I was going back to play some old school Grand Theft Auto 1 (GTA) for PC when I noticed that in the "Classics Collection" of GTA 1 there were some edits to two missions.
1. A mission I remember in Liberty City was some guy asked you to hijack a train and then blew it up while you were in it claiming it was for God. Then when you started back at the hospital the guy apologized saying he was really high and gave you a cash reward.
I checked several gamefaq forums and strategy guide websites and could find no information on this mission.
2. In addition, there was another mission involving assassinating the mayor (or maybe it just had something to with the mayor) I don't exactly remember, but it had something to do with the mayor.
I found no information on this aswell.
I went back and checked an older CD-Image of GTA that I had and found these missions were not there either. I suspect that they must have only been in either the very first release of GTA 1 (PC) for DOS or in the very first windows version of GTA 1. However, I can not even find a version history on this game.
All I was able to find was a note made on a FAQ on www.gamefaqs.com referring to the above two missions being missing on the PSX version of GTA but were on the PC version, here is the quote from the FAQ (http://www.gamefaqs....le/197476/22224),
Coordinates: ( 67, 60)
Location: Under the train tracks at West Fort Law.
Unfortunately, this mission is not in the Playstation version, although you
still get a message that it's there when you collect the Information Point
on Law Island. According to my PC owning friend, the mission is either the
Blow Up A Train For God Mission or a mission involving the mayor or mayor's
Can anyone at least remember these missions?
And does anyone still have an older version of GTA that actually has these missions?