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thafablifee46

Should GTA next go back in time or keep it modern?

What era should the next game be set in?  

845 members have voted

  1. 1. What era should the next game be set in?

    • 50's or earlier
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    • 60's
      15
    • 70's
      116
    • 80's
      171
    • 90's
      87
    • 00's
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    • Modern times
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    • Future
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Snesgamer83

I'm willingly to take on a few anachronisms (like GPS or more guns if the time period chosen would be too limiting), if it meant the possibility of GTA exploring other time periods. There's a lot that can be done here artistically and it would be a shame to lock the series in the modern age just because "we need the new technology!"

 

As for choice, either the 70s which hasn't been used at as already noted, or the 80s again with better graphics than VC and in a different location.

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Official General

Counting from III there's been

 

- 3 contemporary games (III, IV, V)

- 2 games in the 80's (VC, VCS)

- 2 games in the 90's (SA, LCS)

 

It seems the roman numeral games are all set in the present time, while all the other games were in III universe (3D universe)

So, if it's going to be VI, it should be a contemporary game, but if it's going to be a city game, I think it's going to be set in the 90's or 70's, because the last period game was set in 80's, But mid 90's and late 80's are not dealt with yet.

 

Well San Andreas was set in 1992, not far off from the mid-90s, and Liberty City Stories was set in 1998, again, not far off from the mid 90s, so there is no essential need for Rockstar to do the mid 90s. Vice City was set in 1986, that's as close to the late 80s as necessary.

 

You're not making a whole lot of sense here.

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Jimmy

I don't think they would go back in time but a proper 90s version of Vice City or 80s Liberty City with a proper story would be a huge hit. But again there are III Era games for those times, I don't see any past installments possible.

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Mister Pinkerton

I would like them to go to an era that was inspired by a collection of films that were set and and made popular of that time like Scarface is to Miami 1980s as Boyz In The Hood is to L.A. 1990s.

One that I mention a lot is Las Vegas late 70s or early 80s taking inspiration from Godfather 2 and Casino but Casino mostly.

San Francisco in the last 60s and early 70s you have begining of the end of the hippie movement, gay rights, anti-war movement, Bullit, Hell's Angles and or course Harry Callaghan aka Dirty Harry.

London in the late 80s when Acid House movement began. It's a world famous time and place for a cultural movement. This could prove to be a popular GTA as there's a new wave or electronic music sweeping the US. EDM. I'm a big fan of electronic music but EDM is pretty muck but having a GTA set where Acid House, Illegal raves hosting multiple thousands of people in warehouses and fields monged out of it on Ecstasy would be pretty fun. Funny as around that summer of love in '89 apparently violent street crime dropped to lowest it has been for years and it is believed it's due to everyone that was chomping disco-biscuits. Even the football firms that brawler on the streets were partying with rivals. Could have a dark and grime GTA with late 80s dance music, New Wave and all the late 80s/early 90s English bands like The Stone Roses,The Happy Mondays (Maccers return), New Order, The Smiths, Depeche Mode and early Aphex Twin. Russian Mafia, Yardies, IRA and a host of European gangs.

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Shyabang Shyabang

The President Trump era would be interesting, especially when looking at how this is affecting our lives now.

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meson1

Whatever they can make the best story with. Rockstar have done well with period GTAs. It would be nice to have another.

 

  • San Fierro in the '70s. Dirty Harry time.
  • Vice City in the '80s - Reimagine GTA:VC in the HD Universe. This would be good as celebration of the 20 year anniversary of GTA:VC in 2022. But I get the feeling the Housers don't like to revisit old ground, so I doubt this would happen.

 

But rule of thumb is that they have never done a period GTA without referencing something particular of he time. For GTA:VC, Scarface was the basis for examining the Miami drug trade. For: GTA:SA it was all centered on the early '90s gang culture and the L.A. riots.

 

I am however utterly opposed to a future GTA.

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Mister Pinkerton

The President Trump era would be interesting, especially when looking at how this is affecting our lives now.

I disagree. I don't want my GTA to be current affairs social commentary. I mean thats something a bit boring. I like it in other tv I consume like South Park but I find political humour based on current affairs generally not that funny (assuming Rockstar would satirise the situation)

 

I think Rockstar at better at having the benefit of hindsight when it comes to tackling social commentary etc. South Park is made so quickly so they can be on the money when it comes to banging out current or trending affairs but Rockstar needs more time.

 

I think that's why Vice City and San Andreas where more funny in that respect as they had the benefit of hindsight and time to delivery comedy and commentary in a more informed and agreedable way.

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SonOfLiberty

After playing Mafia III so much over the last few weeks I've come around to the idea of another period piece GTA. Modern has it pluses, but there's just something about playing in a by gone era that you can't get from a modern themed game.

 

Mafia III is a great example of how to create an interesting atmosphere, theme, tone etc and how it all interelates with its chosen time period.

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GTA-Biker

Whatever they can make the best story with. Rockstar have done well with period GTAs. It would be nice to have another.

 

  • San Fierro in the '70s. Dirty Harry time.
  • Vice City in the '80s - Reimagine GTA:VC in the HD Universe. This would be good as celebration of the 20 year anniversary of GTA:VC in 2022. But I get the feeling the Housers don't like to revisit old ground, so I doubt this would happen.

 

But rule of thumb is that they have never done a period GTA without referencing something particular of he time. For GTA:VC, Scarface was the basis for examining the Miami drug trade. For: GTA:SA it was all centered on the early '90s gang culture and the L.A. riots.

 

I am however utterly opposed to a future GTA.

I think 70s San Fierro would be a good setting.There could be a lot of references to stuff like Dirty Harry and Bullitt,just like how VC had a lot of references to Scarface and Miami Vice.From gangs,there would be Asian gangs (Triads, Yakuza...) and wars between them,and possibly some references to the Golden Dragon massacre.Angels Of Death are also said to be from SF,so R* could look at some late 60s and early 70s biker movies (Hells Angels On Wheels, The Wild Angels, The Glory Stompers, Easy Rider, Stone...) for inspiration with them.I've heard there was also some small and not very powerful mafia in San Francisco,but it could still appear in the story,maybe also some street gangs,if they existed in SF in the 70s.

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Official General

 

The President Trump era would be interesting, especially when looking at how this is affecting our lives now.

I disagree. I don't want my GTA to be current affairs social commentary. I mean thats something a bit boring. I like it in other tv I consume like South Park but I find political humour based on current affairs generally not that funny (assuming Rockstar would satirise the situation)

I think Rockstar at better at having the benefit of hindsight when it comes to tackling social commentary etc. South Park is made so quickly so they can be on the money when it comes to banging out current or trending affairs but Rockstar needs more time.

I think that's why Vice City and San Andreas where more funny in that respect as they had the benefit of hindsight and time to delivery comedy and commentary in a more informed and agreedable way.

 

@ Mister Pink

 

Exactly. And it was precisely Rockstar's accelerated obsession with parodying and satirising current affairs that eventually ruined the story and main theme of V. V's story and thematic content ended up being what amounted to nothing more for most part than a social commentary of current affairs, heavily laced with corny, cheap slapstick humour and comedy.

 

I'd much prefer modern times, but I don't wanna see the next GTA go down that route again. I hope that sh*t stays and ends with V.

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Gangster_-Ƶ

Have it start in the late 50's [1957] and go up until the early eighties [1982].

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Serbian_Wolf194

I am all for modern. Please no futuristic shenanigans.

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evd

I am all for modern. Please no futuristic shenanigans.

 

what kind of futuristic?

 

you realise that this terms describes your tomorrow, aswell as Dune era? can you have a propper adult argument?

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Red XIII

Id be happy with a vice city remake possibly with the everglades, that would be sweet. From what i remember instagram, using your mobile and other modern day features were not a neccesity, im sure rockstar could replace those things with stuff equally as fun.

 

 

I think in the hd era, it would be fun to explore an era that i, myself havent personally experienced first hand in the real world. Id love to explore vice city in the 80's especially with how authentic and atmospheric rockstars worlds can be.

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Official General

Id be happy with a vice city remake possibly with the everglades, that would be sweet. From what i remember instagram, using your mobile and other modern day features were not a neccesity, im sure rockstar could replace those things with stuff equally as fun.

I think in the hd era, it would be fun to explore an era that i, myself havent personally experienced first hand in the real world. Id love to explore vice city in the 80's especially with how authentic and atmospheric rockstars worlds can be.

I don't know why people keep saying the stuff you say here. It's just pointless and makes no sense.

 

Vice City is my most favourite GTA and I love it more than anyone on here, but there is just no point in a HD remake of the same or similar kind of game. If you want to relive the 1980s again just play VC or VC stories over again. It makes no sense repeating that era just for HD graphics.

 

 

I'd rather a modern-day Miami for a new VC game. I just hope Rockstar do this !!

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VOIDACID8000

I hate the idea of going back in time. Less developed city, less buildings, uglier cars, less roads and highways, less technology, old fashioned everything - not my cup of tea.

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Mister Pinkerton

I hate the idea of going back in time. Less developed city, less buildings, uglier cars, less roads and highways, less technology, old fashioned everything - not my cup of tea.

 

Less roads? But surely a new GTA set in the 80's can have more roads than a modern GTA like IV or V? lol. Less buildings? Same argument. GTA VI set in 1980's New York can be twice as big and have twice as many buildings as GTA IV's Liberty city so....? :)

 

Uglier cars? That's subjective. I made a point earlier of going from one modern GTA to the next modern GTA, there's not much variety and difference. Where as if you play GTA III then play Vice City, the change in cars is much more vast. It's fun playing vastly different versions of the Sentinel for example. But I'll concede, that if it's a genuine thing that you don't like non-modern cars, that's a perfectly understandable.

 

Less technology? Yes, this is true but it just means different gameplay. Instead of accessing your phone to meet people you'll use phone-boxes, satellite phones, letters, pagers etc. While I love the chore of reading emails on my phone in real life and in a videogame, I think it can be nice to have a break from being on the internet in a game when I can just be on the internet in real life and I am on the internet in real life a lot of the time.

 

A GTA set in the past for me would be more about playing and doing fun GTA things and not watching TV, browsing the internet, or spending time depositing cash on the bank website etc. I do those things enough in real life. While they're cool little details, I worry some times about the focus on mimicking mundane, normal, everyday chores as apposed to having gameplay that's keeping you in the action.

 

Maybe I'm playing GTA too long or I'm a burnt out game GTAer but there's something to be said of the success of Vice City and San Andreas. They were doing something bold and unique at the time. I would love ifwe alternated between older and modern settings.

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GTA-Biker

I hate the idea of going back in time. Less developed city, less buildings, uglier cars, less roads and highways, less technology, old fashioned everything - not my cup of tea.

Why do you think there would be a less developed city with less buildings, roads and highways?By 'going back in time' most of us mean the 70s, 80s, 90s or 2000s,not something like the 19th century.It's not like you'd be like "Where am I?What is this place?"if you'd find yourself in,for example the 70s New York,you could recognize it as New York.

The argument that the old cars are ugly is silly,it's just your personal opinion,not a fact.In my opinion cars from the mid to late 20th century were much better looking than most modern cars.

As for technology,the only stuff that would be missing would be cellphones and internet (unless the setting is in the 90s or 2000s).If it's an older setting like the 70s or 80s,R* would just adapt the gameplay (instead of calling contacts from a cellphone,you would call them from a payphone, instead of buying vehicles from the internet website,you would go to the dealership or just steal them from the street like in previous games...).There would still be radio in cars, TV and phone in safehouses, movie theaters around the city...

 

 

I'll never understand why do some people think the world was stuck in the stone age before 21th century.

 

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VOIDACID8000

 

I hate the idea of going back in time. Less developed city, less buildings, uglier cars, less roads and highways, less technology, old fashioned everything - not my cup of tea.

 

Why do you think there would be a less developed city with less buildings, roads and highways?By 'going back in time' most of us mean the 70s, 80s, 90s or 2000s,not something like the 19th century.It's not like you'd be like "Where am I?What is this place?"if you'd find yourself in,for example the 70s New York,you could recognize it as New York.

The argument that the old cars are ugly is silly,it's just your personal opinion,not a fact.In my opinion cars from the mid to late 20th century were much better looking than most modern cars.

As for technology,the only stuff that would be missing would be cellphones and internet (unless the setting is in the 90s or 2000s).If it's an older setting like the 70s or 80s,R* would just adapt the gameplay (instead of calling contacts from a cellphone,you would call them from a payphone, instead of buying vehicles from the internet website,you would go to the dealership or just steal them from the street like in previous games...).There would still be radio in cars, TV and phone in safehouses, movie theaters around the city...

 

 

I'll never understand why do some people think the world was stuck in the stone age before 21th century.

 

Well, I hated the look of Los Santos of GTA San Andreas which was set in the 90s. The downtown area looked dull, ugly and so poorly organized with two lane roads (wtf?), and the highways looked like sh*t. However, downtown Liberty City from III satisfied me. I also don't see the fun in using outdated technology.

 

There were cars from San Andreas that I liked, such as the Sultan, Elegy and the Buffalo, but some cars like the Perennial, Greenwood and Glendale looked like antiques. Of course just my opinion.

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Baked English Beans

I think modern day again would be a bit redundant, seeing as there isn't really that much new to parody, except Trump (Which they already kind of did) and some dumb fads that came and went. Going back in time would force Rockstar to innovate, which is when they're at their best. I would be glad to see anything from a late 60s to early 90s setting, though the 70s offers a lot of opportunities.

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Femme Fatale

I think it should stay modern, but I would love another flashback to the 80s.

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vercetti_

I don't consider rockstar a sellout or anything but I feel like the only reason why they would choose modern era again would be for online

 

it being in the modern era adds more opportunities for rockstar to push out more content for people to buy sharkcards

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GTAUrbanCamping

Id prefer modern, like V. Nothing futuristic like flying cars or anything like that.

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Osho

Go back in time!

There's something about experiencing the games that take place in the classic era than the modern times. In order to explain myself, I'd like to share Daniel Vavra's interesting Mafia: La Cosa Nostra interview on the game Mafia City of Lost Heaven:

What appeals to you about the world of 1930s organized crime? What characteristics of the period lend themselves best to your conception of the game?

 

I like wise guys. Life is hard and sometimes, some places it is even harder, just like it was in the 30s. And I like people who are able to rise from the dirt and become somebody. Without education, money, without anything. Mobsters did it. And they did it with style. They are not normal criminals, they established their own laws, sometimes better than official. They were wise.

I read a book written by two FBI agents who investigated Paul Castelano. At the end of the book, they wrote that Paul was a good man, who lived the life that every real man should live. That says it all. They were damn right :) That's the reason, why we are doing game about criminals and about the 30s. Those years were beautiful; they had great cars, architecture, interiors, etc. Also, nobody has done this in a computer game before. So, we picked up the most interesting things from a gangsters life, like car chases and shootouts, combined it with story about wise guys and nice environments and ooops there it is!

Also refer: Mafia III's NPCs can teach you a lot about history, so long as you don't murder them first. Incidental and ambient NPC dialogue in Mafia III is actually pretty rich with history.

 

Games set in modern times like GTA IV doesn't hold a candle to the classic games set in the past like Mafia 1 and III, GTA SA, Vice city, etc. These games easily stand out for a lot of things from soundtrack, historical details, storyline to interesting characters, and that's why I never got bored of playing them.

There's nothing interesting about games like GTA IV to make me return and play it.

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JohnDonovan

Go back in time!

There's something about experiencing the games that take place in the classic era than the modern times. In order to explain myself, I'd like to share Daniel Vavra's interesting Mafia: La Cosa Nostra interview on the game Mafia City of Lost Heaven:

What appeals to you about the world of 1930s organized crime? What characteristics of the period lend themselves best to your conception of the game?

I like wise guys. Life is hard and sometimes, some places it is even harder, just like it was in the 30s. And I like people who are able to rise from the dirt and become somebody. Without education, money, without anything. Mobsters did it. And they did it with style. They are not normal criminals, they established their own laws, sometimes better than official. They were wise.

I read a book written by two FBI agents who investigated Paul Castelano. At the end of the book, they wrote that Paul was a good man, who lived the life that every real man should live. That says it all. They were damn right :) That's the reason, why we are doing game about criminals and about the 30s. Those years were beautiful; they had great cars, architecture, interiors, etc. Also, nobody has done this in a computer game before. So, we picked up the most interesting things from a gangsters life, like car chases and shootouts, combined it with story about wise guys and nice environments and ooops there it is!

Also refer: Mafia III's NPCs can teach you a lot about history, so long as you don't murder them first. Incidental and ambient NPC dialogue in Mafia III is actually pretty rich with history.

 

Games set in modern times like GTA IV doesn't hold a candle to the classic games set in the past like Mafia 1 and III, GTA SA, Vice city, etc. These games easily stand out for a lot of things from soundtrack, historical details, storyline to interesting characters, and that's why I never got bored of playing them.

There's nothing interesting about games like GTA IV to make me return and play it.

 

 

Do you try and put IV down at every possible moment? this attack seems pretty random why IV? why not the thousands of other games set in modern times.

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hypersonicSEVN

Early 90's in Los Santos/all surrounding cities that we missed in GTAV should be featured in GTA7. That's where I was raised in that time period, so I am biased; but there would be so many great things they could satire from that location and time. Plus by then (approx 15 years from now), I imagine people will be nostalgic about the 90's and the beginning of the internet age.

 

GTA6 is still up in the air. Most people would likely like a new location with present time. Miami would be great. Vice City 2 situation, updated graphics.

 

OpG1dlp.jpgNot created by me, but I found it quite convincing.

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GTA-121097

I can only guess that R* will keep it modern times, but we never know. I certainly wouldn't be opposed to going into the past. I'm not saying recreate III, VC, SA, LCS, & VCS, but I wouldn't seeing a return to those eras in the HD era, but I know other people wouldn't like that idea just because it would feel too much like the III era, but why not change it up a bit? SA set somewhere in the '80s, LC in early '90s, VC in the early '00s, and like I've seen suggested numerous times SF set in the '70s. Maybe not for the next game, but maybe a future game, but IMO I don't think that R* would go back to that, they could, but I would seriously doubt they would, but I person can at least imagine the past in GTA HD era right?

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The Art of Ignorance

I personally hope it is set in modern times, maybe taking place between the vents of IV and V. It would be interesting if we see that homeless guy who found the diamonds and moved to Vice City. Maybe we could also see some returning characters from both IV and V because in my opinion, seeing reoccurring personalities is one of the nicest things in GTA, it feels like the whole universe in which it is based is really connected and that all events are affected by characters pasts lives etc. So V was set in what 2015? And IV in 2008? Maybe we could see VI in 2012 or something.

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Jimmy

Early 90's in Los Santos/all surrounding cities that we missed in GTAV should be featured in GTA7. That's where I was raised in that time period, so I am biased; but there would be so many great things they could satire from that location and time. Plus by then (approx 15 years from now), I imagine people will be nostalgic about the 90's and the beginning of the internet age.

 

GTA6 is still up in the air. Most people would likely like a new location with present time. Miami would be great. Vice City 2 situation, updated graphics.

 

 

OpG1dlp.jpg

 

Not created by me, but I found it quite convincing.

That logo looks nice. Great thinking from the designer. Speaking of Vice City, I would really love a 90s version. I fair doubt that any San Andreas related cities/locations would be making a return for quite some time. 90s or late 90s would be a perfect Vice City setting as the world prepares to move into the age of internet.

 

Modern location and present time should be the obvious. Again, Rockstar may surprise us with the time.

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Official General

I can only guess that R* will keep it modern times, but we never know. I certainly wouldn't be opposed to going into the past. I'm not saying recreate III, VC, SA, LCS, & VCS, but I wouldn't seeing a return to those eras in the HD era, but I know other people wouldn't like that idea just because it would feel too much like the III era, but why not change it up a bit? SA set somewhere in the '80s, LC in early '90s, VC in the early '00s, and like I've seen suggested numerous times SF set in the '70s. Maybe not for the next game, but maybe a future game, but IMO I don't think that R* would go back to that, they could, but I would seriously doubt they would, but I person can at least imagine the past in GTA HD era right?

None of your ideas here make much sense in my opinion.

 

What's the point in making an SA set in the 1980s ? The same stuff that happened in the LA criminal underworld was exactly the same stuff that was going on in the 1990s (and it was even more crazier in 1990s) - which has already been done in SA. LC in the early 1990s ? Again, what's the point of that when you have Liberty City Stories set in 1998 ? Ok it's the late 90s, but it's still the 90s, and most crime in NYC began to decrease from 1990 onward, so the differences between the two are not that great to warrant an early 90s LC setting. An idea for early 90s LC setting could be a theme based on the John Gotti era, but come on, don't you think most fans have had enough of being overdosed with Mafia stuff GTA now ? VC in the early 2000s ? Just no point in that all, I don't even need to explain that one. SF in the 70s I've always thought was a very unappealing idea, but I won't go over that again.

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