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Thursday, April 2, 2015

Behold, the glory of 'Grand Theft Auto V' on PC!

Posted By on Thu, Apr 2, 2015 at 11:01 AM

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Now, I'm not one to tout the whole "PC Master Race" thing all over forums and comment threads...oh, who the hell am I kidding? Of course I am! I'm still a console gamer at heart, but owning a PC as compared to a console is the difference between driving a stick shift and an automatic: do you want control over your entertainment, or do you want your entertainment to control you?

That being said, I caved and bought the Playstation 4 version of Grand Theft Auto V when it released knowing full well that I would eventually buy the PC version (I'm not made of money, but an addiction is an addiction). I enjoyed the upgrade from the PS3 version and appreciated the love that went into treating it for a higher-end system, but I wanted more than 30 frames per second. I knew it could be better. This trailer proves it.



April 14th can't come soon enough. Also #PCMasterRace.


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