Capum15's forum posts

#1 Posted by Capum15 (5103 posts) -

You could use the Snapmatic phone app in-game, but the Steam overlay is much easier to actually get to the pictures after you take them (I got the game through steam so it's what I use most of the time).

#2 Posted by Capum15 (5103 posts) -

@dfl017: Yeah I've been in a friends Crew since I started playing the PC Online. I'm not sure how much of a demand there is for a PC crew though; could start a thread asking about it.

#3 Posted by Capum15 (5103 posts) -

@andorski: I've played like 80% of my time so far in First Person mode and it's great, and the controls feel pretty good. I was surprised at how easy it was to drive like that at high speeds.

#4 Posted by Capum15 (5103 posts) -

I'm still technically in BOMB but I have no idea if they're still active.

#5 Posted by Capum15 (5103 posts) -

@capum15 said:

@shaggydude: Thank you for the location for the custom music! I was going to hunt for that later, but this saves me the trouble. It's possibly my favorite aspect of the PC versions of GTA.

Oh wow custom radio is an option? That's awesome, wasn't sure they'd have it this time

Yep, apparently it's called Self Radio this time. I love that you can play it as a radio or straight up pure music - it's such a great idea. Don't miss out on radio banter that way.

#6 Posted by Capum15 (5103 posts) -

@shaggydude: Thank you for the location for the custom music! I was going to hunt for that later, but this saves me the trouble. It's possibly my favorite aspect of the PC versions of GTA.

#7 Posted by Capum15 (5103 posts) -

@xanadu: The progress transfer I think was only for GTA Online. My character from the 360 carried over just fine, with everything I had.

Spent two or so hours in GTA Online with a friend and about two more starting the campaign. It runs great, looks pretty good (not everything is maxed out, but I'd rather have a nice high FPS), and First Person mode is just as awesome as I thought it would be.

#8 Posted by Capum15 (5103 posts) -

Shaun of the Dead, but only barely. Hot Fuzz was fucking great, but I haven't seen World's End yet. Should get on that sometime.

#9 Edited by Capum15 (5103 posts) -

A game can certainly introduce songs I never would've heard of otherwise. Like Fallout 3 / New Vegas with older songs. I've bought a few soundtracks after hearing some good songs in certain games.

It also certainly helps if I think the soundtrack is good - it can compliment a game very well.

I don't know if it necessarily influences my taste, but it lets me know of more good songs quite often.

#10 Posted by Capum15 (5103 posts) -

@dudeglove: Yes, and I would think also yes. I phase out landfills entirely with incinerators as soon as I can, and while I haven't tried the second bit I would think you could.