Andrew wrote:Still no confirmation of a PC version, I presume?
To @icharyd and others who are asking, these screens are from the current generation of consoles.
NovU wrote:Unfortunately only thing that comes to an end for sure is Saints Row series. Their studio Volition pretty much announced to close after this project. They're hoping for success of SR IV to miracurously provide them another project but in this market, I don't think they'll be funded to keep their studio opened.
Not only can you can swim, but you can don SCUBA gear and go underwater and explore, too. Rockstar promises that there’s a lot to find under the waves of the ocean and the calm waters of lakes and rivers alike in the San Andreas region, and for as big as the map is on dry land, it’s far bigger when you take into account that aqueous locations are also available to be explored at will. It’s a tantalizing prospect for players who like to see every inch of a sandbox game like this.
You can buy property; houses, garages and businesses can all be purchased for extra revenue sources.
You can customise yourself with haircuts, new clothes, and tattoos
Pay N Sprays can also mod cars with paint jobs, new wheels, window tints, grilles, spoilers. Upgrades to suspension, engine and brakes can also be made Weapons can also be customised with laser sights, scopes, silencers, and high capacity magazines
You can pick up hitchikers, do stunt jumps and flying challenges, take part in yoga, golf, tennis or bike races.
iFruit, the game's new phone, can be used to snap pictures and upload them to Rockstar's Social Club
The phone also has apps. In addition to the camera there is internet, contacts, social media, a calendar, and a replay missions app. There are three more Rockstar hasn't yet revealed.
I was happy to hear that checkpoints in particular will be more forgiving in GTA V
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