You can probably tell from my avatar that I'm a huge fan of Grand Theft Auto. In fact, I'm a huge fan of Rockstar Games in general. Over the past ten years, I have eagerly awaited the release of every GTA and I can't help but think that; either GTA Fans have incredibly short attention spans, or Rockstar picks up many naive fans after every installment. It's probably both.
First thing that really bugged me was that people thought that the older guy who appeared in the first trailer (we now know him as Michael) was an older Tommy Vercetti and that Tommy would be that old now. No he wouldn't! The guy in the trailer (Michael) looks like he's in his early to mid 40's, now let's see why Tommy wouldn't be in his 40's these days.
As Vice City began, Vercetti had just served a fifteen year stretch and the year was 1986. That means he was went to prison in 1971, assuming he was 18 when he was arrested (though he was probably older) it would mean Tommy was born in 1953, which would make him 60 in 2013.
I also clearly remember Rockstar stating the GTA III trilogy (which includes GTA III, Vice City, San Andreas, and the Liberty City and Vice City stories spin offs) existed in their own universe whereas GTA IV existed in a more realistic "HD" universe (This was also mentioned in last months Game Informer extended GTA V preview).
Maybe it's me and my OCD but what really annoyed me with some fans on the internet and made me do the confused Jackie Chan meme face was the rage that GTA V was not coming for the PC!!!??? The last time Rockstar talked about the PC version of GTA prior to its release on consoles was probably back when Rockstar North was DMA Design. Of course GTA is coming to the PC but it's coming to consoles first, LIKE IT ALWAYS HAS!!!! Now please everybody calm down and rejoice because GTA V is only a few months away :)