Anyways Here like i said before yes GTA should make gta v airport ac·ces·si·bleable. do this honestly at least i thought so in my previouscomment maybe yhu. should ask questions? lets fly to liberty city and get new cars and get: money , money weapons if yhue have gta iv on the hard Drive player can go to gta v land or what yhue call it gta v Right? san andreas Heyy what about Sega Sega hmu gotta system for ya
Grand Theft Auto series producer Leslie Benzies says studio would like to develop a GTA title with "one big world containing all our cities"; highlights challenges of creating games with mature themes.
Rockstar is envisaging a future Grand Theft Auto title that combines all of the series' past cities and allows the player to "fly" between them, according to an interview with Digital Trends.
In the interview, Grand Theft Auto series producer and head of Rockstar North Leslie Benzies talked about the legacy of Grand Theft Auto: Vice City 10 years on, and revealed the developer's hopes for the future of the franchise:
"Of course, at some point we would like to have one big world containing all our cities, and let the player fly between them and revisit their favourite areas; and in that context, re-imagining Vice City would be very interesting," Benzies said in the interview.
Looking back at the scrutiny Rockstar received over the studio's earlier titles, the developer also spoke of the challenges of creating mature content in games.
"I think the scrutiny we suffered … has helped keep us creatively sharp. We do not sit down for design meetings and say 'let's make the most appallingly violent game possible'. We choose to set our games in places where violence is, or was a part of everyday life: the Old West, or the criminal underworld, or cocaine-flooded Miami. If we censored ourselves and sanitized the violence, we would not be able to properly explore these settings and themes, and make the games we make. That is a compromise we have never been willing to make."
On the mobile front, Benzies revealed that Rockstar would like to see a number of the studio's previous titles on tablets and mobiles, although he did not state which in particular.
"Whether these are repurposed versions of existing games or entirely new IPs, I couldn't say, but if you look at Chinatown Wars, you can see that we are always up for the challenge of designing games for new technologies and making the most of all their features, not just their processing power."
Grand Theft Auto: Vice City was relaunched on iOS and Android devices earlier this month to celebrate the 10 year anniversary of the original open-world title.
I had a vision for GTA Online with all of the cities. One player controls the airliner and a bunch of other players pay to be passengers. Just before the halfway point the pilot jumps out with a friend waiting in a boat for him so he doesn't have to swim back or be eaten by sharks. Everyone else drowns in the airliner and reappears at the closest hospital in the city they had just tried to leave while you keep all of their money. Sounds messed up, but don't lie, you know you would do it.
Makes me wonder (with all the next gen talk and next gen development in the very studio that GTA V is at) that it is still possible that V will slip to the next generation. Almost makes more sense to just delay it already.
It would probably be good for playing only after one is retired , has no job, life and so on, as it would take so much time to explore.
A massive world of skyscrapers to get lost in. Conceptually interesting for sure... but man I'd be so lost. This would need to come with a google maps system and gps.
How about not just doing Americanised all the time? I'm getting bored of everything being in America to please the Americans so that they are familiar with stuff. Also, use songs that people outside America know too like in VC
@shadowdoggg Since they are going back to old themes like San Andreas, they should do GTA London again. Think that should be the next step then add that onto this all maps combined thing.
@shadowdoggg A main entry in the GTA series that does not take place in a major US city is so unlikely that you might as well not get your hopes up.
I see.... you got into Justin Beiber
@Payasoplas my want for violence and debauchery only increased after puberty. What are you, French? lol
@Payasoplas Play GTA before puberty ?Instant badass .
I reckon R* can go bigger than that. They could create their own global map if they wanted to, so you wouldn't be flying between mock cities but mock countries instead.
@wolf503 maybe our character can earn frequent flyer miles neh?
@garrysempire Yeah that would probably be something R* would add as an attention to detail thing, and you'd probably earn a trophy/acheivement for hitting a certain amount xD
@wolf503 hahaha! i agree!
@garrysempire Nah but that would take the fun out of flying, I used to love trying to fly the jet as high as possible in SA than jumping out to parachute. And stuff the kids. Games have ratings for a reason lol
@wolf503 that would work but knowing a lot of "kids" these days... complaining and whining is the way to go... also maybe a "ceiling" would work also... flying just above a certain barrier
@garrysempire I would actually like to see R* add destructable environments. But I guess they could make it that if anyone tried to crash a plane into a building it would just bounce off, or disapear completely and you fall to your death lol, like humerous censorship.
@wolf503 probably 100,000 miles then an achievement then 300k, then 500k and lastly 1M so 4 aachievements and if you hit the million mark you can unlock something maybe an airline pilot costume that will allow you to pilot the commercial plane that would be nice :D no crashings on buildings needed though R* has enough controversies on its backpack already
I'm always amazed at how much content Rockstar is able to get onto a single game disc. I can only imagine the level of detail and breadth that they'll bring to GTA V or games beyond that for the next generation of consoles and PCs.
Rockstar is the best Game Publisher/Developer ever they produce the best games, they listen to the fans and gamers and they are a company that aren't completely driven by money. That is why i will always buy their games without hesitation especially GTA. No doubt if they decide to do this it would be amazing.
That would be sweetness. PC modders have tried to blend all the worlds from 3, Vice City, and San Andreas, but it would be awesome to have these worlds together in a more official capacity. :)
I would buy an HD version of III, Vice City, San Andreas. No problem. I am already playing through all the games again from the original disks.
Sounds like a great idea, as long as they keep the same gameplay and design. Trust Rockstar to go bigger with every new GTA game they release!
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And the problem is the size of the game... GTA IV was in 2~3 Disc on the Xbox is it not?
IF YOU COMBINE ALL THE SHIT TOGETHER, It would be 3 Blu Rays Worth at least...
And counting by DVDs? Meh! 20 Part DVD Set! Gahahahaha.... ... What am i saying lol
ya there is this game, where it's like all in real time, and you can get a job, and a pilot license and fly around the world working. it's so cool. you can do whatever you want... it's almost like real life. Hey, wait a minute. Why dont i just get a pilots license, and fly around the world, doing random jobs... primarily as a air private air taxi. huh.
@adamomars because that would take work, duh. Lol, your in a society where we have Rock Band concerts. Yeah, I was at a bar where 4 guys played rock band for our amusement.
As long as it's not an MMO, I'm cool with this idea. I dread the day they go MMO, because they'd probably never go back.
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