Don't do it. Believe me, it's tempting, but I did something similar for Pokémon SoulSilver (putting it before responsibility) and I absolutely regret it. Just wait until you have a spare few hours to really sit back and get some guilt-free quality time with the game - you'll enjoy it a lot more, and you won't be shirking your responsibilities.
Went into the local gaming store to pick up GTA IV since I have the day off today, but left at once when two store clerks zeroed in on me the instant I stepped in through the door. Didn't help my paranoia much that the two of them approached me in a thug like fashion at the same time.
I did managed to catch sight of a soccer mom buying her under 18 years old kid GTA V in the store, so much for that rating system huh.
I think my copy of GTA V will be lying on the doormat of my flat, currently visiting the parentals! Once I'm back I'm sure I'll have something to play though, just as my final & Masters year of Uni starts. Good idea.
I wonder if there ever was a Madeleine McCann. She was probably made up by the parents for attention.
I do wish GTA V had released on PC right now. The game is gorgeous for what they have been able to manage on the current generation of consoles - but it just kinda makes what it can't manage all the more obvious.
Like GTA IV, I'll most likely buy the game again when it's on PC/Xbox One, but it would have been just so much better with that extra graphical touch.
So far, the entire rest of the game has been perfect - it's just that little niggle at the back of your head that the visuals just don't meet their potential without the real lighting and anti-aliasing to go with them.
Got the game today2 and I've been playing it a bit and just goofing round in the game world to check it out. Yet one problem has presented itself already, how do you get off the train after entering it? I've pushed every button on the controller and all I got out of it was attacking a random NPC off screen.
Post by Badly-Drawn Manchild on Oct 22, 2013 15:37:28 GMT
One thing's for sure; I'm never playing GTA Online again. What a train-wreck of a game, both in its bugs that actually cause you to lose progress because the damn thing doesn't save to the "cloud" properly (a damn good reason why cloud systems are an inherently bad idea), and also the fact that the playerbase is perhaps the most unpleasant bunch of [censored]blankets I have ever had the misfortune to come across. I know these types of games always have teething issues in the first month, but both these problems make the game virtually unplayable.
Why do you think I didn't start to play GTA IV online until 2011 - 2012. At that point the majority of the players had left for other games and those that were left was the most pleasant bunch I ever met, granted it was almost always the same people online so yeah.
I learned y lesson when Far Cry 2 online left me crying, cause every bloody Team/Capture the Diamond match would always get interrupted by someone wanting to turn it into a death match instead.