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#161 Bear

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Posted 07 November 2011 - 06:10 PM

I hope that information is true as that would be amazing. I'm happy with it being just LS but I would like it to have small country towns for some variety.

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Posted 07 November 2011 - 06:49 PM

I'd like multiple cities. I spent most of my time in de Desert, the countryside and LV. Just coming back to LS now and then for something in my imaginary storyline. It's still the only game I've ever did that in. Having that vast world gave nearly endless possibilities. GTA IV feeling somewhat confined in my opinion and in the end I found it to be rather disappointing. Just didn't give me the same kicks as Vice City and San Andreas did (GTA III was before my time I guess.. at least before I was able to buy games myself).

I doubt that Rockstar is going to do it, but I do sincerely hope that they put in some other city. Or at least some little other towns like the country side had. Just thinking of driving through the countryside from town to town with K-Rose on makes me happy. Same for doing stuff with the Hydra over the desert and area whatever (probably 69, knowing Rockstar) with K-DST. Rockstar is extremely skilled in recreating time periods. I don't understand why they're suddenly making their GTA games in the present. They just aren't as good at that if you ask me.

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Posted 07 November 2011 - 08:10 PM

Don't know where to put it, so I will just post it here.
Maybe a leak, maybe a fake. Who knows..
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The black around the map might indicate that some other regions haven't yet been unlocked, thus making SF and LV still an option.

And then a big quote:

1: The game world is absolutely massive and will push both xbox and PS3 to the very limit in terms of what it has accomplished. Yes, the main city is simply Los Santos however is it AT LEAST 4 times bigger than Liberty City in GTA 4 and that is just Los Santos. The surrounding country side, beaches, etc are massive. For instance, we saw the main character ( an African/American, early 30′s) travel by car from the center of Los Santos into the wilderness and it took over 15 minutes. The views were incredible from farmhouses with cattle, huge wind farms, an oil refinery which appeared to be living and breathing with nearly 100 NPCs working on machinery, operating vehicles, lifting and loaded, etc, unlike the gas works in GTA 4 which seemed to only house a few NPC at a time. The forests are more beautiful than those in RDR and featured people camping, young NPC drinking and dancing around campfires, people riding dirt bikes and jumping over logs, streams, etc. The water effects, forna, plants, trees all looked beautiful.

2: The shooting mechanics have been greatly improved with animations for diving, climbing, rolling and crawling all added for better realism. The re-loading animations for new ammo also look cooler, less static.

3: There is much more climbable elements in the world such as ladders, overhand climbing, etc.

4: There are animals in the game from dogs to cattle but at this time it is not confirmed if you will be able to harm the animals. Rockstar were able to get away with it in RDR as it was a true depiction of the world in which the game was set. Allowing dogs/cattle to die in a game sent in current times may cause headaches with PETA. Its unclear if Rockstar were joking here.

5: There are planes to pilot and they can be crashed into buildings if you choose to do so….

6: Rockstar have included many, many more interior locations such as a shopping mall, college campus, police station, a huge hospital and there is also a vast underground sewer network which one mission later in the game involves a jet ski chase that culminates in a Fugitive-esque waterfall jump ( there are nods to the ridiculous but awesome Ballad Of Gay Tony missions)

7: The city is full of NPCs jogging, weight-lifting, hitting on women, being chased on foot by cops, shopping, washing cars, fixing fences, moving home, filling up their cars, etc.

REAL JUICY INFO:

1: Cars can be upgraded/repaired and it has been considered to have a car have fuel forcing the player to fill her up.

2: The dating aspect of the game is gone. You still have a cell-phone but only people you will meet in the game will call you to ask you to do a mission or to ask you to do something else before the mission.

3: Weapons include the usual arsenal you’d aspect but the flamethrowers, remote mines, laxer trip mines and claymores are included. It is possible now to pick up random objects in a street/buidling to use as a weapon. There is also a museum where it is possible to steal old age swords, axes, etc.

4: it is possible to rupture a fuel line and if you shot at the trail of gasoline it will lead straight back to the car blowing it up.

5: mini games such as bowling, darts, etc have all gone. You can play basketball, weight train, arm wrestle, gamble and cage fight, enter triatholons, water races, cannoing, ab-saling, rock climbing, base jumping, ski diving. More to be confirmed.

6: Character customization is back but only in terms of clothing, body weight, etc. The player you start off which, much like CJ, can’t be altered by race, age, height, etc.

7: Rockstar said burglary missions may return but only as part of missions and not on neighborhood houses.

8: No children NPC at all. Ever.

9: There is now an ability to grab people and use as shields or in “hostage” situations.

10: The cops are much, much, much more realistic. If you kill somebody when you know there are no cops around you will not run the risk of a one star as often as you would in GTA4. The cops will use smoke and tear gas, dogs, riot gear and rams to knock down the doors of buildings you are hiding in.

11: You can enter some buildings and lock doors, push objects in the way to barricade.

12: You become better at things as the game progresses. If you only ride motorbikes then you will increase your skills, same as individual weapons.

13: Certain weapons can be customizable and some even home-made.

14: One mission involves breaking out a very familiar GTA icon from a previous game…

15: Torrential rain fall and sunshine and even tremors will appear in the game.


Sounds quite nice.

where did this info come from??

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Posted 07 November 2011 - 08:12 PM

Part was from Playstation Magazine I believe. The picture was from a Dutch gamingsite. They wouldn't post a fake themselves, but they warned that it may very well be a fake. Supposedly from a Sony employee or something.

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Posted 07 November 2011 - 08:18 PM

I'd like multiple cities. I spent most of my time in de Desert, the countryside and LV. Just coming back to LS now and then for something in my imaginary storyline. It's still the only game I've ever did that in. Having that vast world gave nearly endless possibilities. GTA IV feeling somewhat confined in my opinion and in the end I found it to be rather disappointing. Just didn't give me the same kicks as Vice City and San Andreas did (GTA III was before my time I guess.. at least before I was able to buy games myself).

I doubt that Rockstar is going to do it, but I do sincerely hope that they put in some other city. Or at least some little other towns like the country side had. Just thinking of driving through the countryside from town to town with K-Rose on makes me happy. Same for doing stuff with the Hydra over the desert and area whatever (probably 69, knowing Rockstar) with K-DST. Rockstar is extremely skilled in recreating time periods. I don't understand why they're suddenly making their GTA games in the present. They just aren't as good at that if you ask me.

^I agree, there was ALWAYS something to do SOMEWHERE in SA and it didn't take you long to figure out what you wanted to do. Whereas GTA IV kinda left me bored and limited to what you can actually do. Hopefully with the vast country side, mountains, ocean (jetskis sound fun) and whatever else R* throws in there, we should be entertained for quite a while.

I think that they are making GTA games in the present now because they feel that they have generally covered the other eras. Now I know that they didn't even etch the surface of the amount of story or game material that they could extract from the 80s, 90s and early 2000s but since GTA has always (more so with and after the release of GTA III) been a satire/interpretation of the American and world culture, I think that they find it interesting to experiment with how accurately they can represent the world today in a video game medium. Since there have been so many crime movies and games set in the 60s-2000s, it would make me think that R* would feel privileged or proud to have the opportunity to create a game based on what crime/life is like currently. Also they did some games that were set in quite early on the 20th century like L.A. Noire and Red Dead Redemption so maybe they're leaving the 'past' to games like that. Anyways maybe I'm over analyzing it a little bit but that's just my opinion. I would love to see a GTA game set +20 years ago because it would be a nice change and exposure to a time that I didn't grow up in. One more thing, so far GTA games (starting with III, not too sure about 1, 2 and London) have been set in the 80s,90s and 2000s. So maybe, since it is technically a new decade, this will be their crack at setting a game in the (although not radically different, but still significantly different) 2010s - if that's what we're calling it these days haha.

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Posted 07 November 2011 - 10:08 PM

The thing that I notice most about GTA is that everyone has their own style of playing it.

Some people just play through the storyline, whilst others piss about in the countryside, others roleplay as a cop or gangster, others drive around shooting prostitutes, others go around collecting items, others race and stunt with vehicles, others make mods or videos, and many more I can't even imagine.

GTA San Andreas gave many more opportunities for that than any other GTA game, or even any other game. You could be everything from a mafia boss to a taxi driver to a military scientist in Area 69. You could spend your day chilling on grove street, driving down the open road, robbing casinos or flying over the vast countryside.

GTA IV, in contrast, was much more 2-dimensional. Outside of the storyline, there wasn't much else to do except drive around a city. There weren't many buildings to go in, no countryside to explore, no planes to fly, no destinations really.

It looks like GTA V will change that - I just hope they go all-the-way and give us the best ever sandbox to play in.

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Posted 07 November 2011 - 10:51 PM

I hope they do, I like to explore and find little things that people would probably miss. San Andreas had a lot of stuff hidden all over the map while GTA IV didn't have to much. Biggest thing I remember in that one is just the beating heart in the Statue of Happiness.
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Posted 08 November 2011 - 07:55 AM

i saw on another site that they suggested the possibility of there being a city in the game called Las Puerta (San Diego), cuz the freeway shown is the I-5 Las Puerta Freeway. the LA portion of the real life version of interstate 5 is known as the san diego freeway, so being able to go to the city of san diego could be a possibility and would be awesome ;)

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Posted 08 November 2011 - 09:38 AM

Who knew that it was los santos all the way and the graphics looks awesome

i think R* have used their RAGE HD the new one :D

The new RAGE HD engine?

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Posted 09 November 2011 - 09:58 AM

This looks really awesome. I love how they chose San Andreas as the location.

And hello everyone. Been a long time since I saw any one of you.

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Posted 10 November 2011 - 01:21 PM

Welcome to the first-ever Grand Theft Auto V Era with the upcoming game, Grand Theft Auto IV by Q1 2013!

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Posted 10 November 2011 - 03:16 PM

^ Welcome to the forum! Any source on that release date? Or is it just a rumour or a prediction from you?

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Posted 11 November 2011 - 09:57 AM

For nearly a week, I waded through the GTAF V section of all the topics and queries, and I'm burned out, I can't even rehash them properly. I would say, it's likely to be a vast map, nearly as big as HALF of San Andreas based on what you can see in the trailer from one end to the other, in large scope scenes, like the one with the lone oil derrick on a hill, and judging from locations away from the City. However, closest to the Ocean, the Los Santos and Vinewood sections are most obvious from the first trailer, it still looks like some hybrid however, with some newly done geography, and despite that, much improved AI appears to be the biggest perk to GTA V

The graphics are close to Red Dead Red, but they're still not quite there, to be honest, Rockstar San Diego's got a leg up on Aaron Garbut and his crew of artists.

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Posted 16 November 2011 - 05:21 AM

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SEE THIS HUGE LONG UNNOTICED VEHICLE MOVING FROM BEHIND THE BEGGAR ON THE OPPOSITE SIDE OF THE ROAD !!
SEEMS TO BE A TRAILER OR SOMETHING..

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Posted 16 November 2011 - 12:15 PM

''Unnoticed''?

Saw that the 1st time I watched the trailer lol.

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Posted 16 November 2011 - 06:27 PM

For nearly a week, I waded through the GTAF V section of all the topics and queries, and I'm burned out, I can't even rehash them properly. I would say, it's likely to be a vast map, nearly as big as HALF of San Andreas based on what you can see in the trailer from one end to the other, in large scope scenes, like the one with the lone oil derrick on a hill, and judging from locations away from the City. However, closest to the Ocean, the Los Santos and Vinewood sections are most obvious from the first trailer, it still looks like some hybrid however, with some newly done geography, and despite that, much improved AI appears to be the biggest perk to GTA V

The graphics are close to Red Dead Red, but they're still not quite there, to be honest, Rockstar San Diego's got a leg up on Aaron Garbut and his crew of artists.


Graphic's in red dead aren't anything special. From what I understand as well, it was a different R* team that did red dead, V will be made by North.

I just hope they cut back on the realism a little bit, and multiplayer on IV got tedious when you have to recollect ur weapon's each time you die.. Someone mentioned a glimpse of a dog in the trailer, that would be so awesome the police could set them on you.. They could have them at the airports, sniffer dog's O.o

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Posted 16 November 2011 - 07:50 PM

I just hope they cut back on the realism a little bit


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Me too.

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Posted 17 November 2011 - 01:58 AM

''Unnoticed''?

Saw that the 1st time I watched the trailer lol.

lol but
I mean it hasn't been yet even discussed on this forum where all details of trailer where elaborated!

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Posted 17 November 2011 - 03:07 AM

I am still confused that Ned Luke is the protagonist? O.o

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Posted 17 November 2011 - 06:42 AM


''Unnoticed''?

Saw that the 1st time I watched the trailer lol.

lol but
I mean it hasn't been yet even discussed on this forum where all details of trailer where elaborated!


Oh yeah. IDK could be a car carrier trailer...




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