|QUOTE (Akaviri @ Friday, Feb 1 2013, 22:07)|
|QUOTE (universetwisters @ Saturday, Feb 2 2013, 01:23)|
| I just made a "Music of Grand Theft Auto IV"-esque soundtrack listing for my wiki. If you guys would like to listen to it and tell me if it captures the "feel" of it and if the music is good enough to be in a GTA game, I would really appreciate it! |
I mean, I appreciate a guy putting work into an idea on here but sorry; I'm just not into the idea of a GTA set in Canada. The franchise is traditionally supposed to be centre'd around American culture using the several iconic cities like New York and LA which have been so glorified by Hollywood and pop culture. The only thing that I've seen that could come close is London (Tyla hit the nail on the head).
Alright man, appreciate your honesty
but just because one does not see potential in an idea, it doesn't mean it can't work out. I do agree with you though, Tyla captured 1980s London perfectly, but I personally think that Canada has a lot of potential. Crime-wise, you've got the Quebec Biker War, the Vancouver Gang War, and the Sydney River Murders. As far as culture goes, you've got the Ontario club scene, the white-trash Nova Scotia "Trailer Park Boy" theme, and so on. In my opinion, each country and region has crime and unique culture that has the potential to be "hit on the head", so to speak.