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The Rockstar developers are utterly in love with the idea of the American city: the riot of decay and grandeur, the garish commercialism, the violence and beauty, the architectural delights hidden in every corner. As with previous games in the series, you play as a minor thug climbing the crime ladder by fulfilling missions.
But you can totally ignore the missions and simply go exploring, eavesdropping or conducting physics experiments by jumping motorcycles off rooftops.
Each woman has different tastes and will respond accordingly.
(However, wearing the wrong clothing or having the wrong car doesn't actually result in a date failing, only that the girlfriend makes negative (or snide) comments.) Assuming no failed dates, Niko can usually get to enjoy "coffee" (i.e.
There's no single thing to point to – no must-see scene, no gotta-do moment of gameplay, no deliriously fun weapon.
No, the game's pleasures come in weird, subtle, unexpected moments. At one point, I was having a typically thuggish day: I'd killed a few drug dealers with a semiautomatic, and while trying to flee, whoops – I accidentally rear-ended a cop car.
never was; for all their bad-boy reputation, Rockstar's designers are adept satirists of American excess.
Starting new isn't easy, because you're immediately trying to pay off your ne'er-do-well cousin's debts, which means doing the bidding of various low-fi gangsters.
Soon you're hip-deep in intrigue – whacking drug dealers, stealing contraband and generally breaking the hell out of the law.
At one point, I finished a mission on the top floor of a decrepit apartment filled with crack-addled occupants.
I started to head back downstairs to my car, then wondered: "Hey, what's up on the roof?