Rockstar Games which is notorious for pushing the envelope even when the public clamors for them to tone it down has continued to elevate itself above many other game studios. The past 5 years have been testament to that, I personally am testament to that. Me: Die hard gamer, who is very picky who gets my $60 for a game, and even more critical when I feel I don't get my money's worth. One studio I can rely on to give me the bang for the buck I always crave is Rockstar.
I just finished Max Payne 3's story line over the course of a few days, considering this is the first M.P game I have ever played I can say I was pleasantly surprised. The story line goes meh a bit at first if you aren't paying attention but don't give up..this game plays out more like a properly written movie than a video game ever should. Alas one thing I noticed is the new enhancements to the game engine used to create this game and it is way more advanced than what we got in GTA 4 originally (later patched via DLC). If this is what I have to look forward to in GTA 5 bring it on..just fix the auto aim lock a bit more and I am a happy camper. GTA 5 will be a humongous game not just in terms of sales..the game itself will be huge and in many ways Max Payne is the beta baby Rockstar put out to see how the public could adjust. I just hope the multiplayer for GTA will be less cartoonish than Max Payne's.