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#1 WASDED

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Posted 11 May 2009 - 01:28 PM

I have a little problem in gta vice city stories and it`s a littlebit annoying




When i searched for my gangmembers all around vice city and all my businesses , I couldent find any of them .
Inside there are only employees with the blue arrows on top of them.

I have just passed : High Wire , mission and platform is PSP . Gangmembers aren even driving their Admirals in front of
my businesses.

So whats the problem , does anybody know ?
Or do you have to pass all missions first ? :erm:

#2 MrLanceVanceDance

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Posted 14 January 2012 - 08:13 AM

In order to have gangmembers, you have to own an Empire Site, or else they will not spawn. Also, you must complete the mission "To Victor, The Spoils".

#3 roars1111

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Posted 05 September 2012 - 06:51 AM

And so we come onto one portion of the city. The West Side of Vice City, also
known as the Mainland, serves as the gateway to tourists and the homes of dock
workers, the 9-to-5 types and the Latino immigrants.

Downtown is renowned for big business, with high rise buildings and the Hyman
Memorial Stadium, hosting the biggest venues for the biggest pop stars of the
time. It is mainly controlled by the Biker Gang, who reside in the lesser
built-up parts of the district. And ironically, and rather jokingly by
Rockstar, it sits in the north.

Continue south and you enter Little Haiti, home of the Cholos Gang. The area
is rundown, filled with small business, and buzzing with a strongly-rooted
Caribbean community. Continue further south and you find Little Havana. Here,
Umberto Robina calls home to his Cuban gang. It is less rundown (and a lot
more jazzy) than Little Haiti, but is still lined with more small businesses.
The residents here are mainly Latino.

To the west of Little Havana is Starfish Island, a small but glamorous portion
of the city. It is all mansions – the biggest one being the home of Vice
City’s most prolific drug baron, Ricardo Diaz. Otherwise, it is a place where
the rich and the successful reside.

Southwest of Starfish Island is Viceport. It is where import and export takes
place – therefore, it can be regarded as important to some criminals. It also
gives half of its land to the city’s Impound Yard. It is a neutral area, with
little gangs; however, it is the root to some gang violence, especially when
it involves drugs.




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