a way to add to the overall gaming experience, not to replace your beloved joypads.I think its something were all just going to have to get used to, most developers are going to be be encouraged to use the technology over the coming years, they didnt spend millions investing in this stuff just to use for a few fitness games you know

@ Tony-Balls

 

Well its not gonna be improving my gaming experience I can tell you that for sure. I'm pretty sure most proper gamers like myself do not really want to see too much of Kinect and all that motion control bullsh*t. And I don't care how much millions was spent investing in motion control, I still think for most part its bullsh*t, save a few fitness and fun multiplayer games. Motion control does not work wonders for the gaming industry that its supporters claim it does, I'm still not interested.

 

And I don't have to get used to it either. If one day in the future that all the best console games use motion control as an only option to play them, that is the day I give up gaming for good, until they revert back to gaming as it stands now.

 

 

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F**k that, NO.

Lmao, such an unusual post by you. Normally, you would have elaborated on that one.

 

Anyway, I say hell f*cking no. I ain't buying it unless it's in 3D and features zombies.

Lol Kwandi, I shortened it, the reason being that I've already expressed my opinion on this subject in a similar thread. I take your zombie comment was a joke aswell.

I can't believe nobody picked up on that being a joke.

 

Just like zombies and 3D, Move/Kinect is just a fad. Wait a few years, and nobodies going to give a f*ck about motion sensing sh*t, just like they won't give a f*ck about zombies or 3D. Hence, GTA is better off without them.

 

Anyway, my opinion is similar. f*ck that sh*t man. f*ck Move, f*ck Kinect, f*ck the Wii, f*ck all motion sensing sh*t.

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I love how everyone says no, don't change from what we have, but these same people embraced the changes to the control layout between VC and SA, or between SA and IV.

 

Not to mention again, SIXAXIS control on the PS3 version of IV... Some PS3 players couldn't imagine playing without that anymore.

I am not sure as to how many players actually look forward to using their body as a controller to carjack someone. Your forgetting that the control changes between VC and SA/ SA and IV weren't even that great, just a couple of buttons. With this Kinect, for example, it's using your body. Totally different.

Nah, I'm not forgetting it. It's just a different way of doing the same thing.

 

I'm willing to lay down money on the PS3 version (if it comes out this generation) having an option for Move control, like those shooter games out there right now.

 

As far as the 360 version, I'm not gonna lay money on Kinect for it, but I'd hazard a guess that the game will include minimal support at least. Not for playing the game, but for things like voice control, mapping your face in multiplayer, etc...

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if I ever experienced Kinect/Move in GTA4, I'd sh!t in the case and send it Rockstar.

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No.

 

On the PS3 they added SIXAXIS support because every PS3 controller had it (well, at least one came with the console). Move and Kinect are separate accessories that not everyone would have, unless Sony/Microsoft decided to make it standard as part of every console. And not to mention it wouldn't work as a major part of the game, since PC gamers wouldn't be able to use it. I used SIXAXIS once, hated it, never used it again. Sounds cliché, but it IS a novelty. I wouldn't expect anything different from Move/Kinect.

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No.

 

On the PS3 they added SIXAXIS support because every PS3 controller had it (well, at least one came with the console). Move and Kinect are separate accessories that not everyone would have, unless Sony/Microsoft decided to make it standard as part of every console. And not to mention it wouldn't work as a major part of the game, since PC gamers wouldn't be able to use it. I used SIXAXIS once, hated it, never used it again. Sounds cliché, but it IS a novelty. I wouldn't expect anything different from Move/Kinect.

Agreed.

 

On top of developing the game for ps3, 360 and PC, then to go and adapt it for both Kinect and Move? No thanks. Motion control = pointless gimmick for games, for other things such as voice control, it's understandable. Really don't think it'll even see minimal support in a GTA game.

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No.

 

On the PS3 they added SIXAXIS support because every PS3 controller had it (well, at least one came with the console). Move and Kinect are separate accessories that not everyone would have, unless Sony/Microsoft decided to make it standard as part of every console. And not to mention it wouldn't work as a major part of the game, since PC gamers wouldn't be able to use it. I used SIXAXIS once, hated it, never used it again. Sounds cliché, but it IS a novelty. I wouldn't expect anything different from Move/Kinect.

There is nothing to say it wont be a menu option like rumble is in a lot of games, or it could auto detect what controller you are using to play.

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I can almost guarantee that the next GTA will have, at least, limited support for Move/Kinect if they are released on the PS3/360. I mean, just look at GTA IV. It had limited SIXAXIS support on the PS3.

SIXAXIS was a built in feature move is an add-on. Rockstar could put time in making some SIXAXIS controls becuase they knew that they were not going to lose any money on it condsiering the fact that everyone who has a PS3 has SIXAXIS. With move/kinect alot of the game would have to redisigned just to fit it, it's like saying that SA should have had compatiblity with the eyetoy. See how dumb that sounds? R* only ever put SIXAXIS in because they wouldn't waste money by making a game many people wouldn't buy cause they would go for the normal version, with SIXAXIS there was a 100% chance that someone would use the feature and wouldn't have to spend time and money redesigning the game and marketing it for a lack of sales. So i Can almost say that there will be no trace of Move/Kinect in the next GTA.

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