I'm sure the performance will be far better than the last gen with independent rear suspension and being a couple of hundred pounds lighter, but looks wise it's kinda boring. Pony/Muscle cars should make more of a statement with the looks. The new Corvette did a fantastic job of getting the outside to look as dynamic how it drives and even nailed most of the interior complaints. The Mustang was already the fastest of the 3 muscle cars, but to me, it was about the worst looking. I'm a Camaro fan though so I'm obviously a bit biased. I havent seen the interior yet and it may be a great handling car. One thing mustangs usually trump the other is that they sound better than most cars. Also not a huge fan of a turbo 4 being in the car and i don't know how many people would choose that over the V6 even if it is faster, lighter, and better gas MPG.
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@jekyll: Posted a long paragraph that GS didnt feel like posting!!!! Most missions are not fun and most are too hard to do especially without spending a ton of money to complete. The other thing is that it's hard to find 3-6 players to do a mission. I like it when just a friend and I are able to complete a mission. So maybe they should scale a few missions based on the number of players. Another thing is that they supposedly put a ton of effort into the underwater areas, but they are almost never used, even in the single player. Then there is the fact that there is so much empty space and significant buildings that have no purpose. From the racetrack, the wind turbines, the massive construction project near the desert, the music halls, and more. The MP does almost nothing with great locations and even in the SP most are barely used.
Well, with the racing nerfs, you wont be seeing Criminal Records probably ever again once everyone else finds out about the change. I havent done any other races yet, but if they have all been reduced this much, you may not find too many races to join at all since they wont be worth the time.
The patch notes said races pay based on time to finish now. That's why CR in particular has been crushed, money wise.
Yeah i read that too, but with the amount that they cut it, it would take a 30min race to equal what we could do in 30s. I understand them wanting to balance things, but that was about the last legit way to level up and gain money somewhat quickly. Some missions are good, but other require a lot of work, multiple people, are very long and difficult, and often you can spend more than what the mission even pays. Mostly we are stuck with doing missions for Lester or Trevor since those are the ones that have the best payout for the work put in.
R* tried to make things a little better since if you play on hard you were supposed to get 1.5 more money, but it's not surprise that something that would give us more cash doesnt work at this time.
Well, with the racing nerfs, you wont be seeing Criminal Records probably ever again once everyone else finds out about the change. I havent done any other races yet, but if they have all been reduced this much, you may not find too many races to join at all since they wont be worth the time. Even with the missions, i have to be picky since some you can spend more to complete than it will reward you with. I'm also not 100%, but it seems like survival has gotten harder, but at the least the payout is still 20K, but again the RP for that much work is only 3400 at the end which isnt that great for the time.
If the heists disappoint, then GTA Online may not have a very big or active community much longer. I'm sure CoD and BF4 have already eaten into the base a bit.
It wont be any more i think. I just did a race with 5 high level people and the top player only made about 1150 and like 600rp with 2 laps. They just nerfed the hell out of it unless it was just a fluke.
Just out of curiosity, what happens if a meteorite lands on my front porch? Am I allowed to keep it, or is there some kind of rule against that?
If you own the property then you should be able to claim it as your own. I think the government now actually sells permits to meteorite hunters that want to search for them on public lands. You may even need the mineral rights on a piece of land to legally claim it, but i think just owning the property should be enough. It's pretty rare to actually find a real piece though.
Johnny Lawrence from the Cobra Kai Dojo in The Karate Kid.
The premiere broke records with 16.1 millions viewers:
That is insane. I can't remember the last time a show had that many viewers.
Lost, NCIS, The Big Bang Theory. The list goes on.
That it true, but that is on national broadcast. For a cable channel, those are huge numbers, but it's kinda AMC's bread and butter now.