What is the moral of GTA?
Posted 07 June 2013 - 07:35 PM
GTA VC: Be loyal to associates at least until they turn on you.
GTA SA: Be true to your hood.
GTA IV: Be wary of fat cousins. They may ruin your life.
GTA V: TO BE DECIDED.
Posted 07 June 2013 - 09:22 PM
Posted 08 June 2013 - 03:53 AM Edited by BurntAluminum, 08 June 2013 - 03:55 AM.
VC - Be careful who you lend your trust to, VC hints at lances coke problem in phonecalls where he displays irrational mood swings as well as other characteristics of someone who uses or is addicted to coke.
SA - Don't forget who you actually are in the first place. Sweet tells carl he's been a fool for forgetting who he was after carl freed him, and you know you were wearing a pimped out suit when you freed sweet
LCS - Undeniable Loyalty pays off Toni Cipriani went through some very pretty rough patches in LCS, being forced to work with the small time assholes and perverts again and rise back up the ranks, Tony saw Salvatore Leone through hell and back, and proved to him that he can be trusted, and that's not easy with a paranoid mobster.
VCS - Nice guys finish last, Vic may have come far, but he lost his honest job in the army, and was shoved into a life of crime, and lost his girlfriend, all that's left to him is a life of crime he never wanted that kills him in Vice City.
IV - No matter what happens life will always find a way to screw you overThe wedding
Posted 08 June 2013 - 07:15 PM
If you want sucess in life, organize heists and raise up your skills.
Posted 08 June 2013 - 07:29 PM
G - grand theft auto
You gotta make a mark and move where you want to
T - theft
To steal what you can and run from the nation
A - hey what d'ya say
We automate the sequence and speed for my getaway
Take it to the edge, there's nowhere to hide
And call up the boys, let's go for a joyride
No matter if you're an immigrant running from your past, a psychotic drug dealer or a guy from the hood, and no matter how deep a storyline can be, at the end of the day every protagonist live and die following those rules. And no, I'm not talking about free-roaming, but actual missions: deep down, this is the essence of every GTA.
"Don't F**k with me"
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