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Posted Feb 27, '14 at 11:24pm

Fuzio

Fuzio

65 posts

What is everyone's favorite mission in a GTA game?

 

Posted Mar 1, '14 at 12:26am

CherryCoke360

CherryCoke360

415 posts

Any mission with little jacob.. that guy is hilarious!

 

Posted Mar 1, '14 at 1:28am

jhonlouie_mendegorin

jhonlouie_mendegorin

17 posts

uhh every ending

but is just play lcs and vcs
in lcs got a helicopter by using a guide that Jam8tone  (youtube)
made

 

Posted Mar 3, '14 at 12:42pm

Shukelven

Shukelven

42 posts

San Andreas has the best storyline by far, I expected more of GTA V story.

 

Posted Mar 4, '14 at 5:04pm

gh0sts

gh0sts

887 posts

What is everyone's favorite mission in a GTA game?

The golf mission in Vice City. Chasing a guy on a golf kart and killing him with a golf club. They could make an entire game based on that premise, provided that the game was made in the 90s before people's storyline standards got so high.

 

Posted Mar 5, '14 at 2:03am

GirIGamer

GirIGamer

18 posts

waiting for the PC release of GTA V I only play GTA series on my PC since GTA III

 

Posted Mar 12, '14 at 12:24am

Ernie15

Ernie15

12,548 posts

Knight

I can tell you what my least favorite mission is. It's the GTA III mission where you have to destroy 3 triad trucks, but they drive at full speed and they're much stronger than regular cars, so it takes forever to hit them enough times to actually destroy them. If you can steal one of them, you're set, but that in itself takes a tremendous amount of effort and planning, with a few dashes of luck and chance.

I'm sure I spent a good half hour on this mission every time I attempted it, if not more. It was a blow to the head every time I failed.

 

Posted Mar 17, '14 at 5:44pm

Kreitmaker

Kreitmaker

260 posts

I hated in the old games (Vice City, San Andreas) how the RC Planes used fuel. I don't know if Rockstar knows, but isn't an RC anything powered by batteries? The missions with those fuel-powered RC Planes were tricky, but they were at least passable.

Rockstar honestly wasted their time making 3 endings for GTA 5. Only one of them was worth playing for, even if it was slightly more difficult than the other two.

When I first played the firefighting missions in Vice City, I was amazed by how much money I was making from completing them. However, it wasn't as interesting to play in San Andreas.

And the tank in Vice City was pure epicness, especially when it could destroy any car at the slightest touch.

The golf mission in Vice City. Chasing a guy on a golf kart and killing him with a golf club. They could make an entire game based on that premise, provided that the game was made in the 90s before people's storyline standards got so high.

I know of an exploit that made the mission much easier that allowed you to get into the golf course without going through the security checkpoint and losing your weapons. All it took was getting a trailer truck, parking near the hedge beside the front gate, and jumping from the truck's roof over the hedge and into the golf course.

I didn't know that for a while, so it was fun running over the bad guy and his henchmen with a golf cart.

Oh, and the game came out in 2002, so yeah.

 

Posted Mar 17, '14 at 6:24pm

Terry_Logic

Terry_Logic

4,222 posts

What is everyone's favorite mission in a GTA game?

It was an early GTA III mission where you had to steal a guy's car, install a car bomb, and re-park the car where the owner left it. It sounds basic and mundane, but I didn't own the game or a PS2--my friend did--and he also did not own a memory card, so every time I went over to his house, I would complete the same missions over again--I never really got past the one where you have to transport three mobsters and shake the police. Out of maybe the first 10 or 15 missions, I would say the car bomb one was my favorite.

There was another one called "Farewell, Chunky Lee Chong" that was always scintillating, but the name of the mission added a lot to that one. Then there was "Van Heist" which was fairly easy for the sum of money they gave you. All you had to do was ram your car into an armored car until it ran out of "health"--usually it took 3 or 4 cars to do this, but compared to other missions that actually involve some strategy and thinking, this one was pretty effortless.

I'm sure I spent a good half hour on this mission every time I attempted it, if not more. It was a blow to the head every time I failed.

Try playing on a console without a memory card and having to redo that same mission even when you complete it the previous time.

 

Posted Mar 19, '14 at 1:47pm

Vinz15

Vinz15

2 posts

Alright everyone pay attention and no one gets hurt!

 
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