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Hellooo, the title says it. I tought this’d be a good idea so there it goes.

 

I’m at the part tony and sal leave their territory, two missions later or something toni’ll get made.

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I enjoyed LCS, it was like III with VC mechanics, and cool mafia story.

I like the addition of few new vehicles and redesigning of some models like Manana or Perenial, radio was also a step up from III although I don't know why they didn't make a proper rock station.

And there was a ton of things to do if you want to reach 100% so I'd say money well spent.

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There weren’t many but i liked the side activities. Radio and vehicles were awesome indeed. And personally i think this game has some of the best physics for vehicles in the entire series.

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I love it. Would’ve been better with IIIs timecyc tho because f*ck saturation 

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2 hours ago, universetwisters said:

I love it. Would’ve been better with IIIs timecyc tho because f*ck saturation 

Does LCS have a filter?

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I tought III had a filter. It always looks dark while LCS is shiney half of the time.

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It has this nice warm glow to it is all I can say.

And it's also nice how this game has interiors for safe houses and clothes options, makes it nice for jogging in the park nearby hehe.

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7 hours ago, Payne said:

what kinda difference does it make?

 

III looks more natural/simple while LCS is more vibrant 

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The PSP atmosphere is much brighter, while the PS2 is a bit darker like III but not as dreary as III.

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11 hours ago, universetwisters said:

III looks more natural/simple while LCS is more vibrant 

I always tought LCS was more realistic in terms of colors and such. I  mean is NYC that dark really? I’ve never been, just seen in movies.

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11 minutes ago, Payne said:

I always tought LCS was more realistic in terms of colors and such. I  mean is NYC that dark really? I’ve never been, just seen in movies.

 

I can tell you for sure it isn't this vibrant irl:

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On 1/25/2020 at 9:13 PM, Payne said:

Hellooo, the title says it. I tought this’d be a good idea so there it goes.

 

I’m at the part tony and sal leave their territory, two missions later or something toni’ll get made.

your next mission is killing the mayor ?

man, i'm at the end of this game

i'll just finish the last side missions and complete the last mission

and then,ladies and gentlemen, GTA LCS is 100% complete

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6 minutes ago, Ahmedmfroezspeed said:

your next mission is killing the mayor ?

ı completed four times before, never made %100 tho

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Just now, Payne said:

ı completed four times before, never made %100 tho

rlly ? this is my first gameplay of gta lcs man

and i'm close to 100%

i'm not joking, this really is my first walkthrough of gta lcs,man

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I've  beaten lcs before on both PS2 and PS3, but i really want to play again on PC with an emulator, I only need a freaking controller. VCS too.

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On 2/2/2020 at 12:46 PM, Payne said:

I always tought LCS was more realistic in terms of colors and such. I  mean is NYC that dark really? I’ve never been, just seen in movies.

Well these are pics I took last fall around late September early October which is around the time LCS takes place. You can see that NYC isn't that dark or dull with the colors, and Liberty City is mostly spot on with weather and colors for a PSP game.

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4 hours ago, Chase2002 said:

Was the mission "Bringing the House Down" partly inspired by the Oklahoma City bombing?

 

No, why would it be?

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I played LCS first instead of III so when we killed Salvatore in III I was like WTF.

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On 2/11/2020 at 1:47 AM, Zello said:

I played LCS first instead of III so when we killed Salvatore in III I was like WTF.

 

Realtalk I feel really bad for people who played the gta games out of order (going by release dates) but then again it’s be a fresh perspective. I played each gta game as they came out 

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On 2/11/2020 at 12:55 AM, universetwisters said:

 

No, why would it be?

Both of them involve killing innocent people while bombing some buildings and they take place in the 1990s.

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1 minute ago, Chase2002 said:

Both of them involve killing innocent people while bombing some buildings and they take place in the 1990s.

 

By that logic, Blow Up Dolls is based on the Waco siege because they both involve a building being destroyed.

 

Just because X and Y event have basic similarities doesn't mean X is a reference to Y

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