quote TrendyGamersLink to articleIn the latest Future Shop flyer this week, they have narrowed down the Grand Theft Auto V release in an ad that allows you to save $20 on GTA V with a pre-order of Max Payne 3.
The date is listed as ‘Winter 2012′, meaning that the game will most likely be released at the end of October or November. Rockstar just has to figure out which game they want to release their game against in those months since there is a huge AAA game every week in October and the beginning of November, save for the week of October 9th, which is now our guess for the GTA V release date.
Check out our October 2012 and November 2012 Release Dates to see those AAA games.
quote ChiroVetteActually, I think people who love Italian mafia movies would more likely appreciate GTA III, then VC. III had that Sopranos/Godfather feel to it that I love, VC didn't feel like that most likely because of it's sunny location. Everything else you said is dead on, especially the comment on the LA riots, I lived in LA then and remember it like it was yesterday (can't believe it's been 20 years).I actually think that the SA story was better, more varied, and more epic than Vice City. Although I will say this: If you are a huge Scarface fan or just loooooove Italian Mafia movies to death, then I can see why you would like VC better. The thing I love most about SA is the circuitous and massive quality to it, where CJ starts out as nothing but a young, gang-banging punk who has to first conquer his ghetto, then the surrounding ghettos, then he ventures into the mountains, then the hills of the hippy-dippy San Francisco (San Fierro) community where he meets crazy alien hunters, and finally he ends up in the casino filled lands of Las Venturras and ends up buying casino's and HUGE desert air-strips. Then, as if all this isn't enough, he comes full circle back to his hometown to deal with an in-game homage to the world famous LA riots.
While I love VC, and as an Italian, love the Mafia theme, SA, to me, is the epitome of how you can do ANYTHING YOU WANT in a videogame and with a little creativity, and probably some good drugs, weave it into a cohesive storyline.
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