Your taste in music must not be that great if you think that Green Onions, Express Yourself, Think About It, Low Rider, Mother, Cult of Personality, Welcome To The Jungle, Movin' On Up, Groove Me, Keep On Movin', Almost everything on K-DST, Hey Good Lookin', Amos Moses, Mama's Don't Let Your Babies Grow Up to Be Cowboys, I Know You Got Soul, It Takes Two, ect. are awesome.
Every time you look for traffic to steal a car and when you turn the other way and when you turn back to where you were originally looking, new vehicles come(by the way I like to go skydiving in this fucking awesome game.)Good job on telling us how to playing GTA San Andreas.
Got the game, completed the game, love the game, love the quirks, love the dicking about, love the hugeness of it all.
Al Gore "We all know that a leopard cannot change its stripes" And we call former Vice Prez Dan Quayle an idiot. Well, he was. "I was recently on a tour of Latin America, and the only regret I have was that I didn't study Latin harder in school so I could converse with those people."
hahaha when i first played the game i wa hooked cause sam jackson was the asshole cop. but i cant get passed the part where you are robbing this cats house and te part where you are chasing this homo on a motorcycle with OG LOC
Robbing Use the "Walk" key. There should be a key to walk silently. Chasing for Loc. Don't shoot, just concentrate on the chase, don't try to be fast, just follow him sedately until he get's off the bike, than cap his head. And "Wrong side of the Tracks"? Park Smoke NEXT to the Circle, get to the Airport. Jump on a car then on the watchman's booth get into the Airport, steal a plane. Get far far north to a little sandy beach north of the abandoned airport, fly low to evade the rockets, get into the amphibious Helicopter Fly it to the Pay and Spray back home, get into another Car and lose the Heat(Or fly it through all the Police Stars in Los Santos.) Park the Heli down next to the tracks then drive Smoke into the Circle. Take the Heli and Pop those Fools. That's the easiest way.
GTA San Andreas is by far the most fun to play on the slapstick-shits-and-giggles factor. Vice City is the game I most fondly remember from my younger years, and the fourth I thought was a bit too gray and dull. Also, Lazlow becomes increasingly less funy throughout the series.
gluhovskyFeatured By OwnerSep 8, 2011Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I really loved playing SA. I couldn't play VC longer then 30min. before getting bored. Can't explain why(Maybe because I was born in the 90'^^) I thought the completly weird story was fun to play, alongside with free-roaming. I think both games are unique in their own way. Vice City with its (apparently) well written srory, SA with its completly weird story and alot more possibilities to do anything you want.
I modded the shit out of this game. When your main character can create portals with his mind, turn invisible at will, and cause everything that shoots him to randomly explode, you may consider yourself invincible.
You basically summed up why I love Vice City. That and the numerous radios station filled to the brim with bad, ranging to AMAZING 80's music The only I might not like is how drive-by's play out, its rather difficult to pull off unless you're seriously skilled.
Of all of these, only 7 was really a problem. I like the RPG element, and it works for me better than some other silly shit- like the instant turret mode outta nowhere at key points in the game.
However, as frustrating as the stats thing is, nothing is as satifying as getting to Hitman level with Sawn Off Shotguns and going to town on the Ballas, or getting to the point where you can ninja your way through any situation with dual silenced pistols, regardless if the enemy has a minigun or a rocket launcher. It's a genuine kind of awesome.
Faults? What faults? And it's not like I don't acknowledge all of the things you just pointed out, but didn't you think that Vice City was at least equally farcical? Maybe it's just that I played San Andreas before Vice City and GTA III, but going from the massive open spaces of SA to the much smaller area of Vice City felt like going from a football field to a shoebox. And again, just personal opinion, but I think that the music in San Andreas was at least 90 percent better than the sh*tfest in Vice City. At times, I felt like it was either turn the radio off, or drown in the horrible sea of 80's pop and hair metal.