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Grand Theft Auto V (輸入版:北米) - XboxOne
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The biggest, most dynamic and most diverse open world ever created and now packed with layers of new detail. Grand Theft Auto V blends storytelling and gameplay in new ways as players repeatedly jump in and out of the lives of the game's three lead characters, playing all sides of the game's interwoven story. Grand Theft Auto V also comes with Grand Theft Auto Online, the dynamic and ever-evolving Grand Theft Auto universe for multiple players. Existing players on PlayStation3 or Xbox 360 will be able to transfer their current Grand Theft Auto Online characters and progression to their choice of PlayStation4, Xbox One or PC.
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There are differences in gameplay between 360 and XBONE versions, all showing how much more improved XBONE is in comparison to the legacy console. It's so much faster loading (goodbye hour long loading screen!), the graphics are so much better, controls seem more improved upon, and the online servers are so much fun... leading me to my one and only complaint, the inability to transfer your online character from old to new gen. I put so much time into my character, worked so hard leveling up, grinded mission after mission, and now all of that is lost and my scary af character is gone now :( it's always fun to make new characters, but really when you choose to. When the game takes away your old character and makes you start fresh it kind of sucks lol
Other than that, this game is great, it looks so gorgeous, and it's so much fun!!
If your looking for a present for an older kid give this one a shot! (After checking with parents!)
Very pleased with my purchase!
This next-gen version goes far beyond just eye-candy, the entire single player campaign has so much life to it now that it's almost overwhelming. When I finished the first mission with Franklin and was allowed to do what I wanted for the first time while playing, I simply started walking around Los Santos to take everything in. Buildings and billboards that were blurry and fade off into the background on the Xbox 360 and PS3 versions are now razor sharp and highly detailed... for miles! I was looking around at things I had never noticed before because the hi-resolution graphics command you to pay attention. And speaking of looking around, I switched to the new first person perspective and immediately noticed how as I walked past people on the streets of Los Santos, they would make eye contact with me, making the world even more immersive. There are new pedestrians too, with all new things to say and funny conversations to listen in on, which was a welcome surprise.
The physics of the game have been rebalanced as well. It's difficult for me to express this in writing, but everything feels like it has a more realistic gravity to it. For example, run into a street post in your car and instead of it feeling like it's made out of paper mache, it actually has some weight now (and can severely damage your vehicle). Some people have complained that the cars are slower in GTA V, I disagree, it feels like everything has a more realistic weight to it, that's all. You can still fly down the street in your ride if that's what you choose to do, but now it actually feels like your in a car and not a toy. I'm barely a few missions in with Franklin, but I'm amazed. Add in the new songs (which are better than the original selections for the game), first person mode and not just enhanced graphics but also enhanced particles, character models and gore effects and you have what feels and looks like a whole new game. I feel like the last year I've been playing GTA V Beta and this game is actually the true finished version of the game Rockstar envisioned.
A word about GTA Online:
I was able to smoothly transfer my old character into GTA V for the Xbox One with no problems. The new character creator is amazing and offers and large amount of customization options for your character. I spent over an hour tweaking mine, it's a great feature!
While the servers have had several issues at launch (I was expecting them to, this is the most popular game series of all-time by the way) I have been able to play a lot today and wanted to say some things about it. To the people that say this game is just a port-over with better graphics, read this carefully: my favorite activity in the GTA Online are Survivals, so I joined a game and played with 3 other people. Within the first minute of playing I knew I had spent my money wisely on this game. The enemies came at us quickly and aggressively. One guy died almost immediately from behind a popular hiding spot on the map because he probably wasn't ready for it. The Survival was intense, fast paced and very realistic. Did we have to wait in hiding spots for several minutes for the enemies to come to us like on the 360 and PS3? No.... oh no we did not. The enemies were coming at us heavy and hard to kill us! Plus, when the helicopters appeared, I took out my minigun to take it down and Rockstar has added new lens flare effects to the gun, new particle effects to the helicopter as it was being shot... it was tremendous, visceral, fast paced and intense! Plus, little things like after winning a race your shown posing in your garage are nice touches that weren't possible on the old consoles. I have yet to experience a 30 player lobby, but as server issues get fixed they'll happen and when they do it will add a whole new dimension to freemode.
Some things people have been curious about with GTA Online:
I just wanted to answer a few questions here that people ask a lot regarding GTA Online in various forums and at the Rockstar site:
Q: Are there animals online?
A: No. Personally, I don't see a reason to add them because if it's a choice of having 30 player lobbies or 16 players with animals (they would eat up a ton of memory online) then Rockstar made the right call by leaving them out. Plus, isn't the whole point of online to interact with other players and not wildlife?
Q: Can we use the Railgun and the Duke o'Death online?
A: No. A lot of people are upset about this, but I think Rockstar intentionally did this at the launch of the next-gen version because they want people to experience those items in the single player first. Will they be added to GTA Online in the future? Nothing has been announced, but I think it's a strong possibility, especially since GTA Online is constantly evolving experience. Rockstar could be saving them for future DLC releases.
Q: Have the cheap wall breaches been fixed yet that cheaters use in GTA Online?
A: I have only checked two locations, and they have been fixed. I didn't check all known breaches, but it's good to know that two of the most popular ones are now gone, so hopefully they sealed them all up.
Q: Is the traffic denser online?
A: It doesn't seem to be, to me at least. In story mode? Yes, but not online. However, the good news is that when online, if you no longer see one type of the same car traveling in one area. The car spawns are now very varied. I'll take this over denser traffic any day!
If anyone has any other questions about the game, feel free to ask and I'll try to respond. Overall, I think the game is well worth the $60 price and I'm really looking forward to seeing Heists (the next announced DLC) and all the other additions and events Rockstar will release in the months to come.
Besides that, this is a very fun version of GTA, my personal favorite. I thought the little stories for each character were funny, the NPCs were memorable and funny too. I still hear "Green light, green light ...Martin Madrazo... give you green light!" I also liked the way they had the characters of Franklin and Michael working together. Trevor is the star of the three but as with every GTA, they always go overboard with a character. Trevor should have had the most funny parts but most of his were serious and that's the other part, they made him too bitter. This is a longtime problem with GTA characters. None of the three characters were any happier at the end of the game as they were at the first of the game.
If you have played GTA games you already understand that part. A big part of the fun for me was just running around and beating up random people. See, a negative comes in, you draw the police attention way too often for the smallest things. My most hated one is still in this part. Police car turns into you while you're on a timed mission and on comes the sirens. I don't know if it was intentional but the mountain between San Andreas and Blaine County made for a perfect escape route no matter how many stars but it also meant I spent a lot of the game driving a 4WD to rush around the dirt roads.
The weapons still leave a lot to be desired. Hopefully, part 6 will rethink the way weapons are unlocked. It can be frustrating to finally get the two weapons you want with only 2 missions to do.
My last complaint is on the violence. In 2018, GTA V, is very tame. If nothing else, if they just made the violence similar to Fallout. The only reason I see this game being rated M is the language. I was also disappointed that they didn't release any story DLC.
But the graphics are very good, the pace of the game is faster than the previous part and really it's better paced than any of the GTAs since III. They also removed some of the once innovative parts that aren't just working like the dating that was required. The controls aren't as clunky as they used to be. You and I both can see the vast improvements they've made but it could be better. It's still a game every gamer over 18 should play.
I should mention the other part. GTA Online. I've never played it. I even found it a little annoying when a splash screen would pop up telling me about a new weapon in GTA Online. Most of those are available in story mode but a lot of the Online special content disappears, especially the vehicles. Then we're back to watching Youtube videos hoping to find out where to get our favorite car at. Those who have labored with GTA already know this too and I think it's why we keep doing it. Maybe if they made everything work better or more fair, it wouldn't feel like GTA?
You can easily spend 100+ hours on this game just like previous GTAs. It's well-worth the price.