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Favorite GTA?

  • Grand Theft Auto

    Votes: 6 3.0%
  • Grand Theft Auto: London 1969

    Votes: 2 1.0%
  • Grand Theft Auto 2

    Votes: 17 8.6%
  • Grand Theft Auto III

    Votes: 23 11.6%
  • Grand Theft Auto: Vice City

    Votes: 72 36.4%
  • Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas

    Votes: 77 38.9%
  • Grand Theft Auto: Advanced

    Votes: 3 1.5%
  • Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories

    Votes: 11 5.6%
  • Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories

    Votes: 9 4.5%
  • Grand Theft Auto IV

    Votes: 40 20.2%
  • Episodes From Liberty City (The Lost & Damned and The Ballad of Gay Tony)

    Votes: 15 7.6%
  • Grand Theft Auto V

    Votes: 49 24.7%
  • Grand Theft Auto: Online

    Votes: 17 8.6%
  • My Mother's My Sister!

    Votes: 22 11.1%

  • Total voters
    198

The Last Stand

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Oh I did a lot of that as well. I think I did so much of Bomb da Base that I could have pretty much spedrun it. Problem was finding other tards to play it over and over with me.
Were you trying to beat the Rockstar times for the co-op missions?

I have to say: IV's multiplayer had a bit of everything. Co-op, ranked, free mode, customizable settings, an open world. If you had a full lobby with Deathmatch or Cops and Crooks, it would be intense.

I don't understand why the Ballad of Gay Tony had the maps in smaller interiors. And less modes than IV and TLaD.
 
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I think one of the most interesting things in single player was the little mini story arcs you could do with heist crew members where they form something of a bond with the protagonist team and can genuinely improve in skill most exemplified with Karim learning his lesson from the jewel store job about vehicle choice and improving in the bureau raid and ricky slowly becoming a competent hacker I hope they expand more on this if they keep heists in gta 6 even if you might end up missing out on it if you focus purely on profit maximization
 

The Last Stand

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Heists were always a factor in GTA one way or another.

GTA 3 started with a heist turned betrayal.

GTA: VC has a mission where you take part in a bank heist. Find crew members and follow through.

They expanded on that with GTA: SA with a casino heist. Planning and everything.

GTA IV's Three Leaf Clover mission just puts you right in the action. Inspired by the movie Heat as well, with a memorable shootout with the cops. One of my favorite GTA missions ever.

GTA V was the pinnacle of video game heists. You have planning, you have options, you have choices with crew members, even able to upgrade your crew members. I love the backstory each heist member brought with strengths and weaknesses.

The Paleto Bay heist was my favorite V mission. You raise hell with a minigun while the local police come at you with the military even.
 

King Ghidorah

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Heists were always a factor in GTA one way or another.

GTA 3 started with a heist turned betrayal.

GTA: VC has a mission where you take part in a bank heist. Find crew members and follow through.

They expanded on that with GTA: SA with a casino heist. Planning and everything.

GTA IV's Three Leaf Clover mission just puts you right in the action. Inspired by the movie Heat as well, with a memorable shootout with the cops. One of my favorite GTA missions ever.

GTA V was the pinnacle of video game heists. You have planning, you have options, you have choices with crew members, even able to upgrade your crew members. I love the backstory each heist member brought with strengths and weaknesses.

The Paleto Bay heist was my favorite V mission. You raise hell with a minigun while the local police come at you with the military even.
I always felt bad for norm and hugh who both have semi sympathetic qualities and both end up getting blown the fuck out 90% of the heists
 
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Mr. 0

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I always felt bad for norm and hugh who both have semi sympathetic qualities and both end up getting blown the fuck out 90% of the heists
If you choose Norm for the Paleto Score he reveals himself to idolize Michael so much he abandoned his wife and 3 children to become a bank robber after Michael "death", thinking Michael would never have bothered with a normal family life. The irony of that makes him less than "semi-sympathetic".
 

Dom Cruise

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Heists were always a factor in GTA one way or another.

GTA 3 started with a heist turned betrayal.

GTA: VC has a mission where you take part in a bank heist. Find crew members and follow through.

They expanded on that with GTA: SA with a casino heist. Planning and everything.

GTA IV's Three Leaf Clover mission just puts you right in the action. Inspired by the movie Heat as well, with a memorable shootout with the cops. One of my favorite GTA missions ever.

GTA V was the pinnacle of video game heists. You have planning, you have options, you have choices with crew members, even able to upgrade your crew members. I love the backstory each heist member brought with strengths and weaknesses.

The Paleto Bay heist was my favorite V mission. You raise hell with a minigun while the local police come at you with the military even.
Oh yeah, the heists in GTAV were very intense and fun, especially with the Drive inspired soundtrack (the revival of synth soundtracks was one of my absolute favorite cultural trends of the 2010s)
 

King Ghidorah

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If you choose Norm for the Paleto Score he reveals himself to idolize Michael so much he abandoned his wife and 3 children to become a bank robber after Michael "death", thinking Michael would never have bothered with a normal family life. The irony of that makes him less than "semi-sympathetic".
He does come off as genuinely excited to work with and eager to please his apparent idol granted he acts like a dick to the other crew members and what you added which is why I say "semi sympathetic" at best
Hugh is definitely the most sympathetic though since he clearly just wants out of the game and is even working on a screenplay and Eddie toh also who talks about getting his kids through college
 
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Can somebody explain why and how if you uncap the frame rate in GTA games on the PC, they have glitches?
 
Any memories of GTA IV multiplayer?
Team Mafiya Work with blips set to "Team" (blips on "All" by default was a terrible design decision) was one of the most intense and enjoyable multiplayer experiences I've ever had. There was nothing like rolling up on an objective, not knowing if the other team was there already or if they'd arrive at the same time. Truly epic battles were a given. On PC there was almost always one game of it going during the GTA IV multiplayer heyday, sometimes even with enough players for three full teams.
 
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