Another thing or two that I really love about this game: The possibility to play old missions again and the rating that you get for the missions.
Not being able to play one specific scene/level/mission of a game when I want to play it, was always a bit annoying to me. There are games where I have saves of my favorite parts of the game to circumvent this, but I prefer how GTA 5 handles this. Could become a bit confusing and bloated once the list grows out of scale, but it's still beating the savegame method.
I'm not an achievement hunter (they're just useless pop ups), but when a game gives me a percentage or rating for missions/levels (or gold medals for beating a lap time in racing games), I'll come back at some point and try to get the best rating. GTA 5 loves to hide the exact requirements behind cryptic names, but that's what wikis are made for :P Will be fun to get a 100% for every mission. real.geizterfahr:
Stupid question to our GTA expert ;P Did they get rid of the annoying "Let's go bowling" calls in GTA 5? No friends who get pissed when you don't have time for them? I just noticed that I didn't get any of those annoying calls yet, when I played some tennis with Amanda yesterday (I was tired already and just wanted to have a short look at one of the mini games before going to bed).
Sorry for not replying sooner. Yes in while you are not in missions the characters do not call for activities. For the most part they don't have that "going out with friends to get benefits like discount weapons or bombs or free cab rides"
You CAN however choose to go on activities by inviting them yourself. But your do not call you. And its all just recreation. Just to her great dialoge between characters, especially that of Michael and Trevor.