Hardcore Gamer: We couldn't help wondering why people would be so excited about a direct sequel, especially since the fake press release alleged that CJ would be the main playable character.
I would never want Rockstar to waste time on a sequel. They should always be spending time on creating classic characters and hardware-pushing game worlds.
GTA SA will always be my favourite game :) I would like to see DLC added to GTA V to bring in CJ for a few missions maybe but a sequel is not needed.
I still want to know what happened to CJ's brother and why he fled to Liberty City. San Andreas stories please
I Think the next GTA will take place in Vice City.
It will probably be even smaller than GTA5, pfft 1 city, in vice city it's be a town, with Grass covering 99% of the map like gt 5
yea but GTA 5 was one city, GTA SA had three cities yes maybe smaller map but still so they could do GTA VC bigger and more detailed and maybe add a joinging state to it
I liked VC way more the SA. I remember buying it and playing it for a few hours and then just being bored with it. Vice city felt more alive and funner. Maybe I just didn't care for the story, it was the same with GTA4 I hated the story and characters.
I prefer VC as well.
A bit thick all those 'why' articles
"We couldn't help wondering why people would be so excited about a direct sequel" Because SA was the only good one. *Runs for the hills*
VC had the best music but SA had some good ones too, i liked the humor in VC as well as the seriousness of it. If they made a new VC today i guess they would have to expand the map quite a bit, not that it's too small but it is a lot smaller when compared to SA.. even the amount of missions.
agreed i have played them all and only San andreas has any longevity. the rest are just souless empty worlds like GTAV.
GTA1&2? Okay, but 3, and VC??? Not so much. VC to this day still has the best atmosphere out of any GTA title ever made.
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