Who knew Stevie Wonder would fit right into a GTA trailer lol. They always seem to pick the best music.
I still gotta pick up Saints Row The Third cuz it looked super fun but man if u didnt see it before there is a huge difference to when a GTA game is coming out. It almost felt like Christmas this morning waiting for the trailer.
And nice see no evil, speak no.evil and hear no evil reference at the end of the trailer.
When the trailer started I said no way! Cause That's one of my favorite Stevie Wonder songs! Made the trailer feel so much more lively than anything in GTA IV. This game seems like it'll be fun, hilarious, but yet serious at the same time. Ugh, I cannot wait!!!!
Graphics are not a big deal, especially when we're speaking of the magnitude that's GTA. LA Noire is a much smaller game. But, these graphics blew my mind still! I think it looks absolutely stunning!
"....or...you can just call me the soon to be crowned KING of this company!
DEAN AMBROSE is taking over the world! As of right now forget what you think you know about this industry,
because Dean Ambrose is about to blow the DOORS. OFF. EVERYTHING! SO WELCOME TO THE FUTURE!!!!"
Looks like Rockstar found a great balance with GTAV between the grounded characters and dark tone of GTAIV and the insanely cool unrealistic video game shenanigans of San Andreas. I like the direction they're taking. The three character format sounds really intriguing, the environment looks realistic and fun. Everything looks and sounds awesome.
GTA is the one franchise that I'm always hyped for though, no matter the situation/day/location.
Who gives a fuck if the graphics aren't THAT amazing, the game will more than make up for it with a huge, deep, fun and realistic storyline, massive world, interesting characters and plenty of custimaztion. Some people
The graphics on GTA's are always pretty good, at closer inspection and in certain positions - like any game - the graphics aren't always consistent, but for me, saying the graphics are okay - even if everything else is getting raved about - is a bit nit-picky.