Straight from the mouth of the author himself: Bret Easton Ellis has pointed out that if none of the murders actually happened, the entire point of the novel would be rendered moot. So to those of you who belive it's all in his head, you're wrong. Read the book. Although he does seem to lose his grip on sanity as you head toward the end of his story (The Patty Winters Show haha), Patrick has indeed spilled blood while living his (our?) Wall Street dream.
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Alomar was far and away one of my favorite second basemen to play the game and though I missed out on Bert's career being a bit young, I do have Chris Bermsn's great Bert Be Home Byleven to keep me going. Cooperstown is a place that truly has to be seen to be believed. I live not far from there and it's always a joy to walk through it's threshold.
Yeah hopefully the transition from the PSP to the PS2 is a smooth one for this game because I'm definitely ready to shell out a 20 for this game with all the extras that David Jaffe has already stated are included on the disk. I practically played Twisted Metal: Black to death so I'm excited to see the series back. Never too excited about a port, but I'll make an exception in this case.
I was out of gaming for a while before playing GTA III at a buddies house and literally running out to get a PS2 of my own. I'll probably be picking up a PS3 right before GTA IV hits the shelves as well.
Here's a total of the GTA's to date without the PC numbers. The PS2 and Xbox figures for San Andreas equal roughly around 17 million copies sold, so the number of a 20 million might not be to far off (assuming the PC figures). Easily the most powerful series going today and can't wait to hear more word on GTA IV.