Anyone else wonder if R* should've waited to make this a launch title for next-gen consoles? I know this has been discussed over and over, but now that we know PS4 is releasing this year and likely the next Xbox, I feel it makes the question a little more relevant.
There have been rumors, for example, that Battlefield 4 will release for both generation consoles, I wonder if R* will do the same for GTA V. This will be a very interesting year for video games. I'm anxious to see how it'll all play out.
Oblivion was a second year title. Halo was in the third year.
And, as to answer the topic, Rockstar is doing the right thing. People would be much less willing to buy into the game if they had to purchase new hardware for it. And, in my honest opinion, the unveiling was very bland. There's very little that separates the PS4 from the notion of it's just a PS3.5. Social media, nothanx. Game streaming? Was supposed to kill PC gaming years ago and utterly failed, can't see it being any better utilized on consoles. It feels like Sony has lost touch with it's fanbase. Consoles used to be made to play games, and that's one thing that Nintendo continues to strive for, and a large reason why they're way ahead of the competition.
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