It's that time of year again. The time just before Rockstar release one of their games, when they like to invite some very lucky webmasters out to New York City to play the game before it officially launches!
Obviously I did not turn down my invitation, and like the previous times I decided to write a few words about my experience, so if you're interested you can read those here.
Much of what we were able to play had already been talked about in recent previews, and of course you've all played GTA V now, so you're all familiar with the gameplay etc. As such, I've only commented on things I thought of off the top of my head, I'm not sure what else you guys might like to know. So feel free to use the forums to ask me any questions you have about GTA Online, and I'll do my best to answer them. I won't be posting any spoilers though so don't worry about that.
Sounds like an awesome freaking trip!
There is this guy called Olli43 who has also shared his experiences on youtube, he is a very funny British guy
Let's hope it was you Chris (because it was some funny shiz done by that guy) ; as in one of the guys who he was talking about (in his online experience).
The hoopla over it all has certainly been dampened by the experience, or lack thereof! I suppose.
Anyway, a heads up that my Sam Houser talks PC thread I decided to get the typing aspect out of the way with what was primarily a segment touching on Rockstar's PC stance at that time, early 2000, keep in mind, but have a look if you haven't already, in what I put up are comments regarding online for Rockstar Games and GTA in particular, given the time frame from then to now, it's presents a very intriguing historical perspective