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    Quote Originally Posted by The Illusive Man View Post
    Yeah I don´t care about achievements anyway so taking them away wouldn't be a problem for me. Basically the same as in Starcraft 2 where you also have cheats for Single-player but you are unable to get any achievements for that career after activating a cheat.

    The best thing about GTA has always been the freedom to do what you wanted to do. You could play without cheats or you could have fun with some cool cheats.
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    I would be lying if I said I wasn't getting very hyped up for this game. I just bought GTA III, Vice City, San Andreas and IV to play through them again to hold me over. Sigh, I can't wait!

    I have a question though. I bought them on Steam, and I've been reading here that there are mods to enhance the graphics and I'm assuming the way the mouse/keyboard works with the game. Where is a good site to get them?
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    Quote Originally Posted by barackopala View Post
    Opened GTA IV to do a recap on the game before GTA V... took me 5 mins to close the game, damn performance issues .-.
    I've never played GTA IV. The last one I played was San Andreas, which I really enjoyed.

    But now, five or so years after it was first released, the performance of GTA IV on modern hardware can't be that bad can it? I'm really keen to buy it, as it won a great deal of praise from critics ... I just recall reading a lot of bitter comments from PC customers. Crashes, graphical glitches, nightmare copy protection, all that stuff.

    I think I can find a copy, probably bundled with the DLC, for fairly cheap now, but I'm still wondering about the PC version being a complete mess. Did Rockstar sort this out? I have a pretty decent computer (don't recall exact specs, but the components were all very high end about two years ago), and a USB XBox controller, if that makes any difference.

    Any comments?

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    New A&A from Rockstar! :3

    Here’s a special edition of Asked & Answered addressing just a few of the frequently asked questions we’ve seen out there from fans recently. Of course we’re aware that there are many more questions and curiosities out there about GTAV, so do stay tuned for more to be revealed about the game in due time. Meanwhile, you can always feel free to drop us a line via [email protected] where we’re glad to have a look at what you have to say and help out wherever we can.

    “Hey Rockstar, I'm curious whether you are planning on releasing GTA V on the PC...” – received via Mouthoff
    “You've probably been asked before, but is GTA V coming for next gen consoles also?” – @tomtoon2010


    The only versions of the game that we have announced are for the Xbox 360 and PlayStation®3 which are set for a September 17th worldwide release. We don’t have anything to share about the possibility of a next-gen or a PC platform release at this time and we are completely focused on delivering the best possible experience for the consoles people have right now.
    “So can you switch characters? Trevor Michael and Franklin - can you play all of those guys? And everybody has their own missions???!” – @GTAVISBEST
    "How is changing between characters going to work during missions?" – HIBMFL
    “Do you have to switch characters constantly?” – killer772


    Michael, Franklin and Trevor have their own separate lives with their own sets of friends and acquaintances, and even their own preferred ways of spending their free time. When you’re not on a mission, you can freely switch in real-time to any of the three characters to drop in and out of their lives letting you see what they’re up to. And because they have their own schedules, you’ll never know what they might be doing – you might drop in on Michael in the middle of a family dispute, interrupt Franklin chatting up some ladies, or Trevor on the run from the law – or whatever else these guys do in their free time... How and when you switch between characters when you’re not on a mission is completely up to you.
    In addition, each of the guys has their own missions and side jobs. There will be times on a mission when you play as one character, or as combinations of two of them, and sometimes as all three, always being able to switch between the characters mid-action. Off mission, it’s up to you. You can play as one character on his own or hang out with either of the other two or both of them, or you can switch between any of them.


    "If I play as Trevor, can I zoom out, find out where Michael is, and then go and kill him while playing as Trevor? #GTAV" – @GTALAD4EVA

    In the open world, the characters are meant to be living their own ongoing and unpredictable personal lives, so understandably it’s not always easy to track one of them down in the vast city of Los Santos or the many towns spread about Blaine County at any given moment, but you will be able to find them. Having found them, (or simply after calling them up and arranging to meet them), you’ll certainly be able to hang out with them, annoy them should you choose, and maybe even assault them, but you won’t be able to kill them. They all have remarkable powers of recovery and good health insurance. The game is based on playing all sides of these three characters’ interwoven stories rather than having generic, interchangeable leads, so permanently killing a major character in that way wouldn’t make sense. If a player is determined enough though, they may well find a way to badly injure one of the characters and switching to that character would just put you in the hospital to continue where you left off.


    “Hello, I noticed that the Special Edition of GTA V includes a large "blueprint" of the map. I was wondering if the Standard Edition of GTA V will include the traditional folded paper map that, as far as I can recall, has always been included with GTA games.” – received via Mouthoff
    "Will a GTA V poster be included when the game is purchased?” – @ny718kid

    As in all previous Grand Theft Auto games, we’ve made a point of including a map of the world to aid players in navigating the city. In all versions of GTAV, the game disc will accompany a map with all the details players will need to navigate the world. One big change though with this game is that with a world of this size, we created a double-sided map based poster to make sure players have all the information they might need to discover and explore the world. The blueprint map in the other editions does contain plenty of additional information and secrets on it.


    “My name is Pedro and I have a doubt. When are you going to release the pre-order links of the Special Edition and Collector's Edition of Grand Theft Auto V on Brazil?” – received via Mouthoff

    Hi Pedro, we’re working hard to make the Special Edition and Collector’s Edition available for pre-order in Brazil as soon as we can. We’re currently waiting on some customs issues to be resolved before retailers in Brazil can start accepting pre-orders. To all others who have questions about whether and where the Special Edition or Collector’s Edition is available in your particular country, we’ve been maintaining the www.rockstargames.com/V/preorder page to be as up to date and accurate as possible for all territories shown – if you have additional questions beyond that, feel free to hit us up at [email protected] and we’d be happy to investigate for you.


    “Would you be able to tell me to what extent are weapons and vehicles customizable?” – @kieranmgklaceup

    Without going into detail just yet, we can tell you that both will be very customizable – with a range of weapon upgrades as well as some very deep car customization. Stay tuned for more very soon.


    “Rockstar, how many discs will the Xbox and PS3 versions of the game have? I am asking because I am just conscious of how many discs I will have to install onto my Xbox 360 HDD.” – cj67890
    “Hi R*, as you said GTAV will be the biggest game that Rockstar ever created, normally it should be the biggest in size too. So how you are going to solve Xbox 360 disc limit issues? I mean will GTAV have many discs (on Xbox 360 platform)…?” – youtubos
    “If we install GTAV on Xbox 360 do we have to insert other discs or not?” – Persian-boy1995


    Grand Theft Auto V is the largest and most ambitious game we have yet created, and takes full advantage of every ounce of processing power available in the current generation of consoles. In order to provide the best possible experience for such a massive and detailed world, the game will have installation requirements on both Xbox 360 and PlayStation®3 systems. For Xbox 360, Grand Theft Auto V will ship on two discs; Disc 1 will be used for a one-time mandatory install and Disc 2 will be used to play the game. After the install, players will be able to enjoy both Grand Theft Auto V and Grand Theft Auto Online without any need to switch discs.
    This initial install will require an Xbox 360 Hard Drive or an external 16GB USB flash drive with at least 8 GB of free space. If using a USB flash drive it must be at least USB 2.0 with a minimum 15mb/s read speed and formatted for Xbox 360 use. A new USB flash drive is recommended to ensure optimum performance. For PlayStation®3, the game ships on one disc and will install content as soon as you insert the game. The install is roughly 8GB, and players will be able to play as soon as the install is complete.


    “Will we ever see some GTA V gameplay?” – @ASTR4Lx

    Yes. Soon (or in September if you don’t want to see it before you play it… it’s up to you) – the first Official Gameplay Video is on its way...


    “When will we get information on GTA V multiplayer?” – @camronbnl3

    Expect to hear some first details soon – it’s called Grand Theft Auto Online and we’re very excited to unveil it for you sometime this summer.


    “A healthy GTAIV multiplayer game is really hard to come by nowadays. By healthy I mean players play for good clean fun. Every time I join a game it's either modded or hacked. When I create a custom game, some abusive d*ck joins my game and ruins everyone's fun game. I can't just kick him out unless everyone votes. Do something about this in GTAV, Rockstar.” – received via Mouthoff

    Ever since Grand Theft Auto IV was released, we’ve continued to integrate newer and stronger methods of cheat detection and prevention for each of our games. While we have yet to reveal specifically what new anti-cheating measures we have planned for GTAV, rest assured that we’re focused on creating as level a playing field and as fair, fun (and healthy as you say) an experience as possible for everyone. There will always be some people who want to cheat but we are going to do our best to stop it. We have spent a lot of time and effort making an incredible Online experience and proper support is part of that package.


    “Hello Rockstar, I have a question: how much difference will there be between the PS3 and Xbox 360 versions of the game?” – received via Mouthoff

    Players can expect the same great gameplay experience on both the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 platforms as they have both been developed in tandem. Like all of our games, trust that we’re committed to making sure Grand Theft Auto V looks and runs as great as possible regardless of whether you pick it up for PlayStation 3 or Xbox 360, and we are excited for fans on both platforms to experience Grand Theft Auto V this September. We expect any visual differences to be completely negligible.


    “I smell a delay...” – SanViceCity
    “Hope R* will release this game on September 17th. HOPE it will no be delayed AGAIN.” – creed_20103


    There’s nothing to worry about, so we aren’t quite sure what you’re smelling!

    http://www.rockstargames.com/newswir...ered-gtav.html

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    I just want to be able to go on real rampages that end up with every possible cop and military vehicle pursuing me, instead of the same 8 cars respawning after I blow them up, and dumb AI of pursuing law enforcement.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Triptych View Post
    I've never played GTA IV. The last one I played was San Andreas, which I really enjoyed.

    But now, five or so years after it was first released, the performance of GTA IV on modern hardware can't be that bad can it? I'm really keen to buy it, as it won a great deal of praise from critics ... I just recall reading a lot of bitter comments from PC customers. Crashes, graphical glitches, nightmare copy protection, all that stuff.

    I think I can find a copy, probably bundled with the DLC, for fairly cheap now, but I'm still wondering about the PC version being a complete mess. Did Rockstar sort this out? I have a pretty decent computer (don't recall exact specs, but the components were all very high end about two years ago), and a USB XBox controller, if that makes any difference.

    Any comments?
    I just got GTA IV on steam and there is no issues running it on my computer. I just used my throw away email for the Microsoft Live Gaming so it will save my progress. Graphics/performance wise I have no issues. I use a mouse/keyboard, but have tried the wired controller and it all worked fine.

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    Thank you Enjeh for the post. I swear I will update the OP sometime from Friday to Sunday coming up, just had limited time.

    Check this guy out, pretty nice video making me want GTA 5 even more ^^



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    Quote Originally Posted by Redriot View Post
    I just got GTA IV on steam and there is no issues running it on my computer. I just used my throw away email for the Microsoft Live Gaming so it will save my progress. Graphics/performance wise I have no issues. I use a mouse/keyboard, but have tried the wired controller and it all worked fine.
    Thanks Redriot. I attempted to get San Andreas installed and running last night, but had no luck. The game just froze up on the load screen when I clicked 'New Game'. So instead I browsed on youtube for some GTA IV videos, and I have to say that it looked pretty cool. Think I'll pick it up this week.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Triptych View Post
    Thanks Redriot. I attempted to get San Andreas installed and running last night, but had no luck. The game just froze up on the load screen when I clicked 'New Game'. So instead I browsed on youtube for some GTA IV videos, and I have to say that it looked pretty cool. Think I'll pick it up this week.
    re-install, are you getting any error? If you get it up and running I strongly recommend getting SAMP as Cops and Robbers or other game modes are so fun!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Triptych View Post
    Thanks Redriot. I attempted to get San Andreas installed and running last night, but had no luck. The game just froze up on the load screen when I clicked 'New Game'. So instead I browsed on youtube for some GTA IV videos, and I have to say that it looked pretty cool. Think I'll pick it up this week.
    The only issue I've had with San Andreas is some times the mouse will quit working after saving/loading a new zone. The way I've found to fix it is to hit Shift+Tab to bring up the steam overlay page. When you go back to the game, the mouse works again. Also, if you use a 1920x1080 monitor you might want to download a resolution mod, because the latest SA version doesn't support it.
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    Oe some actual gameplay coming tomorrow! :3



    Coming tomorrow. 10am Eastern Time. Look for it to debut at rockstargames.com and here at the Newswire.

    http://www.rockstargames.com/newswir...-tomorrow.html

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    Just woke up and looked through some GTA 5 News and damn I tell ya, feel likes Christmas! Thought its 8th of July, nope it's today makes it even better ^^ Can't wait. Will Update OP with the video as soon as the Gameplay releases

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    No offense to fans but it seems same old shit with updated graphics and few additional features. I would buy it if they improve the gameplay somehow.

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    There is the story which is different, aren't all follow ups pretty much the same? Yes I wish there were more newer mechanics added into the game, lets wait and see shall we? (control of multiple units at a time is good).

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    Enjeh post the video already.

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    here it is

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    So apparently we should be mindful of police chases when switching to Trevor.

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    Best game of all time. Confirmed

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    I loved GTA 3, Vice City and San Andreas. I can't say I've enjoyed any other GTA. What I like about GTA is just doing random shit, Missions for me is just a secondary thing to get access to more things in the game. Having fun destroying things, and enjoying the open world is what GTA is to me. And damn I hope you can pimp your cars in GTA V, it is a feature that should be in ALL GTA games, who doesn't like putting cool paintings, body kits, tires, and alot of other stuff on the car? It´s a reason why I love Saints Row, pimp my car, then just f*ck everything up! But anyways, one can dream! Also hope multiplayer will be a great experience, probably gonna buy the game aswell as some of my friends and would love to f*ck up everything in multiplayer too!

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    I'm going to put so many hours into this game and I'm gonna enjoy every minute of it!

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