Grand Theft Auto Anniversary Show
GameSpot celebrates the Grand Theft Auto Anniversary by revisiting some old friends... and shooting the crap out of them.
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one of my favorite parts of this games was the huge city riot that happens near the end of the game.
Too much analysis for me...
I think its a bit pretentious to be honest with you.
Its nice to watch though.
Is this a F****ng joke???
What a sad, stupid way to celebrate GTA!!!... and why do Vice City? When every one knows that San Andreas is the best game in the series by a long way... And also playing the game in a console?!?!??!.. what is wrong with you guys?.. seriously.....O.O
" at 20:15... "I don't remember the gun play in San Andreas..." This guy is f*cking kidding me right ?! Try playing San Andreas !
Vice City, even if I randomly hear just one sound track from the game, it opens the flood gates to some of my fondest memories ever ..:)
What a lame guy playing. I must say that you suck man !!! You suck BIG TIME ! At least when you know people will watch it practice ahead fool . And the biggest goal of this is that celebrating what was originally a PC game on a console just ruins the whole thing . GTA is my favorite game of all times and seeing you two F***k it up like this - really sad .
1, 2, 3, and VC were great, and it was all downhill from there. Saints Row has replaced it.
VC was not a sequel, it was a stand alone add on. GTA1 runs fine on modern computers, get the anniversary collection, or use dosbox. 3 runs fine on modern computers, as does 2. Why the hell start with VC?
Gamespot, you guys are freaking N00bs. Any serious gamer can get almost anything running on modern tech. MORONS.
How come they don't put out an HD trilogy? That'd be awesome. Maybe with some slight improvements in it as well.
Favorite Vice City song: Hashim - Al Naafiysh (The Soul)
Favorite outfit: sleazy burgundy track suit!
I loved this game, wasn't a fan of your character having a voice though.
Love Fist wasn't played by a singer. He was played by an actor called Kevin McKidd. He was on that show Journey, he was a character in Ridley Scott's Kingdom of Heaven, and he also played SOAP in Modern Warfare 2 and three.
Oh, and GTA: Vice City was the game to get me into 80's music far more than I ever have been. The games are really quite special, unless you just plan on playing it to run around the streets with a bat to knock people out; then it can either be hilarious, or too violent depending on who it is that views it.
Just fyi Lazlow in GTA4 was a rundown radio host trying to get a show with the views of people "on the street" with hilarious and innapropriate results