posted on Sep, 23 2013 @ 06:25 PM
Okay, I've played it (30% through the storyline, heh) and it's just the same old GTA... but slicker, bigger and better.
The load times (in game) and mechanics are amazing. The movement and driving is way better... I used to bang my car to pieces just driving a few
blocks, but it's better now with more response and better AI all around, with other drivers being more "logical" ... mostly.
It's more of a challenge because the AI isn't quite as dumb as the other GTA's and although I miss guns being placed in the environment, I like the
other little tweaks.
And the three person storyline isn't necessary, but mixes it up a tad and adds re-playability (I'd guess) and options one character doesn't. So
thumbs up and though I've been sleep deprived, working from home has afforded me many immersive hours.
And yeah, as in all game discussions eventually, the simulated reality theory that's a meme now makes sense ... and what gets me is the quantum
fuzziness of matter that blurs out when attention isn't on it and in that the very tiny fuzzes out, too, like pixels... in laymen's terms.
We could very well be in a simulation... but as it's all we know, it's reality as far as we're concerned. If we are in one, and one day find out
how to leave it, then it get's interesting. I don't want Trevor in my living room...