Grand Theft Auto V Trailer #2

Here’s the latest trailer for Grand Theft Auto V. Watch. Digest. And please discuss. I’m super-curious to hear your thoughts on the trailer and how amped (or not) you are for the game. Have at it (please)!

Author: RPadTV

7 thoughts on “Grand Theft Auto V Trailer #2”

  1. I’m looking forward to this game, and I am hoping that the story telling is much improved from GTA4. I’m not expecting much to change as far as the basic mechanics and gameplay, so it’s going to depend on improvements in storytelling and character development for me to really enjoy this game. The Lost and the Damned and The Ballad of Gay Tony were both improved from GTA4’s storyline, so I think that bodes well for GTA5’s story as well as the pacing, which was one of the biggest problems that GTA4 suffered from.

  2. I don’t know why, but I feel that I am going to buy this game on day 1. Common sense tells me to wait for the inevitable “Game of the Year” version, but I don’t know if I can hold out that long. Rockstar is the best game developer I’ve ever seen when it comes to characterization in an interactive visual medium. It’s a shame that the pesky gameplay gets in the way sometimes.

    By the way, speaking of “game of the year” versions; have any of you seen the watered-down, gimped version of Mass Effect GotY edition that was recently announced? The bastards! EA sucks worse than I thought they did before.



        Take a look at the chart. It’s bad enough that they are not including all (or even most) of the DLC, but what makes it worse is that different platforms get different DLC depending on which version you buy. Of course, none of the ME3 DLC is included, which is kind of a slap in the face since I think most people got the “extended cut” for free when they found out that the ending sucked worse than a whore with syphilis.

        Now some may argue that you are getting three games for the price of one, but I say, BS because they may have been $60 each when they first came out, but you can definitely find all three games used (maybe even new) for much cheaper than $60 total today.

        My guess is that EA is trying to compete with their own used game sales by repackaging their precious trilogy in a pretty bow and throwing people like me (who have yet to play any of the Mass Effect games) a bone. Albeit, a chewed-up, wet, smelly bone.

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