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Grand Theft Auto V - Gameplay Trailer



Jesse Miller Staff Writer

07/09/2013 at 12:44 PM

Sometimes you run the risk of having "too much game." Seriously, a game like this could be daunting for some folks.


07/09/2013 at 01:16 PM

Damn that looks amazing. I hope they fixed some of the issues that plauged GTA 4. Like the horrible driving mechanics and clunky feel of it.


07/09/2013 at 02:53 PM

I agree with Jesse this could be daunting but damn is it exciting. I was questioning whether to pre-order and yep this made my mind up for me


07/09/2013 at 07:19 PM

I'm not the biggest fan of GTA but I have to say that was pretty damn impressive. If this game can deliver its gonna ruin some lives. The one thing that GTA has lacked in the past was stuff to do. I mean outside of missions the only thing to do for the most part was just go run amuck, see how much chaos you can create before you get caught or killed. But this actually gives you a lot to toy around with.Scuba diving?! I' m game.

Chris Yarger Community Manager

07/10/2013 at 07:41 AM

Am I the only person who is worried that the use of 3 characters is going to be the only form of fast travel in the game? While it would be a great concept, it could essentially prove to be worthless if all 3 characters are on the same island.

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