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Don't you think it was a bad idea setting LCS before gta 3 only because they made LCS beter than gta 3 by adding stuf in like new fences, bikes and the ferries. They should of made 2 years after instead so they could new and better changes in then. The same goes for VCS.

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I love the fact, that each GTA after GTA III is set before.

It makes it more interesting I think.

I like looking into the past of some of the characters.

For every GTA to have taken place after III, it just wouldn't be possible. For it to be possible there would have to have a 2-3 gap between each, and the time setting would become vastly boring. IMO

I reckon VC wouldn't be as much of a favourite if it was set in 2002 (1 year after the events of GTA III) and SA being set in 2004.

Setting them in the past is good, because I think what makes every GTA special is their "Style" and "Theme".

Although it is funny how Tommy could own properties in 1986, and Claude couldn't buy anything else, bar guns in 2001. lol

I know you were specifically talking about LCS, but I just wanted to rave on about GTA in general. hehehe

Edited by Johnny Fidalgo

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Lol, if Tommy Vercetti turned up in GTA III time to kill Claude, he would be old.

Tommy: "Ken, pass me my cane!"

Ken: "Right here Tommy!!"

Claude: *Sigh*

Not that old. Tommy would be only 50. He could still be a killer.

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Lol, if Tommy Vercetti turned up in GTA III time to kill Claude, he would be old.

Tommy: "Ken, pass me my cane!"

Ken: "Right here Tommy!!"

Claude: *Sigh*

Not that old. Tommy would be only 50. He could still be a killer.

Her i can just see tommy at the age of 50 he'd probably break his back though.LOL :rofl::rofl2::clapping:

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I'm in my '40s & had no problem fracturing my hand punching a hardwood door frame.

107-year-old solid oak = stronger than human hand, just in case you didn't know that.

The real question remains, what the hell were you punching a door frame for? lol

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