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Posted 21 July 2014 - 04:30 AM Edited by Tyla, 03 February 2015 - 05:01 PM.

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By Tyla

 

 

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Grand Theft Auto VI revisits the cut-throat underworld of the cocaine 80s in a grandiose depiction of debauchery and excess. Set in the Vice Metropolitan Area circa 1988, the game explores the foothold of Central and South American drug cartels in Vice City, the high-stakes opportunity of their demise and the efforts of US government to preserve their covert assets in the most ambitious storytelling yet.

 

Key elements to the gameplay of Grand Theft Auto VI are empire building, a fully functioning drug economy and a criminal reputation the player will construct and carry with them throughout the game, introducing new scenarios and an entirely different B-cast with each playthrough. The protagonist begins at the very bottom of Vice City's criminal rung, a criminal exile from Lenapia whose past of reform schools and incarceration have entrapped him amongst seedy Red Light exchanges in the gutter of Vice Beach.

 

 

 

Grand Theft Auto VI "Vice" Trailer

 

 

Contents:

1) Story - Characters - Missions

2) Location

3) Features 1

4) Features 2

5) Side Missions - Leisure - Vehicles - Weapons

6) Soundtrack

7) Downloadable Content - Multiplayer

8) Gangs: The Underworld of Vice City

 

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Ariel Gara

The protagonist. Once a prolific Rust Belt area crime wave, Gara was born post-WW2 to Latvian migrant parents in the North End of Lenapia who simply could not afford a child and disposed of their newborn in a trash can. Ever since, he's struggled to find his place in this world: in his own words he's been, "blackbooked in Venturas, chased out of Carcer and laid into in Liberty."

 

A significant portion of Gara's life has been spent inside correctional facility and institution. Having served a 1-to-10 for robbery in New Austin and two terms in San Andreas, as such he carries a detachment from societal norms and an uneasing confidence with which he is able to fool people. Every facet of Gara's character is marred by his extensive prison time and ultimately impacts the way in which he is involved with the story.

 

Giovanni "John Ross" Rossi

Major league cocaine distributor of Italian-American descent. Bearing a strong Liberty City heritage - his father was a senior Gambetti Family Capo -- he is the Godson of current Boss, Jon Gravelli -- Rossi came up through street fighting gangs and notorious B&E crews before taking a heavy pinch in the late 1960s. Given the choice of prison time or being drafted, Rossi opted to serve Airbourne in Vietnam. He returned to the US at the beginning of the Disco era, used mob money to finance an empire of Star Junction peep shows and discothèques.

 

Rossi was chased out of Liberty City in 1982 after his nightclub Studio 69 was raided and found to be the center of a significant skimming operation. He fled to Vice City under the alias John Ross and has been operating under this moniker ever since.

 

Moses Van Zant

Unassuming Florida native and logistics extraordinaire who unscrupulously transports 70% of the cocaine coming to the United States through Vice City using methods that are often ingenious. "Son, we don't run cocaine over water; we walk it," Moses says of his philosophy to smuggling, meticulously planning and organizing shipments from the Entrometerse Cartel to the very finest detail.

 

A seasoned pro, Van Zant has ran everything from moonshine to pot. He maintains several legitimate fronts that serve as a lease to distributor John Ross to move cocaine in bulk, including a large Jaega County barn and a towing company.

 

Moses operates a radio tower near the Grasslands available to the player to listen into DEA/Coast Guard traffic.

 

Lou McNeil

A serial adulterer who serves as Gara's primary contact when it comes to fencing stolen merchandise, Lou McNeil is a troublesome alcoholic who has a penchant for Hawaiian shirts and handling dirty work for Central Americans.

 

McNeil is your one stop shop for criminal networking and contract scores, from the beginning of the game having a preferred dealing with Gara for merchandise by default.

 

Saul Saperstein

Successful Vice City businessman who made his money during the initial cocaine boom of the late 70s and early 80s, now operating as the right hand man and money launderer in chief to dictator General Salazar. Fluent in Spanish despite his Jewish heritage - a skill he picked up while farming out hits to fresh of the boat Marelitos for Green Cards - Saperstein orchestrated the demise of as many Cubans he provided with entry into Vice City on behalf of the customer most valuable to Salazar - Vida Negro.

 

General Salazar

Panamanian dictator and secret IAA asset who handles a great portion of the bank for Vice City's premier drug lords. Salazar rose to power in his home land through several military coups that are rumored to have been financed by the United States - in return, Salazar facilitates an arms deal between the US and Iran that subsequently funds another secret IAA interest - propping up the Nicaraguan Contras.

 

Jerry Whale

Superstar Redneck pilot who turned significant cocaine mule after being fired as an international pilot with JuankAir in the late 70s. Whale successfully cultivated contacts within Central America and operated a massive smuggling operation until being busted with a shipment of Quaaludes in 1986. Controversially, Whale strikes an under-the-table deal with the DEA to record Panamanian dictator General Salazar and Sandinista militant leaders engaging in narcotic trafficking by wiring surveillance equipment into his jet - a move that ultimately results in the demise of order and structure amongst Vice City's premier smuggles, creating a vacuum of power violent like no other.

 

Charles Doberman

IAA rising star involved in numerous shady Central American practices on behalf of the Agency. Initially the foremost IAA contact to their Vice CIty asset General Salazar, Doberman is a key player in facilitating an arms deal between the US and Iran, funnelling financial support to the Contras militia and later initiating the execution of the aforementioned Jerry Whale.

 

Jon Gravelli

Brief cameo appearance of the mob Godfather native to Broker. Gravelli, appearing with Sammy Bottino as his facilitator, is approached by his Godson and the protagonist in an attempt to remedy the Jerry Whale situation.

 

Vida Negro

Literally "The Black Widow" - female Colombian drug lord who stands to emerge victorious from the cocaine wars that rage across the streets of Vice City. A known lesbian, she begins a relationship with a member of the Ortega dynasty in hopes of securing an endless pipeline of cocaine into Florida. She holds the puppet strings over El Garzon, her main front man when it comes to distributing copious amounts of cocaine.

 

El Garzon

Gaudy and flamboyant drug boss attempting to run the show in Vice City for cocaine queen Vida Negro.

 

Cherry Jones

Ex-football star turned sleazy yuppie Vice detective, Cherry Jones nearly made a pro career with the VC Mambas before signing up to harass drug dealers and shakedown streetwalkers. Partnered with Mack Maddox, Jones plots to fleece the Vice City Police Department of confiscated cocaine to sell back to the Colombians in the initial opening of the game's storyline.

 

Don DeLarge

Eccentric entrepreneur who made his fortune early in the 80s and by 1988, has squandered almost all of it. One of his excesses is ownership of the DeLarge automobile company, manufacturing the futuristic Deluxo. He employs a young and dweeby Devin Weston as an intern, harking back to Carrington/Love.

 

Almost broke, DeLarge organizes a drug trafficking operation by pooling the funds of several powerful and influential businessmen and women to purchase cocaine that will be transported into the country by Jerry Whale. This Exchange funded enterprise implodes when Whale is exposed as a DEA covert agent and suddenly, the nation's financial elite find themselves hundreds of millions of dollars in the hole.

 

The Risita Brothers

Blas and QuiQue Risita - the worst of the worst of what Castro purged from Cuba in 1980. Cowboy gangsters and worshippers of Chango, these sadistic and almost mythical brothers run with the Marelitos out of Seminole and own an arts theatre in Little Havana.

 

Silk

Cruel Downtown pimp with an expansive stable of whores. As a show of power, Silk owns the historic Verse Theatre in his boyhood home of Undertown. Ironically, under his hand the Theatre has become a cesspit of sex and sleaze - the headquarters of his operation.

 

Rafe

Former New Austin car thief turned personal assassin to Vida Negro. Showered with drug money to resolve her most deluded and depraved feuds, Rafe is caught up in a political assassination with the protagonist after Vida Negro takes offence at an anti-drug speech said politician intends to deliver in the heart of Vice City.

 

Vince Lorca

Cheap pornographer with his finger on the pulse of moves being made on the mainland. A former cellmate of the protagonist, Lorca takes his name from his home turf - Key Lorca - where he rents a mansion with smut profits. 

 

The Assassin

Professional killer of Iranian descent on lease to the IAA after the facilitated arms deal between Iran and the US.

 

Brother Love

Runs the Collective Liberian International Trust (C.L.I.T), a supposed not-for-profit organization to aid the war torn West Africa based out of a large mansion on Starfish Island. In reality, the entire group is a front for drug smuggling with the proceeds intended to prop up the ailing Jamaican economy, from where Brother Love hails.

 

Having purchased a submarine with donations to the amnesty, Brother Love requires the protagonist to use the vehicle to smuggle contraband and later, sell the product in name of the cause.

 

Eddie Mora

Idealistic convict who befriends the protagonist and later devotes himself to Gara after he enables Mora to escape prison. Becoming fanatical to the point of obsession, despite his capability during an ambitious heist spree Eddie Mora eventually slips up, provoking a chain of events that turn the game upside down.

 

Jonah Hart

Aged felon legend who bears a direct similarity to the protagonist in his graduation to prolific criminality from a raw past of a flawed state care system. Spending almost three-quarters of his life in prisons or on the run, Jonah begins the game presently incarcerated and is paroled onto the street when he immediately takes off for Florida. From no more than passing through as a tourist, Jonah cooks up a daring bank heist that could see the protagonist go down in history - at what cost?

 

Larry Mendoza

Chemically dependent flake distributor who unwittingly finds himself the primary target of the protagonist's initial advances upwards Vice City's criminal rung. Having worked hard for his Colombian connections to the extent he maintains a triple cocaine/heroin/pill habit just to function, Mendoza is rash, unpredictable and ultimately willing to do anything for a buck.

 

Lorna Steele

Doomed former convict being passed pusher to pimp. Coming from a broken Lenapia home much like the protagonist, Lorna Steele is capable of portraying a vulnerability that ultimately masks the instincts of a hardened criminal. Fully intent on making out of the life with a great deal of money, to what lengths will Lorna go to realize freedom beyond societies ills?

 

Teddy Starr

Ex-prize fighter turned bodyguard to Larry Mendoza. Serving as the go-between for Mendoza's business when his drug dependency prevents him from operating, Teddy takes on a great deal of the burden born out of Larry's erratic and impulsive behaviour. 

 

Trish von Torture

Empress of a closeted network of hardcore BDSM and fetish clubs throughout Western Vice. Catering to an exclusive clientele, the protagonist discovers von Torture to be a meticulous mastermind responsible for setting up various criminal dealings between Vice's more depraved criminal elite. First entering her world at the behest of Don DeLarge, it is through von Torture that the protagonist initially encounters The Assassin and is able to mediate conflict with a series of carefully planned executions following the downfall of General Salazar. 

 

Vic Conti

Cunning long serving Italian-American footsoldier constantly scheming amongst the many mobsters that proliferate Roca Baton's tourist-esque underworld. Unhappy with the revolving door of power, Conti seizes the opportunity to pull a rip off with the protagonist's aid that he hopes will allow him to finally alleviate himself to the coveted position of Caporegime.  

 

Virgil Baca

Incarcerated Cuban criminal powerhouse who finds himself wielding a lessening degree of influence on underworld politics beyond his prison cell. An integral part of the initial Marelito crime wave in 1980, Baca is man whose nature it is to control his environment and thus he readily deals in favors to main a semblance of power on the inside while retaining the capability to eradicate problems on the street.

 

Baca plays a significant role in Episodes From Vice City, which you will hear more about soon.

 

Blind Willie - Random Encounter

Misplaced Louisiana blues musician with entirely deteriorated sight. The homeless Blind Willie finds himself helplessly hustled by none other than Hare Krishna and calls on the protagonist to avenge his honour.

 

Willie later offers services as a source of information to the player, being how they handle his random encounter.

 

Jerry Jagger - Random Encounter

Superficially charming Televangelist competing for Scientific credibility with a sprouting of other religious groups that promise to deliver wealth and happiness if you subscribe monthly. Unlocked after the player makes a donation to the Jagger Foundation after hearing the radio ad/reading the billboards, Jagger is encountered as a psychopath who requires the protagonist's assistance in delivering "acts of God."

 

Also noteworthy are Jagger's attempts to convert a Burnett hotel into the Jagger Building - high in the sky casting his eye over Vice City's rich and elite - and smears against the Epsilon Program who are currently buying up small towns to the north of the map.

 

 

Kolt "The Life" Savers - Random Encounter

Stuntman and bounty hunter extraordinaire, first encountered on an empty lot in heavy debate with a production company. Savers is arranging a huge stunt on the set of Four-Wheel Deathrace and requires you to race around the map collecting the appropriate materials to put the stunt together. Eventually, it all falls in place in the form of a stunt track that will be present from there on out. Savers will be unable to perform the final stunt due to a suspension from set for rendering cocky stuntman Jock Cranley hospital bound. It will be left to you to take his place. As a final act of rebellion against the studio, Kolt asks you to recover his prized hero truck from the production, which he later gifts to you out of gratitude.

 

 

After completing 50 vigilante missions, a second encounter with Savers will spawn in which he is pursuing an armed gang along an empty highway in a Hawk V8. Assist him in their capture and then reacquaint over a beer. From there, Savers will introduce you to his sideline of bounty hunting, his way of turning a profit out of his passion for vigilantism.

 

 

Lee Larsen - Random Encounter

Hard drinking twin-fisted film star who drunkenly finds the resemblance between himself and Gara hilarious, Lee Larsen is in deep debt with the Fort Tequesta Mob and proposes you a heavy profit if you double as his decoy in order to allow him to skip town. You will dodge mafia goons until Larsen makes a successful getaway.

 

Larsen returns for a second encounter having stolen a Western Angel belonging to the local motorcycle club leader for a jolly along his latest red carpet appearance. Aware of the bad blood he's caused, he hires you as a bodyguard and arms you to the teeth. A shootout will occur and you will successfully protect Larsen, unlocking further VIP protection side missions as a result.

 

Finally, you encounter a sobering Larsen sandwiched in a jail cell between two prostitutes, one of them a transsexual he attacked after discovering the mighty appendage taped under her thigh. He's due on set but in no condition to work so he offers you to double in for him in fight and action scenes. Completing this, you are given the opportunity to return to the film studio at any time for more work.

 

You are given the choice to post Larsen's bail in his final encounter, earning him as a contact who will act as an intermediary between yourself and highline actors looking to score coke. Leaving him to sober in the cell will not earn you this perk.

 

Ruby Katz - Random Encounter

Volatile and well connected jewel merchant who runs Liberty Jewel Exchange in Fort Tequesta. Initially introduced after Gara encounters an old ex-con named Steve Steyn on a street corner, Katz contracts you in a series of stone-centric free roam heists. Unfortunately, you face stiff competition from the violent Florida underworld to whom jewel weight is considered liquid gold.

 

The Deacon - Random Encounter

Righteous bearing North Point minister who acts as an agent between a rich and troubled congregation and equally desperate prostitutes. Himself originally a prolific pimp, The Deacon found God during a tough prison sentence and upon release, devoted himself to the Church and funded his rise through the ranks by arranging the adoption of unwanted children borne by hookers. One of these children was the daughter of Betsy O'Hara, now eighteen and unaware her birth mother wishes to make contact.

 

Gara will encounter The Deacon at Betsy's request in order to compel him into tracking Betsy's daughter down. In the process, Gara will reveal he is unsure of how many children he has fathered but knows of both a son and daughter he abandoned in his continued pursuit of criminality -- a direct parallel to Michael Townley. Beyond questioning his role in their lives, Gara successfully tracks down Betsy's daughter to a home in Seminole with the aid of The Deacon. Discovering her to be a straight-A college student unaware of her adoption, the player is given the moral choice of wrecking her life to reunite her with Betsy or leaving her be.

 

The Deacon is later encountered in the storyline and plays a small but vital role in smuggling materials into prison which the player will use in an escape attempt.

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Mission NameSynopsisLink
#1 The IntroductionEarning a living holding Colombian drug dealers to ransom, Ariel Gara joins two sleazy Vice cops in a high stakes scheme to set up Ocean Beach cocaine distributor Larry Mendoza.Click
#2 Out Here In The FieldsArranging a small coke buy to get himself set up in the drug scene, Gara duels with a Pegassi Infernus in a race along Vice Beach to make it first to the dealer rollerblading along the beach front beside them. Click
#3 Down PaymentProceeded by building a reputation dealing cocaine on the streets, Gara is invited to discuss business with Larry Mendoza. Laying a $50,000 down payment on a shipment of drugs, he becomes familiar with members of Mendoza's inner circle including Teddy Starr and Lorna Steele. Click
#4 Opportunity KnoxOn behalf of Silk Robinson, Gara escorts and arms contact killer Walter Knox in his bid to execute two witnesses.Click
#5 Fear and Clothing in Vice CityKnox has been found dead and the Mafia blame Silk. They've sent a hit squad over to the fine tailoring store in Siren Mall. Get over there and save his ass. Click
#6 Dead End DealGara engages in a drug deal with Larry Mendoza.Click
#7 Evidence DashFeaturing loud and smart approaches, Gara must recover 20 kilos of cocaine from the Vice Beach Police Headquarters. Click
#8 Chapter & VerseIn order to complete his purchase of the historic Verse Theatre in Undertown, Silk wants you to rid the building of the Vice Boys drug dealers who have turned it into a cesspit of debauchery. Introduces hiring crew members. Click
#9 Lessons In SurvivalGara executes vice cops Cherry Jones and Mack Maddox and uses the proceeds of their dirty dealings to purchase a car dealership. This mission introduces asset Businesses & Property. Click
#10 The Good, The Bad & The Bloody UnluckyInvited to a high-stakes game of poker by Silk, the player becomes involved in a game of Russian Roulette that results in an unfortunate death.Click
#11 It Takes Two To MambaVisiting close friend Vince Lorca on the Vice Keys, Gara infiltrates Mamba Stadium and assassinates a chief speaker within the Mothers of Prevention action group to ease the heat on Lorca's pornography business. Click

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Posted 21 July 2014 - 04:30 AM

This looks promising, I look forward to more updates!


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Posted 21 July 2014 - 04:31 AM Edited by Tyla, 06 March 2015 - 03:15 AM.


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Grand Theft Auto VI introduces the player to an expanded reimagining of the Vice Metropolitan area, based on the real-life Miami-Fort Lauderdale-West Palm Beach Metropolitan area. Featuring four counties, the Grasslands, the Vice Keys and two offshore locations, GTAVI delivers a map worthy of next-generation capability.
 
Thanks must go to Money Over Bullsh*t for his help with this section.
 
Vice County (Miami-Dade County):
 
Vice City (Miami):

• Alhambra (Coral Gables)

Incorporated into the Vice Metropolitan Area during the 1920s, the City of Alhambra thrives in its location within the south-west portions of Vice City. Containing vast suburbia and a bustling financial district, Alhambra is also home to the University of Vice City. Local landmarks include the Anastasia Hotel, the Tropical Botanic Gardens and the historic Vatican Pool.

• Arawakan (Allapattah)

One of Vice City's foremost ethnic enclaves, Arawakan first housed displaced African-American families during the 1950s before giving way to Cuban migrants fleeing the Revolution. Today known locally as "Little Dominica" for a substantial Dominican population and less favourably within the media as "A.K", Arkwakan continues to serve as a magnet for refugees, now housing increasing Nicaraguan and Honduran populations. The hub of this migrant community are the local street markets.  

• Banana Grove (Coconut Grove)

Skimming the coastline of Vice City is Banana Grove, the oldest incorporated neighbourhood of modern day Vice City. In a picturesque position on Vice City's waterfront, Banana Grove is a sizeable marine attraction, recognized for wild vegetation and the Bahamian nature of the neighbourhood courts an especially carefree attitude. Despite the beauty of the extravagant Hampshire Inn and recently opened Longdong Gardens, a large portion of Banana Grove is impoverished and poor economic conditions are reflected in several dilapidated buildings throughout the area.

• Burnett (Brickell)

Originally settled as Vice City's "millionaire row", Burnett of recent is undergoing a transformation into Vice City's major financial district with the construction of many high-rise commercial buildings dominating the skyline. Harking back to its roots, Brickell's suburbia is a hub of affluence and is the district of choice for the city's financial workers.

• Cable City (Carol City)

An area of notorious public housing and significant drug trade, Cable City lays to the north of Vice City and covers a large mass of area that borders nearby Tequesta County.

• Downtown (Downtown Miami)

A product of the 1920s Florida land boom, Downtown Vice City is enjoying a similar development boom thanks to the immense amount of money pouring into the state. Considered the commercial heart and soul of South Florida, Downtown houses and preserves a significant portion of early Vice City structures including the Vice County Courthouses, the Liberty Tower and the Greek Theatre, although this is in a state of neglect. Transportation around the Downtown area is aided by the Vice City Monorail.

• East Bay (Upper East Side)

Housing exclusive gated communities and an affluent population, East Bay stretches along the North-easternmost portion of the Vice City map and is bordered by Little Haiti to the west, Holywater to the south and Vice Shores to the north. Due to it's location, this quaint suburbia is subjected to an unusually high crime rate for it's high-income populace and has taken to hiring armed guard that patrol the neighbourhood.

• Eldorado (Doral)

Once largely industrial but now the site of a recent property boom, Eldorado is located in the north-west of Vice City and shares a substantial Cuban population with nearby Seminole. Undergoing development, the Eldorado district dwindled during the early 1980s due to building restrictions. The abolishment of these by the Shrub government paved the way for the developments ongoing throughout the game's duration.

• Escapada (Aventura)

Given the name Escapada after a local developer's remark of "What an escapade this is going to be!", this offshore land development sits between Vice City and Vice Beach and is yet to be incorporated into either metropolitan area. Two recent structures are of note: the luxury Dingleberry Resort & Hotel and the Escapada Mall, undertaking a large expansion that soon will see it become the third-largest mall in the United States.

• Escobar International Airport (MIA)

Located north-west of Downtown Vice City, Escobar International Airport is the largest of the game's airports and renowned as the largest gateway between the United States and Latin America. Most recently EIA has been boosted by JuankAir's announcement that it is to build a base of operations at the airport.

• Felicity (Dadeland)

In almost immediate proximity to the neighbourhood of Tolima, Felicity is dominated by the expansive open-air Felicity Mall and gains notoriety as the site of a massive shootout between warring drug factions.

• Fort Baxter (Homestead ARB)

Spanning the locale of Baxter-Sunshine City, Fort Baxter AFB is rooted in history as the staging base for the United States possible invasion of Cuba. Post Vietnam, the Airbase houses a significant amount of equipment, boosted by recent upgrades. Also adding to the mystique of Fort Baxter is the locally notable Granite Castle.

• Flagstaff (Flagami)

Named in honour of industrial magnate and historical Vice City figure Harry Flagstaff, this quiet residential neighbourhood of small and well-kept homes sits west of Little Havana and is in close proximity to the Covice Trail that passes through the Grasslands.

• Freedom City (Liberty City)

Originating as a response to overcrowding in the segregated slum of Undertown, Freedom City is a notoriously violent and poverty-stricken neighbourhood seething with tensions. In 1980 the site of the Freedom City Riots, the area is often considered no-go for police and outsiders alike.

• Greek Heights (Olympia Heights)

Greek Heights is a small and residential development with a notable portion of Cuban migrant residents becoming an influx from bordering Little Havana.

• Holywater (Edgewater)

Largely undeveloped land housing early 20th century homes and a vibrant Latin-American community, Holywater derives its name from the nearby Vatican Islands and is notable for being the location of the only Roman Catholic place of worship in Vice City. Despite being a relatively quiet neighbourhood, Holywater is populated by street hoods during the evening and night hours and those passing through are often targets for muggings and car theft.

• Key Belair (Key Biscayne)

Sitting between Vice Beach and Vice City is the picturesque Key Belair. A favourite holiday destination of Presidents of days old, the island has weathered many storms both political and tropical. The Bobby Bragg State Park houses the Key Belair lighthouse and the Rockerfeller Causeway connects the island with the mainland metropolitan areas.

• Key Richmond (Key Virginia)

Barrier island separated by forces of nature from nearby Price Island, Key Richmond is historically significant for housing the Key Richmond Beach Park, a once coloured-only segregated park until civil rights protests in the mid-1960s. With the Barber Miniture Railway providing transportation around the vast parklands, other attractions here include the Vice Oceanarium and the frequent powerboat races held at the Vice Marine Stadium. Despite dwindling popularity in current years, the local beach attracts a diverse population of gay couples and nudists.

• Little Haiti (Little Haiti)

Known as Citrus City until the name Little Haiti was driven into existence by a mass influx of Haitian refugees during the early 1980s, this enclave of Vice City is arguably its most diverse and dangerous. Street crime and the drug trade are in abundance here, with the proximity to Freedom City and the Puerto Rican enclave of Valeria provoking violent clashes between gangs. Despite this bad reputation, Little Haiti is colourful in the other sense of the world and numerous wall murals populate the area. An obscure location of note here is the British pub themed Chamberlain's Bar; a magnet for resident and expatriate Angel's of Death. A portrait of a well known London resident rests proudly on the wall.

• Little Havana (Little Havana)

Once thriving as a middle-class Jewish suburb, Little Havana became known by the name during the mid-60s as Cubans moved from their Post-Revolution homeland to settle in the United States. Following the 1980 Boatlift, this sobriquet took on greater meaning as 125,000 Cuban exiles settled in Florida. In the large sprawl of Little Havana, the western area is mostly working-class Cuban suburbia while the rest area is regarded as a lawless ghetto due to a general feeling that Little Havana is the dumping ground for exiled Latin American undesirables. The Latin Walk of Fame is a positive reminder of the working classes determination to get out and make something of themselves, while daily chess and domino games are held at Ocho Park. Little Havana is also the home of the Vice City Mambas.

• Prospect Bay (Cutler Bay, Palmetto Bay)

Forming part of the greater Baxter-Sunshine City area, Prospect Bay is a quiet coastal village noted for its woodland and housing the bayfront headquarters of Burger Shot.

• Richman (Richmond Heights)

The Richman area originated as a project undertaken by an ex-WW2 pilot who bought land adjacent to the former Richman Air Base with intentions of developing quality and affordable housing for African American war veterans. The development grew into the Richman neighbourhood that today houses several thousand African Americans.

• Seminole - (Hialeah)

Home to the largest concentration of Cubans in the United States, the city of Seminole is a major municipality within the Vice City metropolitan area. Housing the Tran-Rail Transfer Station that serves Vice City-Fort Tequesta-West Jaega Sands, Seminole enjoys an influx of visitors from across the state to the historic Seminole Park.

• Siren - (Omni)

Dominated by the expansive Siren International Mall, this largely commercial district is home to a population of Colombians who reside in the apartments above the mall.

• Sunshine City (Florida City)

The cropland counterpart of adjoining Fort Baxter, rural Sunshine City houses a significant RV park and a cluster of cheap motels that cater to persons travelling the Vice Turnpike and those visiting town to experience stock car races at the local Sunshine City Speedway. An often voiced complaint of those passing through Sunshine City is of the foul smell surfacing from the local landfill.

• Tolima (Kendall)

Located on the western fringes of Vice City, Tolima is locally renowned as "Little Bogota" for the immense Colombian populace taking residence in the area. Existing along the Vice Rock Ridge and in close proximity to both the Felicity Mall and main route of travel the Covice Trail, Tolima is also the location of the Tolima South Station; a major public transportation hub. Stretching into Felicity from Tolima is the Felicity Mobile Home Park, which encompasses a large portion of the north-eastern Tolima area.

• Travis (Civic Centre)

Vice City's health district, housing hospitals and a developing number of medical facilities.

• Undertown - (Overtown)

Designated a segregated coloured neighbourhood shortly after Vice City's incorporation in the late 19th century, the present blight of north-west Downtown area Undertown was proceeded by thriving black entertainment and arts establishments such as the Verse Theatre, which today exists in a state of disrepair. Major tensions in Undertown extend from out-of-control levels of street crime and gang violence to a soaring homeless population.

• Val-Halla - (Opa-Locka)

The city of Val-Halla is located on the northern fringes of Vice City and Tequesta County and is maligned by a severe amount of crime contained within its population. Spawning drug dealers and Robin-Hood like armed robbers who steal from airports both international and local, Val-Halla is also notable for an unusually high concentration of places of worship and exotic Roman building structures.

• Valeria - (Wynwood)

Mainstay Puerto Rican enclave since the 1950s, "El Barrio" Valeria covers the expanse of a downtrodden migrant community and a local fashion district in the southern portions of the area. The Flagstaff Railroad forms the two distinct boundaries within the area and is a convenient spot for travelling between the Vice Keys and the city of West Jaega Sands.

• Vatican Islands (Venetian Islands)

Chain of artificial islands centred within Belair Bay, the Vatican Island communities house the significant Tortuga and Vatican Causeways and are an exclusive residency to many of Vice City's elite.

• Viceport (Port of Miami)

Viceport, one of the largest cargo ports in the United States, extends from Downtown Vice City and is located on Iacocca Island. Renowned worldwide as an elite port for cruise and passenger vessels, Viceport is the home base of numerous international companies and contributes a great portion of the local economy. Nearby Elementary Island, while recently renowned for a failed amusement park development, houses a seaplane base and the must-see Japanese Gardens.

 

Vice Beach (Miami Beach):

• Atlantic Beach (North Beach)

The northernmost portion of Vice Beach, Atlantic Beach is the relaxed stretch of area between Dynasty Beach and Sol Harbour. Its populace residing in both high-rise apartments overlooking pristine sands and vast islands extending from the mainland, Atlantic Beach is a sedate getaway from Ocean Beach with a high concentration of street cafes and hotels. Hare Krishna are frequently found at the North Point Bandstand

• Dynasty Beach (Mid-Beach)

The centre of Vice Beach. Dynasty Beach is rooted in wealth and extravagant architecture, the foremost being the famous Parisienne Hotel and Resort located on the area's "Millionaire's Row." Denizens from all walks of life flock here, from notorious Marijuana smugglers the "Pink Salmon Gang" to legendary Las Venturas casino boss Moe Behr. More modest are the traditional Delis and Kosher markets that cater to the areas elderly Jewish demographic. Dynasty Beach also provides the most convenient route into the city from Vice Beach via the Frances Spittle Causeway.

• Ocean Beach (South Beach)

Famed for its Art Deco hotels and postcard stretches of sand, Ocean Beach is violently caught between extremes of grit and glamor. Though defined by the iconic pastels and neon lights, Ocean Beach is a severe Red Light District hindered by a large concentration of Marelito Cuban criminals. An air of panic plagues the picture perfect scenery and many fear future decline. By day, the beaches are scarcely populated; by night, the dwindling elderly Jewish residents shutter themselves away as the pimps and prostitutes begin to line Ocean Drive. Encompassed within Ocean Beach is the area of Washington Beach, home of the Vice Beach Police Department and the pedestrian Leland Road Mall.

• North Point Village (North Bay Village)

• Playa Del Sol (Sunny Isles Beach)

• Prawn Island (Hibiscus Island, Palm Island)

• Price Island (Fisher Island)

• Seminole Creek (Indian Creek)

• Shoreside (Surfside)

• Sol Harbour (Bal Harbour)

 

Tequesta County (Broward County):

Jaega County (Palm County):

 

Mansfield County (Monroe County):

 

Vice Keys (Florida Keys):

Florida Grasslands (Everglades):

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"When the FBI issued its annual list of the ten most crime-ridden cities in the nation last September, three of them were in South Florida: Miami (pop. 347,000) was in first place, West Palm Beach (pop. 63,000) was fifth and Fort Lauderdale (pop. 153,000) was eighth. Miami last year had the nation’s highest murder rate, 70 per 100,000 residents."

-- Paradise Lost, TIME Magazine.

 

Paradise Lost?

The Other Side Of Vice

 

Original Article: Paradise Lost: TIME Magazine

 

"Killings among the cocaine traders certainly contribute to South Florida’s crime rate. Drug shootouts are becoming a frequent sight in certain parts of the state. At a busy intersection in Coral Gables last month, for example, a Mercedes Benz was suddenly surrounded and its 30-year-old Colombian driver killed in a burst of machine-gun fire. As Elio Gonzalez and his twelve-year-old son Eric were getting out of their car in front of their home in North Miami, another car raced by spraying machine-gun fire; both father and son were killed."

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Recommended Reading: The Underworld of Vice City

 

“Here a morning kill may not even make the afternoon news.”

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Grand Theft Auto VI introduces new and expanded features that revolutionize the gameplay experience. Geared towards the series' roots in crime and enhancing the empire building and drug dealing features introduced by Vice City Stories and Chinatown Wars respectively, GTAVI provides plentiful opportunity to make money and the temptation to spend it as fast as you can make it with endless replay value drawn from evolving drug and black market economies.

 

In terms of raw gameplay, Grand Theft Auto VI introduces an inventory system that allows you to store and carry a wide variety of items on your person. These range from potions bought under the counter from stores in Little Haiti to police badges looted from the corpses of cops allow ingenious ways of earning yourself an income. The inventory is significant in enabling a distinct focus on interacting with the environment on offer.

 

The inventory system is explored in more detail in this post.

 
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Assets are the foundation of the empire the player constructs throughout their storyline experience. Each of the following assets impacts profoundly on how your operation works, with the most skilled of each costing the most to acquire and maintain. Some, such as developers and lawyers, are essential to core gameplay mechanics of building construction and money laundering. Others, such as drivers and bodyguards, can provide effective protection to a protagonist locked in a conflict with a hostile gang. Stock Brokers can make or break your finances while pilots can take away the burden of multiple flights to South America to transport drugs.

 

Who will you hire?

 

Bodyguards:

Bodyguards are paid a weekly wage according to either their stats or their contractor. Local gangs will be willing to provide you with bodyguards for a price who may or may not remain loyal to you depending on the player's actions in-game. Recruits from gyms and tough neighborhoods will have lower stats and poorer weapons respectively but command a much lower fee and can be trained up. Private security contractors such as Merryweather provide the most effective and heavily armed personnel at the highest cost.

 

Developers:

Developers are part and parcel of constructing businesses and property from the ground up - with them you simply cannot build. Totally responsible for handling your construction endeavors, they also handle repair of them should a rival gang attempt to burn them down. From the bottom up, each available developer is more effective than the other. Union problems that arise are also tied up a lot quicker the better connected the developer you hire is.

 

Developer 1 will not provide any decrease to your build time and is capable of dispatching a repair crew in 72 hours.

 

Developer 2 is recommended to the player by Harold Hunter during the storyline. He can decrease your build time by three days and dispatch a repair crew to your damaged business in 48 hours.

 

Developer 3 decreases your build time by 5 days and dispatches a repair crew within 24 hours of your call.

 

Doctor:

Your on-call Doctor is a back street practitioner who can be summoned by phone to the player's location and patch them up for a fee. Occasionally, he will require help in treating other patients and phone you for assistance in collecting them.

 

Driver:

The driver will taxi the player around to any destination they desire in any owned vehicle of their choosing. In purchasing the driver, Gara will also acquire his personal ten vehicle garage to store his personal vehicles.

 

Lawyers:

Lawyers are essential to the criminally active. Engaging the drug economy and performing heists, the player will gain a substantial amount of heat that if left untouched, can result in their imprisonment. Alternatively, if the player surrenders to police during free-roam and is arrested, the effectiveness of your lawyer will determine how long a stretch you serve.  Your lawyer will also negotiate the buyback price the player pays to retrieve their weapons and/or stash of drugs.

 

Lawyers are also able to negotiate you a substantial discount when it comes to laundering money through the bank. Though the player can bypass any massive laundering fee by banking with organized crime groups, banks provide a security where a gang will not.

 

Your lawyer will occasionally call you offering tasks of witness intimidation and jury tampering.

 

Maury Mouthpiece is the stereotypical ambulance chaser. If not found in a parking lot at Siren Mall, he'll be working out of a hotel room in Mid Point handling messy divorces. This lawyer negotiates you a 25% decrease in prison time and increase in money laundered.

 

Castiel Leicester is an up-and-coming Bullworth educated lawyer with plenty of connections in the WASPy old boys club. Thanks to this, he'll negotiate you a 50% decrease with judges and 50% increase with bank managers.

 

Veronica Saks is the best of the best. An aggressive, almost sadistic practitioner of law, she'll fight your 75% decrease in prison time and maybe even get you off all together. With a black book of bank managers, Saks will also swing it so you get a 70% increase on money laundered.

 

Pilot:

Your personal pilot is a luxury in that he will transport you to and from South America and the Bahamas in flights that would otherwise make an arduous task. He can also be paid to mule back a quantity of drugs, depending on the quality of plane you have in your hangar.

 

Stock Broker:

Stock Brokers are required to access Grand Theft Auto VI's stock economy, with variety of the stock broker you invest with influencing the profitability of the stock you invest in. They will also dictate the reliability of the tips you receive, with a poor broker having the potential to ruin you financially.

 

 

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Buildings & Property is the umbrella term for how rackets, fronts and storage spots are operated in Grand Theft Auto VI. Replacing assets from GTA: Vice City and property management from GTAV, buildings and properties are now a dynamic enterprise for the player to wisely invest their money in. Land can be purchased to build a business from the ground up, with the option of choosing from an illegal racket or a front to launder money. Traditional assets provide unlock interiors and provide brief storylines. Stash houses are required to store stolen goods and storage space to store drugs - sometimes vital to how the player engages the drug economy.

 

Ten pieces of land are available throughout the map to build on. Location will dictate their price and the hostility the protagonist may face with gangs. The quality of developer will determine build and repair times. There are four options of property that can be built:

 

Racket:

Returns illegitimate income that must be collected weekly. Directly faces competition from rival gangs.

 

Business:

Returns constant legitimate income, which is deposited with the player's bank through their lawyer. Each legitimate business adds a 3% bonus to the money you are able to launder.

 

Stash House:

Required to operate the burglary side-mission. Stores stolen goods, weapons and a small amount of drugs. Guards can be hired and are recommended. Prone to raids.

 

Storage Space:

Large warehouses or freezer units, ideal for storing a large shipment of product or a high quantity of stolen goods. Again, these are prone to raids.

 

Eighteen asset properties are available to purchase across the map:

 

A. Gara Benefactor:

Benefactor car dealership that comes to bear the protagonist's name. May occasionally require you to repo vehicles and collect debts.

 

Burnett Distribution South:

Shipping company based just off of Burnett Key on the Mainland. Increases the amount of drugs you are able to carry by boat by 25%.

 

Colon Hotel:

The iconic. Ocean Drive's premier hotel. Provides you with a room that overlooks the ocean.

 

Distillery:

Moonshine still operated by members of the Dixie Co-Operative. Opens up Bootlegging side mission.

 

Exodus:

Regarded as the hottest club in Vice City, located in Banana Grove. Caters to VIPs and kingpins alike, members only. Based on the Mutiny Club.

 

Fanny Crabs:

Seafood restaurant serving premium catch in West Jaega Sands. Five stars in all the foodie mags.

 

Flesh For Fantasy:

Do you like good music? Do you like to dance? The things we do to feel alright. Strip club in North Point frequented by those looking for a change of pace. Private dances free of charge.

 

Leaf Links:

Exclusive members only golf links located in North Point Village, catering to retirees and rich Jewish people.

 

Lorca Studios:

Pornography studios based out of a converted Key Lorca mansion. Unlocked for purchase through the Vince Lorca storyline strand. Occasionally requires promotional stunts.

 

Native Armament:

Family owned gun shop in Jaega County.

 

Pawn Stars:

Pawn Shop in Undertown, Vice City. Handles stolen goods and consequently, ups the return on your fenced goods by 25%. Prone to robberies.

 

The Pizazz:

Pompeii Beach discothèque that has seen better days. Allows you to deal drugs on the establishment.

 

R&R Records:

Record company located Downtown. Has synthesizers to mess around on with, the ability to upload to RS Social Club. Requires you to fund artists who may or may not be successful without your gentle persuasion/bribery of network radio.

 

Scrap Yard:

Simple junk yard that returns additional dollars based on how many vehicles you destroy in free roam.

 

Tequesta Tomahawks:

Football team native to Fort Tequesta. Big money investment in a fledgling team, you can gain additional revenue by influencing games. Why not break the legs of the opposition's star player? Rivals with the VC Mambas.

 

VC Private Hire:

Limo service to the rich. Calls you periodically to drive VIPs around.

 

Video Arcade:

Classic penny arcade on Ocean Beach. Lets you play Degenatron or Womb Polluter for free. Occasionally invites you to buy into the regular Saturday night poker game in back.

 

White Lady Funerals:

Funeral parlor that doubles as a front for cocaine distribution. Ability to store 25% more cocaine than in a trunk by taking a Romero out for a spin.

 

Five safehouse properties are purchasable across the map.

 

Burnett Condo:

Stunning condo overlooking Vice City in Burnett's exclusive The Tracks district. Comes with underground parking space, served by valet.

 

Jaega Ranch:

Large ranch property in Jaega County. Comes with stables if you desire to purchase horses. Massive garage geared to the collector.

 

Lorca Beach House:

Mellow beach house on the sands of Key Lorca.

 

Starfish Island Mansion:

White marble palace in Vice City's exclusive gated community. Has a dock for your personal boat, a swimming pool, a tennis court. Interesting neighbour who seems to drive a white Infernus.

 

Undertown Apartment*:

Default property. Rats in the front room, roaches in the back. Junkies in the alley with the baseball bat. You can't take the smell, can't take the noise but you start out with no money so you've got no choice.

 

Yacht:

Your personal vessel, able to be docked at any marina on the map. Complete luxury.


 
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Grand Theft Auto VI offers numerous forms of communication. While cell phones do not offer the internet functionality of GTAV (see: Newspaper), GTAVI introduces the payphone and the two way radio as additional means of communication.

 

Cell Phone:

Must be purchased. Large, brick style handset manufactured by Motormouth. Contacts are selected by scrolling through an analogue style display above the phone panel. Cheats can be entered by pressing X/Square in the same way numbers are dialed in GTAV.

 

Pager:

Minimal form of contact that allows the player to receive communication from associates. Ideal for the aspiring and on-the-move businessman.

 

Pay Phone:

Initial means of contact. Costs $1 to make a call, the player must punch in a number from a piece of paper held by the protagonist. Cab service and sex line phone cards are plastered all over phones across the city. Pay phones are few and far between and tedious: all the more incentive to grind the money to afford a cell phone.

 

Two Way Radio:

Preferred means of communication to the Rural American. Two Way Radio is standard in planes and can be installed to vehicles for a cost at your local Pay N Spray. Accessed via the radio wheel, the player can select a contact as they would a radio station.

 

 
CONTACTS

 

 

People you meet, do business with and feud with form your contacts, a number of special NPCs who can be met, collected and accessed any time the player chooses. Similar to unlocking crew in Grand Theft Auto V, VI takes it one step further by introducing a wealth of contacts for you to interact with. Authorities can be utilised to take a rival off the street by arranging a payoff to a corrupt Detective to up their cop heat; an Agent can be put on the payroll to warn you of impending raids; disgruntled security guards will clue you in on when hot freight is moving through Viceport, or let you move in undetected to boost merchandise. Informants can benefit the player in various ways in return for cold hard cash; prostitutes know the rhythms of the street; journalists can print bad press to mess with a rival's cop heat; unsettled gang members will come to you with their organization's private plans; insider traders will give you tips on hot stock.

 

Alliances can also be formed, depending on your relationship with a gang. These last for a week and will eliminate competition of your choosing.

 

Partners are men and women with certain skills who may assist you in Takeovers (see Here) and/or Heists. They may also be called for backup, if you have sufficient trust with them.

 

Contacts system heavily interacts with the below Criminal Rating. As you navigate Vice City's underworld, several people will enter your sphere. It is the job of the player to collect and cultivate relationships. The pimp you knew when you were a cheap hood? Now he's a major player and wants to form an alliance that could earn you a few corners. That cowboy stick up artist? Now he's facing 25-to-life and you're a big fish to fry, setting you up for an arrest.


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Criminal Rating is a measure of your increasing influence.

 

An age old feature from the III era games, Criminal Rating serves to introduce a new pool of contacts each level of the Vice City underworld you explore. Some may contact you. Others have to be found. There are ten Criminal Ratings, each a separate chapter of Grand Theft Auto VI's story:

 

0) Ex-Con

1) Hustler

2) Goon

3) Dealer

4) Thief

5) Racketeer

6) Fixer

7) Smuggler

8) Professional

9) Major Player

10) Kingpin

 

With each criminal rating comes side-missions, which are fleshed out in the next post.

 

Honor & Fame measure the player's actions in gameplay and replace mission scores from GTAV and The Ballad of Gay Tony.

 

Actions in missions now + or - from an Honor & Fame meter.

 

Expect NPC's betrayals to negatively impact your honor and assisting NPC gangsters against police to give you a sure boost, as will successful dealings.

 

Gara's honor is his criminal reputation: the value at which he is taken by his associates. An honor in the minuses? You're a stool pigeon informant and people won't want to do business with you. Contacts abandon you. Top level honor? Expect doors to open. People to approach you. As with Criminal Rating, there are ten levels of honor:

 

-5: Stool Pigeon

-4: Traitor

-3: Heat

-2: Doublecrosser

-1: Honest Joe

 

0: Squarejohn

 

1: Felon

2: Homeboy

3: Point Man

4: Stand Up Guy

5: Legend

 

Fame is a measure of your notoriety: killings, escaping wanted levels, purchasing status symbols - it all drives your Fame up.

 

This interacts with Heat in the sense that the more famous you are, the faster you gain cop/gang attention. You are easy to track town.

 

-5: Rat

-4: Untrustworthy

-3: Prison Queen

-2: Loudmouth

-1: Screw Up

 

0: Nobody

 

1: Tough Guy

2: Face

3: Local Hero

4: Notorious

5: Most Wanted

 

Both Fame and Honor will also impact on how the player is received when they enter prison, as well as providing gameplay benefits. Low fame and honor may attract negative crew members for heists who are more likely to screw you over.

 

Status Symbols

 

Status symbols are generally gaudy and extravagant items that add considerably to the player's criminal rating fame stat. These artefacts a means of flaunting your wealth, status symbols can also represent items or even body parts taken as trophies from fallen enemies to use for show.

 

Also coming under status symbols are pets, multiple breeds and types of animal now available for purchase in Grand Theft Auto VI.

 

Certain women dated by the player are also classed as status symbols under the category entourage. What better than walking into Club Exodus with two bombshell blondes on your arm?

 

Artefacts

Precious symbols of history that are irreplaceable and therefore ridiculously overpriced. These can range from *lewd* Ancient Greek sculptures and paintings to famed Legend of the West Landon Ricketts pistols. Artefacts will collect around the chosen properties of the player similar to how the suite at the Ocean Beach Hotel slowly came to hold pieces of Vercetti's journey through Vice City.

 

Entourage

Mindless idiots you pay to stand around and make you look good. Following you everywhere you command, they provide input to the activities at hand similar to the friend conversations in GTAIV.

 

Your entourage will live and reside at your mansion property until dismissed and can be made up of several flavours of people according to what the player desires. To create an effect similar to the beach babes follow Tommy cheat in Grand Theft Auto: Vice City, beautiful women the player discovers and dates through the agency are open to having their time bought and will accompany the player wherever they desire. Coupled with the features of bodyguards and drivers (see: Assets) the player can quite literally live and feel like a king.

 

Pets

Exotic animals you buy for show and bragging rights. Wide in variety from cougars to tigers to deep sea fish kept in an aquarium, depending on the player's purchase of the Jaega Ranch they may also choose to keep stables of thoroughbread horses -- why not purchase a couple of Kentucky Saddlers?

 

Similar to GTAV, the pet dog returns -- this time with variable breeds available for purchase. As ever with gangland status, the meaner your dog, the more status you gain. This comes at a cost of the unpredictability of the dog -- if it savages a passerby, the police are going to be all over you.

 

Trophies

Trophies are memoirs of battle taken with the intention of striking fear into the hearts of your enemies. Values added to your fame from battles within missions where trophies are claimed are pre-determined and can often add a substantial boost to your score.

 

To take a trophy, simply approach the unconscious/dead body of your antagonist and follow the appropriate on-screen prompt. If unarmed, Gara will loot an item from the person -- such as their gold chain, their leather jacket or an expensive watch. If armed with a knife, the action becomes more sinister -- Gara will proceed to chop an ear, a finger with a ring on it, and add this to his inventory. Dead antagonists killed in missions can have their heads severed -- whenever such items are produced in gameplay, the feature will usually be used for the purpose of intimidating.

 


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One of Grand Theft Auto VI's crowning features is the Drug Economy, a real-time player to NPC traffic of drugs depiction of Miami's 1980s drug heyday. Taking the previous drug features of Chinatown Wars and expanding them to new heights, GTAVI allows the player to explore the various tiers of a drug cartel from the ground up.

 

Drug Dealing:

The street level business - nickels and dimes. The player will buy and sell a variety of drugs that include the following:

 

Cocaine

Crack

Ecstasy

Heroin

LSD

Methamphetamine

Pills

Weed

 

These drugs are bought and sold at street level to several dealers marked around the map or alternatively, buys your contacts set up that may or may not turn out to be stings. Simply approach the dealer, interact with them by pressing > and select the quantity of which you wish to buy or the inventory you wish to sell, which you will be given a price for.

 

Backpacks will be worn to store drug inventory, with the options to sew extra pockets into coats/store in the trunk of your car to carry excess.

 

Key deals can only be made with organized crime groups. This is bulk buying and demands serious money. At street level, this will return a sizeable profit. You may purchase anywhere between 1 and 20 kilo's.

 

Drug Distribution:

 

Drug Distribution entails moving product from storage to several buyers, avoiding police and rival attention as you do so.

You will choose how much product you wish to distribute per run. Certain contacts - perhaps offering the best return - will only deal in certain amounts.

 

Distribution is your bread and butter. Pick your spots, make the right payoffs and forge the right alliances.

 

Drug Importing:

 

Purchasing cocaine direct from the source in South America is your primary profit margin. You will pay the Entrometerse Cartel a set fee for a quantity of drugs which will be your responsibility to transport back to Vice. In your transportation you will face several obstacles depending on the route you take.

 

Weed can also be smuggled in from the Bahamas, depending on your relationship with the Yardies.

 

Air:

By using Two Way Radio (see: Communication), you can access Van Zant's radio tower to monitor DEA activity. The DEA have several drones in the sky to track your flight path. If you attract attention, you will be shot down and your cargo destroyed. Rival gangs, if your heat is high enough, will attempt to shoot your plane down.

 

Boat:

Transporting drugs by boat involves avoiding the Coast Guard - again made much easier by using the radio. Rival boats will attack your shipment if your heat is high enough.

 

Weather Reports are paramount to any successful drug run, by air or boat. Thunderstorms and out of control waters risk you destroying your cargo and vehicle.

 

Drug Trades:

Large quantities of cocaine can be exchanged with the IAA in return for large caches of weapons. These exchanges are arranged through Charles Doberman and, at a time when drug value has plummeted, may return you a profit in selling the weapons on the black market.

 

Drug Value:

Drug values are real time occurrences in drug prices that affect how much you will pay for X drug and how much profit you make on Y drug.

 

Not only geographical, for example buying Meth in Jaega and selling it in Vice, drug value will soar with a shortage and plummet with a flood.

 

Flooded Markets occur when too much of one drug is in circulation. Bringing in too much cocaine? The price will bottom out. This is where storage is important. Competition pushing too much coke? Find out from an informer who it is and then bribe the DEA to make a seizure, watching the prices balance out.


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The necessary pursuit of losing one's money.

 

Gambling in Grand Theft Auto VI is varied, from street games to slot machines in supermarkets, from wagers to fully fledged back room poker. Feeling lucky? Why not try Russian Roulette.

 

 

Bloodsport:

Battle of the beasts.

 

Cockfighting:

Popular in the sticks. Wager which of the cocks will kill the other.

 

Dogfighting:

A show of status in the ghetto: who has the most vicious dog. Similar to cockfighting, wager which dog will savage the other.

 

Card Games:

Full house, motherf*cker.

 

Blackjack:

Classic 21.

 

Hi-Lo:

Turn based guessing game. Surprisingly popular with bikers.

 

Poker:

Backroom favorite. Underground and invite only.

 

Machine:

 

Slots:

Crank that one-armed bandit and hope you strike out.

 

Sports:

 

Greyhound Racing:

Available at the Flagstaff Dog Track.

 

Horse Racing:

Thoroughbreads at the historic Seminole Park.

 

Pro Football:

Wager on teams from Liberty to San Andreas with your local bookie.

 

Street:

Confidence games ran by hustlers on sidewalks and in backalleys.

 

Dice:

Stake your money and shoot.

 

Three-Card Monte:

Is the hand really faster than the eye?

 

Wagers:

Put your money where your mouth is.

 

Arm Wrestling:

Classic test of strength.

 

Dwarf Tossing:

Who can throw the midget the furthest?

 

Pool:

Fancy yourself as a pool shark?

 

Russian Roulette:

The ultimate test. One bullet, one spin of the wheel.

 

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Heat dictates how gangs and law enforcement in Grand Theft Auto VI interact with the protagonist. Accessed through your Empire HQ, the Heat tab displays your standing with various gangs in the Vice Metropolitan area and the pressure you are under by various agencies.

 

The variables that add to heat are obvious to the player: rampaging in Little Haiti will score you major problems with the Haitians and the D.D.R. Their dealers will refuse to buy from you and fences associated with that gang will pay you piss poor on the dollar. Cop killer? Expect your Police Heat to soar and police aggression to double. Police Heat max out? You will be captured at your next save and sent to prison. The full effects of heat on gameplay are as follows:

 

Bounty:

So, that old lady you mowed down just so happened to be the mother of the local town gangster. He's placed $5,000 on your head to avenge his poor mother's hip and various mercenaries will attempt to collect on it until you're dog food. Bounties will be removed if you happen to kill one of your attackers. Bigger bounties attract more serious teams of mercenaries.

 

Gang Hostility:

Dictates how gangs respond to you on the streets and the prices you receieve from underworld contacts. NPCs may sell you out to gain favor with enemies of yours. Hostility may run positive or negative.

 

Neg 1: Gang becomes hostile. They will work to surround and beat you in their turf.

Neg 2: Gangs will shoot on sight you're in their territory.

Neg 3: Gangs will hunt you down and attempt to kill you.

Neg 4: Gangs are out to burn down your buildings and properties.

 

Pos 1: Gang will defend you. If cops chase you through their neighbourhood, they will fire upon them.

Pos 2: Gang will lease out backup to you.

Pos 3: Gang will favour your business. Buy prices increased, sell costs decreased.

Pos 4: Gang will take care of your dirty work. Prevents you gaining Cop/Gang Heat.

 

Police Heat:

Dictates your police response. If this gets high enough, the FIB will be sent directly to you rather than the local PD. In full, the effects of Police Heat are:

 

 

Level 1: Increased response to your visibility.

Level 2: Undercover police will tail you.

Level 3: Police will raid your businesses and crack down on your rackets.

Level 4: Arrested! Taken to prison at your next save.

 

Payoffs:

Payoffs are a measure of your willing to repent your sins. While gangs can be remedied by payment, cops are able to be approached not only to turn their backs on your illegitimate activities but fuel them by taking part in your continuing criminal enterprise.

 

There are three levels of cop bribe: $5,000 to clear level 1 heat, $25,000 to wipe your level 2 heat and $75,000 to halt the raids on your businesses. Acquire the corrupt cop contact and you will be able to hire the police force to take care of your dirty work: this can be anything from increasing a rival's cop heat and causing a sting to assassinations.

 

Playing Off:

Classic Two-Bit Hit. Dress up as a rival, cruise into rival gang territory and let loose. Watch conflict between the two gangs unfold. Be warned: if you're caught and unmasked, it's coming back to haunt you.

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Posted 21 July 2014 - 04:44 AM Edited by Tyla, 10 October 2014 - 09:12 PM.


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Heists return in Grand Theft Auto VI, expanded and redefined. Available in various degrees in free-roam, heists are complex high-risk, high-payout endeavours with dynamic, multi-faceted features that dictate the outcome and consequences thereafter.

 

Contract Scores:

Contract scores are jobs offered to the player from outside sources. This will involve a meet with the source (or their middleman) and a rundown of the plans. Loud or Subtle options are determined by the contractor, as are crew and the player's role in the heist. You will be offered a share of the take that your skills demand. The variables of contract scores are as follows:

 

Doublecross:

Taking the loot for your own. You kill the rest of the crew involved. This severely impacts Honor; Fame rises dramatically if you succeed.

 

Skills in Demand:

Your skills (see Training) command your cut. High skills will attract A-league scores.

 

Tasks:

You will be assigned your share of the dirty work; capturing photos, sourcing a getaway car, assembling weapons or sourcing equipment.

 

Crew:

Crew, while assembled as simply as in Grand Theft Auto: V with the range expanded according to your contacts, have several variables. The cowboy is a gung-ho killer with a short temper who won't hesitate in shooting first and asking questions later. The professional has done this kind of thing before, maintains his cool and calm and completes his role to the full. The backstabber makes an attempt to get away with the entirety of the loot, attempting to kill you and the rest of the crew in the process. The wannabe will be inexperienced and make mistakes all over the place while the mastermind provides intricate, ingenious planning.

 

 

Front Money:

Up front prerequisite to heist prep. When taking a contract score, you will be provided with front money to assemble tools, weapons and a getaway car for the heist. Money can also be used to rent a property close to the heist location.

 

Training:

Training is available both in contract scores and your own heists.

 

Proficiency:

Player's heist skills. Training can be used to specialise in skill sets pertaining to their role in heist; Gunman (Accuracy, Resilience, etc); Logistics (Relay, Alarms); Driver (ZONE ability); Entryman (Safecracking, Drilling)

 

Each role comes with its own mini-game that you will perform during the heist. Relay involves scanning police traffic for alarm relays and call outs. Alarm involves disabling/destroying the alarm system before the heist takes place. Safecracking is similar to RDR; Drilling may involve breaking into a building through a weak point or may involve burning through a vault.

 

Your Own Score:

 

Plan:

Scout the score or send a proficient (this will impact the quality of the plans you receive) logistics man out to retrieve information. Dictate escape routes, take target, time limit and Subtle/Obvious direction. Establish crew.

 

Prep:

Provide Front Money to assemble tools, vehicles and weapons. Suggested option will buy you the recommended kit; you can cut corners if on a budget. This funding will go to delegated crew. Optionally, you can prepare by yourself.

 

Execute:

Take the score!

 

Fence:

Offload your take to one of many fences. Your return on the dollar will depend on who your fence is associated with, your reputation and your cop heat.

 


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The Vice end of Grand Theft Auto VI, pimping is a multi-layered feature that involves managing an interactive stable of whores and competing with rival pimps for corners. Prominent in the early storyline, the protagonist will also have to fend off competition from pimps attempting to recruit their girls.

 

Brothels:

Whorehouses established by the protagonist. These are a racket option (see: Businesses & Property) and allow the player to house five whores. Brothels return an income per whore and are susceptible to raids by police. Brothels are ran by your bottom bitch - Betsy, by default.

 

 

Corners:

Corners are dominated by streetwalkers - the more corners you own, the more whores you can send out to get that money. Rival pimps will mark their territory, hanging out in customised Esperanto's with tons of muscle enforcing their rule. Take them out to take over. Be warned: your rivals will come back at you - cops will bust your whores.

 

Stable:

Consists of your hookers/call girls - up to ten of them per brothel. Bottom Bitch Betsy will run your initial brothel, deliver your cut and report to you any problems. Stables are where you dictate what kind of pimp you want to be. Do you want to have girls walking the streets? Do you want high class call girls servicing the rich and powerful?

 

The player will recruit hookers from a pool of thirty, each with their distinct personality. Certain girls will get jealous, harming your other girls. Others will fall prey to the charms of other pimps. Build your stable carefully.


 
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New to Grand Theft Auto, the player will be imprisoned if Busted! during gameplay or their Police Attention (see: Heat) reaches the highest levels.

 

Prison sentences are no longer than seven days game time. The protagonist has little access to nothing more than a small television and a bed, which can be used to pass the time. Lawyers will directly impact how much time the player has to spend incarcerated, if any at all. Prison gym is available to increase the player's in-game skills: handball is available to increase stamina. Contacts can be made. Heat outside can affect how you are treated inside prison.

 

Additionally, the player can make an escape attempt. This will involve assembling the necessary tools and crew.


 
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Takeovers replace the violent acquisition of property known in Vice City Stories as empire building. Takeovers are aggressive moves against your rivals that see the protagonist acquire territory, rackets and fronts. There are three levels of takeover: the racket - an illegal business ran by the target gang -- the storage - storage space held by rival gang. Allows you to acquire all of their items stored at that property (this is where informants are useful!) and increase your own storage -- the plaza - main turf/headquarters of business. The most heavily guarded of the three. Taking over the Plaza renders all illegal business in that territory yours. Will severely weaken that gang's presence on the streets but not eliminate; they will slowly rebuild with their goal being to regain their Plaza.

 

Each organized crime group has their own Plaza:

 

Angels of Death MC - Clubhouse (Downtown)

Colombians - Siren Mall (Siren)

Haitians - The Lab (Little Haiti)

Jamaicans - The Weed Plantation (Bahamas)

Mafia - Cafe Napoli (Roca Baton)

Marelitos - The Freighter (Viceport)

Rednecks - The Ranch (Jaega County)

The Lost MC - Jaega Airfield

Triads - Construction Site (North Point)

Vice Boys - Apartment Block (Undertown)

 

These locations are extremely dangerous. The player will not be able to mount an assault without the aid of crew.

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Grand Theft Auto VI features a wealth of side missions geared to the criminally inclined. Also featured are the return of many favourites last seen in III era Grand Theft Auto, such as paramedic and firefighter.

 

Arms Trafficking:

The basis of which returning from Grand Theft Auto V, Arms Trafficking takes on four different forms as the player competes for gun running profits in the Vice Metropolitan Area.

 

The Competition

Directly wage assault on rival arms smugglers by attacking their operation or defend your own by thwarting their plans. Being the aggressor allows the player to collect the competition's profits and if possible, steal their cache.

 

The Purchase

Make a deal for a cache of arms and transport them back to your warehouse. Purchases are made in bulk for the weapon class of your discretion: Handguns, SMGs, Assault Rifles or Heavy weaponry -- anything with resale value. Prices vary greatly between classes.

 

Also bear in mind: such deals are rarely likely to go smoothly. Be on your guard for cowboys.

 

The Run

Contract transportation work in which the player moves a cache of weapons to their appropriate destinations. Arms may end up in the hands of gangsters, mercenaries or paramilitary forces: it isn't your job to judge, it's your job to deliver.

 

The runs you are offered depend entirely on your means. Simply owning the Native Armament property allows you to traffic guns on a ground level -- meaning you will be using the Dune Buggy or Moonrunner to transport weapons by land. Acquiring Jaega Airfield from The Lost MC will allow you to traffic weapons by air and deliver to drop zones. Alternatively, the player can align with TLMC to access air trafficking, at a forfeit of 50% from your cut.

 

The Sale

Arrange to offload your purchased cache. Selling weapons is entirely player dictated and utilizes the same real-time technology as the drug economy. This means the prices of weapons will fluctuate depending on how much heat is on the arms trade, how many weapons of the class you are attempting to sell are already in circulation, and so forth. Sales are done with the same principals of purchases -- watch your back and don't underestimate the other guy's greed.

 

Assassinations:

Various degrees of contract killing. You will be given a mark, provided with a location and promised a price. Assassination variables are as follows:

 

The Gangland Killing

The Obstacle

The Revenge

 

Gangland killings involve doing the bidding of one gang against the other and making sure a message is sent. These contracts may have certain clauses you will need to fulfill to complete, making them especially challenging. Depending on your approach, you may or may not face reprisals.

 

Murdering obstacles is similar to Lester Crest's assassination missions in GTAV: someone is in the way - a witness or a businessman holding up a deal - that will affect the in-game economy in some way. These assassinations must be done within a specific time and preferably, involve your use of stealth.

 

Revenge attacks are farmed out to you by vengeful third parties that are often civilian. They want blood for a battered daughter, a certain injustice, or maybe they're just a sicko willing to pay for you to live out their fantasy? The contractor usually won't care how these are done as long as they're done - thriving on attention, the only question is whether or not they'll be around long enough afterwards to deliver up your payment.

 

Burglary:

Returning from Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, burglary gives the player the opportunity to break and enter, required that they have ownership of a Boxville and access to storage.

 

Degrees of property have better security systems that you will need to be prepared to breach with additional crew if necessary. Mansions, especially those on Starfish Island, are privately guarded 24 hours a day. Warehouses in Viceport also feature sophisticated alarm, but if you grease the guard's palms you'll be able to get in and out without a wanted level.

 

After stealing your haul, you will store the loot at a lock up and find a fence to offload the merch to. Different fences handle different goods and your reward will depend on this.

 

Car Theft:

Steal to order list of vehicles provided by various contacts, often anonymous -- always willing to pay top dollar. After fulfilling the list, you are able to sell any hot vehicle through the dealership for a flat rate.

 

Repo List:

With thanks to Blingy.

 

Mission NameTarget VehicleLink
Don't Be NRVOUS!Grotti 550 GT Cabrio AndreasClick
Easy PreyGrotti Venator GTClick
CD Repo ManDeclasse StarClick
Racin' In The CityRikkert MantisClick
Pfister ChristianPfister ApsisClick

 

Drug Dealing:

Street level dealing of a variety of drugs, quantity of which influenced by your actions within the drug economy. See features -- drug dealing for a detailed synopsis.

 

Firefighter:

With oxygen mechanics similar to that of GTAV's The Bureau Raid, simply head to your local fire station and volunteer. There are several degrees of firefighting: the rescue, the flaming wreck and burning property.

 

Paramedic:

As with firefighter, simply volunteer at the local hospital. You will be required to race victims back to the hospital in the given time limit before they code. In other missions - flight license pending - you may be required to take charge of the Air Ambulance.

 

Pimping:

Build up a stable of whores to pimp out. See features -- pimping for details.

 

Taxi:

Classic taxi fare activated by pressing R3/R stick. Accessible by entering any cab.

 

Vigilante:

Thanks to damaging cases of corruption and significant brutality dismissals, VCPD resort to outsourcing to private security contractors to tackle out of control crime rates.


 
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Air Tour:

Breathtaking views of the Vice Metropolitan Area by air.

 

Arcade Games:

Access any Degenatron or Womb Polluter machine to play.

 

Carnival:

Big wheel, bumper cars and shooting gallery.

 

Car Cruises:

Vehicle specific meets for enthusiasts. Several routes throughout the map. Simply cruise and enjoy.

 

Street Racing contacts can also be met and challenged here.

 

Dating:

Looking for an easy screw? Check out the personals in the Vice City Sentinel. Threesomes more your thing? Head over to a car key party in Colonial Way.

 

Certain dates will provide you with perks.

 

Drinking:

Frequent your favourite bar. Select your poison from a drop down list.

 

Eating:

Walk into a restaurant, take a table and order up a big, juicy steak. Yeah, that's right - realistic steak.

 

Drive-thru's and fast food available for the skinflint. Hot Dog stands located through the map.

 

Ice Cream more your thing? Buy a 69 at the beach.

 

Fishing:

Available at Key Lorca pier. Sell your catch to the local fishmonger.

 

Golf:

Frequent one of many golf courses located throughout the map, each with their own challenges. Crazy golf also available.

 

Gym:

Increase your strength and unlock special abilities at the gym. Mastering the Squat will increase Gara's ability to jump; mastering the Bench Press will increase damage inflicted; mastering the Deadlift will boost your resilience to hand-to-hand damage.

 

Gym also adds a thickness to Gara's player model similar to that seen with armor in GTA5.

 

Movies:

Hit a theatre or drive-in to catch a movie. See Media Content for what's on.

 

Races:

Head over to the Hyman Memorial Stadium to try your hand at the Blood Ring, Hot Ring or the Destruction Derby.

 

Swamp Races:

Fan boat races through the Grasslands.

 

Tennis:

Several courts around the map. Play doubles with friends.


 
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Choose from a wide variety of clothing faithful to the excess and tragic debauchery of the 1980s. Popular are suit separates and sportswear, while windbreakers, athletic gear and Hawaiian Shirts cut it for casual wear. Double Denim does it for the daring, while metallic suits and windowpane check make a statement with formal wear.

 

New to Grand Theft Auto VI is the ability to have a suit tailored. Drop by Rafael's on Ocean Beach, pay the flat $5,000 fee and select the colors you desire. You will choose the suit color and the suit lining color -- the suit will simply be delivered to your wardrobe.

 

Full wardrobe coming soon.

 

Hairstyles:

The Vice Metropolitan Area is served by the hair style franchise Of Mullets & Men. Several cuts are available:

 

The Electric Blue: Full blown mullet in all it's glory.

The Feathered: Popular full bodied growth of hair.

The Hawk: Insane do for when you just don't give a f*ck.

The Kojak: Bald is beautiful, baby.

The Shape Up: Close cropped default cut.

The Slicker: Greased up.

The Whisper: Full body of hair with blonde highlights.

 

Tattoos:

Crude blue, biro ink tattoos are available as memoirs of time you spend behind bars.

 

 


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Exploder:

Classic Jack Howitzer. What started it all - one disgruntled Vet, one dirt bike and one sleepy North Yankton town about to pay the price for freedom. Rated PG for Patriotic Gush.

 

 

Ghoulbusters:

Five working collar stiffs battling supernatural elements on Midtown Algonquin. Their sidekick is a big green snot called Spunker.

 

Rockford Hills Cop:

Well-to-do cop with a bad record tracking down his brother's killers to Rockford Hills. Encounters plenty trouble along the way but manages to jive his way out of it and emerge from the whole thing with his badge intact and two new sidekick buddies.

 

Rum Runner:

The original gangster epic - Vice City's masterpiece. 1973 Richards Majestic film that depicts 1920s gangster Eddie Olson's rise from small town Canadian hood to nationwide bootlegger.

 

Try Hard II: Try Harder.

Sixty stories. Two machine guns. One white vest.

 

Elizabeth:

Prime time soap opera centering around oil rich New Austin tycoons.

 

Just The Five of Us:

Third season sitcom revolving around the Chesterfield family and three unlikely adoptees: a pyromaniac, a drunken hobo and an investment banker with a growth related disease. Classic comedy.

 

Yuppie & The Alien:

He was a well-to-do cop, transferred to a troubled precinct Downtown. His new partner is a space traveller, with a passion for justice. Yuppie & The Alien!


 
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Civilian

 

Vehicle NameVehicle Counterpart
Albany Alpha Cadillac Allante
Albany Buccaneer Chevrolet Monte Carlo
Albany Emperor Cadillac Fleetwood
Albany EmpressCadillac Seville Grandeur Opera
Albany Esperanto Pontiac Bonneville
Albany FranklinCadillac Eldorado Biarittz
Albany Manana 1967 Cadillac Eldorado
Albany Presidente 1986 Cadillac Fleetwood Stretch
Albany Primo 1988 Cadillac Seville
Albany Washington 1985 Cadillac Seville
AMA Altruist AMC Eagle
AMA Polaris AMC Matador
AMA Velite AMC Javelin
Annis Elegy Nissan Skyline R31
Annis Euros Datsun 280ZX
Annis Prinia Nissan Silvia S12
Argyle Coyote Plymouth Road Runner
Argyle Fuselage Plymouth Reliant
Argyle Greenwood 1985 Plymouth Gran Fury
Argyle Oceanic Dodge Polara
Argyle Prospect 1977 Plymouth Fury
Benefactor Feltzer Mercedes Benz R107
Benefactor Glendale Mercedes Benz W123
Benefactor Schafter Mercedes Benz W126
Benefactor Schwartzer Mercedes Benz W126 AMG
Benefactor Stretch Mercedes Limo
BF Club VW Golf
BF Electro VW Scirrocco
Bollokan Prairie Isuzu Piazza
Bravado BansheeDodge Viper Concept
Bravado Champion Shelby Charger
Bravado Dukes Dodge Charger
Bravado Feroci Shelby Lancer
Bravado Gauntlet Dodge Challenger
Bravado Tampa Dodge Dart
Cheval Clover Chevrolet Nova SS
Cheval Fugitive Chevrolet Impala SS
Cheval Picador Chevrolet El Camino SS
Cheval Sabre Chevrolet Monte Carlo SS
Classique Destrier Oldsmobile Toronado
Classique Frigate Oldsmobile Cutlass Cruiser
Classique Nebula Oldsmobile Firenza
Classique Stallion 1974 Oldsmobile 442
Cutler CapsuleTucker Torpedo
Declasse Asea Chevrolet Celebrity
Declasse Coquette1955 Chevrolet Corvette
Declasse Merit Chevrolet Impala
Declasse Premier Chevrolet Caprice
Declasse Rhapsody AMC Pacer
Declasse Sabre GT Buick GSX
Declasse Tornado Chevrolet Bel Air
Declasse Vigero Chevrolet Camaro I-ROC
Declasse Voodoo 1961 Chevrolet Impala
Deimos Bravura Mercury Cougar
Deimos Hellenbach GT 1971 Mercury Cougar
Deimos Hermes 1949 Ford Custom
DeLarge Deluxo DeLorean DMC-12
Dewbauchee Exemplar Aston Martin Lagonda
Dewbauchee Massacro Aston Martin V8 Zagato
Dewbauchee Rapid GT Aston Martin V8 Vantage
Dinka Blista Compact Honda CRX
Dinka Hakumai Honda Prelude
Dinka Jester Toyota Supra
Dinka PerennialToyota Crown Wagon
Dundreary Admiral 1972 Mercury Marquis
Dundreary BroadwayFord Mainline
Dundreary Craton Lincoln Mark VII LSC
Dundreary Envoy 1986 Lincoln Continental
Dundreary Metropolitan Lincoln Town Car
Dundreary OdysseyLincoln Futura
Dundreary Regina Mercury Colony Park
Dundreary Remington Lincoln Town Car Lowrider
Dundreary Virgo Lincoln Continental
Enus Stafford Rolls Royce Silver Shadow
Enus Super Diamond Bentley Mulsanne
Grotti Cheetah Ferrari Testarossa
Grotti Stinger Ferrari Daytona
Grotti Turismo Ferrari F40
Imponte Angelus Pontiac Catalina
Imponte Devastator Pontiac Fiero GT
Imponte Phoenix Pontiac Trans AM
Imponte Ruiner 1985 Pontiac Trans AM
Imponte Tahoma 1978 Pontiac Grand Prix
Invetro Coquette Chevrolet Corvette
Karin Futo Toyota AE86 Trueno Levin
Karin Intruder Toyota Corolla E80
Karin Kuruma Mitsubishi Lancer
Karin Sultan Toyota MR2
Lampadati Felon Maserati Bi Turbo
Lampadati Pigalle Citroen SM
Maibatsu Thunder Mitsubishi Starion
Maibatsu ZR-250 Mazda RX-7
Marcel Chamon Renault 5 Turbo
Marcel Chavos Peugeot 405
Marcel RocketAlpine A310
Obey Quarantra Audi Quattro
Obey Tailgater Audi V8
Ocelot Jackal Daimler Sovereign
Ocelot Windsor Jaguar XJS
Overflod Destiny SAAB 900
Overflod Previon SAAB 99 Turbo
Pegassi Infernus Lamborghini Countach LP500
Pegassi Vacca Lamborghini Jalpa
Pfister Centaur Porsche 928
Pfister Comet Porsche 930
Pfister Kuiper Porsche 959
Putz ChazalStutz Blackhawk
Renda A1 Vector W2
Rikkert Mantis Opel Manta
Schyster Ambassador Chrysler Imperial Limousine
Schyster Fusilade Chrysler LeBaron
Schyster PMPChrysler Newport Custom
Schyster StatesmanChrysler Newport
Trojan V8 Ghost Lotus Esprit
Ubermacht Oracle BMW 728I
Ubermacht Sentinel BMW 635CSI
Ubermacht Zion BMW M1
Vapid Blade Ford Falcon Sprint
Vapid Dominator Ford Mustang II Cobra
Vapid Fortune Ford Thunderbird
Vapid Hawk V8Ford XB Falcon GT
Vapid Monroe DeTomaso Pantera
Vapid Moonrunner Ford LTD
Vapid Peyote 1958 Ford Thunderbird
Vapid Stanier Ford LTD Crown Victoria
Vapid ToreroFord Taurus
Vapid UranusFord Escort EXP
Vulcar FlashVolvo 480 Turbo
Vulcar IngotVolvo 760
Weeny Inni Mini Cooper
Willard ConvoyBuick Electra
Willard Faction Buick Grand National
Willard Idaho Buick Riviera
Willard Marbelle 1988 Buick Century
Willard SolairBuick Skyhawk Wagon
Willard Willard Buick LeSabre
Zirconium StratumSubaru Leone
Zirconium Stratus Subaru XT

 

Fleet

 

Vehicle NameVehicle Counterpart
Albany BoneboxCadillac Ambulance
Bickle CabbieChecker Marathon
Declasse AmbulanceChevrolet Ambulance
Declasse TaxiChevrolet Caprice
Highway InterceptorFord Mustang HP
Highway RoadcruiserChrysler Newport
LaGuardia FiretruckAmerican LaFrance Engine
MTL Fire TruckPierce Fire Truck
Police CruiserFord LTD Crown Victoria
Police InterceptorPorsche Turbo
Police PursuitDodge Diplomat
Police RancherChevrolet Blazer
Police ResponseDodge Monaco
SWAT VanChevrolet Step Van
Unmarked Prowler1980 Plymouth Gran Fury
Unmarked PursuitMercury Grand Marquis
Unmarked RancherChevrolet Suburban
Unmarked Response1985 Plymouth Gran Fury
Unmarked WagonMercury Colony Park
Vapid TaxiFord LTD Crown Victoria
Williams Firetruck 1977 Ward LaFrance

 

Vans/Trucks/SUV

 

Vehicle NameVehicle Counterpart
Bravado BisonDodge RAM
Bravado GourangaDodge Rampage
Bravado Rat LoaderRat Loader
Bravado YougaDodge Sport Van
Canis BodhiKaiser M175
Canis MesaJeep Wrangler
Canis SeminoleJeep Cherokee
Declasse BoxvilleChevrolet Step Van
Declasse BurritoGMC Vandura
Declasse SpeedoChevyvan
Declasse Venturer1965 GMC C/K
Declasse WaltonGMC 150
Declasse WildsideGMC K-2500 High Sierra
Karin RebelToyota Hilux
Pegassi MercenaryLamborghini LM002
Schyster MoonbeamDodge Caravan
Vapid BobcatGMC C/K
Vapid ContenderFord F350
Vapid RumpoFord Econoline
Vapid SadlerFord F250
Vapid Sandking1978 Ford Monster
Zirconium BLAT Subaru BRAT

 

Bikes

 

Vehicle NameVehicle Counterpart
Dinka AkumaHonda RC-30
Dinka BF-400Honda Hawk
Dinka JourneyHonda Gold Wing
Dinka StreetfighterHonda CX-500
Dinka VictoryHonda Elite
Maibatsu SanchezYamaha XT-250
Nagasaki RaptorKawasaki ZX-900
Pegassi Bati 800Ducati 900 SS
Principe FaggioPiaggio T5
Principe VentosoPiaggio Boss
Sh*tzu PCJ-600Suzuki Katana
Steel Horse Zombie BHarley Davidson Fat Bob
Ubermacht TerminatorBMW K1
VCPD WintergreenHarley Davidson Electra Glide Police
Western AngelHarley Davidson Shovelhead
Western FreewayHarley Davidson Panhead
Western NightbladeHarley Davidson Knucklehead
Western WolfsbaneHarley Davidson Sportster Custom

 

Gang Vehicles

 

Vehicle NameVehicle Counterpart
AOD AngelHarley Shovlehead Custom
Cartel CruiserLamborghini LM002
Cuban Hermes1949 Mercury Montrey
Cuban SchachterMercedes 190 AMG
Dixie General1969 Dodge Charger
Dixie PresidenteCadillac Fleetwood Limousine
Haitian Fugitive1967 Chevrolet Impala
Haitian Voodoo1960 Chevrolet Impala
Mafia FelonMaserati Biturbo
TLMC Zombie BHarley Davidson Fat Bob
Triad VelocityHonda Civic
Viceboys CratonLincoln LSC
Yardie Lobo1970 Buick Wildcat
Yardie OracleBMW 728I

 

 

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"One thing you gotta realise about this town: you gotta pack some heat."

Lance Vance

 

"Always carry heat in these Vice City streets."

GTAF member Official General

 

Weapons in GTAVI are structured as such to engender a feeling of progression as new avenues of armament are unlocked.

 

The gunplay of Grand Theft Auto VI aims to be reflective of the spray and pray culture of the 1980s Miami drug underworld, with an emphasis on sub-machine gun street battles and collateral damage. Returning to a reticule similar to Grand Theft Auto IV, aiming comprises of two parts: the inner reticule - your precision and the outer reticule - your spray. Each reticule will expand outward according to how precise/loose you are with your shooting. The use of weapon customisation - in particular scopes - will fade out spray and place a greater emphasis on precision.

 

Melee combat retains the environmental responsiveness of Grand Theft Auto IV: London, encouraging the player to use the various elements of their immediate environment to their advantage. Hand-to-hand combat focuses on stick sensitive bob and weave defences and a blistering offence that centres around biting, gouging and grappling with a heavy emphasis on finishing moves. In addition, taunting allows the player to provoke opponents.

 

The player's hand-to-hand experience will, for the most part, be limited as opposed to their engaging in armed combat. The Vice Metropolitan Area is a festering hub of gun crime: warring gangs and paranoid civilians. Expect almost everyone to be armed. Wandering around Undertown? You won't be able to miss the Vice Boys walking around with AKs thrown over their shoulders. Attempt to mug a civilian? Don't be surprised if they try and pull an SNS from their purse. Honk your horn in road rage? The lead will fly.

 

Hell. If you even look suspicious, you are liable to be shot.

 

Carry your heat.

 

Pistols

 

Pistol

Standard 9MM sidearm of the VCPD.

Based on the Beretta M9.

 

Combat Pistol

State of the art handgun. Chambered in a heavier round than the standard pistol.

Based on S&W 645.

 

Heavy Pistol

Seven round lawgiver with an impressive twelve inch barrel.

Based on the Wildey Pistol.

 

Hunting Pistol

Big boar single shot pistol ideal for hunting game. Optional longsight attachment.

Based on the Magnum Research Lone Eagle.

 

Revolvers

 

SNS Revolver

Saturday Night Special. It's got a barrel that's blue and gold. Ain't good for nothin' - but it'll put a man six feet in a hole.

 

Service Revolver

Police issue .38 in service as the primary sidearm of officers in both Jaega and Tequesta counties.

Based on the S&W Model 10.

 

Double Action Revolver

The great equalizer. Smooth firing six-shot .357, finished in nickel. Scope optional.

Based on the Colt Python.

 

Machine Pistols/SMGs

 

Automatic Pistol

Custom full-auto pistol with foregrip and 22-round magazine.

Based on the Lebman 1911 Machine Pistol.

 

Machine Pistol

Gangland favourite. 30-round capacity with optional suppressor.

Based on the MAC-10.

 

SMG

Standard 9MM sub-machine gun.

Based on the UZI.

 

Assault SMG

SWAT issue SMG.

Based on the S&W Model 76.

 

Shotguns

 

Stubby Shotgun

Shortened barrel shotgun with front grip. Popular with bodyguards.

Based on the Wilson Arms Executive Protection.

 

Pump-Action Shotgun

Long barrelled 12 gauge shotgun favoured by various agencies.

Based on Mossberg 500A Mariner.

 

Bullpup Shotgun

Semi-automatic shotgun with removable flashlight attachment.

Based on High Standard Model 10.

 

Combat Shotgun

Eight round semi-auto 12 gauge.

Based on Franchi SPAS-12.

 

Assault Rifles

 

Assault Rifle

Soviet rifle famed for it's reliability and versatility. Suppressor and grenade launcher attachments available.

Based on the AKM.

 

Carbine Rifle

Standard US service rifle as likely to be used by law enforcement as much as infantrymen.

Based on M16A1.

 

Bullpup Rifle

Bullpup assault rifle with telescopic sight.

Based on the Steyr AUG.

 

Sniper Rifles

 

Sniper Rifle

Standard sniper rifle, available with extended magazine and advanced scope upgrade.

Based on M21.

 

Combat Rifle

Laser sighted marksman rifle.

Based on SVD Dragunov.

 

Heavy

 

MG

Heavy duty machine gun, finding it's way into the hands of cartel and private militia.

Based on M60.

 

RPG

Standard rocket launcher. Longsight available to assist aiming.

Based on RPG-7.

 

SAM

Guided missile launcher.

Based on FIM-92 Stinger.

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Posted 21 July 2014 - 04:55 AM Edited by Tyla, 01 February 2015 - 01:20 PM.

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1) A-Ha – “The Sun Always Shines On TV”
2) The B-52’s – “Summer Of Love”
3) Beloius Some – “Imagination”
4) Billy Idol – “Eyes Without A Face”
5) Bruce Springsteen – “Dancing In The Dark”
6) Comsat Angels – “I’m Falling”
7) Dire Straits - "Money For Nothing"
8) Duran Duran - "Save A Prayer"
9) Fine Young Cannibals – “She Drives Me Crazy”
10) Huey Lewis & The News – “I Want A New Drug”
11) INXS – “Listen Like Thieves”
12) Johnny Hates Jazz – “Shattered Dreams”
13) Level 42 – “The Sun Goes Down (Livin’ It Up)”
14) Mental As Anything – “Live It Up”
15) Missing Persons - "Windows"
16) New Order – “True Faith”

17) Pet Shop Boys - "Heart"

18) Phil Collins - "Sussudio"
19) The Primatives - "Crash"
20) Pseudo Echo – “Fast Cars”
21) The Romantics – “Talking In Your Sleep”
22) Rolling Stones – “Miss You”
23) Simply Red – “Come To My Aid”
24) Spandau Ballet – “Only When You Leave”
25) U2 - "New Year's Day"

 

 

 
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1) A Flock Of Seagulls – “What Am I Supposed To Do?”
2) Berlin – “No More Words”
3) Blancmange – “Don’t Tell Me”
4) Bronski Beat - "Run From Love"
5) China Crisis – “Animals In Jungles”
6) Duran Duran - "Rio"

7) Eurythmics – “Sweet Dreams”

8) Frankie Goes To Hollywood - "Welcome To The Pleasuredome"

9) Gary Numan – “M.E.”

10) Haircut 100 - "Boy Meets Girl"

11) Howard Jones - "New Song"

12) Human League – “Don’t You Want Me”

13) Kajagoogoo – “Ooh To Be Aah”

14) Ministry - "Revenge"

15) New Order – “Bizarre Love Triangle”

16) OMD – “If You Leave”

17) Orange Juice – “Rip It Up”

18) The Police - "Voices"

19) Public Image LTD - "This Is Not A Love Song"

20) Simple Minds – “Don't You (Forget About Me)”

21) Soft Cell – “Secret Life”

22) Tears For Fears – “Everybody Wants To Rule The World”

23) Tom Tom Club – “Genius Of Love”

24) Ultravox – “Maximum Acceleration”

25) Yazoo – “Situation”

 

 

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1) Accept – “Fast As A Shark”

2) Anthrax – “A.I.R.”

3) Billy Squier – “Everybody Wants You”

4) Bon Jovi – “You Give Love A Bad Name”

5) Def Leppard - "Animal"

6) Dio – “Rainbow In The Dark”

7) Dokken – “Kiss Of Death”

8) Guns N Roses – “Out Ta Get Me”

9) Iron Maiden – “The Trooper”

10) Judas Priest – “Reckless”

11) L.A. Guns – “Shoot To Thrill”

12) McAuley Schenker Group - "Gimme Your Love"

13) Megadeth – “Killing Is My Business (And Business Is Good)”

14) Motley Crue – “Girls, Girls, Girls”

15) Motorhead – “Shine”

16) Ozzy Osbourne – “Crazy Train”

17) Queensryche – “Blinded”

18) Poison – “Nothin’ But A Good Time”

19) Ratt – “Wanted Man”

20) Saxon – “Broken Heroes”

21) Scorpions – “The Zoo”

22) Tesla – “Modern Day Cowboy”

23) Thin Lizzy – “Cold Sweat”

24) Van Halen – “Panama”

25) W.A.S.P. – “I Wanna Be Somebody”

 

 

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1) Atlantic Starr – “When Love Calls”

2) Barbara Mason - "Another Man (Is Loving Mine)"

3) Bobby Womack – “Tell Me Why”

4) Brothers Johnson – “Strawberry Letter #23”

5) Chaka Khan – “Ain’t Nobody”

6) Cherelle – “Will You Satisfy”

7) Evelyn "Champagne" King - "Stop That"

8) Gap Band – “Big Fun”

9) Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes – “Today’s Your Lucky Day”

10) Loose Ends – “Stay A Little While”

11) Maze – “Joy And Pain”

12) MTume - "Prime Time"

13) Patrice Rushen – "Feels So Real"

14) Pointer Sisters - "I Need You"

15) Rose Royce – “Love Don’t Live Here Any More”

16) Sade – “Paradise”

17) S.O.S Band – “The Finest”

18) Surface - "Falling In Love"

19) Vanity – “Under The Influence”

20) 52nd Street – “Tell Me”

 

 

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1) Deodato - "Skyscrapers"

2) Herb Alpert - "Rise"

3) Irakare - "Chekere Son"

4) Lonnie Liston Smith - "Voodoo Woman"

5) MFSB - "K-Jee"

6) Mongo Santamaria - "Carnival"

7) Poncho Sanchez - "Manteca"

8) Ray Barretto - "El Nuevo Barretto"

9) Ray Mantilla - "Laye"

10) Wilfredo Stephenson - "Giant Steps"

 

 

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1) Aretha Franklin - "Who's Zoomin' Who"

2) Billy Ocean - "Loverboy"

3) DeBarge – “Rhythm Of The Night”

4) Evelyn Champagne King - "Givin' You My Love"

5) Freeez - "I.O.U"

6) Gladys Knight & The Pips – “Save The Overtime For Me”

7) Larry Graham – “Sooner Or Later”

8) Lionel Richie - "Dancing On The Ceiling"

9) Madonna – “Into The Groove”

10) Michael Jackson – “P.Y.T”

11) Miami Sound Machine – “Dr. Beat”

12) Midnight Star - "Playmates"

13) Nu Shooz - "Lost Your Number"

14) Pointer Sisters - "Dare Me"

15) Prince – “I Would Die 4 U”

16) Rockwell – “Somebody’s Watching Me”

17) Scritti Polliti - "Boom! (There She Was)"

18) Shannon - "Sweet Somebody"

19) Sybil Thomas - "Rescue Me"

20) Whitney Houston - "I Wanna Dance With Somebody"

 

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1) Aldo Nova - "Fantasy"

2) Billy Idol - "Flesh For Fantasy"

3) David Bowie - "Criminal World"

4) David Lee Roth - "Big Trouble"

5) Dire Straits – “Brothers In Arms”

6) Fleetwood Mac – “Little Lies”

7) Foreigner – “Tooth And Nail”

8) Genesis – “Man On The Corner”

9) Glenn Frey – “You Belong To The City”

10) Hall & Oates – “Crime Pays”

11) Jerry Harrison – “Rev It Up”

12) Loverboy - "Turn Me Loose"

13) Peter Gabriel - "Shock The Monkey"

14) The Power Station - "Get It On (Bang A Gong)"

15) Queen - "Body Language"

16) Robert Palmer - "You Are In My System"

17) Roxy Music - "Love Is The Drug"

18) Steve Winwood - "Valerie"

19) The Style Council – “Long Hot Summer"

20) Uriah Heap – “Hot Night In A Cold Town”

 

 

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1) Afrika Bambaataa – “Planet Rock”

2) Big Daddy Kane – “Ain’t No Half Steppin’”

3) Eric B & Rakim – “Paid In Full”

4) Fatback Band - "Is This The Future?"

5) Grandmaster Flash – “Beat Street”

6) Ice-T – “Your Pusher”

7) Jonzun Crew – “We Are The Jonzun Crew”

8) Kurtis Blow – “Rappin’ Blow (Part Two)”

9) LL Cool J – “I'm Bad”

10) Run DMC – “It's Tricky”

11) Spoonie G Meets The Sequence – “Monster Jam”

12) Sugarhill Gang - "Be A Winner"

13) Sylvia - "It's Good To Be The Queen"

14) Treacherous Three – “Feel The Heartbeat”

15) Whodini – “Five Minutes Of Funk”

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1) Allman Brothers - "Ramblin' Man"

2) Atlanta Rhythm Section - "Cocaine Charlie"

3) Blackfoot - "Highway Song"

4) Black Oak Arkansas - "Hot N Nasty"

5) Charlie Daniels Band - "The Legend Of Wooley Swamp"

6) Creedence Clearwater Revival - "Pagan Baby"

7) Lynyrd Skynard - "That Smell"

8) Marshall Tucker Band - "Fire On The Mountain"

9) Molly Hatchet - "Gator Country"

10) Outlaws - "Ghost Riders In The Sky"

11) Ozark Mountain Devils - "Noah"

12) Pure Prairie League - "Two Lane Highway"

13) Steve Earle - "Copperhead Road"

14) ZZ Top - "Beer Drinkers & Hell Raisers"

15) .38 Special - "Bring It On"

 

 

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1) Bauhaus – “Kick In The Eye”

2) Clan Of Xymox – “Back Door”

3) Comsat Angels – “Island Heart”

4) The Cure – “Cold”

5) The Damned – “In Dulce Decorum”

6) Depeche Mode - "Fly On The Windscreen"

7) Echo & The Bunnymen – “With A Hip”

8) Fiction Factory – “Feels Like Heaven”

9) Joy Division – “New Dawn Fades”

10) Killing Joke – “Love Like Blood”

11) Love And Rockets – “Holiday On The Moon”

12) Modern English – “Spinning Me Round”

13) New Order – “Dreams Never End”

14) Psychedelic Furs – “President Gas”

15) Public Image LTD – “Order Of Death”

16) Railway Children - "A Pleasure"

17) Siouxsie & The Banshees – “Red Light”

18) Sisters Of Mercy – “Lucretia My Reflection”

19) The Smiths – “How Soon Is Now”

20) Wire Train – “Chamber Of Hellos”

 

 

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1) Barrington Levy - "Robber Man"

2) Black Uhuru - "Sponji Reggae"

3) Bunny Wailer - "Cool Runnings"

4) Dennis Brown - "Wolves and Leopards"

5) Dr. Alimantado - "Best Dressed Chicken In Town"

6) Freddie McGregor - "Bobby Bobylon"

7) The Gladiators - "Can't Stop Righteousness"

8) Gregory Isaacs - "Stranger In Town"

9) Jacob Miller & Little U Brown - "Backyard Movements"

10) Johnny Clarke - "Rudeboy"

11) Junior Mervin - "Police & Thieves"

12) King Tubby - "Keep Dubbing"

13) Lee "Scratch" Perry - "Jungle Lion"

14) Max Romeo - "One Step Forward, Two Steps Backwards"

15) Peter Tosh - "Wanted Dread & Alive"

16) Trinity - "Three Piece Suit"

17) UB40 - "King"

18) The Upsetters - "Na Na Hey Hey Kiss Goodbye"

19) U-Roy - "Chalice In The Palace"

20) Yellowman - "Sensemilla"

 

 

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1) 2 Live Crew - "Throw That Dick"

2) Afro Rican - "Give It All You Got"

3) DJ KJ & MC Kooley C - "Big D"

4) Fresh Celeste - "Get It Boy"

5) Gigolo Tony - "Smurf Rock"

6) Gucci Crew II - "Gucci Bass"

7) L'Trimm - "Cars With The Boom"

8) M-Cee Zeus - "Chicken Head"

9) MC Shy D - "Shake It"

10) Original Concept - "Pump That Bass"

11) Prime Choice - "The Beat Is Fresh"

12) Rodney O & Joe Cooley - "Everlasting Bass"

13) Sir-Mix-A-Lot - "Square Dance Rap"

14) Whodini - "I'm A Ho"

15) Worse 'Em - "Triple M Bass"

 

 

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1) Beatmasters - "Rok Da House"

2) Bomb The Bass - "Megablast"

3) Colonel Abrams - "Speculation (Woo Woo Mix)"

4) Fingers Inc. - "Mystery Of Love"

5) Frankie Knuckles - "It's A Cold World"

6) House To House - "Taste My Love"

7) Inner City - "Good Life"

8) Krush - "House Arrest"

9) M/A/A/R/S - "Pump Up The Volume"

10) Massive Attack - "Any Love (Larry Heard Mix)"

11) Ralphi Rosario - "You Used To Hold Me"

12) Raze - "Caught U Cheatin'"

13) Rhythim Is Rhythim - "Strings Of Life"

14) S-Express - "Theme From S-Express"

15) Steve "Silk" Hurley - "Jack Your Body"

 

 

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1) B.B & Q. Band – “On The Beat”

2) Change - "Heaven Of My Life"

3) Cheryl Lynn - "Got To Be Real"

4) David Joseph – “You Can’t Hide Your Love"

5) Denroy Morgan - "I'll Do Anything For You"

6) Gwen Guthrie – “Getting Hot”

7) Inner Life – “Make It Last Forever”

8) Jimmy Ross – “First True Love Affair”

9) Lace – “Can’t Play Around”

10) Loleatta Hollaway – “Love Sensation”

11) Sister Sledge - "If You Really Want Me"

12) Sylvia Striplin - "Give Me Your Love"

13) Taana Gardner – “No Frills”

14) Tracy Weber – “Sure Shot"

15) Unique - "What I Got Is What You Need"

 

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1) Berlin - "Take My Breath Away"

2) Bryan Ferry - "Slave To Love"

3) The Cars - "Drive"

4) Don Henley - "Boys Of Summer"

5) Eddie Money - "Take Me Home Tonight"

6) George Michael - "Careless Whisper"

7) Heart - "These Dreams"

8) Journey - "The Party's Over (Hopelessly In Love)"

9) Kate Bush - "Running Up That Hill"

10) Kim Carnes - "Bette Davis Eyes"

11) Lindsey Buckingham - "Trouble"

12) Mr. Mister - "Kyrie"

13) Paul Young - "Every Time You Go Away"

14) Peter Gabriel - "In Your Eyes"

15) The Sherbs - "We Ride Tonight"

16) Spandau Ballet - "True"

17) T'Pau - "China In Your Hand"

18) Tina Turner - "What's Love Got To Do With It"

19) Toto - "Endless"

20) Whitesnake - "Is This Love?"

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Posted 21 July 2014 - 05:03 AM Edited by Tyla, 10 October 2014 - 09:53 PM.


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Multiplayer. Grand Theft Auto VI style. Featuring classic co-op and player versus player modes, this section will also be showcasing Vice City Online and it's features.

 

Co-Operative Modes

 

Heists

Largely intertwined with the gameplay of Vice City Online, players operate as a heist crew that will either plot their own robberies or take contract scores from employers within the inner circles of Vice City's underworld. Explained in more depth here, each individual involved in the heist will carry out their own role. This can range from getaway driver, gunmen, logistics and safe cracking. Reputation and a cut will be added to the player's balance with each contract score taken down - each robbery of your own planning will add a higher level of reputation to all involved with your cut determined by the role you play in the heist.

 

Miracle Mile

Nuclear fallout becomes reality. The Soviets have launched nukes that will reach the United States fifteen minutes after all players are informed. You have exactly this time to make it across town to an escape chopper as unrest and panic grow. After five minutes, civilians will roam the already gridlocked streets and engage in armed conflict with each other. Looting begins. After ten minutes, the National Guard will flood into the area and engage all in six-star level combat, severely hampering your effort. Work together or against each other to reach the limited space inside the escape helicopter.

 

In the end, you all die within radius of the blast anyway. Based on the film of the same name.

 

Phnom Penh '88

Based on the first of two classic assaults mounted by Tommy Vercetti and Lance Vance in Grand Theft Auto Vice City, this co-operative mission pits eight players against each other with four mounting the attack and four defending. Those on the offence will be instructed by Colombian drug lord Entrometerse to clear a building in which breakaway distributor Forlan is holed up with cartel money. Those on the defence will attempt to protect Forlan and aid his escape with the money.

 

The four players working for Entrometerse will be provided with a Maverick helicopter and M60 Machine Guns. Those defending the property have access to a cache of weapons. A great deal of REP is doled out to the winning team.

 

Rub Out

Sixteen player mansion assault featuring mechanics similar to the above Phnom Penh '88. However, while the former mission primarily takes place in the air and is concentrated to a small Undertown building, the mansion grounds are vast and ripe for multiple angles of attack. The tables are turned on Entrometerse and the DEA want him dead. Eight players will attempt to save the drug lord from almost certain death or capture; eight players will take the roles of DEA agents aiming to take Entrometerse down dead or alive.

 

 

 

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Coming soon. Create your own personal online avatar with skillsets and personalities crafted from parents as diverse as Tommy Vercetti and Mercedes Cortez to Big Mitch Baker and Louise Cassidy-Williams. Players will find themselves a part of one of Vice City's organized crime groups or form/join their own crews in an ambitious attempt to conquer the drug economy of the Vice Metropolitan Area.

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Posted 21 July 2014 - 10:13 AM

 

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Planned Episodes From Vice City content.

 

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Multiplayer. Grand Theft Auto VI style. Featuring classic co-op and player versus player modes, this section will also be showcasing Vice City Online and it's features.

 

Coming soon, naturally.

 

Actually preety cool. If you are gonna  post more,  great. But next time, use the edit option.


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Posted 21 July 2014 - 10:49 AM

This looks promising, by the way I love your W-Alt station. 

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Posted 21 July 2014 - 12:11 PM Edited by TheUnholy, 21 July 2014 - 12:12 PM.

Wow, what an excessive amount of writing for the first input! I liked how you gave the protagonist a Latvian descent. I have never watched Miami Vice but I get it General Salazar is a Miami Vice based character later. Having watched "Traffic" a couple of days ago, I really got excited after seeing the name "General Salazar". The other characters are really interesting, as well. Also a lots of features make the game really interesting, explorable and provides much more longer time to play it. An improved empire building, awesome side missions and also... gang reputation and more interestingly the prison thing. I liked them all. If this was a real game, I would surely sit in front it till I get a brain tumor.

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Posted 21 July 2014 - 12:24 PM

Any Electronic music?


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Posted 21 July 2014 - 12:51 PM

Well, this is cool, but can you people check mine please? I would love that:

http://gtaforums.com...entry1065838382


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Posted 21 July 2014 - 07:50 PM

I'm starting to see more and more "vice city" ideas and I love it. Definitely need to see this game made. I love the empire building and drug trafficking segments. It may be really fun to have so much money you need to find ways to launder the money or your heat level goes up.

If I can get a GTA game with more planned smuggling missions similar to heists in GTA V it would be perfect.

Example; This is "the big one" you need to smuggle 250 million work of coke from Columbia to Florida. Options are:

1. A plane pick (fast) - you must avoid US radar & US Air Force jets and complete the job flying "blindly" to limit emitting electro magnetic frequency bursts you must navigate over the waters a long distance at night using radio signals (morse code) from your radio guy. Also, Your drop zone is in the Everglades and you may have to deal with hillbilly gangs who may try to rob you. Not to mention the wild life - gators, jumbo pythons that will try to eat you when you pick up.

2. A narco- submarine, slow but safe approach. You are in a one man submersible vessel as you navigate across the gulf. You have a limited oxygen supply. Also, there will be US coast guard dropping depth charges! Your drop off is The harbor freight docks expect heavy police surveillance.

The possibilities are endless!
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Posted 22 July 2014 - 07:24 PM

Thanks for all the words so far guys, they're appreciated.

 

Wow, what an excessive amount of writing for the first input! I liked how you gave the protagonist a Latvian descent. I have never watched Miami Vice but I get it General Salazar is a Miami Vice based character later. Having watched "Traffic" a couple of days ago, I really got excited after seeing the name "General Salazar". The other characters are really interesting, as well. Also a lots of features make the game really interesting, explorable and provides much more longer time to play it. An improved empire building, awesome side missions and also... gang reputation and more interestingly the prison thing. I liked them all. If this was a real game, I would surely sit in front it till I get a brain tumor.

Thanks for the compliment! There's some Miami Vice influence here, mainly in the character pictures because I wanted to keep the cast 80s styled. Emilio Salazar was a Central American dictator of sorts who came across to me as being Rockstar's inspiration for the character of Colonel Cortez. I always believed Cortez was based more on Manuel Noriega than Vice City made clear, and so the character of General Salazar was born out of that.

 

I always liked the idea of a character who at the beginning, appears as the most powerful in the game. He lives a life of luxury, appears totally untouchable and compels you to trust him one hundred percent. You make a lot of big money early on and like the rest of the major players, bank it with Salazar. And then he suddenly reveals himself as a covert government asset from a prison cell in France and all your money and assets are suddenly seized. Conveniently, certain IAA agents are on hand to offer you a way to get it back and more. For me it makes an interesting change of an antagonist taking advantage of a protagonist's weak moment, when the protagonist could be doing everything right and have absolutely no idea of this guy's government connections.

 

Exactly the same thing could of happened to Tommy Vercetti, and I hope it leaves that impression. The other major Miami Vice influence was this, Wall Street bankers financing drug dealers in Central America:

 

"Money is a commodity; like oil or water. And that American dollar... is the best brand there is in the world."

 

Any Electronic music?

I forgoed a station dedicated to House music with the belief it would be better fitted by Obsydian in Carcer City. However, Paradise FM is a station inspired by Paradise Garage and Larry Levan's set lists, which are pretty much the predecessors to House and modern Dance music.

 

VCFL and Nightcrawl are my favourite stations. Perfect for picking up prostitutes or conceiving children.

 

The possibilities are endless!

I almost want to use this as my tag line because it's so true!

 

I definitely think drug shipments that work in a similar way to heists are the way to go. I know Niko Vercetti suggested it and there were a ton of variables that would effect the success of the shipment. And with crew the player would hire and officials they could pay off, there'd be a ton of ways to counteract that.

 

However who would be expecting a jumbo python to pop up out of no where, f*cking your shipment up? That's true replay value!

 

Just goes to show: a GTA game with the same amount of focus on the process of drug shipments that were given to heists could be fantastic. :^:

 

Even in multiplayer, with player to player drug dealing -- other players trying to detect and bust other player's shipments -- could revolutionise the experience all around.

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Posted 22 July 2014 - 07:47 PM

Tyla, you've got best soundtrack possible! Btw, are you going to write the episodic dlc content? I wish to see the story as soon as possible!

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Posted 22 July 2014 - 08:18 PM

This looks really good and I can't wait to see more! You've got some great ideas going.


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Posted 23 July 2014 - 07:25 PM

How difficult would it be to create a GTA mod for something like this?

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Posted 23 July 2014 - 07:44 PM

Certainly some ambitious ideas. A lot of the empire building concepts nearly warrant a game of their own, cool reading.

 

How difficult would it be to create a GTA mod for something like this?

 

Very, bordering on impossibly, I'd say. Story and map and so on, all the setting-stuff would be doable, but the empire building and the heists and major mechanics would require some pretty significant changes in code. I'm not even sure it'd be possible to have all those features AND a full GTA game, in the same game in this generation of games/consoles.


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Posted 23 July 2014 - 08:01 PM Edited by universetwisters, 23 July 2014 - 09:04 PM.

Congrats amigo! It's crazy nice to see the final project after helping you out with it. I'm definitely bookmarking it!

 

PS. Is Jerry Whale based off Barry Seal


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Posted 23 July 2014 - 08:33 PM

Certainly some ambitious ideas. A lot of the empire building concepts nearly warrant a game of their own, cool reading.
 


How difficult would it be to create a GTA mod for something like this?

 
Very, bordering on impossibly, I'd say. Story and map and so on, all the setting-stuff would be doable, but the empire building and the heists and major mechanics would require some pretty significant changes in code. I'm not even sure it'd be possible to have all those features AND a full GTA game, in the same game in this generation of games/consoles.

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Posted 25 July 2014 - 03:47 AM

Aw hell. Every time I try and access this topic I come to a blank page. I haven't broke it already?

 

Vehicles have been added (here). Neighborhood locations for Vice will follow later today once I get the tables working.

 

To all, thanks again for the support!

 

Congrats amigo! It's crazy nice to see the final project after helping you out with it. I'm definitely bookmarking it!

 

PS. Is Jerry Whale based off Barry Seal

Thanks dude! You're correct, Jerry Whale is indeed based on Barry Seal.

 

Imagine a low level scapegoat used by the President himself as cause to increase public support towards certain Central American causes. That's Jerry Whale. He's a minor character in the scheme of things, more of a platform to show US government manipulation of the drugs market. I think it's more appealing to work with the IAA to save yourself than to work with the FIB to save their asses.

 

Tyla, you've got best soundtrack possible! Btw, are you going to write the episodic dlc content? I wish to see the story as soon as possible!

Thanks Pooyan! Yes, I'll be writing at least two episodes of DLC content to follow the main story.

 

There could even be three with switchable protagonists, but I haven't decided yet. Protagonists I'm considering:

 

A young Cuban immigrant who enters into crime at the behest of a high-ranking, imprisoned member of the elder Marelitos. Story would cover Latin American immigrant crime during the 1980s.

 

Turk McCrae, an original 8 founders of The Lost MC. McCrae is on a mission to purge TLMC of the demon he introduced to it - addiction and drug trafficking - and in the process, the very sacrifice he makes to save The Lost would cruelly end up destroying it twenty years later.

 

Charles Doberman, ULPC contact/IAA agent who fuels many of the behind the scenes incidents that rock Vice City's drug underworld during the main storyline campaign. Would elaborate why the character is involved with Jon Gravelli and also, why he is in Los Santos during the events of GTAV.

 

Much, much more to come. ;)

 

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Mark my words, it won't be long until we start seeing the first mainstream Kickstarter funded games.

 

DYOM made storytelling much more accessible but as Severe pointed out, ideas to the scale seen in some of the topics in this section are the kinda things that would need a huge company (and distributor) behind them - that's not me looking for a job or anything... :p

 

I think that if Vice City is indeed Rockstar's next destination, without a doubt it will end up the most expensive game they ever produce. A soundtrack like the one above would set them back a pretty penny on it's own but the Vice City brand alone weighs that out.

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Posted 30 July 2014 - 01:18 AM

Which radio station is the classic rock station?


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Posted 30 July 2014 - 01:26 AM

Which radio station is the classic rock station?

 

Possibly the southern rock station, but then again, classic rock circa 1988 would be like 50s rock and stuff.


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Posted 02 August 2014 - 02:11 AM

E. I just gave this yet another read and it seems as though I missed dwarf tossing as a sport. I had to double take and actually look it up to make sure my eyes weren't fooling me. Good one!


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Posted 05 August 2014 - 09:03 PM

Thanks Pooyan! Yes, I'll be writing at least two episodes of DLC content to follow the main story.

 

There could even be three with switchable protagonists, but I haven't decided yet. Protagonists I'm considering:

 

A young Cuban immigrant who enters into crime at the behest of a high-ranking, imprisoned member of the elder Marelitos. Story would cover Latin American immigrant crime during the 1980s.

 

Turk McCrae, an original 8 founders of The Lost MC. McCrae is on a mission to purge TLMC of the demon he introduced to it - addiction and drug trafficking - and in the process, the very sacrifice he makes to save The Lost would cruelly end up destroying it twenty years later.

 

Charles Doberman, ULPC contact/IAA agent who fuels many of the behind the scenes incidents that rock Vice City's drug underworld during the main storyline campaign. Would elaborate why the character is involved with Jon Gravelli and also, why he is in Los Santos during the events of GTAV.

 

Much, much more to come. ;)

That makes sense. As far as I understand, these protagonists would have effect on little yet considerable sides of the story if they're gonna be... or I noticed that recently... you're talking about probably upcoming DLCs, and the DLCs will follow these men's stories? I'm especially in favour of United Liberty Paper guy and McCrae. It'd be nice to go in more depth of hot-shot IAA agent like Doberman, and I always wanted to see "How a high-class yet corrupt law enforcer would work as a protagonist?", if I am to see something solid, I'd understand this. McCrae seems like a perfect anti-hero, or a former anti-hero, he introduces demons to his club, causing many brothers die over a heroin beef... and now he's aware of the deadly mistakes he has done, now he wants to make it right. I'm pretty sure a man like many people both of his club and on the city would think it's weirdly how a demon like McCrae doing something like this. And that's exactly what could make his story interesting. 

 

Also I forgot to say that, but good choice picking Mr. Pink as a character for the concept. I'm pretty sure, with that Hawaiian shirt and foxy face, Mr.Pink would make a perfect cheap pornographer.  :lol:


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Posted 07 August 2014 - 10:45 PM

Update 1.01

 

This first major update is focused on finally delivering a range of works that were in progress: weapons, locations, multiplayer content and certain vehicles. They're all taken care of (with the exception of Vice City Online) so ladies and gentlemen, enjoy! :cool:

 

Update Content:

  • Weapons list added, ranging from Pistols to Shotguns to Heat Seeking Missiles. Combat elaborated on.
  • Complimentary Art Deco Pack, adding five new period vehicles: Albany Franklin, Cutler Capsule, Declasse Coquette, Dundreary Broadway and the Dundreary Odyssey. Why not catch a drive-in movie?
  • Fleet and Emergency vehicles added: fire trucks, ambulances, police vehicles and taxicabs. Bikes, Offroad and Industrial are next.
  • Vice City location list added. Tequesta and Jaega County locales to follow, along with Vice Beach.
  • Co-Operative Multiplayer modes added:
  • Miracle Mile, an apocalyptic dash to escape Vice City in the face of a direct Soviet nuclear attack.
  • Heists, being a priority to get them out on time, revolve around a player's participation in player-character heist crews. Plays out very similar to single player heists.
  • Phnom Penh '88, an epic revisiting of a classic co-operative Vice City mission.
  • Rub Out, assaulting or defending a mansion belonging to the Colombian drug baron Entrometerse.

While I don't want to give away story details yet, I can present the storyline in music form. Made up of Retro Electro songs I listened to when I thought up this thing, this upcoming genre is pretty much my dream sound for an OST.

Introducing The Music of Grand Theft Auto VI:

 

 

Succeeding the original score composed by Tangerine Dream for Grand Theft Auto V, The Music of Grand Theft Auto VI is a complimentary, synth-based soundtrack that provides background musical accents throughout the events of the main storyline. Beginning with a blistering opening main theme performed by Miami Nights 1984 and closing with credits composed by Bluezz Vylez, The Music of Grand Theft Auto VI empowers the fond re-imagining of Vice City in it's 80s heydey.

 

Featuring performances by Highway Superstar, Tommy '86 and Perturbator, Babylon 86, Ezavskih, Lazerhawk, Lueur Verte, Dynatron, Noir Deco, VHS Dreams, Alter Sun, Kodak Cameo, Timecop 1983, Sasac, Sayak Striker, 80s Stallone, Robert Parker and iamMANOLIS, The Music of Grand Theft Auto VI also features original Miami Vice score composer Jan Hammer.

 

1) "Main Theme" - 1:51

2) "Beginnings" - 4:07

3) "Ocean Drive At Night" - 4:36

4) "Taking Scores" - 4:30

5) "Nowhere To Run" - 3:24

6) "Six Star Getaway" - 4:32

7) "Checkout At The Check In/Condition Terminal" - 5:36

8) "Raw Deal" - 5:43

9) "Blood On The Sand" - 4:39

10) "Movements In The Dark" - 4:34

11) "Across The Waves" - 3:42

12) "Above The Clouds" - 3:13

13) "Silk" - 3:19

14) "Lorna's Theme" - 4:55

15) "Mr. De Large Will See You Now" - 3:57

16) "Deluxo Chase" - 3:45

17) "Moses Van Zant" - 3:04

18) "A.P.B." - 3:26

19) "Mall Escape/Shoot To Kill" - 8:36

20) "The Entrometerse" - 2:39

21) "Liberty City Theme" - 4:55

22) "Key Lorca" - 4:23

23) "Fairground Chase" - 6:56

24) "End Credits" - 3:07

25) "Yuppie and The Alien" - 4:39

 

 

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Until next time.

 

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Posted 08 August 2014 - 02:03 AM

Ughh that theme song is amazing.

 

Really nice job, Tyla. I love this to bits.

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Posted 08 August 2014 - 06:56 AM

10/10 would download update again. Also use this next time :p :

 

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Posted 09 August 2014 - 01:42 AM Edited by universetwisters, 09 August 2014 - 01:44 AM.

I'm f*cking loving the update! Can't wait to see what else you've got in store as far as updates go.

 

 

 

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Those feels when your dad had an identical car, almost right down to the color. And that Lynyrd Skynyrd reference for the Saturday Night Special DAMMIT STOP ADDING AWESOME STUFF UNDER OUT NOSES.

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