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    Mar 11th, 2010 at 10:25:47     -    Grand Theft Auto - San Andreas (PS2)

    I am not sure which surprised me more in the game GTA San Andreas. It is between blasting cops, whores, and drug dealers in the head with a shotgun and being gunned down by a helicopters and hundreds of officers shooting to kill me. When the player dies in the game, the screen gets gray and focuses on the body. In an instance where you are on top of a building and u get shot down, the kill cam will catch u falling until you hit the ground. The ability to die and how Rock-star presents the death in the game makes somewhat of an impact. The camera will move out and you will see all the hell you have caused in San Andreas. Another aspect of San Andreas which got hold of my attention was the fact that you are able to gamble, drink, and smoke weed. I have played games before like Tony Hawk 4, and there were stations where you could gamble your money. The game made this very kid friendly and fun. They mean no harm by adding the aspect of gambling. Unlike gambling, smoking weed is different. Gambling is illegal till 21, but weed is illegal for all ages. Knowing weed is illegal, I find it odd that they would try to put that in there. I feel they put a positive connotation on weed when playing the game.

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    Mar 11th, 2010 at 10:09:27     -    Grand Theft Auto - San Andreas (PS2)

    Rock-star has created a game in which the sandbox style of play is available. Within this city of San Andreas, your character can be controlled by the player to an exact of how far he will take it with the women. I think one of the greatest qualities about GTA is that the player is making choices that will affect the outcome of the game. Whether or not a player chooses to have sex with a women has much of an effect later on in the game. The fact the video games are giving the option to have sex with...a whore. That amazed me of how in depth these games go, and how far can they push the thresholds of the content in video games.

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    Mar 2nd, 2010 at 10:18:59     -    Grand Theft Auto - San Andreas (PS2)

    San Andreas was a lot of fun when playing for the whole day and night. By this, I mean I spend way too much time sniping people from a building to building flying around in a sweet jet pack. The cut scenes throughout San Andreas are filled with explosions and such giving great detail to the story. San Andreas gives the gamer two options: first, you can choose to be a good guy, or you could choose to be a dirty bad guy. Whatever you choose, the game will be much fun for players. One important aspect of the game are the stars. There are six stars on your screen that all have an outline. You start out with zero, but if you are seen by cops committing a crime, one star will pop up. If you walk up to the officer and shoot him, two stars will be added to your one. Overall, I love GTA San Andreas

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    Mar 2nd, 2010 at 01:26:37     -    Grand Theft Auto - San Andreas (PS2)

    Before playing San Andreas, I had recently played GTA: Vice City. I knew what the idea of the game was, but I was quickly suprised by how San Andreas was quite similar. Well, I was not suprised at all to tell the truth. With San Andreas, there is the shared plot alike all other GTA games. Your player is starting at the bottom of everything trying to build their name in a world that is ruled by the mob. I find this game extremely fun because there is no pressure to do any particular missions. Your phone will ring every now and then offering a mission for you, but there is no pressure to answer the call. San Andreas is one of the best GTA games in my opinion to get the cheats, allowing the player to access nice cars, helicopters, and all the guns a serial killer could dream of.

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