This week, PS3 and PC owners will finally be able to discover the two Episodes from Liberty City that were previously released on Xbox 360 as exclusive content for Grand Theft Auto IV. A good reason to come back to Rockstar's version of New York City, even though today some of the gameplay mechanics of the game like the shooting have grown a bit old. It is still a very good deal since the two episodes are interesting enough to be worth your while. It will also keep you busy while waiting for the next big Rockstar game at the end of May.
@Sdarts: Poor performance is to the detriment of "immersion" and other such buzzwords, too :P (1 minute ago)
@Tiz: burnout paradise is the only open world racing game i've ever enjoyed tbh. God i'd love a new PGR (2 minutes ago)
@GriftGFX: The experience you have with a game trumphs everything, and that depends on semanthics. You would have a better experience with 60fps, I would have one with more immersion, different tastes (2 minutes ago)
@Sdarts: where the AC games no doubt had a more solid framerate (3 minutes ago)
@bleachedsmiles: They probably felt more comfortable developing with 30fps in mind. I think before PGR3, the only racing game I enjoyed playing was Burnout. (4 minutes ago)
I'm not focusing so much on graphics, but on the experience, and graphics do help immensely in that department - at least for me. Loved the AC games and had a great experience because I played on PC. (4 minutes ago)
So that much is not subjective, nor are we banging our heads against semantics. (5 minutes ago)