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Finn 7 five 11

Hey guys, what do you think are the hardest missions in GTA to complete or the most frustrating (without cheats), not just IV but in all of them, you can put in side missions as well if you want.

I didn't bother with IV i didn't find it that hard, i have not playes LCS or VCS in quite a while, so i left them out.

 

Here is my list in no particular order ( i grouped them though)

San Andreas

-OG Loc - where you have to chase down freddy after you meet og loc, this is ahrd since you have no bike skill at the start of the game

- Robbing Uncle Sam - You have to raid a goverment warehouse and have to move boxes with a forklift and try and keep Ryder alive while he is loading the truck.

- Air Raid - Defend Zero's transmitters from a bunch of RC planes using a machine gun

- Just Business - Help Big Smoke against the Russian Mafia, and you get chased while you are on a motorbike

 

Vice City

-The Driver (Race), god damn hard.

- Demolition Man - another RC thing, you gotta place the bombs on the construction site with the helicopter, (my most hated mission)

- Checkpoint Charlie - A boat thing where you have to pick up cocaine packs from the ocan i find this really hard for some reason

- Stuntboat challenge, a boat race i also find this hard, im not so good with boats.

- The uicecream man mission whereyou gotta sell 50 icecreams in a row, i always got pulled out of my van by Haitians and failed

 

Grand Theft Auto III

- Bomb Da base act II - i found this mission really hard until i found out you could do it like a piece of cake with a rocket launcher.

-Gripped - Hardest side mission ever, you have to collect checkpoints with a patriot, each checkpoint gives you more time

- Espresso 2 Go was a mega bitch, gotta blow up 9 espresso stands within a time limit.

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Can't think of any more now.

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Dude, no. In SA, the hardest missions were Zero's missions, specifically Supply Lines. I also found Wrong Side of the Tracks to be incredibly hard, since I failed it a good 50 times. The rest you listed were easy (in SA).

 

Also, Local Liquor Store was unnecessarily annoying. And so was Snail Trail (very aggravating when failed). Finally, NOE was very hard, and (possibly the hardest) Freefall was dreadful. That plane they gave you to chase the other jet was ridiculously slow.

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Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas

- Supply Lines--So damn annoying. I either destroyed my RC plane or ran out of fuel before making it back to Zero's roof. Not to mention Zero's annoying whiny voice when you failed the mission. tounge.gif I did manage to complete it eventually though.

- You've had your chips--The mission where you have to go to the warehouse and destroy the counterfeit chip machines, I had a bit of trouble with this mission as I always ended up being killed due to there are a lot of rivals within a close proximity.

- N.O.E--I always ended up either crashing the plane into the cliffs as I flew past them or going above the radar limit and being shot down. I found that the best strategy to do this mission is to go around the long way by flying low over the ocean as I didn't have anything to worry about crashing into.

- Life's A Beach--Was hard at first as it took me a while to get the hang of the dancing minigame. I can complete it now though no problem.

- Tanker Comander--I always seem'd to be blown up before I make it to the truck depot or I detach the trailer.

 

Grand Theft Auto: Vice City

- Death Row--It took me so long to complete this mission. I always ended up dying when I got to the place where Lance was being executed.

 

That is pretty much all that I can think of off the top of my head.

 

OG Loc was a pretty difficult one for me too. I honestly didn't have all too much trouble with Air Raid, all you really have to do is shoot down the RC planes as they show up into view. Just Business is another one that I had trouble with when I first got the game, you just need to have body armour before you start this mission (which can be found in the place where the mission takes place.)

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Every mission where you have to shoot free-aim and have a limited health that isn't yours (like a vehicle) and no control over movement. There have been loads of them in vehicles you aren't driving, but the Zero mission in SA stuck on the roof counts too, and took me forever attempts to complete!

 

In GTA III there was the madmen mission which was near impossible unless tricking the game by hiding on the rooftop out of reach. Vice City had some annoying ones, like the Malibu Club mission breaking someone out the police headquarters. SA plane training was kinda hard when you were flying for the first time, but was ok once you had clocked some airtime. GTA the original probably had a couple tricky ones but once you failed you failed, so it hasn't burned into the mind anything frustrating retrying over and over again.

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Marked Man

Espresso 2 Go

 

Vice City

Cop Land

The Driver

Bombs Away

Demolition Man

Dildo Dodo

 

San Andreas

Just Business

Learning To Fly

N.O.E

End Of The Line

 

Vice City Stories

Boomshine Blowout

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Dude, no. In SA, the hardest missions were Zero's missions, specifically Supply Lines. I also found Wrong Side of the Tracks to be incredibly hard, since I failed it a good 50 times. The rest you listed were easy (in SA).

 

Also, Local Liquor Store was unnecessarily annoying. And so was Snail Trail (very aggravating when failed). Finally, NOE was very hard, and (possibly the hardest) Freefall was dreadful. That plane they gave you to chase the other jet was ridiculously slow.

Holy crap, when I had San Andreas 5 years ago I failed miserably at Wrong Side of the Tracks. Then I played the same mission at a friend's house again a few months ago, and still failed about 10 to 15 times.

 

"sh*t CJ, all you had to do is follow the damn train". Every f*cking time I failed it, he would say that line.

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Dude, no. In SA, the hardest missions were Zero's missions, specifically Supply Lines. I also found Wrong Side of the Tracks to be incredibly hard, since I failed it a good 50 times. The rest you listed were easy (in SA)..

Yes but they wern't compulsory, but i did like them in the end. colgate.gif

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GTAIII:

  • Bomb da base act II
  • Marked man
  • Expresso 2 go

GTAVC:

  • The Driver
  • Dildo dodo

GTASA:

  • N.O.E
  • Supply Lines

GTALCS:

  • None tounge.gif

GTAVCS:

  • Boomshine Blowout

GTAIV:

  • None. Some were challenging like Three Leaf Clover but I mastered them without cheats and without auto-aim. Same goes for TLAD, BOGT and CW.
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GTA IV was piss easy. I hated Zero's missions In San Andreas.

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Dude, no. In SA, the hardest missions were Zero's missions, specifically Supply Lines. I also found Wrong Side of the Tracks to be incredibly hard, since I failed it a good 50 times. The rest you listed were easy (in SA).

 

Also, Local Liquor Store was unnecessarily annoying. And so was Snail Trail (very aggravating when failed). Finally, NOE was very hard, and (possibly the hardest) Freefall was dreadful. That plane they gave you to chase the other jet was ridiculously slow.

Holy crap, when I had San Andreas 5 years ago I failed miserably at Wrong Side of the Tracks. Then I played the same mission at a friend's house again a few months ago, and still failed about 10 to 15 times.

 

"sh*t CJ, all you had to do is follow the damn train". Every f*cking time I failed it, he would say that line.

Yea, friggin @Smoke! You try driving the friggin bike and I'll shoot randomly and pathetically in the air then bitch at you about it!

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Air Raid is piss easy with a mouse instead of a pad.

 

The only hard mission in any GTA for me was 'The Driver', but it only took me 15 tries in the end tounge.gif

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GTA 3:

 

Gripped

Ambulance missions

 

GTA Vice City:

 

Bloodring

Hotring

 

GTA SA:

 

Wrong Side of the Tracks.

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I think the driver is the hardest out of them all.

 

I had to use the flying car cheat to pass it.

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Dude, no. In SA, the hardest missions were Zero's missions, specifically Supply Lines. I also found Wrong Side of the Tracks to be incredibly hard, since I failed it a good 50 times. The rest you listed were easy (in SA).

 

Also, Local Liquor Store was unnecessarily annoying. And so was Snail Trail (very aggravating when failed). Finally, NOE was very hard, and (possibly the hardest) Freefall was dreadful. That plane they gave you to chase the other jet was ridiculously slow.

Holy crap, when I had San Andreas 5 years ago I failed miserably at Wrong Side of the Tracks. Then I played the same mission at a friend's house again a few months ago, and still failed about 10 to 15 times.

 

"sh*t CJ, all you had to do is follow the damn train". Every f*cking time I failed it, he would say that line.

"sh*t Smoke, all you had to do was shoot some damn Mexicans!"

 

(Wow, that sounded really racist)

 

But seriously, I used mouse aim in SA, so even headshots were fairly easy, and had Smoke been the driver, I could have easily completed that mission. But Smoke, his aim was atrocious. That's why other missions like Just Business were really easy for me. All I had to do was shoot.

 

 

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Every mission where you have to shoot free-aim and have a limited health that isn't yours (like a vehicle) and no control over movement. There have been loads of them in vehicles you aren't driving, but the Zero mission in SA stuck on the roof counts too, and took me forever attempts to complete!

 

In GTA III there was the madmen mission which was near impossible unless tricking the game by hiding on the rooftop out of reach. Vice City had some annoying ones, like the Malibu Club mission breaking someone out the police headquarters. SA plane training was kinda hard when you were flying for the first time, but was ok once you had clocked some airtime. GTA the original probably had a couple tricky ones but once you failed you failed, so it hasn't burned into the mind anything frustrating retrying over and over again.

Oh yes. After reading recent posts, I should have mentioned that I play on PS and PS2. Free-shooting would have been fine on PC and a mouse tounge.gif

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Finn 7 five 11

 

Dude, no. In SA, the hardest missions were Zero's missions, specifically Supply Lines. I also found Wrong Side of the Tracks to be incredibly hard, since I failed it a good 50 times. The rest you listed were easy (in SA).

 

Also, Local Liquor Store was unnecessarily annoying. And so was Snail Trail (very aggravating when failed). Finally, NOE was very hard, and (possibly the hardest) Freefall was dreadful. That plane they gave you to chase the other jet was ridiculously slow.

Holy crap, when I had San Andreas 5 years ago I failed miserably at Wrong Side of the Tracks. Then I played the same mission at a friend's house again a few months ago, and still failed about 10 to 15 times.

 

"sh*t CJ, all you had to do is follow the damn train". Every f*cking time I failed it, he would say that line.

Yea, friggin @Smoke! You try driving the friggin bike and I'll shoot randomly and pathetically in the air then bitch at you about it!

You thinking of the mission where you chase the train, which is easy if you jump onto the train on the bike then you can UZI them.

They are talking about the RC mission for zero.

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Dude, no. In SA, the hardest missions were Zero's missions, specifically Supply Lines. I also found Wrong Side of the Tracks to be incredibly hard, since I failed it a good 50 times. The rest you listed were easy (in SA).

 

Also, Local Liquor Store was unnecessarily annoying. And so was Snail Trail (very aggravating when failed). Finally, NOE was very hard, and (possibly the hardest) Freefall was dreadful. That plane they gave you to chase the other jet was ridiculously slow.

Holy crap, when I had San Andreas 5 years ago I failed miserably at Wrong Side of the Tracks. Then I played the same mission at a friend's house again a few months ago, and still failed about 10 to 15 times.

 

"sh*t CJ, all you had to do is follow the damn train". Every f*cking time I failed it, he would say that line.

Yea, friggin @Smoke! You try driving the friggin bike and I'll shoot randomly and pathetically in the air then bitch at you about it!

You thinking of the mission where you chase the train, which is easy if you jump onto the train on the bike then you can UZI them.

They are talking about the RC mission for zero.

Erm no, look at everything that was quoted. We are all refering to Wrong Side of the Track. And yea I know about that trick but personally didn't work well for me, making that jump. In the end it was just a case of good positioning with the people on the train, which was a slightly odd distance and angle, then Smoke shot a lot more acurately! Atleast that's how I managed it second playthrough. Can't remember how I suddenly discovered an optimum position.

 

The zero RC mission was tight but not the hardest, atleast not for me and on console. Defending Zero's shop from RC aeroplanes was the hardest, and with really no tricks to improve your chances.

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Snake Without a Tongue

GTA3:

 

I originally played GTA3 on PC so the aiming really killed me when I switched to PS2. The racing missions killed me. I had to use the 'handling' cheat to finish El Burro's porn mag pick-up race.

 

S.A.M. was a pain in the butt until I learned to fly the Dodo.

 

Vice City:

 

I loathe 'The Driver". It was especially bad on PC. I never mastered it.

 

I had a hell of a time on the RC and stunt flying missions, but once I figured them out they were easy.

 

San Andreas:

 

Supply Lines! Good Lord, what a POS that mission was. SA was actually really easy. The side missions, namely the trucking missions, were hard. I use to get really frustrated by the cop bike stealing mission because of the lame exploding gas tanks that equal instant fail when your auto-aim decided to target them for no good reason.

 

GTAIV:

 

All easy. Too damn easy.

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Gonna have to say Supply Lines. I never really had any trouble with Zero's other mission, where you shot the RC's down with the minigun. To this day, I haven't beat supply lines. (Sad, but true.)

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Dude, no. In SA, the hardest missions were Zero's missions, specifically Supply Lines.

That one is extremely subjective. If you like to fly, it's not so bad. Granted, it still took me 4 tries, but that hardly makes it worst for me, even in SA. There are a few missions that took me more tires and far longer to beat.

 

So difficulty of Supply Lines depends very greatly on who is playing.

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I managed to complete supply lines in one try in my third playthrough a couple of days ago. So I don't find it so hard.

 

But the mission Wu Zi Mu was so f*cking annoying. I hate racing! angry.gif

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That was definitely one of the tougher races in SA. Mostly it's all of the ways you could have permanently departed the road.

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That was definitely one of the tougher races in SA. Mostly it's all of the ways you could have permanently departed the road.

Even worse when it's raining. I always seem to be cursed with rain every time I play that mission... dozingoff.gif

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I'd have to say the last III mission I couldn't pass it as a kid

It's hard if you don't plan ahead. If you do, approach it tactically, and don't rush things, it's not that bad. But it's definitely the one that gave me most grief overall.

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Harwood Butch3r

I used to find "Wrong Side Of The Tracks" a major pain in the ass, because Big Smoke was the world's sh*ttest shooter.

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I used to find "Wrong Side Of The Tracks" a major pain in the ass, because Big Smoke was the world's sh*ttest shooter.

Smoke has 100% accuracy in that mission tounge.gif. It's just hard to get in a position where he can shoot.

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Dude, no. In SA, the hardest missions were Zero's missions, specifically Supply Lines.

Never have I actually completed these missions during my playing of San An, they were annoying and too difficult that it just got boring after like the 20th attempt.

 

GTAIII's most difficult mission for me was definitely the Esspresso To Go mission, which again was never completed. Actually, I completed it once, only for my save file to become corrupt.

 

VC's worst mission was The Driver, but I managed to complete it in the original car after a few attempts. For me, it was all about knowing where the police were going to pop out on you from side streets.

 

IV's worst mission was the bank robbery one, but that was due to me getting stuck in pitch black as you walk up the stairs to get into the car. I got stuck on the stairs and some police pop through and kill me.

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