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#1 Chris

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Posted 10 June 2014 - 03:12 AM

It has been announced by Sony at tonight's E3 conference that Grand Theft Auto V will indeed be headed to the PS4 after all, and soon too, later this "fall" (that means Autumn in case you're not American). It was later confirmed that the game will also be coming to Xbox One and PC too. So finally all the idiots can stop whining with stupid and pathetic online protests, and instead go completely mental over this wonderful news!
 
Also here's a new trailer for the upcoming release.
 

 

Grand Theft Auto V will take full advantage of the power of the PlayStation®4, Xbox One and PC with across-the-board graphical and technical improvements to deliver a stunning new level of detail. Increased draw distances, finer texture details, denser traffic, and enhanced resolutions all work together to bring new life to the cities, towns, deserts and oceans of Rockstar North’s epic reimagining of Southern California.

All new content and gameplay created since the launch of Grand Theft Auto Online, including an extensive array of new Jobs, an arsenal of new weapons, scores of new vehicles, new properties and player customizations will also be available for the PlayStation®4 system, Xbox One and PC with much more to come. In addition, the current community of players will have the ability to transfer their Grand Theft Auto Online characters and progression to their choice of PlayStation®4, Xbox One or PC.

Grand Theft Auto V for PC will also feature a video editor designed for advanced movie-making.



#2 BlackListedB

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Posted 10 June 2014 - 03:40 AM

Many feel that Rockstar and Take2's handling of Rockstar North won't relate at this point or points past with E3 or other big gaming expos. The fact they feel is the studio's landmark work thus far is so seminal that it doesn't need extra effort to promote any longer, Rockstar keep as secretive as ever and that's more so then any time prior, certainly in the days where they orchestrated controversy.

 

What was mentioned prior was an announcement by next year, before Spring 2015, if this is just bringing about GTA V for Sony PS4, it doesn't look to offer a redux version, and likely for Xbox One as well considering already terminal wait for the game's gestation.

 

In effect what I'm saying is judging on what's come up in discussions with this added, I believe we're looking at a true point to the rumor, or as I suspect originally, a new IP for the new systems, a PC successor in current tech gen, in essence a new followup to Red Dead Redemption for PC players as well, it's a long shot or my best hope for Rockstar moving forward, but we can still expect new product announcement after this year ends.

 

Agent still as Vaporware we hope can see to through fruition


Edited by BlackListedB, 10 June 2014 - 03:46 AM.


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Posted 10 June 2014 - 03:45 AM

My reaction to it, mostly:
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Seriously, though, at least we can rest easy now, although the chances of it being rather unpotimised is still there.

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Posted 10 June 2014 - 04:25 AM

There was a lot of MAJOR MAJOR groundwork done to make GTA V, as such it's only a finale and entrance or gateway product for new and old consoles.

 

I hasten to add a local TV news segment touched on a new console coming to market, but I only heard them compare Nintendo and Sony and the Wii U mentioned, there's no news there at all, and even one could argue, not factual either. Microsoft and Sony are deep in competition with Xbox and Playstation, Nintendo's demographic doesn't really impede either of those



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Posted 10 June 2014 - 06:48 AM

Seriously, though, at least we can rest easy now, although the chances of it being rather unpotimised is still there.

 

"Unpotimised"?



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Posted 10 June 2014 - 08:53 PM

Fantastic trailer yet again by Rockstar! Next gen version looks stunning. PC version day one for me, and I might get PS4 version in 2015 depending if I still have my PS3. Blacklisted we wont hear about Agent for a while I'm guessing 2015 E3 maybe. And *fingers crossed* I hope we get a Red Dead 2 annoucement for the VGAs this year.

 

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Posted 11 June 2014 - 12:05 PM

Seriously, though, at least we can rest easy now, although the chances of it being rather unpotimised is still there.

 
"Unpotimised"?


Whoops, sorry for the typo dude, didn't notice it. :)
 

Fantastic trailer yet again by Rockstar! Next gen version looks stunning. PC version day one for me, and I might get PS4 version in 2015 depending if I still have my PS3. Blacklisted we wont hear about Agent for a while I'm guessing 2015 E3 maybe. And *fingers crossed* I hope we get a Red Dead 2 annoucement for the VGAs this year.
 
The song is Dan Croll - From Nowhere for anyone out there wondering.

Not to mention that they did some major graphical enhancements to the game, most noticeably denser vegetation compared to the seventh-gen versions.

And yeah, that's what I found out when I made a parody trailer based on R*'s.

Edited by Huckleberry Pie, 11 June 2014 - 12:07 PM.

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Posted 12 June 2014 - 04:06 AM

For not having Rockstar take part in the normal Industry events, I feel they've gotten a bit swollen headed ego in the kindest sense of the word, as I mentioned reading about their history and the book Jacked, you get that impression repeatedly, now they can rest somewhat on their successes, and in taking their time, they do just that, in one way or another, since we don't know what they're at work on, but Agent was a serious investment in a concept that I feel would most resemble the cable series The Americans, and a cross with James Bond elements, and I feel in replicating a prior era that's not really exploited, taking the project to conclusion can still pay off, since it's not contingent on being current. Same with RDR of course, they're re-inviting us to a historical period in time to step into a time machine in effect, and Much more so then the 80s of Vice City, or GTA III 90s.

 

The thing that bothers me most is so much concentration on GTA Online, while it's admiral for pioneering new ideas for Online, Perhaps in my mind, the idea that David Jones had for MMO GTA by way of All Points Bulletin is still not what we see with GTAO, but it's a worthy push of the yard stick in gaming forward, I just see their LC map getting too clogged up with various activity icons those official and those set up by user created content. I think taking Online further might just require some new maps, which can be a whole 'nother can of worms in regard to problems that entails. However, it also gives entirely new life to that prospect of similar gaming.

 

Oh, and Someone did a HORRID job translating or TRYING to speak English with this online find;

http://n4g.com/news/...ad-redemption-2

 

BUT, if rumor had some weight now, I suspect he's saying there's a possible admittance that Red Dead  or Redemption 2 'working title' might come to also be released at the end of the year, and even a blurb about a PC release! Man, won't that beat all!!??


Edited by BlackListedB, 12 June 2014 - 04:29 AM.


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Posted 13 June 2014 - 03:50 AM

Hammerhead sharks??? is there going to be new stuff in the next-gen versions of the game?



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Posted 13 June 2014 - 04:13 AM

^You mean current gen. PS3 and 360 are last gen now.

 

At any rate, if these hammerheads are a sign of an expanded wildlife roster, it might make me start thinking about getting a PS4. I was really dissatisfied with the lackluster amount of species in GTA V compared to Red Dead Redemption.



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Posted 14 June 2014 - 04:30 AM

I'm figuring on any brush ups being time-sensitive, as I pointed out, development overall has slowed to about two MAIN AAA titles per generation, even with expected new console shelf life based on the long running Sony Playstation's status of 10 years, In recent years, when someone from Sony or MS commented on development, they said they'd try and keep a timetable much closer to the competition then the PS3 and Xbox360 worked out, a year apart!

 

It was deemed too long a gestation period, but allowed MS to hype it's first HiDef console, while PS3 brought with it BluRay and HDMI out of the gate.

 

Oh, and to comment opinion about last, current, next gen.... It's too soon to talk Next Gen console for the BIG TWO (Microsoft is MS BTW ...and Sony) beyond what's been released, as Techspot pointed out, so far, less then a year. PS4 and Xbox One are still Next Gen for a while because their life span won't be much shorter then the above modern consoles, even older 16bit systems had a pretty good run.


Edited by BlackListedB, 14 June 2014 - 04:36 AM.


#12 Nate10

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Posted 16 June 2014 - 03:08 AM

Sounds like an indirect way to split up the amount of users that play on each system, making each system have a smaller amount of traffic. Bummer.

 

Btw... next-gen, current-gen and so on are inconsequential considering they're only as correct as the context specifies. Xbox One/ps4/etc = eighth generation vs 360/ps3 = 7th generation.



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Posted 25 June 2014 - 06:32 PM

^You mean current gen. PS3 and 360 are last gen now.

 

 

Oh, and to comment opinion about last, current, next gen.... It's too soon to talk Next Gen console for the BIG TWO (Microsoft is MS BTW ...and Sony) beyond what's been released, as Techspot pointed out, so far, less then a year. PS4 and Xbox One are still Next Gen for a while because their life span won't be much shorter then the above modern consoles, even older 16bit systems had a pretty good run.

 

 

Btw... next-gen, current-gen and so on are inconsequential considering they're only as correct as the context specifies. Xbox One/ps4/etc = eighth generation vs 360/ps3 = 7th generation.

 

Who the fuck cares? you all know what I meant...



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Posted 27 June 2014 - 02:20 AM

The point is Next Gen really straddles a line at one point, that time is past for the moment, because as I pointed out, 10 years was Sony's console projection based on the success of PS1 AND PS2, PS3 took a hit straight away upon it's rollout, but it obviously made up ground later on, in the long run, I think Sony's projection realistically is transposed onto Microsoft's strengths upon release of Xbox360 and that basis of users constitutes how Xbox One is judged in reality upon it's rollout success.  

In simple terms, what we're seeing is shy of 10 years projected console lifespan, that falls more in line to 7 years or so, where we're at presently for the time being. Console games as we've seen with AAA titles coincides with the complexity and quality we want and tend to get on the systems. GTA 2 and half releases in one life span per gen, but we'll see how things pan out later on in the future, but to me it's slowing, quality DEMANDS more time and effort, and that means fewer games in succession

 

We can't say how well the Xbox One might fare had there been no real successful watermark standard for Xbox and Xbox360.

 

I think we all tend to see the success or proliferation of Xbox Kinect and Xbox Live as significant factors.

Sony's belief in Home didn't come to the great end it had envisioned, but PSN is still allowing online players their piece of the pie.

I tend to think PC's challenge rests along side that of consoles, so I think there's a minor connection although not nearly as evident when we talk next gen tech for PC and that of the consoles, for example; all the electronic evolutionary development feeds basic manufacture of those same components. Trickle Down theory at work, and how ATI and nVidia are really the sole players in GPU development.

 

Remember, kiddies, AMD owns ATI now, but nVidia being an independent player basically accounts for them not concentrating on the consoles this time around, I think though not publicly addressed, this is how things played out this time around.


Edited by BlackListedB, 27 June 2014 - 02:35 AM.


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Posted 28 June 2014 - 10:42 AM

just in time they bring joy to the hearts of PC and next gen console users.






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