I voted for industrial, thinking, that definitely residential district has so many votes, that one less shouldn┤t do harm. And what do I see? Even Downtown is ahead of industrial district - now that was a surprise for me.
Anyways, I still remember the first year when I started playing GTA 2. It was unbelievably hard to find the church in Downtown area - all due to the young age and little experience. I remember I visited the Loonies territory the least, cause it didn┤t seem very intriguing to me. Then again, the ice-cream vans were fun to drive and make the jingle sound.I also adored the looks of Aniston BD4, Michelli Roadster and Wellard - were great with speed too.
Back in the day, residential area, was the place I played the most, even more than industrial. Who wouldn┤t like driving with the Arachnid from the starting place?
Then, I didn┤t complete all the missions, but I used a tank and cause havoc in the streets. When I finally got the needed sum of money, I was very happy with myself.
Even today I sometimes find it quite fun to put oil leaks on the bridge, that leads to Zaibatsu Village. Or gently push people with the vehicle into the wet death below. Even attaching a bomb to a car and blowing it up there, can be entertaining, but mostly after that the Z-men will hate me, cause there┤s always plenty of them jogging along.
Driving with a golden/yellow Benson makes you feel like a boss... still does.
So, why still industrial? When it was the first time I played the game, it was at my friends place and we were playing it on the same district. When it was my turn, I was so excited when I got into a Box Truck and started driving. The first experience of randomly driving into Mad Island was quite of an experience
Rumbler and especially Stinger are my favourite cars. I just got bored of Z-type (every district had them).
And yeah, I again downloaded the game, to remind me of my childhood. Watching videos from youtube isn┤t just as entertaining, when you┤re doing missions etc. by yourself for REAL