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Citation de: Pat le 14 septembre 2013, 07:55:40 amCitation de: Jason Frost le 14 septembre 2013, 03:01:44 amIl faut que tu ailles sur le Social Club du site de Rockstar Games:http://socialclub.rockstargames.com/Tu te fais un compte là bas si tu en as pas déjà un et ensuite tu peux relier ton nouveau compte avec les identifiants des consoles de jeux que tu possèdes (Xbox Live, PlayStation Network, Nintendo DS et Games for Windows Live).Ok ben j'ai un account, MrEdgeworth.Je t'ai déjà envoyé une invitation sur ce compte la. Check tes messages sur le Social Club
Citation de: Jason Frost le 14 septembre 2013, 03:01:44 amIl faut que tu ailles sur le Social Club du site de Rockstar Games:http://socialclub.rockstargames.com/Tu te fais un compte là bas si tu en as pas déjà un et ensuite tu peux relier ton nouveau compte avec les identifiants des consoles de jeux que tu possèdes (Xbox Live, PlayStation Network, Nintendo DS et Games for Windows Live).Ok ben j'ai un account, MrEdgeworth.
Il faut que tu ailles sur le Social Club du site de Rockstar Games:http://socialclub.rockstargames.com/Tu te fais un compte là bas si tu en as pas déjà un et ensuite tu peux relier ton nouveau compte avec les identifiants des consoles de jeux que tu possèdes (Xbox Live, PlayStation Network, Nintendo DS et Games for Windows Live).
j'ai joué a nioh....fucking pourri mais c'est un alpha aussi
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Potential drivers on GTA VAceJason FrostChuckQuitoIronUnpluggedWho else?
Citation de: Ace le 17 septembre 2013, 23:09:22 pmPotential drivers on GTA VAceJason FrostChuckQuitoIronUnpluggedWho else?J'vais m'arranger pour avoir la version PS3 quand le online sort et j'me déclare sérieusement driver.F-ZeroooOOOOooOoo, nigga.
Quito, Iron, iZer, The, Ace, Chuck, addez-moi sur PSN: MrEdgeworth.
Citation de: Pat le 20 septembre 2013, 19:51:16 pmQuito, Iron, iZer, The, Ace, Chuck, addez-moi sur PSN: MrEdgeworth.Izer est sur Xbox, The, je sais pas, mais il me semble qui l'ai aussi. C'est pour ça qui aurait été mieux d'en faire 2 crews. Là t'as aucune idée de qui est sur Xbox/PS3.By the way, pourquoi t'as décidé de venir sur PS3? J'peux comprendre l'online gratuit, mais t'as surement perdu du cash à revendre ta copie de GTA au Xbox, puis un mois d'Xbox live ça coûte pratiquement rien.
Citation de: Pat le 20 septembre 2013, 19:51:16 pmQuito, Iron, iZer, The, Ace, Chuck, addez-moi sur PSN: MrEdgeworth.ouin ok. En esperant que tu drives mieu que chuck et moi
Et on sait toujours pas qui est mmafanqc dans le crew La-coche?!?!
•As you may have already read in the previews that came out recently, GTA Online starts with you creating your character. Rockstar have taken a truly unique approach to this, whereby you choose the appearance of your four grandparents, which in turn generates your own character's look. You can of course customise this, with options such as your skin colour, hairstyle, your age, and various stats. Once you're done with this, you're treated to a cutscene introducing your character to the world of GTA Online. As this ends, you start the first mission, which allows you to familiarise yourself with how Online works, and the sort of things you'll be doing.•After completing the introductory mission, you're free to do what you want with any other players in your server. There are many missions and jobs you can do to earn some money, as well as standard multiplayer modes such as Deathmatch, Race and GTA Race; all of which can be set as a free for all or a team based event by the host player. Unfortunately for us, Social Club was having network issues at this time, meaning it failed to download the mission/job data. My immediate thought was that this is bad, there are going to be millions of people online next Tuesday and there will undoubtedly be problems like this simply due to the sheer number of people trying to access it at once. I was pleasantly surprised to find out this doesn't completely break the game though. The rest of the game world is still open, you still have other players in your server too.•Most of us went our separate ways (in-game) and decided to rob some stores. This is a simple action. You simply enter a store and aim your gun at the clerk, he will then take money from the till and put it into a carrier bag, then throw it on the floor when the till has been emptied. This takes around 10 seconds to complete, but if you're wearing a headset you can shout into it (or just make any kind of noise really) and the clerk will feel more intimidated and get the money out quicker. After picking up the bag of cash, you can then walk out of the store and lose the cops. Be warned, this is America, many shopkeepers carry pistols and will begin shooting at you as soon as you grab the cash, so you better be quick. One time I was shotgunned out of the door!Quick GPS•GTA Online has a Quick GPS feature. Holding down the Back (360) or Select (PS3) button brings this menu up, allowing you to quickly set a waypoint on your map, or toggle various other Online only features. You can set a waypoint to the closest ATM where you can deposit your cash. Rockstar have made it clear that GTA Online is all about making money, and if you're killed, other players can take your on hand cash, so it's a good idea to deposit often. Something I noticed was that when I killed other players, they would always drop just $100, regardless of how much they actually had on hand. It's possible this was just a limitation of early build we played, it may well be in the final version that you do indeed drop all your cash. If you do get killed, you're able to initiate a one on one deathmatch with the person who killed you, this is another feature that doesn't require Social Club. I did this quite a few times, it's definitely a good fun way to get revenge.The Good Stuff•[...] I decided to get started with a few missions, which I completed with other people in my server. I also got involved in some of the standard multiplayer game modes. I got completely owned in the few deathmatches I played, but they were pretty fun. I really enjoyed the Race and GTA Race modes. I enjoyed them in GTA IV too, but for some reason they seemed a lot more fun in GTA Online, perhaps I just prefer the map. I was able to dominate in the first GTA Race we did. It was actually a team GTA Race, which meant I had another player in my vehicle. I was the driver, my passenger was riding shotgun. Literally. Unfortunately the race was probably a bit boring for him, as I demonstrated my superior driving skills and got so far ahead he had nobody to shoot at. The next few races didn't bring me the same luck, though. I seemed to have a knack for getting taken out just a few corners into the race, and then having to fight my way back through to the front, I don't think I actually managed to win another race all day, but they were still great fun. For those interested in earning a little extra cash, you are able to bet on a winner of a match before it starts (I liked to bet on myself... confidence you know). If your bet is correct you'll win more money at the end.Rally•A new mode for races which I didn't personally try, but did watch others play, is Rally. This is a team race, one of you is the driver, while the other is the passenger acting as co-driver. You will need a headset for this as communication is key. Here's why: the driver has no directions on his screen, the co-driver gets arrows (left or right) popping up on his screen when a turn needs to be made. The co-driver must tell the driver which direction to go. It has the potential to be a pretty fun game mode, but I have a feeling it will only be good for those of you playing on Xbox 360 where you are guaranteed to own a headset. I've found on PS3, the vast majority of players do not use a headset, making this mode almost pointless for them as it will be more or less impossible to play without one. If you don't already own one, it might be worth purchasing a bluetooth headset, they're ridiculously cheap these days anyway.Other Bits and Bobs•Awards can be viewed from the pause screen. These are just your standard multiplayer achievements you'll find in pretty much any game, for getting X amount of kills with a particular weapon, winning X number of times in a certain game mode etc. Completing these challenges will give you extra points, helping you to level up quicker.•Unfortunately we didn't have access to the content creator, so I can't say anything about that, other than the fact it will be available at launch, and we're very interested in what people create with it. It certainly has a lot of potential.