"last five to ten per cent of work" on a game, which can grant all the difference in the world when it's finished.
Frankly, the "level of perfection" witnessed in the likes of Grand Theft Auto V is "not seen or understood" by the majority of the industry, remarked Benzies.
"We can all make a car drive down a street in a game, but can you do it in style? Everyone's got characters that are walking around, but can they walk?" he told Develop.
Unfortunately that 'level of perfection' isn't quite felt with GTA Online right now as fans struggle to get online to play with crews, with reports of money and progress being lost. Rockstar is due to imminently release a title update for GTA Online to fix the problems. The Grand Theft Auto V single player experience is quite the beast however.
Check out. Rockstar Games is one of the few to have that feeling of 'extra special sauce' in their titles, which largely stems from the studio paying attention to the little details in their game worlds.