Fun in the Sun with GTA V's Beach Bum Update
A rundown of Grand Theft Auto V's newest update from Rockstar.
Still no option to turn off the annoying screen flashing kill indicator. This game would of been a lot more fun if the only hit indicator was blood and the enemy reacting to being shot. Seeing the entire screen flash with a little X for every kill made with a gun, makes the game feel and look ugly.
A little off topic, but I can't see XBox 360 owners' arguments how their online is better when they have to manually download this update while PS3 users have it done for them automatically. Sorry. Carry on.
It's cool they add new free content, but why for the multiplayer? Singleplayer player customization is very lacking
Yeah, but I've already beat GTAV:Online; got the tank, planes, helicopters, 10 cars and past lvl 100
Haven't really played GTA Online much as I'd like since its launch, but its cool to see that the expanding is starting.
May not argue with the free stuff but sure as hell can complain about a lack of new animations in the game, like laying on a blanket covers, bikini bottoms with scarf like covering, Mini games like Surfing ( I mean wtf R* you dumb @#$%^) and Volleyball; lifting weights which could allow players to buff up. (like SA)
Seriously they better have that at least with ALOT of other stuff for paid so we can actually do what should have been done already.
@mikemaj82 As an owner of both the PS3 and Xbox 360, I have to disagree and add that XBox 360 has a superior online network with military grade encryption. All paid networks are superior. I am not sure is the PSN is switching to paid which would mean they would fit the bill for PS4 game online servers thereby improving and making everything better because it all runs on one standard platform.
@legomyego21 I didn't even know it was a beatable thing. I just figured they kept throwing jobs at you indefinitely.
@conorhat its only fun with people that you know.
@Kinguard73 I have to admit adding volleyball would have been perfect for this update/dlc.