This Grand Theft Auto V wildlife documentary is surprisingly good


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#2

THAT looks like a game I would enjoy playing. Why can’t we have that, without the shooting people and stealing cars? Just hiking through beautiful environments, watching animals?


#3

Well, there is “The Long Dark”, which is about hiking in beautiful environments, but does have wolves that try to attack you, so isn’t entirely peaceful, I suppose.


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Having completed the initial mission, I spent the next 12 hours of game play driving around the island going, “Wow!” at the scenery and the buildings. Even late in the game, I was discovering new areas to visit filled with astonishing detail. Rock Star roxxor… I got eaten by a mountain lion too…


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I was trying out my vid card with GTA V, loaded a saved game and showed up somewhere in the woods to probably murder someone, for no reason when I stepped out of the car a cougar knocks me down and mauls me to death with no warning.
The randomness was hilarious.


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You can. If you ignore the missions in GTA you can spend your time admiring the scenery, flying, swimming, playing tennis/darts/golf, watching TV/movies, shopping, finding cool things to jump a car off and a bunch of other stuff I’ve not discovered yet.

I’ve only recently started playing GTA V (after waiting for the PC version to come out) and I’m constantly surprised and staggered by the attention to detail and the enormity of it. I can’t imagine the number of man-hours that went into it but it’s truly an impressive achievement. This documentary is testament to that.


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I guess when you divide designer hours/player hours, it starts to become economic… but it is truly jaw dropping in its attention to mundane detail. Things like the farming area… I don’t know that there are even any mission there… All I need is some VR goggles and I’ll not need to go on holiday this year.


#8

I loved their initial advertising for the Long Dark when they were describing it as a “hypothermia simulator”. :smiley:


#9

Good news! We can, maybe more than ever. There’s a rich trend of these jokingly-nicknamed ‘walking simulators’ going on.


#10

Absolutely fantastic graphics. GTA5 is second to none. I’ve been exploring for 2 months and still have much to see.


#11

Firewatch and No Mans Sky are both looking very promising.


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