As Trevor's final boss instead of justSpoilerlike an idiot... I feel like the could've used The Lost a lot more into the story than just the f*cking beginning, did they rush it too much and decided just to kill of Johnny?? Or did Rockstar just wanted to prove how much of a badass Trevor was by single-handily kill The Lost? It would've definitely been a better story than f*cking Devon...
I didn't even like Johnny, but the way they treated his character was extremely horrid writing. The Lost and Damned died at the end of that DLC. Johnny left behind his past, he showed promise. But instead of getting his business together, Rockstar decided to move him, and the entire DEAD Lost and Damned crew out in the rear end of nowhere for some reason. Luis and Tony would've made a lot more sense to make a cameo in this game, because L.A. has a pretty decent nightlife from what I've seen.
Well said. If Luis was killed, it would of made far more sense. Trevor is more than likely a white supremacist and it seemed appropriate if Luis was killed instead. But then again, Blaine County isn't the kind of place where nightclub bouncers live in. Johnny was made out to look like a pussy and that just isn't correct.
Uh, you can hold it right there, son. Where's your evidence that Trevor is a "white supremacist"??? What's that?? You don't have any because you're full of sh*t you say??? Trevor hung around with Franklin and Lamar, and even helped them---something that a "white supremacist" would hardly do. But if you're gonna go with that horsesh*t, then if Trevor 'was' a "white supremacist", he would have every right to go after Johnny because Johnny was jew/khazar. And Blaine County is the perfect place for bouncers to live in. You don't know what you're talkin' about. Johnny looked like a pussy because he was around real men and that's what happens when you play with the big boys. I don't get why you an d Goldcard are so butthurt about this. There's no going back. What's done is done and it was a great decision on R*'s part, IMO. One of the few things that R* did right.