deano456 wrote:Rockstar - People made too much money using exploits now we need to make it impossible to make good money in game so people are forced to buy GTA$ because breaking records selling our game wasn't enough
martinspire wrote:What kind of bollocks is this? Seriously, they keep making online gameplay worse. They also made it too easy to get a Bad Sport reputation (which is plain annoying), disabled retry and now they cut the results of missions in half? What the hell!
TheGoodDoctor wrote:RS are getting really greedy these days, they put out a half finished game at full price, mess with peoples characters and say "you were warned" when our characters disappear, they messed with the driving physics until they match the cartoon feel of Saints Row, they told us we would get a quarter mil with the update but we never even after they destroyed my character 8 times and now they put a cap on what we earn. anybody else feel like they did the game with the main drive being money and only saw fans as an after thought? gta4 was so good, how did they lose their way?
CunningSmile wrote:TheGoodDoctor wrote:gta4 was so good, how did they lose their way?
BorisTheFrog wrote:100% in agreement with the comments because to accumulate enough money to actually purchase items in order to appreciate the game a little more is an eternal slog.
But, for those with a little persistence, there is a way.
If you look down the west coast there is a race called "The commute" (launch point is situated in a car park opposite a garage) which pays quite handsomely for a race victory.
Create a server and invite a couple of friends to simply race the track over and over again. With $9000, $5000 and $3000 (appx) plus a healthy RP boost for podium finishes it's well worth taking it in turns to share the spoils between friends.
An even bigger bonus considering it takes less than 2 mins per race in the supercars.
We're not talking helicopters and mansions here, but a couple of hours racing down this track really does redress the uber tight financial reward system this game employs. Just enough to start to enjoy the game a little more.
Nero Creed wrote:I was thinking of buying GTA: V so i could maybe join the OXM crew here. I don't quite understand the multiplayer of the game myself but all these bad comments put me off.
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