such as Speed, Weight, Name and ID and some comments on the vehicle. For weapons you will find the name, the category, Power,
Rate of Fire and Comments. And of course all weapons and vehicles are full with pictures, supplied by The-end.
Many hours have been put into this guide between the two of us, so by all means enjoy it and find some use out of it.
The guide itself is still updated from time to time, even now, two years after we first released it to the GTAForums community.
Anyway, on with the guide!
Last Update: 19/8/08
- Recaptured all the missing weapon images.
- Added the missing weapons.
- Generally cleaned the guide up and corrected spelling errors.
|Name: Demios SP|
Comments: A nice looking little sporty deal that can go pretty fast. It's light,
and turns pretty well.
Location: Randomly spawns in the driveways of the houses next to the
Shoreside Vale hideout.
Comments: Looking much nicer than it did in VC and SA, the Landstalker is an
all round okay performer. The handling isn't too bad, it can really build up
speed over time and it isn't too heavy.
Location: In the lot of Capital Auto sales.
Comments: Quite a slow ugly car, not something you would want to do a
getaway in. Only drive this if you really have to, or for some reason
Location: Around Portland and Staunton Island.
Availability: Quite Rare
Comments: Now this is a good car. Very fast, very light, and handles well too.
The thing you have to watch out for though is that it doesn't take damage too
well, and a few hard hits can do a lot of damage.
Location: Parked where the mission “Stop The Press” takes place on Staunton Island.
Comments: Once again, one of the more ugly cars in the game. Struggles
to get to even a decent speed, and it handles like a shopping cart. Not
recommended for joyrides unless you're an OAP.
Location: Driving around in front of your Portland hideout.
Comments: Quite a decent car. With the right amount of space to
accelerate, it can go pretty fast. The handling is pretty
standard, and it isn't too heavy.
Location: In the Capital Auto’s showroom after beating 2 levels.
Comments: I absolutely LOVE these! They're pretty fast, the weight
doesn't restrict it in any way. Plus, it is the best vehicle to
climb the SSV hills, the grip is superb. Definitely a good vehicle!
Location: Commonly drives around the streets of SSV.
Comments: Classy; but crap. It's a posh thing to ride around in, but
it's slow, heavy and handles like a turd on wheels. Only ride around
in this if you want to feel richer than your pathetic poor self really is.
Location: Common around Staunton.
Edited by kingvercetti, 18 August 2008 - 11:31 PM.