Would you look at this stuff that they’re showing off in this? If they’re actually all playable activities and not just isolated for missions, this is one big game Rockstar is putting together. And if they’re all reasonably well executed as well? That would make Grand Theft Auto V something really special.
With such a big world that they’re crafting, I sincerely hope that it is worth exploring.
Tokyo Jungle coming to PlayStation Network on Sept. 25th for $14.99 (via PS.Blog)
Rockstar releases three Grand Theft Auto V screenshots (via Rockstar)
Dead Space 3 Weapon Crafting
Okay, Dead Space 3, you are looking better with each video outing. I’m a fan of weapon crafting and thus I’m a fan of what you are bringing to the table. I hope Visceral Games will finally win me over with Dead Space 3. It’s a great franchise.
Rockstar decided to remind everyone that Grand Theft Auto V is still being worked on with a couple of screenshots. A couple of scenic screenshots of the places that we’ll all be wreaking havoc through.
Rockstar Games latest trailer doesn’t fail to impress. The next Grand Theft Auto will have a Los Angeles look-a-like city and it looks like it will take place in modern times.
I’m already contemplating which platform to buy it for and have narrowed it down to the PC or the Xbox 360. Unless there’s a complete overhaul of the Rockstar Advanced Game Engine, I’m steering clear of the PlayStation 3 version.
I’m also hoping that this game will have multiple playable characters like Yakuza 4. Different characters bringing in different perspectives to one locale would be more compelling than a singular dude trying to wear multiple hats.
Call of Duty: World at War (2008) / DS, PS3, Xbox 360, Wii
Halo 2 (2004) / Xbox
That’s a surprising list to say the least. Where’s GTAIV which sold for both the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. Where’s Halo 3? I would have liked to have seen the rest of the list since I’m curious how many of the storied franchises fared.