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San Andreas' only fault was the inability to murder your brother and join the Ballers.
YOU PICKED THE WRONG HOUSE, FOOL!
C.J. I think you may be over-reacting on the whole construction workers whistling at your sister thing.
I'll have two number 9s, a number 9 large, a number 6 w/extra dip, a number 7, two number 45s, one with cheese, and a large soda.
@CT Phipps the ability to join the ballers would have made no sense at all.
I was being facetious and merely reflecting on the fact your brother is a small minded ungrateful jerkass. Of course, I actually tend to agree with GTA V's interpretation that the conflict was pointless and egged on by guys like Tenpenny. Alternate universe or not.
I never understood that "New gen; new universe" theory. Please explain.
Well, the developers have said as much. Also, you can see Ryder, CJ, and Big Smoke biking around so I don't think the events are meant to have happened.
Yeah when Rockstar created the HD universe as it's called it didn't continue on from previous GTAs, though some elements have carried over such as the character Lazlow.
I have no idea come to think of it. I guess they wanted to start over again but not lose everything. Besides, they couldn't reuse Liberty City again if they kept the same universe I guess.
Dan says that no one before GTA IV will be in it – the move to HD created a schism in this fictional universe, rendering CJ, Toni and co, as mythical characters from a bygone era. The games leading up to IV exist separate universe timeline to that of the 'HD' era, if you will.
But will we see stories from the previous game looping into this one? "I think that might be too mannered," says Houser. "Niko had a particular kind of story and we're trying to make this different.
We might allude to things from that world, but we didn't want it to feel like, well, here's the opposite of an immigration story – we wanted a fresh take on what it means to be a criminal in this world of hyper-real Americana". Interview with Dan Houser