Rockstar Games Announces Grand Theft Auto V

Rockstar Games’ web site is currently taken over by a large graphics that officially announced Grand Theft Auto V. Being the useful sort, Rockstar also let its fans know that a trailer is coming on November 2, 2011 and that the Roman numeral “V” stands for the number five. Thanks for that. This whole time I thought the movie was called Rocky “Vee”.

Anyway, are you psyched for the announcement and trailer? What do you expect? Leave your Grand Theft Auto V thoughts in the comments section (please!).


Author: RPadTV

7 thoughts on “Rockstar Games Announces Grand Theft Auto V”

  1. Excellent. Will get this on PC this time around! I love the story in GTA games….except Vice City.

    If they did San Andreas remake next gen I'd buy it.

  2. I expect a trailer full of cut scenes featuring parts of the open world which arent actually accessable in-game

  3. Honestly, the GTA games are generally my least favorite Rockstar titles. The gameplay tends to center around the bad driving and shooting controls, where as games like Red Dead Redemption and L.A. Noire mitigated those shortcomings with things like dead eye or the massive amounts of investigation.

  4. Did anyone else notice that they are making this announcement on the 10th anniversary of Grand Theft Auto III?

    If anybody from Rockstar is reading this- a few tips to make this game better than the last:

    – Do not force a cold-blooded killer to go out on "dates," with buddies or a girlfriend. It should always be optional.

    – Please fix the handling of the vehicles you can drive. I commend you for programming so much variety, but cars should handle like cars, not drunk elephants on rusty ice skates.

    – Improve the indoor combat. Outside gunfights are manageable, but corridor shootings seem to be determined by who has the most body armor.

    – Have your cut scenes make sense in the context of the game. If I only went out on one forced date with the one scripted chick, a cut scene about marrying her later on in the game so the player gets emotionally attached to her makes little sense.

    – Less mope-y seriousness and more over-the-top, tongue-in-cheek humor.


  5. By the time I can afford to buy this game I'm sure I will be pretty excited about playing a GTA again. I'm kind of over the series right now since I just finished replaying GTA4, and I might play LA Noire sometime too. I've been waiting for this announcement for a while though.

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