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jaljax

What Cities Do You Dislike The Most In The Series?

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jaljax

What cities/states do you dislike the most in the whole series?

 

I dislike San Andreas (Gta 5) simply because i find that it's just a boring map and it seems small & to be honest i liked the San Andreas map from Gta San Andreas because it felt like it was a lot bigger & better.

 

Post your opinions on any cities/states you dislike , i'm interested in your opinions.

 

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Queen Elizabeth II

Worst city in the series (IMO):

Vice City (Terrible layout and it is very ugly).

 

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Meh!

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Jeansowaty

Los Santos, mostly in GTA5, the SA version is quite OK. Terribly overrated and well I ain't a fan of Los Angeles in real life either. Vice City is also pretty bad but at least it had its charm.

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Femme Fatale

I think San Fierro is kinda forgettable, there's nothing that would make you want to go back. At least Las Venturas has casinos.

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Efreet

GTA V's Los Santos. I always say that the obnoxious writing is a main reason why I dislike this city the most.

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Queen Elizabeth II

Los Santos (GTA SA / GTA V) is overall pretty bad. I don't like to walk around them and I don't feel any immersion to them. Same goes with Vice City. I don't know why but Liberty City and San Fierro (Las Venturas too) are much better in my opinion.

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will.

I have to say the whole of V's setting (Los Santos and the rest of San An to the north) doesn't really do it for me. While I like Los Santos in the original, I just... don't like it in V, and I agree with Jabalous about the writing being one of the reasons. And I don't like Blaine County at all.

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Tao Cheng

GTAV. I go to Los Angeles a lot and the city does not feel like Southern California at all. Even the Blaine County freeways don't feel like any interstate I've been to!

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DOUGL4S1

The GTA V map has a really weird layout, the main freeway goes into nowhere and comes back into the city, and the Grand Senora desert doesn't feel like a desert for the most part. If anything it feels like a big beach because of the Alamo Sea. There are also tons of places that are useless in the game.

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Steezy.

I honestly like all of the cities, but if I had to choose I'd say Liberty City (3D era) for being used way too much (featured in 4 games) and Vice City for being way too small for such a beautiful city.

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universetwisters

Vice City. As much as I love the game, it's just a sh*tty city. Very poorly laid out and small compared to Liberty City in III.

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DOUGL4S1

Vice City. As much as I love the game, it's just a sh*tty city. Very poorly laid out and small compared to Liberty City in III.

It seems small because of the tons of water in between the islands, but I agree with you. Navigating Vice City seems like navigating a maze while gang members shoot at you because you're Tommy.

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universetwisters

 

Vice City. As much as I love the game, it's just a sh*tty city. Very poorly laid out and small compared to Liberty City in III.

It seems small because of the tons of water in between the islands, but I agree with you. Navigating Vice City seems like navigating a maze while gang members shoot at you because you're Tommy.

 

 

It's not even that. Just look at how much space is just wasted on the beach and tarmac at the airport.

 

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ten-a-penny

I think San Fierro is kinda forgettable, there's nothing that would make you want to go back. At least Las Venturas has casinos.

Not the California Street-grade streets all over the everywhere that allows you to bypass roadblocks like they're nothing? What about the dead-ass brain-dead SFPD AKA Sandbox-Fun PD? How's stunting there, tho? ;)

 

OT: f*ck Las Venturas. Boring, little to no places to bike-stunt (unlike San Fierro and GTAV's Los Santos), and overall ugly. Just because casinos (which are just as boring) are in the dead city, doesn't make it any decent. San Fierro > Everything else.

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Femme Fatale

 

I think San Fierro is kinda forgettable, there's nothing that would make you want to go back. At least Las Venturas has casinos.

Not the California Street-grade streets all over the everywhere that allows you to bypass roadblocks like they're nothing? What about the dead-ass brain-dead SFPD AKA Sandbox-Fun PD? How's stunting there, tho? ;)

Oh yeah, I forgot about all of that, nvm. I guess my least favorite city is VC because of it's kinda small. But it's still charming. :)

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DimitriFaustin

I've always liked every setting, but for some strange reason, III/LCS's Liberty City and Vice City in VC/VCS are both to me "awesome" and "meh" at the same time.

Rockstar did a great job with the settings then, but still it seems like they could have done a lot better.

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jaljax

I agree with all your opinions about Vice City , ya it's small & could've got more area's

 

Ugh casino's & Las Venturas lol, ya i know casino's are a great way of making money , but they were kind of boring at the same time .


I've always liked every setting, but for some strange reason, III/LCS's Liberty City and Vice City in VC/VCS are both to me "awesome" and "meh" at the same time.

Rockstar did a great job with the settings then, but still it seems like they could have done a lot better.

I agree .

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Queen Elizabeth II

 

 

Vice City. As much as I love the game, it's just a sh*tty city. Very poorly laid out and small compared to Liberty City in III.

It seems small because of the tons of water in between the islands, but I agree with you. Navigating Vice City seems like navigating a maze while gang members shoot at you because you're Tommy.

 

 

It's not even that. Just look at how much space is just wasted on the beach and tarmac at the airport.

 

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Rockstar has always made airports too big. Except GTA IV because FIA is just the right size.

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Algonquin Assassin

Don't care for Los Santos in its 3D or HD renditions. San Fierro also. Las Venturas is the only West Coast city I like.

 

East Coast > West Coast.

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DimitriFaustin

Don't care for Los Santos in its 3D or HD renditions. San Fierro also. Las Venturas is the only West Coast city I like.

 

East Coast > West Coast.

Not to ignite a battle between "East Coast vs. West Coast" or derail this thread, but I'd just like to throw in my thoughts on this.

I've always felt both the East Coast and the West Coast were portrayed sufficiently enough in the Grand Theft Auto series (not to mention countless movies,

music, TV shows and other video games) that the lesson learned from all this is that deep down in both coasts, society is extremely superficial with a almost complete

lack of humanity and genuine people are hard to find. Even if it's an ice cold killer like Niko Bellic or a maniac like Trevor Philips, in some ways they're a better example

to society even if their actions are completely amoral, illegal, and just plain reckless. Even people like Tommy Vercetti, CJ and Vic Vance are more relatable than the

celebrities a lot of people sheepishly idolize instead of taking responsibility for their own lives.

Again, not wanting to derail the thread, I just wanted to weigh in on this.

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Giantsgiants

Los Santos. Not much of a Los Angeles person in real life, and the atmosphere of Los Santos in the HD era is kinda bland. By comparison, HD era Liberty City had quite the diverse atmosphere with all the various gangs and unique gang vehicles driving around the streets.

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Johnny Spaz

The upper part of GTA V's map was god awful, Paleto Bay & Mount Chiliad were okay but that's it. Los Santos was pretty good though. Could've used more hood/lower income areas but besides that it's good.

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LaBombaRomba

III's LC and V's LS. And whilst I agree with what people have said about VC being really badly laid out, I don't think that's enough to outweigh the things I liked about it.

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assCRACK_98

Anywhere city, I hate GTA2s feel for some reason. I don't really like that post-industrial thing plus it makes me feel like I'm in a flea market for some reason lmao.

 

Next would be V's LS but I like the sunny theme and feel and some areas are ok, it's just that I think some areas are way too small in comparison to thier real life counterpart and it f*cks with immersion.

 

Vice City is pretty small but I never really gave that any thought.

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TheSadisticOwl

GTA 3's Liberty City, specially after you leave Portland. While Portland is a small, poor district compared to Staunton, it's very detailed and it has a great atmosphere to it, specially at the Red Light District. Anything beyond that island however, is dissapointingly bad; Staunton Island might be big and richer, but much lesser detailed and has a very confusing layout to get used to, which isn't helped by the amount of timed missions it has and those stupid don't damage the car ones.

 

And Shoreside Vale is simply boring. It's also hard to get used to, it has nothing to it that makes you want to go back and explore it more and even for a mostly industrial area, it's really lacking.

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Queen Elizabeth II

Anywhere city, I hate GTA2s feel for some reason. I don't really like that post-industrial thing plus it makes me feel like I'm in a flea market for some reason lmao.

 

 

Oh yes. I hope Rockstar will never try this "Futuristic" setting again. It was awful!

 

(Even though I played GTA 2 on PSX like crazy back in the day)

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jaljax

Ya Anywhere City was awful lol, they should of made the setting for GTA 2 a lot better like they did with GTA 1 where you had the option to go to Liberty City, Vice City , & San Andreas

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The Rockstar Gamer 108

Liberty City of III/LCS (I played GTA III after completing GTA IV)

San Fierro (It's not even a bit like the SFO I've visited)

Las Venturas (Something is missing in there I feel)

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(Ambient)

It's hard to say which city I dislike the most as it's a fight between 3D era Los Santos and Las Venturas, but I will go with LV, because there's more stuff that interests me here in LS.

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SmokesWithCigs

alderney and broker blechh !!!!! yuck!!!!!

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