GTA 5: 11 Little Things You Need To Know

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Posted 3:24pm on Mon 16 September 2013
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GTA 5: 11 Little Things You Need To Know
It's not always the big moments that make a game. Where GTA 5 is concerned, the smaller, more personal touches are just as important.

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Posted 3:24pm on Mon 16 September 2013
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It's not always the big moments that make a game. Where GTA 5 is concerned, the smaller, more personal touches are just as important.

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Gotten me excited. Great read. I hope I can give the story my full attention and not get side tracked as per usual and lose interest in the game.
Posted 5:32pm on Mon 16 September 2013
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It's not always the big moments that make a game. Where GTA 5 is concerned, the smaller, more personal touches are just as important.

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You say it doesn't load but is there lag in character customization menus etc.?
Posted 5:42pm on Mon 16 September 2013
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You say it doesn't load but is there lag in character customization menus etc.?

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A little, but not to the extent it used to. Everything happens so fast it's borderline ridiculous.
Posted 6:01pm on Mon 16 September 2013
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It's not always the big moments that make a game. Where GTA 5 is concerned, the smaller, more personal touches are just as important.

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Wasn't going to buy it straight away, but I too am getting excited now! Need to pop to Sainsbury's tomorrow too...

Question - when you skip a mission, what happens? Does it tell you what happened in the rest of whatever you skipped? Big explosions, people dying and stuff?
Posted 6:44pm on Mon 16 September 2013
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It's not always the big moments that make a game. Where GTA 5 is concerned, the smaller, more personal touches are just as important.

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Don't like the skip mission option, can that be turned off? worried I would skip a mission by mistake in a frustrated rush or something, I don't like giving up, evident in the fact I've nearly finished GTA 3 on the iPhone a game that shouldn't be played on the iPhone without checkpoints lol. I love the little touches rockstar put in like the sat nav, my favourite from GTA 4 was that the interior light comes on when you open the door. The radio stations losing reception could be frustrating, nice touch but does that actually work, is the world that big that its fesiable that radio reception would be lost in reality.
Posted 6:55pm on Wed 18 September 2013
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Don't like the skip mission option, can that be turned off? worried I would skip a mission by mistake in a frustrated rush or something, I don't like giving up, evident in the fact I've nearly finished GTA 3 on the iPhone a game that shouldn't be played on the iPhone without checkpoints lol. I love the little touches rockstar put in like the sat nav, my favourite from GTA 4 was that the interior light comes on when you open the door. The radio stations losing reception could be frustrating, nice touch but does that actually work, is the world that big that its fesiable that radio reception would be lost in reality.

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Even if you do accidentally skip a mission, you can replay any mission whenever you want.
Posted 11:45pm on Tue 10 December 2013
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It's not always the big moments that make a game. Where GTA 5 is concerned, the smaller, more personal touches are just as important.

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"The characters aren't stupid"

Lmao
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