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  1. 1. Which group is your favorite?

  2. 2. Which Season has the best climax so far?

    • The "outbreak" - Season 1
    • The Battle of the Birds - Season 2
    • The Invasion of the Mother - Season 3
    • The Battle of the Gangs - Season 4
    • The Battle of the Woods - Season 5
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  3. 3. What is your favorite character?

    • Arya (The Tigers)
    • Brooke (The Butterflies)
    • Dana (The Hawks)
    • James (The Owls)
    • Juliet (The Tigers)
    • Leonard (The Butterflies)
    • Michael (The Crows)
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    • Paul (The Lions)
    • Rodric (The Owls)
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    • Samuel (The Hawks)
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Not having enough time to play The Game? Feeling lazy to open GTA SA? The Complete Seasons will be posted in a video format from now on, besides the MP. Season 1 is here:

 

 

 

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It's a very long MP, I can't believe you designed 4 seasons without talking a coffee break. Good luck on it, it deserve to be the most promising MP cause amethyst's "The Hunter Diaries" don't even have 4 missions and it's been chosen The most promising MP. Damn, no wonder why DYOM is a wasteland. Anyway once again good luck on this.

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12 minutes ago, The Half-Blood Prince said:

Not having enough time to play The Game? Feeling lazy to open GTA SA? The Complete Seasons will be posted in a video format from now on, besides the MP. Season 1 is here:

 

 

 

Nice video THBP. :)

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I'll start updating the pack again once I get rid of a crash in the mission I'm making. 

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THE GAME'S TRIVIA - PART 2

 

3. GROUPS 

 

- The Great Hexagon is composed by six groups, where the players are divided due to their personality traits. The players were divided after making a psychological test that fits their personalities to the groups requirements;

- The green color of the Hexagon is from the Butterflies, composed by Brooke (aka The Queen of the Gangs), Jane and Leonard. Their slogan is "Victory comes for the most developed". The Butterflies are usually more communicative and creative, and their self knowledge allows them to develop their own skills better than the other players.

- The purple of the Hexagon is from the Crows, composed by Jason, Michael (aka Little Devil) and Nathan. Their slogan is "Victory comes for the darkest". The Crows are mysterious and excellent secret keepers, and always it's expected of one of them to have an ace up in their sleeve.

- The yellow of the Hexagon is from the Hawks, composed by Dana (aka The Black Widow), Mark, Richard and Samuel. Their slogan is "Victory comes for the watchers". The Hawks usually notice details most part of the people don't, and they're pay too much attention to the details.

- The red of the Hexagon is from the Lions, composed by Ashley, Chloe, Paul (aka Lord of the Justice) and Sophie. Their slogan is "Victory comes for the bravest". The Lions are true lords, superb and robust. They also have intense traits of leadership and sovereignty.

- The blue of the Hexagon is from the Owls, composed by James (aka Brain with a mouth), Jasmine and Rodric. Their slogan is "Victory comes for the smartest". The Owls are great articulators and conspirators, besides the great skills with logic problems.

- The white of the Hexagon is from the Tigers, composed by Arya (aka The Mother of Tigers), Emily and Juliet. Their slogan is "Victory comes for the strongest". The Tigers are tough and their personalities are extremely strong. They also are good in team work, with great skills in cooperation with each other.

 

4. CURIOSITIES ABOUT THE PLAYERS

 

- Arya (The Tigers), Paul (The Lions) and Brooke (The Butterflies) were classmates in High School. Their relationship is mentioned many times in the story, besides the stronger relation between Paul and Arya.

- Brooke and Leonard (The Butterflies) are boyfriend and girlfriend for years. Their relation started before Brooke became the Queen of Gang's Landing.

- Brooke was named The Queen of the Gangs after her father, the man who joined four gangs in one, died. The gangsters decided to keep his daughter their leader.

- Arya (The Tigers) is an agent of the Triads, a group of asian mobsters affiliated to the Government, whose HQ is in Chinatown (San Fierro). She also have a jetpack, that she won once from a merchant who didn't know how to activate it.

- Dana (The Hawks) is a fanatic and a extremist of the religion Epsilon. She maintain a cult in Aldea Malvada that use an old tradition of Kifflom, that made rituals burning bodies alive and dead to win power and status from the Gods.

- Rodric (The Owls) was filiated once to the Fort Carson MC, but he left once he got a family.

- Jason (The Crows) and Dana (The Hawks) already knew each other before the Program. Dana usually helps him with the mobsters at the Wall.

- Jane (The Butterflies) and Dana (The Hawks) are sisters. Jane was adopted by Dana's family when the last one was a teenager. The relation between the two weren't too much healthy due to Dana's jealous.

- Paul (The Lions) is a hacker who uses the nickname of "The Lord of the Justice". The Lords of the Justice were a group of professional killers who were servants to the God of the Justice, an alternate God who is worshiped by the habitants of the free city of Bayside. 

- Juliet (The Tigers) is a lesbian girl who were obligated to work as a prostitute to have money to live. She had a relation with a girl, and her father, a religious extremist, gave money to the girl to f*ck another guys, making Juliet watch the whole scene. Juliet never talked to her family after this, and didn't find any other way to survive than becoming a prostitute.

- Mark (The Hawks) is filiated to a group of mercenaries who works like hitmen for the factions.

- Samuel (The Hawks) is the Vice Commander of the Police Department, one of the most corrupt departments in the world.

 

Coming soon: Factions, Territories and Religions

 

NEW EPISODE

SEASON 5, EPISODE 5: ARYA

 

http://dyom.gtagames.nl/show/54570

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"North Mafia, South Mafia, Gangsters, Bikers, Terrorists...They're all just spokes in a wheel. This one's on top, then that one's on top. And on, and on, it spins crushing those in the ground."

 

SEASON 5 - EPISODE 8

 

POV: JULIET (THE TIGERS)

 

http://dyom.gtagames.nl/show/54704

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I like your mission pack man, keep it up. Eagerly waiting for the continuations.

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Good night, DYOM Community...

 

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the God of the Justice send his regards

 

Season 5, Episode 9: Paul

Season 5, Finale: Epilogue

 

SEASON 1: THE HEXAGON ✓

SEASON 2: THE BATTLE OF THE BIRDS ✓

SEASON 3: THE RAINS OF CASTAMERE ✓

SEASON 4: THE QUEEN OF THE GANGS ✓

SEASON 5: THE CLASH OF THE FACTIONS ✓

SEASON 6: _ _ _   _ _ _ _ _ _   _ _   _ _ _   _ _ _ _ (SOON)

 

 

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SEASON 5 CHECKLIST

 

The most intense Season of The Game so far has finished just now and it's time to resume everything that happened so far. Be careful: Spoilers ahead.

 

 

 

 

CHARACTERS CHECKLIST:

 

THE BUTTERFLIES                   THE CROWS               THE HAWKS

Brooke (dead)                    Jason (alive)           Dana (alive)

Jane (dead)                     Michael (alive)          Mark (dead)

Leonard (arrested)               Nathan (dead)          Richard (dead)

                                                         Samuel(alive)

 

THE LIONS                          THE OWLS              THE TIGERS

Ashley (alive)                    James (dead)          Arya (alive)

Chloe (alive)                    Jasmine (alive)        Emily (dead)

Paul (alive)                      Rodric (alive)       Juliet (alive)

Sophie (alive)

 

 

THE HEXAGON'S SITUATION:

 

 

THE BUTTERFLIES: (R.I.P.)

THE CROWS: Alliance with the Hawks

THE HAWKS: Alliance with the Crows

THE LIONS: Alliance with the Tigers and with the Owls 

THE OWLS: Alliance with the Lions and with the Tigers

THE TIGERS: Alliance with the Lions and with the Owls

 

 

MAIN EVENT'S CHECKLIST:

 

Main Event #5: The Battle of the Woods

 

After the events of Season 4, Paul takes the rest of The Lions, along with Arya and Juliet (The Tigers) and the few remaining members of the Grove Street, to the base of the Colony (aka terrorists), in the Woods. After taking Gang's Landing in the Battle of the Gangs,the bikers made an alliance with the South Mafia, ruled by Dana, and to avoid the former Queen's allies to attack the Wall, sent the Ballas to protect the base of the South Mafia, and part of the army of bikers to the Woods. Having James on the lead, the bikers managed to attack the base of the terrorists, but quickly got surrounded and defeated. Paul, after discovering about Brooke's death, chase after James and kills him.

 

 

Missions:

James

Juliet

Arya

Paul

Epilogue

 

 

 

 

Casualties:

James (The Owls)

 

 

Consequences for the next chapters:

 

Coming Soon

 

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On 9/20/2018 at 6:03 AM, SkyGTA_User said:

I liked the Main Title! How did you made the sa map? And its heights and circle icons

 

I used the map in the Area 69. I believe the "circle icons" that you mentionned are the pool balls, each one of the flying ones are the characters alive and the ones in the map are the locations of the POVs.

 

I finally corrected my gta problem so I'll be back to design soon. Unfortunately, I still with no internet at the new house. Soon, new info for the next season

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The Game is celebrating this month the first year after the release of its first missions. And obviously, I couldn't let that pass without nothing. A Special Edition of the Main Titles of the next season shows The Wall emerging from the floor, in the same style of the Main Titles of the previous seasons. 

 

 

 

The 6th Season of The Game will have the greateast battle of the whole pack, including most part of the characters and factions previously presented in the story. This time, the 10 episodes will be released together at once, so you can have quite a time to finish the other 5 seasons and be able to enjoy the fresh new Season in the same day it's released.

 

Celebrate The Game's first year anniversary with the hashtag #thegame1yo

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My full review of the game right now, Major full spoilers and for @The Half-Blood Prince:

Spoiler

My review of the seasons of The Game:

 

 Overview:

The Game is a good plot and nicely done, what I liked is the introduction of groupes of the Game, at first I thought the protaginst would be Paul after playing with it, but it's seems everytime we goes to another character and know more about him.

 

At the first missions I was very excited to see the rivalry of the factions, you defined the factions very nice and excellence, at first seeing Jane death was really horrible, why would an awful idea come to the author mind in the beginning of the the story? I mean, must of the character should play a small/ big role of the story but I wasn't expecting the character Jane ending like that, it's would make the players asking themself who the killer of Jane and why? it's seems you trying to put this more of a decetive story but it's always stay the "The Game".

 

The other parts were showing more info about the characters and their successful path, and making custom names of the characters really maked me astonished! Lords and Queens and Mothers, you did a big debut of the past. and you remembered the players about Epilson program which is unsolved and unknown religion, having such operations of their traditions

 

the final parts was showing moments of the last beats of character death, and they always emotional to me though, but it's transfered the "Game" into a happy ending and stop the destruction of rivals. and my overview rating is 9.25/10

 

Gameplay: The gameplay was good and simple, planing missions and training is intersting, but what I really disliked is the lack of actions and objectives, the activity of the behavior it's worse in the first season and I knew you said "It's just for introducting the characters and factions" but at least do some objectives or doing actions, I knew you did just walking objectives but it's not enough.

and the others seasons was great and excicting to play, it's was special actions for me and just like came up with suprise, attacking and sneaking and, the assualt of the characters is very tough. So the gameplay rating is 7/10.

 

Plot:The story is very energetic, the characters was quite done, we got impressive cutscenes that players love to look at, and the intro was well designed perfectly, we knew you struggled repeating the intro once a new season begins, but to be honest. It's was boring, I skipped the intro and I knew you will repeat it all over, it's just like you ruined The Game with that intro. my option it's to change the seasons intro every time, not always rely on that one you created, so my rate of the plot is 9.5/10.

 

And it's seems for your full review rating of me, and it's 9/10, Good job, you deserve it.

 

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It’s been almost 2 years since THBP’s The Game Season 5 has been released and it is still without continuation. Although, since THBP has taken quite a long relapse from making missions, it’a quite possible that this MP is already dead. So I decided to write down a lil’ quick review about things I like and don’t like about this MP. Spoilers ahead...

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Things I like:

- Cool story. While a lot of the plot points were taken from Game of Thrones, the story still manages to stay on its own feet through its solid world-building and characters.

- Cool setpieces. Who’d have thought that almost all of the places that you visit in The Game are entirely custom made in DYOM? THBP’s skills in making such amazing places out of limited objects compare to no one’s.

- Cool characters. The Game has a roster of 20 different people, all of them having a significant degree of impact on the plot (expect Nathan, he sucks ass. Seriously, even that Richard kid who died before the events of the main plot has more story significance that Nathan ever had.) These characters are easily distinguishable from one another and all of them feel like real people, who begin to lose sense of their human moral qualities after being caught up in an obsessive struggle for power and superiority. This MP has a lot of awesome character moments and story arcs, but these 3 are my absolute favorites:

1. The Crows. While the other groups try to maintain a sense of righteousness, these guys don’t. They’re shown as purely evil bastards from the very start. They freely admit to being the weirdos, the psychopaths, and their actions confirm these claims perfectly. Jason is a complete monster who rapes underage girls, feeds human meat to his own men and his own men to the dogs, and that’s what I love/hate about him. Michael, Jason’s top goon, also proves to be a sick bastard when he literally slices Leo’s dick for... some reason. The darkest, indeed.

2. James and his entire character development, or better said, character degeneration. During his introductory scene at the bar, James is shown as a very intelligent and soft-spoken, but also nihilistic and apathetic man. When Jane tells him that she believes in God and prosperity, James rebuffs her and starts lecturing her on how God is a lie created by delusional fools who don’t want to face the cruelty of the world. The clash of beliefs, Jane’s altruism vs. James’ social darwinism, can be every bit as epic as a clash on the battlefield and it definitely was in that scene, especially when both Jane and Leo give James an epic comeback, forcing him  to relent and admit the flaws of his worldview. By the time Season 2 starts, the character development kicks in and James mellows out and becomes less of a Nietzschian wannabe jerk. His friendship with Rodric is heartfelt and genuine, showing his more decent, if still apathetic side of him. Then, after the duo blows up Nathan’s chopper and it crashes into the building, the most epic scene of Season 2 happens: Rodric gets fed up with his partner’s apathy and calls him out for his selfishness and cowardice, and ventures off into the burning building to save the people inside. James, stunned by the defiance and audacity of his friend, finally gets over his nihilism and follows Rodric into the burning building. Honestly, back then I rooted for James really hard, and although the rescue was an epic fail, because both James and Rodric ended up getting stuck under the debris, the mere fact that he was willing to go through such a thing meant a lot me, as a player. Then... the unfortunate happens. Season 3 kicks in and James’ entire characterization goes up its own ass. James returns to being the nihilistic Nietzschian prick who rambles about "survival of the fittest", "be a selfish bitch", "it’s all about me and everyone else is stupid", etc... But even after being ousted as a villain, James is a till cool enough of a guy to me because of his intelligence and scheming talent... until he killed Brooke. Then I started to dislike him... because after that he completely lost his bad guy appeal and turned into a submissive lapdog for Jonas, the biker jackass boss. But after he backstabbed his own friend Rodric to appease the aforementioned biker jackass boss, he was DEAD to me. Seriously. I hated him with every fiber of my being and I wanted him to die like a chump he is. And I got more than I bargained for: Paul verbally breaking and executing James was probably the most cathartic thing in the entire MP. And so ends the path of James Brain-with-a-mouth: started as a badass, died like a sewer rat, which is probably how THBP himself intended.

3. Samuel, the fat cop dude from the Hawks, is my third favorite character because of how he tries retain some of his decency, despite working for Dana, an ass-crazy Epsilon cult matriarch. The said matriarch also being affiliated with pedo-Jason and his cannibal mobs to boot. Aside from assisting the Epsilon cult in some of their unsavory deeds and also happily recalling that one time when he shot a black drug dealer for fun, Sammy seems like a pretty jovial guy, the one you would happily call to your birthday party. Sure, being a good guy and a Hawk at the same time is an oxymoron so he has to balance on a razor-sharp edge to stay human. The first signs of humanity he starts showing when poor, much-suffered Leo is given an extended stay at the LSPD lockup, being tortured and starved for... some reason, when Sam starts giving him a little food and water, and also revealing that he only follows Dana out of fear, not loyalty. But then he betrays his best friend Mark, ratting him out to Dana and killing him, showing that he’s still willing to do some bad things for her. Does he really fear her that much or is he actually loyal? Who knows. Anyway, Sam is a very conflicted character, not the one who is easily branded as a hero or a villain, which perfectly fits into the moral ambiguity of this MP.

- Cool gameplay. There’s not much of it, but when it happens, it does so awesomely. Small details like realistically limited ammo and headshots also help.

Things I dislike:

- Nathan. What a useless heap of pixels. Seriously, how can someone who’s supposed to be Jason’s best friend and second-in-command be so inconsequential? Aside from a single scene at the bar and a convo with Dana, Nate has no characterization, dies in the most abrupt fashion possible and is never mentioned by anyone ever, not even his so-called homie Jason. God, I swear he was only created to make the number of Hexagon participants end with a zero.

- The Game itself. Something tells me that the events of this MP is not how the Game was supposed to go down. From what it looks like the Game is supposed to be a contest where 20 people separated into teams are supposed to compete with one other, the place at the SA local government being the prize. And yet the nature of the Game itself is not explained at all. What are you even supposed to do? Are there any gradients? Any specific instructions, goals or missions? Originally, people are supposed make peace treaties and alliances with the other people and then do... what exactly? The teams are either killing each other or slacking off, and neither would be good for government work. The government in SA doesn’t even do anything in the first place, doesn’t fight crime, doesn’t care about corruption... What’s purpose of this damn Hexagon program anyway, if it only gives nut jobs like Jason and Dana access to the City Hall? Oh well, maybe I’m overanalyzing...

Oh boy, so much for a lil’ review. God, I hope you won’t be dissuaded from it because it’s so long. Anyways, superb MP 9.5/10

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It’s been almost 2 years since THBP’s The Game Season 5 has been released and it is still without continuation. Although, since THBP has taken quite a long relapse from making missions, it’a quite possible that this MP is already dead. So I decided to write down a lil’ quick review about things I like and don’t like about this MP. Spoilers ahead...

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Things I like:

- Cool story. While a lot of the plot points were taken from Game of Thrones, the story still manages to stay on its own feet through its solid world-building and characters.

- Cool setpieces. Who’d have thought that almost all of the places that you visit in The Game are entirely custom made in DYOM? THBP’s skills in making such amazing places out of limited objects compare to no one’s.

- Cool characters. The Game has a roster of 20 different people, all of them having a significant degree of impact on the plot (expect Nathan, he sucks ass. Seriously, even that Richard kid who died before the events of the main plot has more story significance that Nathan ever had.) These characters are easily distinguishable from one another and all of them feel like real people, who begin to lose sense of their human moral qualities after being caught up in an obsessive struggle for power and superiority. This MP has a lot of awesome character moments and story arcs, but these 3 are my absolute favorites:

1. The Crows. While the other groups try to maintain a sense of righteousness, these guys don’t. They’re shown as purely evil bastards from the very start. They freely admit to being the weirdos, the psychopaths, and their actions confirm these claims perfectly. Jason is a complete monster who rapes underage girls, feeds human meat to his own men and his own men to the dogs, and that’s what I love/hate about him. Michael, Jason’s top goon, also proves to be a sick bastard when he literally slices Leo’s dick for... some reason. The darkest, indeed.

2. James and his entire character development, or better said, character degeneration. During his introductory scene at the bar, James is shown as a very intelligent and soft-spoken, but also nihilistic and apathetic man. When Jane tells him that she believes in God and prosperity, James rebuffs her and starts lecturing her on how God is a lie created by delusional fools who don’t want to face the cruelty of the world. The clash of beliefs, Jane’s altruism vs. James’ social darwinism, can be every bit as epic as a clash on the battlefield and it definitely was in that scene, especially when both Jane and Leo give James an epic comeback, forcing him  to relent and admit the flaws of his worldview. By the time Season 2 starts, the character development kicks in and James mellows out and becomes less of a Nietzschian wannabe jerk. His friendship with Rodric is heartfelt and genuine, showing his more decent, if still apathetic side of him. Then, after the duo blows up Nathan’s chopper and it crashes into the building, the most epic scene of Season 2 happens: Rodric gets fed up with his partner’s apathy and calls him out for his selfishness and cowardice, and ventures off into the burning building to save the people inside. James, stunned by the defiance and audacity of his friend, finally gets over his nihilism and follows Rodric into the burning building. Honestly, back then I rooted for James really hard, and although the rescue was an epic fail, because both James and Rodric ended up getting stuck under the debris, the mere fact that he was willing to go through such a thing meant a lot me, as a player. Then... the unfortunate happens. Season 3 kicks in and James’ entire characterization goes up its own ass. James returns to being the nihilistic Nietzschian prick who rambles about "survival of the fittest", "be a selfish bitch", "it’s all about me and everyone else is stupid", etc... But even after being ousted as a villain, James is a till cool enough of a guy to me because of his intelligence and scheming talent... until he killed Brooke. Then I started to dislike him... because after that he completely lost his bad guy appeal and turned into a submissive lapdog for Jonas, the biker jackass boss. But after he backstabbed his own friend Rodric to appease the aforementioned biker jackass boss, he was DEAD to me. Seriously. I hated him with every fiber of my being and I wanted him to die like a chump he is. And I got more than I bargained for: Paul verbally breaking and executing James was probably the most cathartic thing in the entire MP. And so ends the path of James Brain-with-a-mouth: started as a badass, died like a sewer rat, which is probably how THBP himself intended.

3. Samuel, the fat cop dude from the Hawks, is my third favorite character because of how he tries retain some of his decency, despite working for Dana, an ass-crazy Epsilon cult matriarch. The said matriarch also being affiliated with pedo-Jason and his cannibal mobs to boot. Aside from assisting the Epsilon cult in some of their unsavory deeds and also happily recalling that one time when he shot a black drug dealer for fun, Sammy seems like a pretty jovial guy, the one you would happily call to your birthday party. Sure, being a good guy and a Hawk at the same time is an oxymoron so he has to balance on a razor-sharp edge to stay human. The first signs of humanity he starts showing when poor, much-suffered Leo is given an extended stay at the LSPD lockup, being tortured and starved for... some reason, when Sam starts giving him a little food and water, and also revealing that he only follows Dana out of fear, not loyalty. But then he betrays his best friend Mark, ratting him out to Dana and killing him, showing that he’s still willing to do some bad things for her. Does he really fear her that much or is he actually loyal? Who knows. Anyway, Sam is a very conflicted character, not the one who is easily branded as a hero or a villain, which perfectly fits into the moral ambiguity of this MP.

- Cool gameplay. There’s not much of it, but when it happens, it does so awesomely. Small details like realistically limited ammo and headshots also help.

Things I dislike:

- Nathan. What a useless heap of pixels. Seriously, how can someone who’s supposed to be Jason’s best friend and second-in-command be so inconsequential? Aside from a single scene at the bar and a convo with Dana, Nate has no characterization, dies in the most abrupt fashion possible and is never mentioned by anyone ever, not even his so-called homie Jason. God, I swear he was only created to make the number of Hexagon participants end with a zero.

- The Game itself. Something tells me that the events of this MP is not how the Game was supposed to go down. From what it looks like the Game is supposed to be a contest where 20 people separated into teams are supposed to compete with one other, the place at the SA local government being the prize. And yet the nature of the Game itself is not explained at all. What are you even supposed to do? Are there any gradients? Any specific instructions, goals or missions? Originally, people are supposed make peace treaties and alliances with the other people and then do... what exactly? The teams are either killing each other or slacking off, and neither would be good for government work. The government in SA doesn’t even do anything in the first place, doesn’t fight crime, doesn’t care about corruption... What’s purpose of this damn Hexagon program anyway, if it only gives nut jobs like Jason and Dana access to the City Hall? Oh well, maybe I’m overanalyzing...

Oh boy, so much for a lil’ review. God, I hope you won’t be dissuaded from it because it’s so long. Anyways, superb MP 9.5/10

 

Hey, man. I appreciate the feedback. Unfortunately, as you said, this MP has been discontinued for several reasons two years ago. However, a new and developed version of this story has been released recently in something I intended to make when I still had a good computer, which is not the case now. If you're interested, here's the link for it. It only got three released missions:

https://gtaforums.com/topic/928694-chronicles-of-the-forsaken-lands-1-a-toast-for-vipers/

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