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Are you guys going to modernize the Vice City plot, or are you going to try to make a whole new story? I could help out with a new plot and radio stations
I hope its a new story.
You just simply can't modernize the plot of VC.
Well infact you CAN modernize it, you just gotta change lots of stuff to nowadays things (we could still stick with Tommy's shirt, some people like them nowadays)
Well, I'd prefer a new story. Why?
-Original ideas. Something new.
-Believable. Meaning it can be counted as an addition to the III era as in, this happens in Vice City in modern times in the same universe that the official games took place in.
-Original story line won't be right in a modern setting. Its based heavily on 80's Miami.
An example of this, that may exaggerate my point but make it more prevalent.
In my English Class a few years back, we were forced
to read Romeo&Juliet. Along with that we watched two movies of it. One was based in mid evil times like the original story. The other one was a modern version. It was retarded. It was wrong in so many ways. This won't be as big of a deal when your taking an 80's based story and putting it in the 2010's, as it would be to put a mid evil times story in the 1980's/1990's/2000's. But knowing how heavily 80's themed the story is, putting that now is silly. Another silly time miscompare idea I've seen was back in Episodes From The West, one of the Devs wanted to put John Marston from Red Dead Redemption in 2012 Las Vanturas. He just wakes up. Like Fry in Futurama. Seriously WTF. Why don't we just make a GTA where you play as George Waushington or Jesus Christ and set it in 2013?
But because EFLC is being used here, if the Rev team wants to, they could have the original 1986 Vice City on DLC 1, and their 2013 Vice City on DLC 2.