The next GTA eXperience is here…
Name: GTA: Sin City
Set: Sin City
Time period: 2002
Welcome to the sins of a GTA experience… This is the peak of GTA gaming greatness. Set in the crime ‘n’ grime city of Sin City, Rex Harding of Liberty City must work his way through the harsh and unforgiving streets if he wants to make it to the top…
Rex Harding lived in Liberty City all his life, had a secure friendship with many gangs and he made his living being their courier and runner, doing odd jobs and the occasional attack. But since the news that a high paying deal success with his friend Vince, he ditches his not so glamorous life in Liberty City and joins his friend in a life of narcotics and crime. He has no idea how hard it’ll be…Characters:
Name: Rex Harding
Resides: Orange Acre, Sin City
Originally from: Shoreside Vale, Liberty City
Preferred Ride: Idaho or Sentinel
Preferred Weapon: Desert Eagle
Rex is the general star of this GTA adventure. Growing up with his family in harsh outback of Liberty City has left him with a sarcastic and dry outlook on the city. However, a fresh start opportunity appears, and Rex snaps it up. Now, his life is very different and it’s about to change for the better… or the worse!
Name: Vince Brande
Resides: Chinatown, Sin City
Originally from: N/A – He was born in Sin City
Preferred Ride: Faggio or Stafford
Preferred Weapon: Colt Python
What’s to be said about Vince? He’s got Sin in his blood! Born and raised in the unforgiving atmosphere in Sin City, he’s been taught to expect everything. He deals in the worst and grittiest activities he can find, as he says “Dirty jobs means dirty money! And there’s nothing better!”
Name: Dennis “Cruiser” Alloy
Resides: St. Michael's, Sin City
Originally from: Chinatown, Sin City
Preferred Ride: Elegy or Calton
Preferred Weapon: Uzi 9mm
Need a bit of help with your car? Call Cruiser and he’ll see what he can do. Being a Sin City bred guy, he knows about cars and his customers. He’s been looking for a man with a spine to help him with his errands. If you comply, maybe he’ll help you in the car department!
Name: Pinoy Black
Resides: Orange Acre Cul de Sac, Sin City
Originally from: N/A - He was born there
Preferred Ride: BMX or Sabre
Preferred Weapon: Knife
Pinoy is the typical teenage neighbour. He likes loud music, pornography and hanging out with his friends, one of those being Vince. Pinoy has very close ties with him and often helps out with his jobs. Mind you, Pinoy needs some help of his own…
Name: Kat Twigg
Resides: Orange Acre Cul de Sac, Sin City
Originally from: Little Haiti, Vice City
Preferred Ride: Voodoo
Preferred Weapon: Stubby Shotgun
Kat is two words; fine and furious. She loves her action and soon as Rex and her meet, they’re both taken on a ride! Kat is known to be in the wrong place at the wrong time, but she loves it, and she loves nothing better than sorting out other people’s problems her own special way… with violence and authenticity!
Resides: Sunrise, Sin City
Originally from: Starfish Island, Vice City
Preferred Ride: Stretch Limo
Preferred Weapon: None – his bodyguards do all the work!
Gonzales is simply a rich teenager with too much time on his hands. After his rich uncle died in a mysterious car accident, he and his mother inherited a lot of money. Now, he makes his own fun by hiring hitmen to kill enemies, strippers for him and his friends and ordering luxury foods to replace the boring typical teenage meal…
Name: Alex “Spider” Arachnite
Resides: Chinatown, Sin City
Originally from: Portland, Liberty City
Preferred Ride: Glendale
Preferred Weapon: Sniper Rifle
Spider is all about stealth. He won’t do any job except his own organised and stealthy plan, whereas Vince would rather shoot everything firsthand. The two work well together though, and Spider has come up with his own organised track of jobs. He needs someone that little bit extra special…
Name: Ellen “Sphinx” Quinn
Resides: Armound, Sin City
Originally from: Portland, Liberty City
Preferred Ride: FCR-900 or Maverick
Preferred Weapon: AK 47
Here comes another action chick… this one from Liberty City! As well as Rex, Sphinx had to grow up learning about crime and the streets. Now, she makes a living for herself working as a hitman for Gonzales. Hear this, with Sphinx on the prowl, you’re sure not to last…
Name: Dominik “Domino” Cassidy
Resides: Gordon's Square, Sin City
Originally from: Red Light District, Liberty City
Preferred Ride: Patriot
Preferred Weapon: M4
Recognise the surname and choice of transport? Yes, Dominik is related to the legendary Phil Cassidy of Liberty City! However, Domino isn’t a redneck and loves the more modern side of weaponry…Word on the streets say that Domino is the man to see about big deals and hard cash.Weapons:
If you’re to set foot in Sin City without a weapon, you must be suicidal or just plain nuts. Crime is the sole god in this city. What goes is what goes, no arguments. You wouldn’t argue anyway. Here is a list of weapons available and a list of unique weapons.
Slot 1: Hands
Fists: These come as standard and these are all you have when you start. However, beef up and your power will greatly improve. If you are skinny, it takes a fair few to really damage someone.
Brass Knuckles: These are very common and very cheap, but effective none the less. It works the same no matter how skinny you are. You can kill someone in 4 punches.
Chain: This works virtually the same as the knuckles, but you can choke people with it too. The number of punches to kill someone is the same.
Boxing Gloves: These can be purchased very early in the game and can do a substantial amount of damage. However, it can’t kill an enemy, so use them when trying to weaken a foe.
Glove with coins in: This can be as effective as the Knuckles. But, it can make Rex’s hands sore after a while, so try to use other things as well.
Barbed Wire: This is deadly. You can bleed while using this and if not treated by a hospital, you can lose quite a lot of health. There are two things you can do when attacking. You can simply punch a foe, or grind it against his face. Both are very powerful!
Slot 2: Melee Weapons
Baseball bat: Nothing fancy here, just your old boring bat. Still, it is effective and can bring even the hardest drug dealer to his knees…
Golf Club: Surprisingly, these are quite hard to get. Kill a golfer or jack a golf cart and you’ll get one automatically if you haven’t got a melee weapon already. Fore!
Chainsaw: Jason wannabes, drool in envy. Here is the only tool for massacres! Completely lethal and will attract a wanted level after two kills, so use wisely!
Katana: Another lethal weapon! This is very hard to find, but worth it when you have tracked it down!
Shovel: Great for digging holes… in someone’s head! This is effective and practical. You can dig a hole when you’ve killed someone and throw them in it!
Police Baton: Easy one, this. Find a cop, kill him and pinch his nightstick! Although it takes a fair few hits to kill someone, it’s a handy weapon nonetheless.
Pool Cue: A definite novelty item. Get one from any bar and beat the living hell out of those balls… snooker or human!
Axe: Like the chainsaw. Very inhumane! The axe is rather heavy and Rex can’t run with it. But, it makes up for it in ruthlessness!
Sledgehammer: Like the axe. Heavy but worth it. Since this is blunt, it’s harder to kill someone. A good choice, chough.
Cane: Another easy find. Find an old man, kill him and steal his stick. Cruel, but that’s life Sin City…
Umbrella: Not very effective, but can be used to stab people. Not a very useful weapon, but funny for novelty!
Guitar: Stroll into a music shop and buy one. Smack someone over the head and run. Easy. Can only be used a limited number of times.
Saw: Can’t be used that much on humans, but when it comes to handicraft, that’s when it shines!
Screwdriver: Go Bob the Builder on all their arses and make some gashes! Available from all leading hardware stores.
Slot 3: Handguns
Colt 45: A classic handgun that never fails to do the job. This is one of many guns that you can move about with while aiming. Aim at the head for best results.
Colt Python: Another vintage. This is a gun that you’re rooted to the spot with. However, it’s worth it, as you can a one hit kill with by just one bullet.
Magnum: A very similar gun to the Colt 45 in terms of style. You’ll most often see gang members holding these, so it’s not as though you’re going to run out of ammo!
Luger: A very rare and powerful handgun. Only one spawn point for one of these can be found in the whole game. This is one of the only guns where you can get a decent kill and be able to move about.
Desert Eagle: This is the same as a Colt Python when it comes to kills. It’s all down to personal preference as they are virtually identical.
Silenced Colt 45: This is a silenced version of the classic Colt. You can also take off the silencer and use it as a standard Colt 45. However, the silencer makes stealth a whole lot easier.
Mini Colt: An interesting gun… This one can be smuggled into a sock or a sleeve, meaning you can have this and another handgun! Great!
Slot 4: Shotguns
Shotgun: Standard shotgun, no frills. Double barrels means double power. Makes headshots and dismemberment all too easy…
Sawn Off Shotgun: Again, two barrels means trouble. Even more so when you have two of these beauties! If you want to butcher an innocent shotgun, you can make your own if there’s a saw about…
Spaz Shotgun: This is on fire! The best in Shotgun killing sprees, this can fire three shells at a time or seven shells one after the other. Whichever the setting, watch those kills fly up!
Slot 5: Machine Pistols
Tec 9: Cheap and efficient. Two important words when it comes to the Tec 9. It might take a few more bullets to down a foe, but it’ll do its job.
Micro MP5: Some people don’t do miniatures. Those people are morons. This is a class weapon to take with you on your travels. It has a higher hit rating and can fire more for less.
MP5: This is Mafia stuff now. If you get one of these, hold it, treasure it and love it. You’ll get nothing like this again!
Slot 6: Assault Rifles
AK 47: Up close, it’s a deadly combat weapon. Far away, it can pick heads off shoulders like a sniper rifle. If you don’t have a sniper rifle, don’t worry. This is all you’ll need…
M4: This is a little more advanced than an AK 47 and looks more professional. The army often carry these and can make criminals and cars into Swiss cheese.
M60: Again, an army weapon, but very dangerous in your hands! Combine two M4’s and you’ve nearly got one of these. Can reduce trees to dust and cars to shards of metal.
Slot 7: Rifles
Country Rifle: What ho, chaps! This is for the birds. Shoot clay pigeons or flesh heads. Whatever floats your boat…
Sniper Rifle: Traditional sniper rifle for Hitmen who can’t let go of a target. Cross Hair Aiming comes as standard on these, so you can even shoot a finger!
PSG-1: An assassin’s dream! This “toy” has double the amount of aiming sight as a Sniper Rifle, so bystanders don’t stand a chance…
Slot 8: Heavy Artillery
Flamethrower: Spits flames at anything, even you, so keep away from the target! Don’t expect an easy getaway. These things are heavy!
RPG: Forget tanks. This is the thing to carry when something annoys you! Stan well back, and enjoy the flames and flying car doors…
Heat seeking RPG: Virtually the same as a standard RPG, but this one can follow body heat or engine heat. Especially good for downing planes.
Mini Gun: There isn’t anything Mini about this monster! Use in moderation, as ammo is limited and power is infinite!
Slot 9: Thrown Weapons
Grenades: Army necessities. Yank pin, hurl at target, job done. Make sure that you find cover after throwing. Those things make a bang!
Tear Gas Canisters: Can’t kill, but hurt your eyes. Then, when they’re blind, let rip with a gun! Handy in groups of gang members and prostitutes.
Satchel Charges: A professional piece of kit. These are timed and can be activated with a remote control.
Dynamite: Like grenades, but have a much sorter fuse. Once you’ve thrown it, run! These have a larger blast radius than grenades.
Molotov Cocktails: The hobo grenade. These can set fire to anything, so keep back. Amazing what a bit of Vodka can do, isn’t it?
Slot 10: Handheld Items
Spraypaint: Fancy going artiste on all their arses? Whip this out and create a work of art. Or, aim at someone’s face and poison them!
Camera: Make your own memories with this camera! Like the way you’ve blown something up? Push
and save it in your scrapbook!
Knife: You can use this for many things. Gouging, carving and unlocking doors! Be sure to have one of these, wherever you go.
Dildo: Floppy and dangerous, the Dildo can be a pleasure or a pain in both ways you use it!
Fire Extinguisher: Fancy a fire? Stop things getting out of hand and beat those firemen at their own game! Can also be used to gas enemies.
Slot 11: Unique Items
Flowers: Can’t be used to kill someone obviously, but they might make them sneeze.
Thermal/Night Vision Goggles: Simple and effective to use. Go James Bond style and snipe some unlucky victim! You can see people through walls with the Thermal Goggles while the Night Vision ones can’t see through an obstacle.
Shoe: Okay, impractical, I know. But no matter how comical this may look, it can cause some damage.
Hosepipe: This works exactly like a chain. Choke people and then discard. This can only be used once.
Edited by Spanx, 11 April 2005 - 05:32 PM.