Huang and Kenny escaping from Hsin's men.
|Game:||Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars|
|Conditions of mission failure:||Kenny dies.|
|Unlocks:||Hit from the Tong|
Clear the Pier
The journey to Hsin's penthouse though is far from a joy ride. Hsin believes Huang and Kenny in fact are the rats and has put a hit on them. Kenny drives, while Huang protects them from Hsin's men with a Minigun
To begin with, the mission is a rail shooter, with Kenny driving a Cavalcade FXT with the player standing in the back with a Minigun with unlimited ammo. The player just needs to kill all the attacking Triads while Kenny drives. He will take a shortcut through Middle Park, where the player have to destroy the cars blocking his path. Eventually Kenny will get to an alleyway, where the Cavalcade FXT crashes and Huang and Kenny bail. The player then have to drive a Bobcat. Drive fast, avoiding enemies and rockets from a helicopter (the crosshair indicates where the helicopter gunner will shoot. When the crosshair stops, this indicates where the gunner will shoot the rocket, so that is the time to avoid it). Finally reach Hsin's penthouse, where Huang and Kenny tell him of Zhou's and Chan's treachery. Hsin is devastated by their betrayal, he decides to turn Kenny into the new head of the Triad and take an vacation in Mauta.
Kenny's first decision as the new boss of the Triads is to get hid of Chan and Zhou.
In order to complete the mission the player must:
- Protect Kenny as he drives to Hsin's residence
- Clear the vehicles that are blocking the way
- Drive Kenny to Hsin's residence
Mission Replay description
"Hsin ordered a hit on me and Uncle Kenny.
His men chased us across the city, but we dodged them and managed to show Hsin the FIB report.
Uncle Kenny cleared our names and became the new Big Boss! My inheritance just went through the roof."
- Kenny breaks the Fourth Wall in the opening cutscene saying: "It's time for a close up of me looking moody" and the screen gets closer to his face
- The name of this mission is likely a reference to Jerry Zucker's film with the same name.