So as we know goverment corruptness has been featured in past GTA games (Mike Toreno in GTA San Andreas, that ray guy in GTA 3, ULC Paper from GTA IV) but I gotta wonder
why was it such a big part of GTA V ?
I mean Michael Trevor and Franklin were such badasses but still they kept running errands for that ugly steve haines dude for most of the second half of the sp? Why didnt they shut him up earlier?
It would have been better doing all 6 heists on our own(not just the last) and then maybe a few jobs for the FIB then a few jobs from other criminal organisations with payment of course
What do you think?
I have been saying this all along since I first completed this game. I really disliked that part of the main storyline. I found it so long and drawn-out, it just all felt so boring after a while. I thought after a handful of missions that would be it, but to my utter dismay, the whole corrupt cop/FIB section continued for most of the second half of the main storyline. This nearly ruined my interest in the story. The only thing that saved it was the tension between Michael and Trevor, that won my interest in the story back.
I was under the impression that most of our heists would be purely about robbing places for cash, jewels and gold not doing the dirty work of corrupt law enforcement officials like f**king lapdogs. THREE of the SIX heists were to do with those stupid cop/FIB guys. Rockstar really could have written the storyline to V much better.
I'd much rather had seen more ghetto action from Franklin and Lamar and more conflict with Michael and Martin Madrazo, the Mexican drug cartel boss. Not that boring, cop/fed bullsh*t. If we had be been given continuous side missions for Franklin to do like gang wars, drug-dealing and hood stuff, I'd have been happy with that, maybe not have voiced my criticism of the cop/fed angle so much.
Edited by Official General, 19 October 2013 - 11:59 PM.