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    Lowndry's GameLog for Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas (PC)

    Sunday 18 April, 2010

    So I continued my adventures of San Andreas today and the missions still haven’t really picked up. The First mission I had to complete was going to an old friend Emmitt’s to pick up some fire power. When you entered his house, he almost blew your head off with the gun he was looking at. On your way home from Emmitt’s, you get a call and you have to go pick up some new clothing to match with your hommies. I decided to go with an all green attire to show my true loyalty.

    Once I returned home it was time to go on my first drive by! The goal was to drive into to Ballas territory and kill some Ballas. For some reason they made me drive, again… But since I couldn’t shoot and my fellow gang members were awful marksmen, I decided to take matters into my own hands and run over all of the Ballas to make things go a bit quicker and also more fun for me.

    The next mission was to go break in to an old mans house and steal his guns. Very boring mission in my opinion, just sneak around his house with out making too much noise and take boxes you find back out to the car and then drive away.

    Since I got bored with these missions I decided to mess around once again in the large world of GTA. I picked up a motor cycle and drove around at high speeds. I discovered today that you can find random stunt jump areas and get money for going off of them and doing tricks. I haven’t figured out how to do tricks yet, but I am assuming that you have to gain more driving experience before you learn how to do tricks.

    After playing the game once again today, the game appears to become more and more unethical. First you go on a drive by just because you guys feel like it, and then you break into a guy’s house to steal guns. I find it hard to argue in favor of CJ and his hommies, only because you are doing the same things that you are trying to rid your town of and in my opinion, violence only brings more violence.


    In terms of the ethics of the game, would you make a distinction between the story missions (where you don't really have a choice of what to do) and free-play?

    Monday 26 April, 2010 by jp
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