Hey guys, here's my very first concept thread. It's nothing too flashy as I do not know coding, but this is what I have.
Special thanks to Tyla in helping me develop this concept.
GRAND THEFT AUTO V
The Family Tradition
Welcome to Los Santos, 2013 AD. The days of the old-school Italian Mafia are coming to an end, and for the Los Santos Crime Family, the writing on the wall is all too apparent. This once-great, yet now small-time Mafia family is fading away fast, kept barely afloat by a lucrative racket of running both counterfeit and fenced merchandise in from East Asia, as well as a partnership with the Gambetti Family of Liberty City. And one of their most loyal made men is Marty Romano, a bitter middle-aged soldato of the Los Santos Crime Family.
This is his story....
- Two new radio stations: Radio Las Venturas and Double Clef FM
- New weapons
- New TV shows and movies
- New gangs
- Side Activities: Gambling, Extortion Rackets, Merchandise Fencing
Voiced by Joe Mantenga
The main protagonist of the story, Marty Romano is a 56-year old made man of the Los Santos Crime Family who has seen better days. He's fiercely loyal to the Family, even though he knows gangsters like him are a dying breed and his Family is doomed. He has been embittered by a hard life of crime and seeing many of his close friends and associates get killed or imprisoned, leaving him bitter, morose, and sarcastic. Marty works for the Los Santos Crime Family because he feels as if he has no other choice. He has a small house in Vespucci Beach and is one of the owners of Las Cuadras Restaurant in Westwood, earning him a weekly income.
Default Vehicle: Albany Esperanto
Favorite Radio Stations: Radio Las Venturas and Double Clef FM
Default Outfit: Black Eris Tracksuit and Black Flat Cap
Voiced by Frank Bonsangue
A former associate of the defunct Pegorino Crime Family and Consigliere of the Los Santos Crime Family since 2009, Phil Bell is the vital link between the Los Santos Crime Family and their Gambetti handlers back in Liberty City. Normally an Irishman as Consigliere would raise a stink with the other Families, but the LS Crime Family has declined so much and has become so irrelevant that they don't care anymore. Plus Roy Zito can use Phil Bell as the main controller of the Los Santos Crime Family.
Voiced by Tony Musante
The Don of the Gambetti Family, Roy Zito became head of the Liberty City Commission and Capo Di Tutti Capi of the Eastern Mafia families in 2008 upon the death of Jon Gravelli. He is never actually seen in-person but contacts his Los Santos Crime Family underlings via phone, email, and video conferences. Cold and uncaring, he sees Marty Romano as a useful tool in securing the West Coast merchandise rackets and extending Gambetti influence in San Andreas via proxy. Roy Zito serves as mission control for Marty and gives him a lot of missions.
Voiced by Steven Van Zandt
The 71-year old Underboss of the Los Santos Crime Family, he is a lackey of Roy Zito, Phil Bell, and the Gambettis. He is a blind follower of them, while Marty distrusts them.
The elderly and senile Don of the Los Santos Crime Family, Piero Genoa is a 99-year old Italian immigrant who is dying of lung cancer and has recently developed Alzheimer's, Piero Genoa founded the Los Santos Crime Family in the 1930's, and has ruled until his hospitalization in 2011. He is a barely lucid puppet of Phil Bell and Roy Zito, and is held up in a hospital room.
The disgraced Underboss of the Gambetti Family, Sammy Bottino turned state's evidence in 2010, and testified against the Gambetti Family, but due to a legal technicality regarding the search warrant, the federal case against Roy Zito and the Gambettis was overturned. Bottino is currently on the run and may be hiding in San Andreas.
Voiced by Chuck Zito
A made man of the Los Santos Crime Family with a lot of connections to the unions and construction firms in Los Santos and Blaine County, he and Marty don't get along real well, and when he is whacked by an unknown assassin, Marty does not miss him.
Voiced by Michelle Ruff
A 24-year old prostitute that Marty often buys services from, Brenna and Marty are good friends, but not in an actual relationship. She can be an accomplice on missions as a getaway driver or a means to distract guards on stealth missions, and while she can reduce the difficulty of missions, she takes a cut of the money to fuel her drug habits. Brenna is addicted to MDMA and powder cocaine, but is afraid of meth or heroin. The Family leaders generally look down on Marty's friendship with her, since she is not Italian and is a prostitute, but see her as a harmless distraction at worst. She later becomes playable after a certain point in the DLC, though her strength is low, she is swift.
Default Vehicle: Karin Kuruma
Favorite Radio Stations: Non-Stop Pop FM and Soulwax FM
Default Outfit: Black Bra, Black Leather Jacket, Blue Shorts, Black Boots
Voiced by Frank Vincent
The Don of the Carcer City Outfit, a Midwestern mafia family with their eyes on Los Santos, Mario Russo is one of the major antagonists of the DLC, but doesn't appear until late in the game. However, the Carcer City Outfit play a major role throughout the DLC.
The Fascist Lowriders
A white supremacist gang loosely allied with the Los Santos Crime Family after the Lost MC, the Family's traditional allies, are wiped out by Trevor, the Fascist Lowriders are allied with the Family against the Ballas, but ultimately play by their own rules, and may have ulterior motives. Marty is disgusted by them, but works with them anyway for the Family.
A powerful syndicate based in Japan with no actual territory in Los Santos, instead using the Korean Mob and the Los Santos Crime Family to conduct their smuggling, fencing, and merchandising rackets in the West Coast, the Yakuza's partnership with the Los Santos Crime Family over merchandise rackets is what attracts the attention of the Gambetti Family and the Carcer City Outfit. Could something happen that could upset the triple alliance between the Yakuza, Gambettis, and Los Santos Crime Family?
- Brass Knuckles
- Colt M1911
- Saturday Night Special
Two new radio stations and several new TV and movie programs are added to GTA V in The Family Tradition DLC
Radio Las Venturas
DJ: Tony Sirico as himself
Frank Sinatra: My Way
Frank Sinatra: Fly Me To The Moon
Frank Sinatra: Bad Bad Leroy Brown
Dean Martin: That's Amore
Dean Martin: Ain't That A Kick In The Head
Tony Bennett: Rags to Riches
Marvin Hamslich: The Entertainer
Bill Haley & His Comets: Rock Around The Clock
Dion: Runaround Sue
The Everly Brothers: All I Have To Do Is Dream
The Cleftones: Can't We Be Sweethearts?
Danny & The Juniors: At The Hop
The Velvets: Tonight
Buddy Holly: That'll Be The Day
Ritchie Valens: Donna
The Monotones: Book of Love
Gene Chandler: Duke of Earl
Frankie Lymon & The Teenagers: Why Do Fools Fall In Love?
Neil Sedaka: Next Door To An Angel
Johnny Tillotson: Poetry in Motion
The Crystals: He's A Rebel
The Crystals: He's Sure The Boy I Love
Yuji Ohno: Theme From Lupin III '78
Double Clef FM
DJ: Brina Palencia as Chibitalia
Mozart: Der Holle Rache
Mozart: Papageno e Papagena
Mozart: Overture from The Marriage of Figaro
Mozart: E Amore un Landrocello
Mozart: Non Piu Andrai Farfallone
Mozart: Finch'ian Del Vino
Mozart: Symphony No. 25 in G Minor
Mozart: Lacrimosa from Requiem Mass
Verdi: Anvil Chorus
Verdi: Chorus of the Hebrew Slaves
Verdi: La Donna e Mobile
Verdi: Libiamo Nell'lieti Calici
Verdi: Tacea la Notte Placiada
Puccini: O Mio Babbino Caro
Donizetti: Chi Me Frena in Tal Momento
Beethoven: Fur Elise
Beethoven: Ode To Joy
Tchaikovsky: 1812 Overture Finale
Tchaikovsky: Swan Lake
Bizet: March of the Toreadors
Wagner: Flight of the Valkyries
New TV Shows and Movies
- Princess Robot Bubblegum returns with new episodes
- The Pegorinos (Parody of The Sopranos)
- A Ken Burns-style documentary on John Marston
- Exploder (Parody of Die Hard)
- The Mainframe (Parody of The Matrix)
- Badfellas (Parody of Goodfellas)