Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas
Dear Diary, I slapped a pimp today. Why? He slept with my hoe.
Choice; Something you don’t get in this, (besides the weapons and the cars you, “acquire”) installment of the famous Rockstar series, Grand Theft Auto Andreas. You are immediately thrown into a flurry of violence. In about the first ten minutes I played. I had already hi-jacked a truck and was headed over to some guys place because he was having problems with someone else. (Some random side mission) You don’t have the typical choice of going out and turning in applications for businesses. The streets of San Andreas are your business, and for the people that get in your way; “they get shot, and survivors will be shot again.” As diabolically humorous as that quote is, it sums up the game quite nicely.
Shooting up someone over nothing. It's a kind of release for me i guess. Let me explain. For all the aggression I feel towards the world, friends, arguments that make me mad or upset, I can release that tension in my spine by shooting random civilians. Disturbing as it may be, it keeps me from stressing out in the real world.
Higher authority in GTA:SA, dictates you to eventually do the, generally, morally wrong choice. It won't matter however long you try not to kill a civilian or any other character for that matter, the games missions rely on you doing the games dirty work, hence you a thug, and therefore you do,
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