-Situated in West Bentonville, Winston Heights is a unique and colorful neighborhood. The population compromises of mostly gays and whites. People of African descent are barely found in this area.
-Found on the far western side of Bentonville, Lancaster compromises of mostly asian descents. Specifically filipino and western pacific natives. Crime rate is ranked 3rd in Bentonville, as it hosts biker gangs who are just careless and destructive.
-Located in lower west Bentonville, Middleton has the 2nd highest crime rate in the city. It hosts 6 street gangs, and 1 biker gang. Asians and whites are rarely found in this neighborhood.
-The northern most neighborhood in Bentonville, Hamilton Park is a neighborhood compromised with a scene of urban life. Graffiti and grime like areas can be found all over Hamilton Park. Crime rate is ranked 4th in Bentonville. Hamilton Park is also the neighborhood Andre grew up in.
-The 2nd most safest neighborhood in Bentonville, just after Winston Heights. Dayton is an all white neighborhood. It hosts middle class homes, and about a dozen diners. Dayton is famous for feeding the city with delicious, oily, unhealthy fast food. Looking for the worlds greatest Cluckin Bell? Look no further than Dayton, Bentonville.
-The Metro Area hosts Bentonvilles skyline. It also hosts many famous company headquarters like GMD, Cluckin Bell, McCambells, and many more. The metro area is filled with busy streets, tall skyscrapers, and sprawling pedestrians.
-The most violent, dangerous, and scariest neighborhood in Bentonville. Ranked the number 1 most dangerous neighborhood in America and Bentonville, it hosts 17 street gangs, and 6 biker gangs. 5 of the street gangs widely known, and 2 of the biker gangs widely known as well. Lower Bentonville is what got Bentonville it's motto "The Big Smoke". It's industrial and foggy scene, inspires the city to name it "The Big Smoke". That's what locals call it, but the rest of the country calls it "hell".
-It's 2011, and everyone assumes video games to have realistic looking graphics. Well, that's what Grand Theft Auto Bentonville offers. Smooth shadows, realistic lighting, and much more. If you're looking for a sandbox game with awesome graphics, and a great setting, look no further than Grand Theft Auto Bentonville.
Note: The game requires a high end computer.
-That's right folks. This is the first time ever in GTA history, where you can customize the gameplay HUD. You are able to change the color of the health bar, and the armor bar. Also, you can choose from an array of 5 map styles to appear in the in game HUD. As time progresses, R* will release "map packs" and they will be downloadable via patches.
First Person Mode
-So you're in a gun fight, but you wanna make it feel like an FPS game. Well, that's the First Person mode is for! While aiming your weapon, press triangle (on PS3), or press 3 (on PC), in order to activate the First Person Mode
-Wanna wear what a cop wears? Or what a homeless bastard wears? Look no further than the 'Stealing Clothes' feature. In order to take off someones clothes, you'll have to beat them up. After doing so, press X (on PS3), or 4 (on PC). The screen fades out, and when it fades back in, you'll be wearing "new" clothes!
-Feel like adding a silencer to your AK? Or a skin on your Shotgun? Look no further than Weapon Customization! Whenever you customize a certain weapon, it will stay like that until you lose it, and receive the same weapon again. Weapon Customization is only available once you've received a minigun (they can be found in various locations around the game).
Interactive Cell Phone
-1993 is the year the 'Whiz' cell phones were created. In the game, you will receive one. Considering it's 1993, the phone won't be all high tech and sh*t. You are able to dial numbers in an interactive manner.
Click here for a picture of the Cell Phone.
-In Grand Theft Auto Bentonville, the ability to own a business is available. You cannot make up your own, but instead, you may choose one from an array of 5 businesses and shops around the city. The opportunity to buy a business and take control of it, is only available after completing the 'Hamilton Park' missions. Businesses that will be available are a Laundromat, Grocery Store, Ammunation shop, Cluckin Bell, and an Auto Mechanics shop.
Banks, withdrawing and depositing
-This feature will be available at any time of the game. You are able to store money in banks and withdraw them as well. A maximum of $7,000,000 is allowed only! (in deposits). Withdrawals are open to an unlimited amount of money. Banks are available around the city. Just look on the radar for a green money sign ($) to see the closest bank near your location.
Robberies can be performed almost ANYWHERE. Stores, Banks, and hey, even houses (similar to the San Andreas system). Performing a robbery will earn you a 3 star wanted level, therefore it is recommended to use a flying vehicle once heading to your destination, and escaping the police. (flying vehicles such as a Maverick or Dodo will be a bit useful if you're ever escaping from the police.
|Assault Rifles||AK-47, M4, QBZ 95, FAMAS Bullup Rifle|
|SMG's||MP5, Thomspon, P90, Uzi|
|Pistols||9mm, Desert Eagle, Glock|
|Sniper Rifles||PSG1, FR F2|
|Melee||Baseball Bat, Golf Club, Wooden stick, Crowbar, Cane|
|1 Star||When obtaining a 1 star wanted level, police on foot will spawn mostly, unless you're in a vehicle. When in a vehicle, a range of 1 to 5 patrol cruisers will spawn to chase you. Leaving the wanted level zone will spawn 2 more patrol cruisers, so run fast.|
|2 Stars||Obtaining a 2 star Wanted level will spawn 5-10 police cruisers. It will also stretch the wanted level zone much farther. If you are on foot, police will start firing at you with desert eagles. When in a vehicle, police cruiser will attempt to ram you.|
|3 Stars||This is when things start to get much more rough. FIB cruisers and trucks will begin to spawn (about 5-10). Also, 10-15 police cruisers will begin to spawn as well. On top of that, 1 police Maverick will spawn aswell. It will fire at you once it reaches lower altidude towards you. FIB and police vehicles will host an officer on the passenger side, and will attempt to do a drive-by on you.|
|4 Stars||The wanted level zone will now reach 3 times farther than the 3 star wanted level zone. On top of that, SWAT vehicles and MORE police cruisers and FIB Vehicles will spawn. 2 more police mavericks will spawn as well. In some cases, you might spot a news helicopter hovering in the air. This let's you know things are about to get more rough...|
|5 Stars||5 police mavericks, and 15 FIB trucks and SWAT vehicles will spawn in the wanted level zone. Police cruisers are in the range of 20-30 vehicles. When reaching the 5 star wanted level, army vehicles will begin to spawn. Barracks will appear, but tanks will not.|
|6 Stars||The highest amount of stars you can receive. A LIMITED amount of police cruisers. FIB Vehicles, SWAT vehicles, etc, will spawn. The wanted level zone will cover HALF the city. Tanks will begin to appear and they will fire at you if provoked. If not, they will attempt to run over you. The 6 star wanted level is almost impossible to lose. Obtaining a flying vehicle might help your escape.|
|4-Door Sedans||2-Doors and Hatchbacks||Sports Cars & Supercars||SUV's, Vans, and Pickups||Commercial|
A nightclub, that strongly resembles Maisonette 9. Shots and other drinks are available at the bar as well as a drinking game is set up in the VIP section of the club. Dancing can be found on the dance floor and coin tossing is available in the main hallway.
The Bentonville equivalent of the Lost MC Clubhouse. The front room and bar offers shots, eating and darts. The back room has arcade games, arm wrestling, hi-lo and pool.
The Beer Hall
The famous bar and pub, that is most like the Steinway Beer Garden. Rows of shots and drinks are available, as well as various meals, two dart boards and arm wrestling.
These retro, arcade-style video games are available for use at the Lizard Lounge, clothing shops and strip clubs. Four games are available, including one from San Andreas: Black & White, Commando, Minesweeper and They Crawled From Uranus.
Arm wrestling is a wager-based competition between two competitors where in order to win, you must beat your opponent two out of three rounds. This can be found at the Lizard Lounge and on the streets.
A one-on-one minigame where each player tries to outscore their opponent by shooting or dunking a basketball through the hoop. Dunks and close range shots are worth two points, while shooting beyond the line is three points. This is available at basketball courts which are scattered through Bentonville.
The objective of bowling is to leave with the highest score at the end of 10 frames by knocking down as many pins as you can with your bowling ball. Bowling is strictly available at the two Benton Lanes.
Bentonville's remake of L.C. Cage Fighters. Andre must face eight rounds of three fighters in order to attain the championship. Andre can also bet on fighters in the cage as well.
Very similar to golfing in The Ballad of Gay Tony. The player must toss his coin closer to his target than his opponent to win. The gauge shows how far the coin will go. The strip running through the gauge is where the target is and the closer to the strip, the better your toss. Coin toss is a wager-based game and is available at Amensia and on the streets.
Dancing is a rhythm-based minigame which is available at Amnesia. To keep Andre in tune with the dance, the player must smash the buttons as the appear on screen. Success in dancing can result in new friends and girlfriends.
Darts is a minigame where you must lower your score from 301 to 0, in order to win. This can be found at the Lizard Lounge, The Beer Hall and other bars and pubs. Darts is strictly a two-player game.
A one-on-one minigame where finishing your bottle of champagne declares you the winner. Drinking your champagne at a steady pace will pretty much ensure a win. Over-drinking will cause Andre to pass out and he'll awake four hours later in a whacky location. This available strictly at Amnesia.
A wager-based minigame where in order to stay in the game, Andre must decide whether the next card dealt will be higher or lower in value than the current card on the table. (ex: A six of hearts is on the table and Andre says, "higher". The next card dealt is an eight of spades, meaning Andre was correct, allowing him to stay in the game.) This can be found at the Lizard Lounge as well as the streets.
A wager-based minigame where two competitors try to knock in their style of ball and finally 8-ball into the six pockets on the table. There are a few penalties, which can be avoided through careful playing. Whoever knocks in all of their balls and then the 8-ball wins the match.
Shots are small glasses of tequila which give Andre a boost. But, after swallowing seven shots causing Andre to pass out, causing him to wake up four hours later in a whacky location. Available at Amnesia, the Lizard Lounge, The Beer Hall and other bars and pubs.
|Fashion Statement||Steal a pedestrian's clothes.||10g|
|Lightweight||Pass out after having too many shots.||10g|
|Shake That Groove Thing||Dance perfectly at Amnesia.||15g|
|Air Andre||Win five games of basketball.||30g|
|Need For Speed||Win three multiplayer Street Races||50g|
|Raging Bull||Win the Cage Fighter championship.||75g|
|I'll Take That||Steal $250,000 worth of goods.||75g|
|Feel the Rush?||Rank up to level 10 in multiplayer.||100g|
|Game Time||Earn the high score on each of the four arcade games.||100g|
|Itchy Palms||Amase the fortune of $500,000.||100g|
|Key to Bentonville||Complete the main storyline.||125g|
Edited by Drift-Kingz, 20 April 2011 - 12:19 AM.