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Do you think gta sa is unique? If so would you wish for gta sa part 2

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SA IS unique. I LOVED the storyline! I dont think there will be a GTA SA Part 2. GTA V is going to be in a Californian city and R* said that is NOT going to be SA.

Still we can hope for a remake or pt-2 of san andreas on rage engine.

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Yes it's unique. Yes I would like to see a GTA SA 2. But no, I wouldn't like to see a sequel. GTA IV's universe is one of the best I've ever seen in a game, I kinda' wish it would stay that way for 2 or 3 games...

I'm over-optimistic I know.

As for a remake, I see a lot of people who keep shouting at the producers to remake game X (mostly Need For Speed), and all I have to say is this:

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Learn to let go of the past, GTA SA was great back then, times change.

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Would you like to play gta sa part 2 with new story and new characters with remodelled maps, cities with gta 4 like graphics and fire fights in 2012's timeline?

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Would you like to play gta sa part 2 with new story and new characters with remodelled maps, cities with gta 4 like graphics and fire fights in 2012's timeline?

MAYBE when the world's destruction will be a suitable theme.

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I kind of prefer the graphics in san andreas to IV

Because where-as IV is realistic looking, san andreas look's kinda like cartoon graphics, which I think help aid the already great humor in the game.. Not that IV isn't funny, just that I think the over-all cartoon-ish graphics were alot better to me

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IDK about that but GTA SA's graphics were the good kind of low quality. AKA the kind where the textures and geometry aren't very detailed but it also isn't full of shaders, bloom and crap like that.

And artistically it's pretty cool, bright colors n stuff.

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IDK about that but GTA SA's graphics were the good kind of low quality. AKA the kind where the textures and geometry aren't very detailed but it also isn't full of shaders, bloom and crap like that.

And artistically it's pretty cool, bright colors n stuff.

the game also got realism try to stand near a light pole and see what happens when it falls on you it happened to me :D

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the game also got realism try to stand near a light pole and see what happens when it falls on you it happened to me :D

Realism sucks.

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best example is gta IV

Yeah. Tho I didn't formulate that right...

Exaggerated realism sucks... a little realism (I like to call it logic, but most people call it realism so I'll go with that) is ok.

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Technically it is unique, being that it is the most flexible among the III-era games. Most total conversions use SA as a tabula rasa for pasting Vice City, Liberty or Whatever City into a mod.

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Technically it is unique, being that it is the most flexible among the III-era games. Most total conversions use SA as a tabula rasa for pasting Vice City, Liberty or Whatever City into a mod.

yep

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Back to the topic, GTA SA is a unique game. No other GTA Games have secret government/military bases, loads of flyable aircraft, customisation and the ability to ride planes to different locations.

Would I want GTA SA Part II? Hell yeah! As long as it retains all features of GTA SA and fixes the glitches and gripes, I would love to play it. However, I would like it to have a different protagonist instead of CJ.

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