|QUOTE (Arsen Vitiuk @ Tuesday, Aug 30 2011, 11:44)|
| You still didn't answer my question.|
1. Plus, I can guarantee you don't know at which stage of development was the 'Default Name' feature cancelled.
2. Claude being the default name though, as well as his appearance, prove that it's the GTA2 character, who is the protagonist.
3. This was to show that the games belong to the same era, or linked at least.
1. I can guarantee you don't either.
But if I had to guess I'd say towards the end - that's why he isn't in the audio (quote - The ability to name the player is the reason no one says his name in the in-game audio. Imagine calling him Claude verbally when his assigned name was Fred. That's why he doesn't have his name mentioned.)
2. It doesn't prove that it IS him, it proves he looks like him. And really, Claude's look is pretty much a stereotypical tough video game white male, so you can't
really prove that.
3. Wasn't there just a debate that GTA2 was set in the future? I doubt they are same era. If they were same era, it would be GTA Liberty City instead of GTA III - the III signifies a new storyline and new characters.
Also, what exactly are you questioning?
I'm talking about Claude speaking now and the ability to name him is why he doesn't speak or have his name mentioned. If I wanted to discuss if he was the guy from GTA2 I'd go to that topic.