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A friend got pretty worked up when I said that any idiot could do well at the game and we went down to the local arcade. I hate being wrong :angry:

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Whoever designed the road system in GTA: SA deserves to be shot.

 

And seriously, what the f**k is up with these missions? Vice City did it right: for every mission, you always got something in return - mostly money. In San Andreas, you have all these missions where all you get is a measly amount of respect at the end. I don't care about respect, I want $$$. And I've just done a couple missions where I've gotten nothing, not even any respect, as reward. That, IMO, is just stupid squared. I could have my character earn more money by just beating random people in the street and collecting their pocket change. I don't know whose brilliant idea it was, but it's a pretty damn bad one.

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Whoever designed the road system in GTA: SA deserves to be shot. 

 

And seriously, what the f**k is up with these missions?  Vice City did it right: for every mission, you always got something in return - mostly money.  In San Andreas, you have all these missions where all you get is a measly amount of respect at the end.  I don't care about respect, I want $$$.  And I've just done a couple missions where I've gotten nothing, not even any respect, as reward.  That, IMO, is just stupid squared.  I could have my character earn more money by just beating random people in the street and collecting their pocket change.  I don't know whose brilliant idea it was, but it's a pretty damn bad one.

 

 

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Whoever designed the road system in GTA: SA deserves to be shot. 

 

And seriously, what the f**k is up with these missions?  Vice City did it right: for every mission, you always got something in return - mostly money.  In San Andreas, you have all these missions where all you get is a measly amount of respect at the end.  I don't care about respect, I want $$$.  And I've just done a couple missions where I've gotten nothing, not even any respect, as reward.  That, IMO, is just stupid squared.  I could have my character earn more money by just beating random people in the street and collecting their pocket change.  I don't know whose brilliant idea it was, but it's a pretty damn bad one.

 

Of the GTAs, San Andreas was the one I never got far in. I don't know what it was about it, but I just didn't find it all that interesting.

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Perhaps you were just tired of GTA after playing the other ones? It happened to me in Vice City.

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Nah. I think it was the setting. I prefered the mafia-esque storylines of the previous games than the LA gang inspired storyline of SA.

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Why, yes. As a matter of fact I am playing Hoyle Casino. One of the few PC games that I own. Because it will actually run on my PC.

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Replaying Resident Evil: Code Veronica X.

 

I know RE4 formula is all the rage now, but it honestly makes me really sad to know that the old survival horror formula is dead (Rule of Rose being the last game to probably use it).

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GTA: SA was an interesting change from the mafia setting. I had to really think back to my Boyz in tha Hood days. Unfortunately my wife took the game away after I called her my Beeeotch.

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I'm installing KotORII.

 

No, I've never played it.

 

I know I'm late to the party, but like, I had a boycott to keep, that I rescinded soon after because I realized a one man boycott wouldn't do anything and nobody else wanted to play along, but then I managed to keep it out of a combination of forgetfullness and apathy.

 

Long story short after getting all excited about it prior to the Xbox release I bought Bloodlines and forgot all about it by the time the PC version came around. I noticed a copy of it poking around on the shelf when I was at EB today and I picked it up. Hopefully it's good, even more hopefully the Restoration Mod will be out shortly.

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GTA: SA was an interesting change from the mafia setting.  I had to really think back to my Boyz in tha Hood days.  Unfortunately my wife took the game away after I called her my Beeeotch.

 

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yeah... being a button man was much more fun than being a homie..

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GTA: San Andreas is one of the best games I've ever played. My only complaint about it would be the impossibility of finding each and every shell/graffitti/photograph/horseshoe to actually be able to get any rewards. I liked the "one reward/ten collected thingies" system in GTA: Vice City much better.

 

I still haven't gotten a single reward in San Andreas :)

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