This Is Why Grand Theft Auto 5 Will Dominate – New Screenshots

This is a game, or a lifestyle? I think it’s the latter. New screenshots inside.

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9 Comments on "This Is Why Grand Theft Auto 5 Will Dominate – New Screenshots"

  1. narwall14 August 22, 2012 at 9:38 am -

    lets just hope the pc version is optimized because gta 4 was not and it took me years to get that running a good speed

  2. TheGrimOfDeath August 22, 2012 at 9:49 am -

    This looks beautiful. But I don’t really want it. Maybe when it becomes 40$.

  3. linglingjr August 22, 2012 at 11:59 pm -

    wow looks great. Open world games are amazing, I havent played the previous GTAs but I’m really looking forward to this!

  4. CaribbeanCLANK August 23, 2012 at 7:36 am -

    These shots have to be from the PC version of the game.

  5. nick August 23, 2012 at 7:53 am -

    but thats exactly the problem!
    who wants to play a “lifestyle”?
    thats EXACTLY the problem these days!
    games are too busy trying to replicate real life, when the whole point of a game is the complete opposite!
    people play games to ESCAPE reality not RESTRICT themselves to it!
    i dont play GTAV so i can play a frigging game of tennis, thats what super smash 4 or whatever is for!
    i play GTAV to drive fast cars over massive jumps, and wreak havok for cops!
    im sorry to say this but this looks EXACTLY like GTAIV!
    boring as hell!!!!!!!!!
    they should change the name from grand theft auto, to life simulator!
    next when you get arrested instead of immediately being released they will make you sit in your cell and experience what jail time is like!

  6. foxton August 23, 2012 at 8:08 am -

    OMG nick your at it again,
    youve seen a few screen shots and your already assuming its exactly like GTAIV! what is up with you?
    And you say this game is trying to replicate real life and the whole point of games is to be the opposite?
    so your regular day consists of waking up, car jacking someone at gun point, going on a rampage, shagging copious prostitutes, running people over, doing numerous other crime sprees, topping it off by a huge police chase which ends with the Army being sent in to blow you up into smitherines??!!
    if that is a real life simulator to you then man Australia really is full of ex convicts and criminals!!!!
    snd how the hell do you know that GTA V wont have fast cars and big jumps!! im pretty sure it will contain both!!!
    When this game finally releases and smashes all release records and were all on hear saying how good it is, ill remind you of this stupid little rant!!!!
    i also seem to remember you saying how much youd love a remake of the getaway? er hello isnt that just a shit english version of GTA?!!

  7. nick August 23, 2012 at 9:15 am -

    exactly the problem, it never got to that in GTAIV!
    does not take a brain surgeon to put 2 and 2 together dude!
    only so much time in the day, and only so much space on a disk.
    especially R*s priorities, there not showing off any gameplay, any missions, any epic car chases, anything you would expect from GTA!
    there showing off things no one gives a shit about!
    im just working with what im given.
    when a games been announced for over a year and all we have to show for it is a trailer showing nothing, and a few pics of cars and outdoor activities thats when alarm bells start ringing!

  8. narwall14 August 23, 2012 at 10:20 am -

    play saints row the third if you like stuff like that nick,it is a lot of fun

  9. nick August 24, 2012 at 9:49 am -

    nah, 2 was way better!
    dunno, the whole king of the hill feel of the game spoiled it for me.
    plus it lost the gang vibe, i found the missions really repetitive and no where near as fun as the first 2.

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