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#91

Posted 18 August 2013 - 08:55 PM Edited by ten-a-penny, 03 September 2013 - 03:18 PM.

QUOTE (Postit123 @ Saturday, Aug 17 2013, 02:54)
I hate when I die and then just suddenly die again about a second after respawning. angry.gif

glitch tounge.gif I don't know how though sarcasm.gif . one of the parachute glitches???? confused.gif confused.gif confused.gif when you open the parachute but still falling at great speed....although you're in the parachute animation (after been opened) ONE OF THE MOST ANNOYING CHUTE GLITCHES!!! devil.gif angry.gif suicidal.gif rampage_ani.gif

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Posted 19 August 2013 - 01:07 PM

Flight school!!!! I could not get past it. seriously I had to have someone do it for me sad.gif

Also when someone pops up you have to shoot, you go to aim and stupid CJ ends up aiming at a wall or a car or some random ped >:(

And even though it's kinda funny, if I kill a few people and I'm trying to collect their $, the ambulance comes rushing in and runs me over most of the time.

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#93

Posted 08 September 2013 - 02:01 PM Edited by Nights744, 08 September 2013 - 02:05 PM.

Keep the topic alive. Some problems can probably get fixed by modding!

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1. I don't like the graphics.

They should have kept the III/VC engine graphics style.

I still cannot understand how they could remove things such as:

 

- Vehicle reflection

- Cumulus clouds

- Water reflection

- Sun flare

- Blood and water drops on screen

- Wallpapers and leaves on the ground

- Blurry blades (helicopters)

 

The second thing I really don't like is the fact that the map zone cannot be enhanced properly.

At first you think VC's area was more restricted but actually VC's map area can be enhanced to astonishing dimensions. San Andreas is in fact bigger but it is also more restricted at the same time.

 

3. I don't like the sound bugs.

 

4. The replay system: It is very buggy and limited to 25 FPS. By enhancing the FPS using programs you also enhance the replay speed. Slowing it down in a video editor, you are back at 25 FPS. Also sparks and everything was removed and the wheels of some vehicles aren't spinning

 

For the stunting scene Vice City had definitely the better replay system.


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#94

Posted 09 September 2013 - 08:50 AM

The Storyline After the First Part Of the los santos missions it just went a bit to OTT for my liking and just lost the plot a little.


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#95

Posted 10 September 2013 - 05:34 PM

There are no things which I hate, but I must say one thing:

 

- When I try kill one people with car, people sometimes moves aside.  :miranda:


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#96

Posted 30 September 2013 - 03:05 PM

I love the reality in the game, I hate the stupid Highway drivers


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#97

Posted 30 September 2013 - 04:43 PM

I hate random gangsters shoot you out of nowhere while you're trying to spray some tags. That and the stupid A.I, literally sometimes I feel like flipping my table 'cause of them stupid A.I

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#98

Posted 01 October 2013 - 08:23 AM

Racing missions. Then car handling and physics are so crappy that racing is nightmare.

-it is therefore odd that Rockstar put so many Racing missions into the game. I mean they knew the driving was crap, so why did they torture us with racing, and worst of all, driving school???


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#99

Posted 07 October 2013 - 07:20 PM

car/driving school :sui:

second is stupid blind hydra pilots...I had an MID--AIR COLLISION with another hydra!

another when another blind-@ss dude crashed in my tail! :devil:


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#100

Posted 01 January 2014 - 04:08 PM

In My Topic, You Have To Post The Name & Image Of The Worst Vehicle You Hate In Grand Theft Auto San Andreas.
#Example :-
Majestic:
https://anonfiles.co...4e879fe0ef6b722
So Lets Start Posting Our Worst Vehicles

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#101

Posted 01 January 2014 - 09:29 PM

The Lawnmower. 


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#102

Posted 01 January 2014 - 10:12 PM

As a reference: http://www.gtaforums.com/index.php?showtopic=321686] Best/Worst handling cars/bikes


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#103

Posted 07 January 2014 - 02:48 PM Edited by AustinN, 07 January 2014 - 02:53 PM.

Ahh, this will be cathartic.

 

First off the storyline. It starts out pretty strongly, and I remember being amazed at the events that transpired in "The Green Sabre". But after that, the story loses some focus. At first the protagonists seem pretty focused on freeing Sweet and getting back to Los Santos, but eventually it feels like they forget about it. It feels like the writers played their best card too early.

 

I also don't like numerous plot threads that never come to fruition. We never get to directly confront the Ballas who killed CJ's mother. "The Introduction" video seems to imply that it was just some random soldiers, not anyone important, but it feels really weird to not have a confrontation with them. I'm sure some people enjoy speculating on what happened and like the ambiguity, but I really would've preferred to find out exactly what happened to Brian. I think it would've provided key insight into the motives of both Carl and Sweet. I'm also disappointed that we never get to find out what the Green Goo was.

 

There was probably no way around this, given how big the map is, but one of the things I missed most from the previous games was having a central base of operations. You had one hide out per island in III, and the Ocean view hotel and Mansion in VC. You don't get that in SA, and it's less conveniant. And given how many vehicles and pick ups spawned in the Vercetti Estate, I really wish I could've had something similar in SA.

 

The collectables are annoying in this game. In previous games you get weapon pick ups at certain intervals, but in SA you need to collect all of the pick ups before you get anything for them. It's very hard to do without a guide, and even with a guide it can take hours. The tags are kind of unfair, because how hard they are to see depends on your brightness, the weather and the time of the day. And yet, after you spray one over, the Grove Street tag is always perfectly visible no matter what, which seems pretty unfair.

 

I hate the Badlands section because of how far apart the mission objectives are. I really don't know why they thought it was a good idea to make the players travel so damn far, and plotting a good route through the area isn't easy.

 

While III and VC had missions that are incredibly frustrating, SA is worse than both of them combined. Wrong Side of the Tracks,  Zero's missions, Flight School...hell, at least The Driver was optional. Challenge is one thing, but most of these missions are difficult because they're badly designed.

 

Speaking of frustrating missions, I wish the schools were actually more like schools. They should have told you how to do the manuevers, not just tell you. To this day, I have trouble with the P.I.T Manuever because the game doesn't do a good job of telling you how to pull one off. Also, driving school should not have been a prequisite for the Steal Cars strand. Remember what I said about the characters forgetting about Los Santos? Well, that mission strand has them discussing it. Some of the most relevant character interaction happens in optional missions.

 

While separation between the gameplay and the story is difficult to avoid, and practically impossible for a series like GTA, I think SA was worse about it than it needed to be. Carl might complain about needing money no matter how much you have. This is something that was easy to avoid; they simply shouldn't have had Carl needing money as a plot point. The more you hate Tenpenny, the harder it is to ignore the fact that you can kill every cop in San Andreas except him. It makes sense when Sweet's in jail, less so before that point. A lot of games might vary the dialogue based on what you do as little easter eggs. GTAV had a lot of that. I don't think how common it was during SA's era, but I wish the game had more of it. I was disappointed to find out that the other characters always criticize CJ's driving no matter how careful you are.

 

The property assests are much less satisfying than they were in GTAVC. The majority of them don't even have a story behind them. Going by the story, all CJ has by the end of the game is a chop shop, an electronics shop, an airfield, and a stake in a casino. Kind of disappointing for a guy who went on a crime spree across the whole state.

 

The stats definitely could've been better. Having separate stats for most of the weapons seemed excessive, as does having separate stats for cars and motercycles. In particular, you have to really bust your ass to get your driving stat up. Without doing a lot of the side activities, you can go through the whole game and maybe get it halfway full.

 

Forcing CJ to eat was a bad idea. It's not much of a problem if you just go from mission to mission, but if you spend a lot of time exploring, you're forced to drop out or risk losing health. It's not fun.

 

CJ...a popular protagonist, but also probably one of the most divisive. I like him overall, but there were some problems with how he was written. It seemed like they wanted him to be more sympathetic, portraying him as someone who only killed people who were messing with him or his family, or being forced to kill by people like Tenpenny and Toreno. But CJ wreaks plenty of his own havoc through the story. He murders several construction workers for being impolite to his sister, the Heist stand requires him to murder people who had done nothing aside from being in his way, and his ruins Mad Dogg's life just for OG Loc's sake. And it's pretty clear he has no faith in Loc's ability to become a star, so what was in it for him? It seems like some of the missions were written by someone who wanted CJ to come across well, and others who written by someone who just wanted to write GTA missions regardless of characterization.

 

Following on that, I read a review that expressed disappointment that the game didn't focus more on CJ's warring desire to help his family and his desire to go straight. At the beginning of the game, CJ tells Tenpenny that he's legit now. But "The Introduction" has him hijacking someone, and shows that he was stealing cars for Joey Leone. Did the writers change their minds, or was CJ lying when he said he wasn't committing crimes? An interesting moment is in Los Sepulchros, where Sweet wants to hit the Ballas at a funeral, which CJ is clearly uncomfortable with. That could've made a good plot. CJ wanting to help Sweet, but feeling that he's going too far and becoming no better than the Ballas.

 

I seriously hate how some missions automatically saddle you with a certain weapon, even if you were carrying a better version of it. Hope you don't feel like using the Desert Eagle during Las Venturas, because it'll be replaced by pistols several times. It might be easy to ignore if you got your original weapon back afterwards, but as it is the game punishes you for being diligent.

 

Some of the changes to the gameplay are annoying. They changed the radio station button from the shoulder button to the D-pad. So now I have to take my hand off the joystick if I want to change the radio station. They thought this was a good idea, why? The camera also works against you too much. It hangs too low, which can make races more difficult than they should be because you can't properly see in front of you. The aiming system is a big step up, but some things needed to be changed. Unlike most games, CJ won't aim where the camera is turned, but where he's facing. Switching targets won't prioritize armed targets over unarmed ones, so you better hope there aren't many peds around during a gun fight.

 

I love the Gang War system, but some of the sections are too freaking small. Even worse is that you have to kill gang members on the square to trigger a gang war. On the smallest strips, it can be very difficult to make enough gang members spawn, and Rockstar really should've programmed them to spawn more frequently when gang wars are active. Near the hospital, they may end up spawning so far away that they can't get to you and you can't get to them without deactivating the fight.

 

Smoke's courier missions are annoying. They always start out very far from your location, so going after them is usually more of a hassle than it's worth. But the worst part is that I'm a bit of a perfectionist. I feel like if I don't do them, then I'm letting Big Smoke get away with what he's doing. But then again, even if you do ace all of the courier missions, it doesn't seem to affect Big Smoke's wealth at all.

 

San Andreas is a great game overall, but I feel like it's a game that tried to do a little too much. Out of all the GTA games I've played, I think SA is the one that I feel needs the most refinement. Not additions, refinement.

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Posted 07 January 2014 - 04:18 PM Edited by latigreblue, 07 January 2014 - 08:28 PM.

The thing I hate most about the game is that it has to end but even that it doesn't do for a very long time though.

 

Just saw the trailer for the Mobile version - wonder why they took so long to put it up?


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Posted 07 January 2014 - 05:41 PM

1.The way CJ looks I mean why does he have a some white stuff on his nose like some one cum on his face.

2. The sound effects are bad like the guns or some of the cars.


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Posted 08 January 2014 - 12:13 PM

Racing missions. Then car handling and physics are so crappy that racing is nightmare.

-it is therefore odd that Rockstar put so many Racing missions into the game. I mean they knew the driving was crap, so why did they torture us with racing, and worst of all, driving school???

Driving is crap? Hell it looks far better than GTA V driving. The races are easy. Only way to be able to lose is modding your vehicle to be slower.


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Posted 08 January 2014 - 10:51 PM

It will be a chalange to post in this topic because GTA SA is my bar for "perfect" game, but as all things it isnt realy perfect.

 

The problems that come to my mind:

 

Disappearing cars - You found your dream car, you spend your money tuning it you go for a fisrt mission with it and its gone... No wonder... ten years after and  rockstar still cant deal with this but + for them with GTA V at least they tried.

 

 

FCKING hands- This one is very small detail but to this day make me crazy, why they make fingers of characters look this way ? How difficult was it to make 2 models hands with separate fingers (male, female) and copy and paste it on all main cast. It will make cutscreens much more cinematic and when did good the model will have less poly's than the one in the game, It will for surenot affect game performance.

 

To linear- GTA SA is the first game in the series which has RPG elements (skillz, customization), but your actions can not affect the course of events in the game.

 

Too few businesses to buy- Only two in fact, too bad that you cant be real buissnes man here. And your best invest options are ammunition and salad.

 

 

thats all that i can think of now .


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Posted 09 January 2014 - 01:25 AM

Ahh, this will be cathartic.

 

First off the storyline. It starts out pretty strongly, and I remember being amazed at the events that transpired in "The Green Sabre". But after that, the story loses some focus. At first the protagonists seem pretty focused on freeing Sweet and getting back to Los Santos, but eventually it feels like they forget about it. It feels like the writers played their best card too early.

 

I also don't like numerous plot threads that never come to fruition. We never get to directly confront the Ballas who killed CJ's mother. "The Introduction" video seems to imply that it was just some random soldiers, not anyone important, but it feels really weird to not have a confrontation with them. I'm sure some people enjoy speculating on what happened and like the ambiguity, but I really would've preferred to find out exactly what happened to Brian. I think it would've provided key insight into the motives of both Carl and Sweet. I'm also disappointed that we never get to find out what the Green Goo was.

 

There was probably no way around this, given how big the map is, but one of the things I missed most from the previous games was having a central base of operations. You had one hide out per island in III, and the Ocean view hotel and Mansion in VC. You don't get that in SA, and it's less conveniant. And given how many vehicles and pick ups spawned in the Vercetti Estate, I really wish I could've had something similar in SA.

 

The collectables are annoying in this game. In previous games you get weapon pick ups at certain intervals, but in SA you need to collect all of the pick ups before you get anything for them. It's very hard to do without a guide, and even with a guide it can take hours. The tags are kind of unfair, because how hard they are to see depends on your brightness, the weather and the time of the day. And yet, after you spray one over, the Grove Street tag is always perfectly visible no matter what, which seems pretty unfair.

 

I hate the Badlands section because of how far apart the mission objectives are. I really don't know why they thought it was a good idea to make the players travel so damn far, and plotting a good route through the area isn't easy.

 

While III and VC had missions that are incredibly frustrating, SA is worse than both of them combined. Wrong Side of the Tracks,  Zero's missions, Flight School...hell, at least The Driver was optional. Challenge is one thing, but most of these missions are difficult because they're badly designed.

 

Speaking of frustrating missions, I wish the schools were actually more like schools. They should have told you how to do the manuevers, not just tell you. To this day, I have trouble with the P.I.T Manuever because the game doesn't do a good job of telling you how to pull one off. Also, driving school should not have been a prequisite for the Steal Cars strand. Remember what I said about the characters forgetting about Los Santos? Well, that mission strand has them discussing it. Some of the most relevant character interaction happens in optional missions.

 

While separation between the gameplay and the story is difficult to avoid, and practically impossible for a series like GTA, I think SA was worse about it than it needed to be. Carl might complain about needing money no matter how much you have. This is something that was easy to avoid; they simply shouldn't have had Carl needing money as a plot point. The more you hate Tenpenny, the harder it is to ignore the fact that you can kill every cop in San Andreas except him. It makes sense when Sweet's in jail, less so before that point. A lot of games might vary the dialogue based on what you do as little easter eggs. GTAV had a lot of that. I don't think how common it was during SA's era, but I wish the game had more of it. I was disappointed to find out that the other characters always criticize CJ's driving no matter how careful you are.

 

The property assests are much less satisfying than they were in GTAVC. The majority of them don't even have a story behind them. Going by the story, all CJ has by the end of the game is a chop shop, an electronics shop, an airfield, and a stake in a casino. Kind of disappointing for a guy who went on a crime spree across the whole state.

 

The stats definitely could've been better. Having separate stats for most of the weapons seemed excessive, as does having separate stats for cars and motercycles. In particular, you have to really bust your ass to get your driving stat up. Without doing a lot of the side activities, you can go through the whole game and maybe get it halfway full.

 

Forcing CJ to eat was a bad idea. It's not much of a problem if you just go from mission to mission, but if you spend a lot of time exploring, you're forced to drop out or risk losing health. It's not fun.

 

CJ...a popular protagonist, but also probably one of the most divisive. I like him overall, but there were some problems with how he was written. It seemed like they wanted him to be more sympathetic, portraying him as someone who only killed people who were messing with him or his family, or being forced to kill by people like Tenpenny and Toreno. But CJ wreaks plenty of his own havoc through the story. He murders several construction workers for being impolite to his sister, the Heist stand requires him to murder people who had done nothing aside from being in his way, and his ruins Mad Dogg's life just for OG Loc's sake. And it's pretty clear he has no faith in Loc's ability to become a star, so what was in it for him? It seems like some of the missions were written by someone who wanted CJ to come across well, and others who written by someone who just wanted to write GTA missions regardless of characterization.

 

Following on that, I read a review that expressed disappointment that the game didn't focus more on CJ's warring desire to help his family and his desire to go straight. At the beginning of the game, CJ tells Tenpenny that he's legit now. But "The Introduction" has him hijacking someone, and shows that he was stealing cars for Joey Leone. Did the writers change their minds, or was CJ lying when he said he wasn't committing crimes? An interesting moment is in Los Sepulchros, where Sweet wants to hit the Ballas at a funeral, which CJ is clearly uncomfortable with. That could've made a good plot. CJ wanting to help Sweet, but feeling that he's going too far and becoming no better than the Ballas.

 

I seriously hate how some missions automatically saddle you with a certain weapon, even if you were carrying a better version of it. Hope you don't feel like using the Desert Eagle during Las Venturas, because it'll be replaced by pistols several times. It might be easy to ignore if you got your original weapon back afterwards, but as it is the game punishes you for being diligent.

 

Some of the changes to the gameplay are annoying. They changed the radio station button from the shoulder button to the D-pad. So now I have to take my hand off the joystick if I want to change the radio station. They thought this was a good idea, why? The camera also works against you too much. It hangs too low, which can make races more difficult than they should be because you can't properly see in front of you. The aiming system is a big step up, but some things needed to be changed. Unlike most games, CJ won't aim where the camera is turned, but where he's facing. Switching targets won't prioritize armed targets over unarmed ones, so you better hope there aren't many peds around during a gun fight.

 

I love the Gang War system, but some of the sections are too freaking small. Even worse is that you have to kill gang members on the square to trigger a gang war. On the smallest strips, it can be very difficult to make enough gang members spawn, and Rockstar really should've programmed them to spawn more frequently when gang wars are active. Near the hospital, they may end up spawning so far away that they can't get to you and you can't get to them without deactivating the fight.

 

Smoke's courier missions are annoying. They always start out very far from your location, so going after them is usually more of a hassle than it's worth. But the worst part is that I'm a bit of a perfectionist. I feel like if I don't do them, then I'm letting Big Smoke get away with what he's doing. But then again, even if you do ace all of the courier missions, it doesn't seem to affect Big Smoke's wealth at all.

 

San Andreas is a great game overall, but I feel like it's a game that tried to do a little too much. Out of all the GTA games I've played, I think SA is the one that I feel needs the most refinement. Not additions, refinement.

 

I'm not reading that, do you know what time it is?

 

And its not bloody chico time neither >.<


It will be a chalange to post in this topic because GTA SA is my bar for "perfect" game, but as all things it isnt realy perfect.

 

The problems that come to my mind:

 

Disappearing cars - You found your dream car, you spend your money tuning it you go for a fisrt mission with it and its gone... No wonder... ten years after and  rockstar still cant deal with this but + for them with GTA V at least they tried.

 

 

FCKING hands- This one is very small detail but to this day make me crazy, why they make fingers of characters look this way ? How difficult was it to make 2 models hands with separate fingers (male, female) and copy and paste it on all main cast. It will make cutscreens much more cinematic and when did good the model will have less poly's than the one in the game, It will for surenot affect game performance.

 

To linear- GTA SA is the first game in the series which has RPG elements (skillz, customization), but your actions can not affect the course of events in the game.

 

Too few businesses to buy- Only two in fact, too bad that you cant be real buissnes man here. And your best invest options are ammunition and salad.

 

 

thats all that i can think of now .

 

I like the hands :)

 

Only things on top of my head I don't like, are invisible trees, cars disappearing, clothes taking so long to change

 

and most importantly.. Capping the PC version of the game to 25 fps -_- But that's okay because I use Dxtory and run it at 45 :)

 

And my other jibe with this game is that I can't go in buildings 2 player, seemed like more of an after thought to rockstar, but people don't realise how much fun the local 2 player is on this game!!

 

I'll tell u how much fun it is, it's so much fun it keeps ur friendship alive and well with ur best bud, for 6 freakin years.. No other game could do that =)


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Posted 12 January 2014 - 01:28 PM

Driving school....it was such a pain...


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Posted 12 January 2014 - 02:44 PM

- Dating - it was so annoying.

- The Flying School missions - well not all of them because I actually enjoyed the majority of the checkpoint flights. I hated the ones where you had to blow stuff up though.

- Exercising was never fun for me, and because of that CJ is always at his skinniest/weakest in my game.

Other than that, I can't think of anything else at the moment.

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Posted 13 January 2014 - 04:20 AM

The traffic, trying to follow the rules of the road then, BAM!, someone rear-ends you.

 

and the physics.

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Posted 13 January 2014 - 08:55 AM

Keep the topic alive. Some problems can probably get fixed by modding!

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1. I don't like the graphics.

They should have kept the III/VC engine graphics style.

I still cannot understand how they could remove things such as:

 

- Vehicle reflection

- Cumulus clouds

- Water reflection

- Sun flare

- Blood and water drops on screen

- Wallpapers and leaves on the ground

- Blurry blades (helicopters)

 

The second thing I really don't like is the fact that the map zone cannot be enhanced properly.

At first you think VC's area was more restricted but actually VC's map area can be enhanced to astonishing dimensions. San Andreas is in fact bigger but it is also more restricted at the same time.

 

3. I don't like the sound bugs.

 

4. The replay system: It is very buggy and limited to 25 FPS. By enhancing the FPS using programs you also enhance the replay speed. Slowing it down in a video editor, you are back at 25 FPS. Also sparks and everything was removed and the wheels of some vehicles aren't spinning

 

For the stunting scene Vice City had definitely the better replay system.

 

The Mobile version fixes most of the graphical issues. The Sun has flare and looks choice on my HD Nexus 7 screen. Car reflections are slick, same with water shine, 

 

IT looks much better on my Nexus 7 than when I played it on my X box so long ago .... I never finished it back in the day either... only GTA I started but didnt finish... hoping to do that now on my Nexus 7. 


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Posted 14 January 2014 - 10:51 AM

I hated that sometimes the sound would become muted whenever it rains.....


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#114

Posted 02 February 2014 - 09:46 PM

The fact that CJ is a killing machine and has no problem on taking down the army, and he's a gangster!


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Posted 03 February 2014 - 12:55 PM

Hermes.

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Posted 07 February 2014 - 03:48 AM

I hate:

 

Graphics

lack of realism

The boarder.


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#117

Posted 07 February 2014 - 05:29 AM

 

Racing missions. Then car handling and physics are so crappy that racing is nightmare.

-it is therefore odd that Rockstar put so many Racing missions into the game. I mean they knew the driving was crap, so why did they torture us with racing, and worst of all, driving school???

Driving is crap? Hell it looks far better than GTA V driving. The races are easy. Only way to be able to lose is modding your vehicle to be slower.

 

GTA 5's car driving is way better than GTA SA's. Learn it. GTA 4 may have the best car physics, but in 5 at least the cars don't feel like boats. 


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Posted 07 February 2014 - 01:00 PM

I hate:
 
Graphics
lack of realism
The boarder.

At the time of publication (2004) the graphics were top line.
Realism, if you mean the silly and absurd story that's what makes it funny. If you mean the graphics, again. they passed on graphics to make the game playable (at the time).
I don't understand what you mean by 'The boarder'? You mean when CJ boards the jet in "Freefall"?

You must really dislike the prior games where the Character drowned in ankle deep water, couldn't step over curbs, let alone climb over a fence or to a higher level.
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#119

Posted 07 February 2014 - 02:06 PM Edited by Hodgey., 07 February 2014 - 02:07 PM.

At the time of publication (2004) the graphics were top line.

 

In memory I dont recall the graphics being 'top line' I'm not saying that the graphics where awful as yes they were good for the time but I think that other games released around that time did have much better graphics. I think the graphics would of been better though if the PS2 could of handled more, as GTA SA was most likely much more bigger/detailed etc than the other games that had better graphics at that time so R* did have to sacrafice GTA SA in some areas.

 

(I say this just for memory however)


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Posted 08 February 2014 - 11:05 AM

At the time of publication (2004) the graphics were top line.

In memory I dont recall the graphics being 'top line' I'm not saying that the graphics where awful as yes they were good for the time but I think that other games released around that time did have much better graphics.

Did those games have the same amount of gameplay features? I don't think Graphics are an important aspect to any game, it's all about the Gameplay/Quality. In 2004, the graphics were good and yes, they could be improved but I don't think it was much of a deal :p




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