/ gta v- whats the point?
Yeah, it's a free-roaming story where you do jobs for various gangsters and work your way up (down?) in the underworld. At the same time you acquire cash, guns, cars, status, houses even. The fact that you can entertain yourself just messing around in the free-roaming world is an added extra.
How old is your son? Whilst most video games are probably rated as 15/18 unnecessarily, GTA V and previous titles are IMO adult-only for good reason.
It covers such items as Torture, Picking up prostitutes (including abilty to choose 3 levels of service and seeing (non explicit but bloody obvious) them carried out, drug use (there is a lot of this in the game), visit strip bars, murder hookers to get your money back, go on a massive rampage etc.
It is a game. It is inherently pointless - just another way to use up time before you die.
A bit like climbing really.
You can also visit strip clubs.
Hence the reason that RockAngel never sees her son doing anything?
A friend said she'd found her car mating with another car in gta v.
Don't know about that, but Franklin's dog is quite often at it with other dogs.
Tried assassins creed & red dead recently and found exactly the same thing, gta with different clothes. The only games I like are gran turismo (or forza on the xbox) and call of duty online because there's a proper element of skill involved.
But you would rather be complaining about the existence of GTA V than climbing.
But there's also the ignominy of constantly being trounced by smug fourteen-year-olds
I'm plodding along in the game nicely.
I have to admit though, even I found the mission where you have to torture someone to get information a bit 'unsettling'.
Pulling teeth, electrocuting, waterboarding and smashing in knees with big wrenches...Games have come a long way since 'pong'
Much the same as Sudoku, connect the dots, climbing or reading a book really.
Getting a bit hacked off with the Stock Market element of it. I hear that if you buy stocks on one company and then attack the property of it's rival (ie buy BurgerShot shares, and then attack Taco Bomb / Cluckin' Bell property) your shares will rise.
I've done that, but the share prices havent moved...but I've spent hundreds of dollars getting re-armed at Ammu-nation
Certainly works with the assasination missions, wasn't sure about open world attacks... might have to try that as I'm a little low on cash.
Yes...Oh yes....Trying to do things without the bouncer seeing.
A friend tells me that if you flatter the girl enough she does nice things to you.
Did this same friend tell you that you could see Chun Lee's foofoo if you paused just at the right time during the Spinning Bird Kick?
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