FOX crime drama Gotham features a comic book set of origins with attitude. This show feels like a cross between Rockstar Games’ L.A. Noire and Frank Miller’s Sin City sans Marv. Although the premiere episode feels more like the video game story of a brave cop starting on a jaded police force. Of course Gotham City is not Los Angeles and the fictional town of Bruce Wayne and Commissioner Gordon feels more like New York than the city of angels.
After releasing one of the most highly anticipated games of 2013, Rockstar Games seem to be going out of their way to alienate gamers who are still unhappy with the company. GTA V Online Multiplayer Mode is still having a multitude of problems and fans of the game are beginning to feel that Rockstar are purposefully trying to milk them dry of real cash instead of GTA V $ while taking the fun out of the franchise
Three weeks ago we held a poll to see what players thought of the GTA V Online Multiplayer Bad Sport penalty and the lobby for those who earn the duncecap. Well over 6,000 gamers voted on the poll and quite a large number left comments on the poll letting us, and other gamers, know what they thought of Rockstar Games introducing this feature to the online gameplay.
Ever since Rockstar Games opened up the GTA V Online Multiplayer mode fans have been in an uproar about all the issues that have plagued the gameplay. Server crashes; character deletions; items being lost; and when the server wasn’t crashing, it was not working properly. Chaos.
Rockstar Games have released another title patch for the PS3 and are working to make the Xbox 360 patch available very soon. The patch will address problems with the GTA V Online Mode.