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If you could bring a radio station from past games...


MayoChiki

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Which one would be?

 

Personally, Vladivostok is my favorite radio station and would be awesome having it back, oh well... I guess I can wait until PC version comes out, only need a PC xD

 

 

 

And of course, the song I'll wait forever to heard while driving in Liberty City, used to spam B during the chorus, funny as hell. What do you guys think?

 

 

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K-Jah West. It's one of the few that I feel could work even in present day LS, + it's one of my absolute favorites.

 

 

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Emotion FM from Vice City, hands down.

 

Liberty Rock Radio and The Journey from IV.

 

And K-DST was alright...

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Rare Echelon

MSX FM from III.

 

Always been a D n' B fan, although I'd question whether it'd fit V as a whole.

 

Other than that, I'd go with Bounce FM - George Clinton was an awesome DJ and the tunes were really chill to vibe with.

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OP, I would also bring back Vladivostok FM.

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And have it be the same? Probably Flashback FM from III, or K-Rose from San Andreas.

 

If I could bring back a radio station for them to expand on it'd be JNR from IV. Jazz stations are nice. :)

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OP, I would also bring back Vladivostok FM.

It was my thoughts before I even clicked on the thread but I went with something equally as great :D

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This topic too tough.

SA's K-Rose has the best sing along songs.

Vice City had Radio Espantoso.

I can eliminate III, because the soundtrack wasn't that great for me.

However, GTA IV had Vladivostok, Никого не жалко зто очен хорошая песня! и русский реп!

I guess K-Rose.

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Vice City Stories rendition.

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TeammateHelper

Emotion 98.3.

 

I like singing OH I JUST DIED IN YOUR ARMS TONIGHT

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Obviously V-Rock from Vice City.

 

In my opinion, it is the best radio station in GTA games thus far.

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The Grapeseed

The Wave; GTA VCS.

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V rock. Gta v needs more love fist.

 

A little fact is that in the loading screen of gta v there is a scene where a female cop is arresting a women. The women is wearing a love fist tee.

 

The radio station there someone got shot is Vcpr. The nudist was shot by pastor Richards.

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Electro Choc from TBOGT. Loved the beat, bouncing around while ripping it up in the sultan RS, Fu*k i miss that game.

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MSX FM is my all time favourite radio station - would love to see it make a come back!

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I can't just pick one.

 

Vice City: Wave 103, and Chatterbox

GTA SA: Bounce FM

GTA IV: Massive B Radio, Integrity 2.0, and Electro Choc

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Flash FM cause before I listened to it I thought 80s was terrible.

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