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20. Re: Grand Theft Auto V Trailer Nov 14, 2012, 13:03 siapnar
Rockstar make the best trailers.
I must have watched the "Welcome to the Jungle" San Andreas trailer 100 times.
If this game is half as fun as San Andreas, I'm in.
Looks like they stepped up the lighting engine and detail level as well.

Some people need to get off their negativity pedestal and actually enjoy something for once. This game looks incredibly rich and fun.
Top tier entertainment.

I can understand all the hate pertaining to the previous GTA's shitty port to the PC, though. The game uses 25% of my GPU's power, looking at MSI Afterburner. It's also not the best game of the series..
I run it on low, no shadows or reflections etc. @ about 40 fps average (Intel E8500, P5Q, GTX 570, 4gb RAM).
It's pretty pathetic.
Mafia 2 ran at pretty much 60fps the whole time. Maxed out.

I'll be getting GTA V for PS3

jimnms wrote on Nov 14, 2012, 12:48:

Try this mod. The default handling physics were ok to me, but after using that mod, I can't go back to the stock handling. The high damage option in the mod is still too forgiving, so I used an editor to boost the damage multiplier to all cars to make it more realistic. It's much more fun and challenging running from the cops knowing your car isn't going to drive away from a 60 MPH head on crash.

Thanks for the link! I just started playing the GTA4 expansions yesterday. Gotta run everything on low, but it's still really fun.

This comment was edited on Nov 14, 2012, 13:11.
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