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  • Freeman93 - June 4, 2010 7:30 p.m.

    GTA:Europe would surely be the best GTA yet! Sure the American settings have been fun but their is no question the most beautiful cities in the World are in Europe. Paris, Barcelona, London, Amsterdam, Berlin, Moscow, etc, etc; think of the diversity, the stereotypes, culture references. Even if the next GTA isn't set in Europe surely it has to be considered for the future, you can only drain the overly exaggerated American culture for so long.
  • CheechBoner - June 5, 2010 7:28 a.m.

    South America!!!!!seriously that would rule you could do drug runs and stuff like that it would be truly AMAZING!!!
  • chelsea1690 - June 7, 2010 5:09 p.m.

    why not have it set in Glasgow. Glasgow would be amazing
  • horrorcore - July 18, 2010 11:47 p.m.

    Hell jus keep it in the US and make the best GTA from a city people keep forgettin: WASHINGTON DC and the surrounding Metropolitan area of Northern Virginia and Maryland even expanding to Baltimore. But Wow. A GTA in London. Hell No. I mean if you wanna take it overseas then the best Europe city would be Amsterdam or even France but London please. But the Caribbean or South America specifically the countries like Colombia and Jamaica would be great since their known for drug trade specially Colombia or Mexico. A sci fi GTA HEll no. We played Timesplitters 2 for PS2. But Mexico would be my primary out of US location becuase of their booming drug trade right now.
  • dbleja - July 29, 2010 3:01 a.m.

    Realistically it needs to be in an English-speaking country, so Tokyo and continental Europe are out. Half the appeal of GTA is the radio stations, the billboards, the street chatter, etc. If it was in Tokyo, all the dialogue, billboards, etc. would have to be in Japanese with subtitles, which would be crap and would barely work, or in English, which would be ridiculous and would destroy the game's credibility. London is a good option. Sydney would be even better. For one, it has a spectacular skyline with lots of skyscrapers. Secondly, it's built on a huge harbour which increases the scope for boat- and air-based gameplay moreso than London's muddy Thames does (and makes it easier to lock off sections of the city in earlier periods of the game, like GTA likes to do). It's also multicultural and has a society rife with racism and hedonism, both of which are traditional themes in GTA. I think a futuristic setting could be fantastic (hovercars!! teleporters when you want to repeat a mission!!), although maybe making it a GTA game would encumber it too much; maybe a game like that should be a brand new franchise to make the most out of the possibilities. Personally though, my biggest hope is that in GTA5 sees the inclusion of some characters that aren't complete sociopathic arses for once. Sure, GTA4 had quality writing and voice acting, but after being introduced to the umpteenth detestable, amoral, thug who you'd never want to spend time with in real life, it gets hard to care about what goes on in the game's world, especially as Niko as as bad as any of them. Don't get me wrong, I enjoy blowing up helicopters with rocket launchers as much as the next guy, but if GTA5 made me feel from time to time like I'm doing more than just playing out the frustrated fantasy of a some pychotic 15-year old, it'd make it a much better game.
  • ballache - September 20, 2010 5:45 a.m.

    Interesting points raised here, but the focus needs to start with the plot of the game. They could steal a few movie ideas certainly to base the main character; maybe a bent cop, son of a mafia don, maybe undercover fed or a spook. Whatever city or cities chosen by R* I'm sure they'll make it epic. The good thing with it being set in the US is the mass mix of cultures and the variety between cities. I'd love to see more mountains and some GTA skiing would be wicked. I think they should also put in some random trips around the globe, maybe to sort out a coke deal in Bogota, or sorting out a weapons deal in teh Eastern Bloc. Guess we'll have to wait a fair few years before you can travel the entire globe on a game though..
  • jeroennn92 - September 26, 2010 11:56 a.m.

    yeah, i would be really happy of GTA V would be in europe. And with the possibility to travel between several cities, like Amsterdam, Berlin, Londen, Paris and Rome or Moscow. That would be really great, even if the load times are a bit longer. i'm already dreaming of a new GTA....
  • Ipriest54753 - December 8, 2010 10:39 p.m.

    How about GTA: The shetland isles, where you must wrest control of the mean street of lerwick from the shetland mafiosos... all ONE of them!
  • Raykid127 - February 7, 2011 1:12 a.m.

    The next GTA should totally be set in Latin America. Say, Guatemala for example. Tell me if you wouldn't want to drive somewhere you could also get your car robbed.
  • PolarBearsInHeat - June 22, 2011 2:47 p.m.

    GTA CANADA, you could ride moose and polarbears, shoot up mounties (we already do it), hunt baby seals, smoke marijuana in front of cops (it's being legalized). Have fucking charlie 6pack as your main guy, eh?

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