You know that area where Packie and Niko were trying to steal a truck in South Fishmarket, Algonquin?
I like to stand on this wooden ramp leading into the water and gawk at the bridges, the small Downtown Broker skyline, the different levels and hills of Broker, it's coastline. All of that awesome stuff. I honestly don't get the people who hate on LC, they must just be simple minded and only care about blowing sh!t up.
As far as the sections of Liberty City that I enjoy, well there is no place I can say I don't like. I have a deep interest in all of them. So, I'll just go through all of the boroughs explaining why I love them:Broker
: There is just something special about this place. From the beautiful trendy apartments, to the industrial neighborhoods currently undergoing rennovation; from the previously beautiful but now run down neighborhoods, to the nice parks, hills and different levels around Easthook. It's just so wonderful. This is one of my favorite boroughs, so much culture and architecture. I love it's dark vibe as well. Hove Beach is among my favorite districts in this borough. It's different, and so close to it's real life counterpart.Dukes
: This area just feels more suburban, laid back, and rich. I can't say it's one of my favorite boroughs, but it contains my favorite neighborhood, Meadow Hills. This area is just so unique, and just about every building exists in real life. Love the tudor buildings, the affluent shops, and then the big houses surrounding it.
What I really love about Dukes is it's parks. This borough is the king of parks: Meadow Hills Park, Gantry Park, that area with the pools near those awesome townhouses(i love the view from there, the bridge, the yellow factory that's been deteriorated, the Algonquin skyline. So awesome), the cemetary, the beautiful park with the boardwalks and views of Bohan.
Dukes is arguably the best borough for parks.Algonquin
: I disagree with Official General, this place was not a waste. It's such a beautiful and culturally rich island and has sooo much. I cannot say which neighborhoods I love more, the architecturally rich run down sections of North Algonquin, the wealthy condominiums and luxury hotels of east Algonquin, the pier and factory rich sections of west Algonquin where factories are being converted into condos and what not, the skyscrapers of middle Algonquin, Middle Park with all of it's glory, the luxury rowhouses of Soho and Easton, the beautiful civic citadel of lower Algonquin, or the executive towers of the southern exchange. There is just so much to this wonderful borough.
It's full of alleyways(some having surprises), beautiful buildings, and it's just so diverse.Bohan
: Bohan... It's dirty, ghetto, gritty, and sometimes depressing. Just about everything is rundown except for Welham Park(which I personally adore. It's a beautiful park in the middle of the ghetto. It's also one of the two parks to have a lake. I love the lake as well). I love Boham for it's gritty mood. It's streets show a lot of history. Some areas looked as if they used to be pleasing, but now they're revolting.
Another thing I love about Bohan is the parkway, it gives awesome views of Dukes and Algonquin.
I also love the center of bohan. Part of it is all dark and hilly because of the trains, but the other part is nice. It has this street that has lots of shops and this nice looking flat iron shaped building. It's my favorite area om this island.Alderney
: Alderney is,one of my least favorite boroughs, but it still is nice and I love the two sides to it. It contains both a gritty feeling and a laid back, wealthy or suburban feeling.
In North Alderney I really love the suburbs. They feel digferent compared to LC, more out there. It's calm and pleasant. In Central Alderney I love downtown and the colorful, wealthy townhouses of Berchem surrounding it.
Then you got the lower half, it's nasty, dirty, old, run down. Part of it is factories and dead residental properties. The other part is this grimey biker infested suburb with random uninviting shops.
Sooverall, I love LC to death. It's extremely diverse, unique, and it's the best video game city ever. Point, blank, period...
Edited by Kifflom112, 11 February 2013 - 06:23 PM.