Neoseeker : News : Grand Theft Auto 5 beta listings are all fake, Take-Two busy trying to stop scammers
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magsasaka Apr 1, 13
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quote magsasaka
never mind the scammers rockstar just get on with finishing the game!!!!!!!!!!!
LMAO This is funny, and I am guessing you probably meant it that way.

For anyone thinking there is a serious point here, remember that Rockstar is a big enough company that they have different departments, which include, among others, a development team and a legal department. Hahahaha So I promise you that the many, many fine men and women who are tasked with developing the game are NOT abandoning their posts and running from their dev PCs into the legal trenches to join the war while, wringing their hands and going after the scammers. The legal department is.
well u guessed wrong
i was actually being naive when i wrote that, i just kinda thought developers (rockstar) are just a couple of nerds in a room making games on their workstations and stuff
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Stitch Apr 1, 13
quote magsasaka
well u guessed wrong
i was actually being naive when i wrote that, i just kinda thought developers (rockstar) are just a couple of nerds in a room making games on their workstations and stuff
lol, well maybe in the 80's, at that time a group of 15 to 20 people could make a game in a small department, sometimes even less then 10.

But these days, videogames require just as much people as in making a Hollywood movie or animated feature.

From motion capture, to sound, score and songs, voice acting, storyboarding, researches, designing.

Videogames are even higher then the movie and music department these days.
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