Take-Two CEO's response to GTA 5's prostitutes is perfect GameZone's Matt Liebl: "Grand Theft Auto gets a ton of flack for its content, and is constantly the target of criticism by traditional media. Meanwhile, movies and shows of the same graphic nature get a pass. Let's not act like games are alone in this. Grand Theft Auto is a gritty game intended for mature audiences. The developers are free to create whatever they want, bound only by moral obligation."
Digital Foundry: GTA V PS4 and Xbox One compared in new frame-rate stress test. Digital Foundry writes: The final analysis is in. We've put together a wealth of GTA 5 clips culled from capture sessions spanning over 20 different missions, concentrating on areas where the title's 30fps target frame-rate faces its toughest challenges. In comparing PS4 and Xbox One, the end result is fascinating; it shows that while there are some scenarios that prove equally challenging for both consoles, specific areas can see one platform out-performing the other. On a native 1080p title like this, we might reasonably expect PlayStation 4's more powerful GPU to demonstrate an unassailable advantage across the game, but the reality is a little more complicated.
Xbox One "Catching Up Quickly" To PS4, EA Exec Says The Xbox One is "catching up quickly" to the PlayStation 4 in terms of worldwide sales, according to Electronic Arts CFO Blake Jorgensen. What's helping Microsoft close the gap is the recent $50 price drop and the value-focused Assassin's Creed and Call of Duty bundles currently available, he said today.
"Clearly, Sony has jumped out to a lead with a great console and I think a great pricing strategy. But Microsoft is catching up quickly," Jorgensen said today during a presentation at the 2014 UBS Global Technology Conference. "And pricing actions that are taking place, particularly within this Christmas season, driven by Microsoft around reductions plus a lot of bundled software, I think will continue to help pull the consumer into the new consoles."