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San Andreas Nostalgia!

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NumberNineLarge

I actually never got past the first mission until last year. I got it when it came out. I wasn't impressed and didn't start playing again until last Summer.

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Jack Lupino

GTA San Andreas is an immortal game and even after 14 years you will be amazed by new discoveries in this game.

 

I first played this game on my friends pc in 2010.I was so immeresed in the game that i didnt want to leave his house ( I had a potato pc back then) till my mom called me and i got good scolding for reaching Home late :p

When i played it on my pc in 2014 i did no missions.

Just used jetpack and roam around the map- cities,villages,forests,mountains,beaches so many beautiful places.

But my favorite hangout spot was grove street. I just love watching the sunset from CJs house rooftop,street lights slowly turning on,people walking around some smoking,talking while others riding bicycle.

That is very similar to my neighbourhood!

This game has a special place in my heart.

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Sleepwalking

GTA San Andreas is an immortal game and even after 14 years you will be amazed by new discoveries in this game.

 

I first played this game on my friends pc in 2010.I was so immeresed in the game that i didnt want to leave his house ( I had a potato pc back then) till my mom called me and i got good scolding for reaching Home late :p

When i played it on my pc in 2014 i did no missions.

Just used jetpack and roam around the map- cities,villages,forests,mountains,beaches so many beautiful places.

But my favorite hangout spot was grove street. I just love watching the sunset from CJs house rooftop,street lights slowly turning on,people walking around some smoking,talking while others riding bicycle.

That is very similar to my neighbourhood!

This game has a special place in my heart.

I always used pedestrian riot cheat and watch people murdering each other, stealing things; lol.

 

Also I love getting hydra and flying recklessly until I crash somewhere.

 

I miss old days.

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Evil empire

This ability to turn the streets into battlefields in 2 times 3 movements is a bliss. I love bringing the minigun, destroy a car stuck in the traffic jam to destroy 10 others in a chain reaction, the beheaded corpses flying, the angry gangsters running to me and getting out of their cars to shoot me without forgetting the police helicopter watching the area which I destroy during a blink of the eye to make it explode in the street and add to the bloodbath.

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Lazlo_

So many feels in this thread. Its maybe hardest not to feel some nostalgia for Grove street. The gameplay sort of creates it. Even after you have a mansion and a ton of money, don't you feel some urge to go back to that cul-de-sac on Grove street?

 

I've spent hours just wandering. I love getting lost, and I still can. It amazes me that even to this day, I still discover new things, or some ped will pop off with some comment I never heard before and make me laugh. Or how a simple trip to the Cluckin Bell across the street ends up being a police chase with SWAT teams after you because some cop rear-ended you at an intersection and it escalates.

 

But getting lost. Real life or San Andreas, I love getting lost.

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GTA_CAT

I started late, about 2013/14 in my old PS2. Game really caught me, coming from III and VC it was such a big difference... Large map where I could get lost without knowing were to go, gym, clothes, cities, towns and rural areas... Then you can mess things up with cheats and have hilarious moments or weird situations, figuring out you are a Hydra or Hunter military pilot blasting Area 69 SAMs or cars in the road. So much things, it's a game still good despite being released in 2004 and it can offer fun times though.

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Obb Porff

When I first got gta sa from a friend in class 5th and I started it the first thing I noticed was that it had train tracks. Cj's model was also good. Then when I tried to follow the cj icon, I got lost 😃 and ended up in the mulholland intersection! Then I kept learning its features and was totally surprised when I learnt I could fly planes and helicopters. I have finished it four times already. Good times.

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Obb Porff

In San Fierro it is super easy to get lost by turning off the hud especially in the city area.

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dpgbv

Ahh 2005 on my 256Mb RAM PC, so awful memories ! Finished the game in aprox. 1 month and a half but not 100% ! I just stood all my summer vacation playing this beautiful game ! I remember in July 2005 every day outside was raining, I used to wake up at 10AM then play all day GTA SA 10 hours a day !

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Am Shaegar

I remember in July 2005 every day outside was raining, I used to wake up at 10AM then play all day GTA SA 10 hours a day !

I miss those days :( No GTA took so much hours and months of my life. SA made my childhood so much more memorable that it always makes me emotional thinking about the fun times I had with this game. The first time experience is simply pure gold. I wish I could record every memory of playing SA on release and capture those every bit of the moment as a part of the video that I can revisit whenever I want to experience those moments again.

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Domac

14 years later, still a legendary game with more things to do than 90% of newer games.

 

I used to wake up at 6 AM, just to play it until I had to go to school. Then I'd come home, and play it again for the rest of the day.

I still have the original PS2 disc for it, too bad I can't play it on PS4, so I am stuck with that sh*tty futuristic Hollywood simulator, GTA 5. And I don't enjoy it as much on PC because it lags (even if I have a decent PC, made a topic under support), and it crashes... a lot (Windows 7 is a bitch).

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cvslfc123

I got San Andreas on my 13th birthday in November 2004. I had only played Vice City for the first time in 2003 so GTA was still very new to me. I still remember getting home and playing it for the first time. One thing that makes it special for me is, despite being from the UK, I have been lucky enough to have visited all 3 cities and the surrounding areas that the game is based on in real life. In 2013 my dad was driving through the desert in Nevada and Freebird came on the radio, that was a special moment as it took me right back to my teenage years and playing this game.

 

It took me 7 months to complete my first play through but it was a great moment when I finally finished End of the Line in May 2005. I am currently doing a playthrough now and the game still holds up in 2018. It truly is one of the greatest video games of all time.

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Official General

I got San Andreas on my 13th birthday in November 2004. I had only played Vice City for the first time in 2003 so GTA was still very new to me. I still remember getting home and playing it for the first time. One thing that makes it special for me is, despite being from the UK, I have been lucky enough to have visited all 3 cities and the surrounding areas that the game is based on in real life. In 2013 my dad was driving through the desert in Nevada and Freebird came on the radio, that was a special moment as it took me right back to my teenage years and playing this game.

 

It took me 7 months to complete my first play through but it was a great moment when I finally finished End of the Line in May 2005. I am currently doing a playthrough now and the game still holds up in 2018. It truly is one of the greatest video games of all time.

 

This is so strange. You practically got the game and finished the exact same times as I did ! The reason it took me so long like you to finish the story was because I had no idea that I did not have to do the casino heist to finish it....and I was stuck on how to get the key card for the heist, not realising I had to date Millie for her to give it to me - at some point I gave up and abandoned the . It was only until my friend told me I had to date Millie that set me on my way to finishing the story after playing the game for like 6 or 7 months lol.

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Rocky0910

This game.... I started playing it when I was just 7-8. I did not know half the words the people spoke(im an Indian) and did nothing other playing and messing up the peoples. I did not realize it was such a colossal until 2012, when i got the PC disc again and started playing.

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DetectivePhelps

I currently own an Xbox One / PS4 & I dont plan on getting beyond that point.

 

My cousin who never opened his Xbox 360 gave it to me since he had two.

I have 3 GTA San Andreas, yes 3.

So odd I havent had glitches or you know, the ones that drives you insane? That had happened to me on my 360.

His gift to me seems different, dont know.

 

Anyways, I gave him Gta4 since its a cool game, it just wasnt for me. I do play gta V single player only on xb1 & I decided to put it away for a few Months.

 

I just started a new play through - added the cheat that opens all stores & amunation. Thats all I use it for, no flying cars or nonsense like that, for me. I start the Firetruck mission, become fire proof & make enough to get a safehouse near the betting shop. Max out the cash to all 999,999. Then I collect the oysters, all cops come after me but it makes dating easy & I dont like changing my character for anyone.

Then, Paramedic mission to get that health. Work on my cycling skills & all hitmen levels up. I never start the story until I do all the leg work first. Head to LS airport & climb over the fence, get the M4, hop on the crop duster plane and fly away From the restricted areas for 1 hour to access airports. It makes life more easier.guess Im the type of gamer to take advantage of what they give you in the middle of or towards the game.

I never start a new game. When I want to play SA again, I reload the beginning where its all set.

 

Playing this game truly reminds me of how fun, I mean truly a good time fun gta is meant to be.

Jetpack, hey its free for n this game:)

Lowrider Customs, for its time? Brilliant.

Plz forgive my rambling...Guess Im just glad to play a legit classic thats forever lasting.

 

 

Buster!😎

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Jack Lupino

Cool story,bruh

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jaljax

Not a issue having three copies

 

 

I had 17 copies of GTA SA at one point on PS2

 

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gts.

Nice. I just have two copies of SA, PC and PS2. The PS2 copy is the one just for nostalgia though.

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baymizin

God, I just love this game so f*cking much.

 

I cannot believe it's been nearly 7 years since its release. I came across one of the

MangaFox the other day and decided that I have to borrow any one of my buddy's old PS2s and a copy of San Andreas if any of them still keep it. Wish me luck.

 

All this just makes me wish I was 13 again, before the inception of the video games and the consoles that we now know as current-gen.

 

Moderators, lock this if you must, but I made this thread solely as a celebration of what arguably is the greatest video game ever. What defined my gaming life, and what gave me the fondest of gaming memories that I'll always embrace. All when I was a fresh teenager, some 6 to 7 years ago.

 

Here's to everyone else who may have had strong San Andreas nostalgias from time to time. Describe your memories, how they make you feel, or simply ramble on like how I would when asked about my favourite video games ever. Cheers.

 

San Andreas is now one of my favorite if not my most favorite video game. I remember when it first came out. I didn't have any gaming consoles so id have to go to my friends house up the street to play any video games. Id been going there to play vice city with him for a while and i really loved it. wed take turns driving around listening to v-rock and flying tanks with the flying cars cheat. But one day he was all excited cause he got San Andreas. At first i wasn't pleased cause we just messed around with cheats that at the time i found pointless. and all the shininess of vice city was gone. But after a while, after exploring Mount Chiliad and the dessert. I loved it. Now i have a 360, PC and psp and i have every gta (except advance) from gta III to gta bogt. But the vast maps and fun missions of San Andreas are still number one to me. (holy crap i ramble)

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iiCriminnaaL 49

Most of my gaming hours were spent on GTA: San Andreas. What a great game! So many memories.

Chasing Tenpenny while listening to K. Rose - One Step Forward... so nostalgic.

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SanLiberty

I started late, about 2013/14 in my old PS2. Game really caught me, coming from III and VC it was such a big difference... Large map where I could get lost without knowing were to go, gym, clothes, cities, towns and rural areas... Then you can mess things up with cheats and have hilarious moments or weird situations, figuring out you are a Hydra or Hunter military pilot blasting Area 69 SAMs or cars in the road. So much things, it's a game still good despite being released in 2004 and it can offer fun times though.

Oh, good, i thought i was the only one who started late (2011)...

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Evil empire

I started in 2009.

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yeknot

SAN Andreas, really nice game. There were too many codes. (GTA San Andreas Hileleri) all grand theft auto series

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mikalaj

I still replay it occasionally, almost every year.

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Evil empire

Killing an enemy using the kickboxing moves is largely funnier than the hand-to-hand technics the previous games offer.

 

Rolling from the outskirts of Los Santos to the bottom of the desert driving a truck is very agreable and brings a very enjoyable freedom sensation. It's a good way to enjoy the width of the map. Performing this kind of job in a simple city wouldn't be as funny.

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ViceBoy69

3 copies on pc 2 are Trilogy packs one is canadian the other german and a standalone british copy, i have 2 copies on ps2 2 copies on xbox then a copy on both XBOX360 and PS3 :)

Not my favourite gta its taken me a while to appreciate it but as it gets older i realise it was a very well done game.

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Evil empire

The ability to earn million dollars in a single bet from the game start in the inside track is a very good feature. It's an excellent mean to enjoy all the improvements San Andreas offers compared to Vice City like improving cars or enjoying houses that aren't just nice exteriors you can't visit.

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GTA_CAT

Have somebody driven a truck with a trailer to Mt Chiliad's top?

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Lioshenka
5 hours ago, GTA_CAT said:

Have somebody driven a truck with a trailer to Mt Chiliad's top? 

 

Better. One of the fun things I did back in 2006:

 

 

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