I don't feel like there is any goal in the game at all. I liked the difficulty of flying the Dodo. Vice City for me because of the setting, characters, and music. I prefer it when peds actually chaotically fly through the air when I hit them full speed with a car. From a critical perspective, the games get better and better. Story, setting, music: Vice City. This is just one basic gripe with the old titles.
I can understand why people prefer san andreas. Seriously one of the best games I've ever played. You name it, you probably could do it. Now that I've got a GeForce 6600 it's a lot better given that I can ramp up the draw distance, antialiasing, etc. You crash, you hit someone or you get hit: swearing, swearing and swearing. It's playable at 1400x1050x16, I have to go down to 800x600 to play in 32 bit mode.
How would you rank the 5 games? Did you get past the first section of the game? The attention to detail was fantastic. I think the San Andreas story is the best, but Tommy Vercetti, the Vice City protagonist is the best character. Was just playing it the other day on my ipad and it brought back all kinds of memories. Having a whole state to roam with three separate cities was just awesome. Saints Row 2 came close, but I still feel San Andreas edges it out by a small margin.
Hey will1129 number 1 and 2 on your favourite games in your sig are the same as mine. It actually wasn't a great game. The setting, environments, and the characters in particular made you care for them. I'm an 80s survivor, so the music of my youth holds a special appeal to me. TheGamer1988 Owners of the new Special Edition version of the game can also look forward to two bonus discs with extra content on them.
Anyhow, I finally got my copy from Play. You are even constantly swearing at the people who are supposed to be your friends, and vice versa. While Los Santos is cool, the city region is far too small. Driving school Racing Jetpack mayhem. And if you've ever met any gang members, they swear.
Most people's favorite is San Andreas. In Grand Theft Auto San Andreas, your character is constantly swearing. I keep seeing it mentioned on ebay, but I haven't seen it mentioned anywhere else. The story was well done, and I'm glad they finally strayed from the cliche rags to riches plot line. I've heard vice city has the most engaging setting, and best music. This isn't new or shocking information I'm telling you either, its recognized constantly. San Andreas was fun but there were points where it went over the top Eating at intervals and parts where the story felt rushed.
TheGamer1988 That comment seems to come on these forums a lot, ''hasn't aged well'', in what way do you mean - graphics? Of all the sandbox games to date, it's my favorite to play in. Quit acting like a bunch of butt-hurt children and learn to show your appreciation for something without having to completely diss something else, no one will ever take you seriously otherwise. San Andreas has a slow start, I'd say you've got to get to the point where you leave Los Santos before it really kicks into it's stride. But in keeping on topic, I thought the weight system was kinda kool. Gearheads and Mod freaks will likely dig this, but its mixed messages and tendency to preach and preach inaccurately, I might add about the lawfulness of low-riding can wear on the nerves. I'm going to form my opinion based off of, get this, my feelings. It really is a truly fun game.
Vice City is better in every way. Which one is the best in terms of single player missions and story. Until I upgraded my graphics card, I'd have agreed. Red Dead just felt so fresh and intriguing. Vice City is the better game, primarily because the story and characters were better. Unlike Grand Theft Auto San Andreas, there is a clear goal in the game and you work towards it. I found out that south korea has banned gta Is there a way around this? But for sheer gameplay nirvana, it has to be San Andreas.
And Rockstar in general makes awesome games, let's just agree to that. I spent more hours than I can count roaming around and getting into trouble. The world of San Andreas is awful. I still don't think an open-world game has topped it. The missions were really fun, especially the Gang Wars.