QUOTE (Johacamigames @ Saturday, Aug 18 2012, 01:36)
Maybe they did it to organize their info more so new people can visit the screen shots section easier instead of Googling them just to see fake ones? Come on guys
Either way it's a step in the right direction. Each time GTAV is even acknowledged, fans and shareholders alike are that much more confident that R* is up to more than just their washed up shooter (MP3) for this FY.
Not like R* all of a sudden gives a sh*t about fake photos of GTAV 9 months later.
Is it just me or is something a little different with the second one. As soon as I seen it I said that something was different but could not really put my finger on it. Comparing the two it looks like the sand across the lake is a little darker than the one on the newswire but I still can not help but think something else is different, even when comparing them.
This post has been edited by Emergency_Room on Saturday, Aug 18 2012, 06:15
Nice to see they finally found time in their busy, Max Payne 3 filled schedule to put a section on the GTA V page that should have been there the day the screens released.
I think that this updated page is a sign that the middle school intern that Rockstar Marketing hired in June has figured out how to design and publish a web page on Rockstar's site. He or she decided to do the obviously right thing and put up a web page for the GTAV info, similar to other game pages.
The surprise is that all the career professional geniuses in the Rockstar Marketing department never thought of doing this.
Let's hope that intern finds a treasure trove of GTAV screenshots and trailers and adds them to the page, before the Marketing Director catches on.