|QUOTE (Dr Bannington @ Monday, Jun 24 2013, 01:53)|
| That blueprint image is so obviously doctored its insane how you guys havent noticed it. Its not an actual picture of the physical map rolled up. Its just an image made to look like it. The size of the city on the map could be smaller or bigger than what you think |
I don't think the blueprint could be any more screwed up. Upside down and inverted. And one the of the detail shots does not have the "City of Los Santos Founded 1781" seal. Does the blueprint have two sides? Perhaps one with the city and the other side the entire map?
None the less what I think we are missing here and I point out in regards to the size of Los Santos is that we are missing something in comparing LC - LS....Scale.
I believe that LS looks smaller because for the first time in GTA history they put the pedal head first and the streets in the city proper, are wider. On either side of Los Santos there are highways, one has a spaghetti junction.
Not to mention that the coast roads are two lanes coming and going with a stall lane. Four lanes total. Putting the driver first here.
I really feel by looking at scale that LC would fit comfortably in LS as it stands. And that is just the city. It's larger, just a little sprawled out. But the road rash in those streets. By the screen caps they have looked wide. We'll see, but I think scale needs to be kept in mind here. And that the map as we know it. The blue print is such a tease that we really do not know. But I am certain that LS the city is larger that LC total. Anyway tooling around a good size city which LS will be and heading out to the country, should be a hoot.
Rather hoping we start out in the sticks so the city becomes a treat. For all we know, maybe the story line starts there. You know "why did I come here?".