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- "You only live once. If you want to live twice, you better GET YOUR ASS DOWN!"
- ―Tony_1998 (During a CoD: BO Match)
- "The needs of the many, outweigh the needs of the few."
- ―Sentinel Prime - Transformers: Dark of the Moon (2011)
- "Yesterday is history, tomorrow is a mystery, but today; today is a gift. That is why they call it present."
- ―Master Oogway - Kung Fu Panda (2008)
- "Failure to prepare...is preparing to fail."
- ―My JROTC Intructor
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Wazzup GTA fans? I'm Tony. Welcome to my User Page. Anything you want to discuss with me, please, leave a message on my Talk Page and I'll get back to you.
I'm Tony (as mentioned above), a proud member of the GTA Wiki. I was born in the agriculture trove of Blythe, California on April 28, 1998 and I currently live there. I'm a gamer, thinker, and an awkward-as-hell individual who believes that he should master the power of the Thu'um to eradicate his enemies.
I've been on this wiki for quite a while and it is a blast. Got to meet fellow editors, learned more about the GTA games, and learned a thing or two about responsibility and leadership skills.
GTA Games' Critical Reception
GTA 2: 89.6% -- Replays (missions): 2
My first GTA game ever played. I enjoyed mostly running around and running over people. As I played the storyline a few months ago, I was satisfied by its challenging missions, leading you to decide what to do to complete it.
GTA III: 92.9% -- Replays: 3
I got this game in 2009. This was a new improvement over the series for its transition to 3D. Its missions tell a compelling story, but I mainly criticized the way it structered up to the end. Most of its side missions are sure fun and to keep you going!
GTA: Vice City: 91.3% -- Replays: 3
I was excited to get this game, along with GTA: SA for Christmas in 2008. I enjoyed the storyline, much better than GTA III, but the characters are difficult to relate to. I loved Rockstar's depiction of Miami; Vice City is alot more glamorous than the gritty and gloomy Liberty City in GTA III.
GTA: San Andreas: 99.9% -- Replays: 6
Along with Vice City, this game kept me up all day and night, thinking on what should I do with CJ in the state of San Andreas. The story was a fantastic and a big improvement in the last two GTA's. The RPG-esque elements in the game and its cavalcade of side missions/passtimes kept me playing, no problem!
GTA: Liberty City Stories: 90.9% -- Replays: ~10
I would say that if it was for this game, I would have never remembered the GTA series. I got this game in the Summer of '08 after getting excellent grades in school and this game kept me up all day and night playing until my PSP ran out of battery life. I enjoyed the story, but it wasn't good enough to remember well. The whopping side missions and my use of imagination kept this game going smoothly.
GTA: Vice City Stories: 87.8% -- Replays: 7
In Christmas 2009, I got this game after partially losing interest in the series. This game made me put LCS VC, SA, III away in order to understand this great storyline. I strongly felt that this game should have been given alot more things to do, as the empire buildings only remedied that hole. Also, the game was almost plagued with glitches. It seems that Rockstar shipped this game out fast!
GTA IV: 97.3% -- Replays: 4
My fan-ism in GTA was finally there and I had stopped playing them. If I can recall, I remember seeing GTA IV: C.E. at a Wal-Mart when I was out of town. I told my mom if I can get it for Christmas, along with my barely birthday-gifted PS3. My mom said "wait", but I knew it was a "no" Then in Christmas 2011, when we were barely surviving on table scraps, my mom gifted me the only Christmas present: Grand Theft Auto IV: & Episodes from Liberty City. This really made me enjoy my past GTA games with this game. This game had a great storyline, characters, everything, but it suffered from its lack of past time activities, besides shooting and hanging out with friends and less cars as there were in GTA: SA. Overall, I replayed this game 4 times and still enjoyed its amazing storyline.
GTA IV: The Lost and Damned: 92.5% -- Replays: 2
A really deep, gritty storyline about the Lost MC. Loved its addition of vehicles, weapons and activities, but not the storyline, as I felt that Rockstar thought this on the top of their heads. I felt that the characters in this game didn't really feel relatable, not as much as GTA: VC.
GTA: The Ballad of Gay Tony: 99.7% -- Replays: 2
A masterpiece in every sense of the word. I absolutely enjoyed the new vehicles and its overdose on weapons and the characters felt more easy to relate to. The mission structure was amazing, as I enjoyed the story and exploits of Luis Lopez and Tony Prince. What keeps me going back to the game, is the Drug Wars. I got around 127 done!
GTA: Chinatown Wars: TBR
Bought it just recently on PSN. Currently going through the game...
GTA V: 100.0% -- Replays: 0
I was hyped for this game and as soon as I bought it, WOW! I enjoyed the fabulous Los Santos and the rest of San Andreas, the protags, the other characters, EVERYTHING. The storyline didn't live up to the GTA standards because it felt short and not really deep with the protagonists. The car customizations, the Strangers and Freaks and hunting made me played the game all day, but it was missing some of the classic GTA side missions we all grew up with.
GTA Online: 88.2% -- Replays: N/A
Though, I did anticipate a buggy launch when I got GTA V almost three weeks after on October 3rd, it came out fine for me. I had not one lag, connection error, or ever lost a character. Though, I can complain about its repetitive missions (when you get to level 30 or higher, they get a little fun), low payouts, and prices on items which are a ripoff!. The hackers and many glitches made this game go down in percentage. When they release some patches to fix these glitches and ban the hackers, then maybe I'll increase its rating percentage.
GTA V: Story Mode Update # 1 -- TBR
Favorite GTA Vehicles
The Michael Collection
The Franklin Collection
Ah, Franklin Clinton, my middle brother's character. Most of these vehicles are pretty much tuners and gang cars, preferrably his choice of automotive style.
The Trevor Collection
When my littlest brother (yeah, I know, he's not really old enough to play this, get over it) keeps vehicles like these, he tends to show the Trevor Philips side and does some ample reformations on the overall vehicle bodies.
GTA Online Collection
I tend to make my vehicles in Online less conspicuous; I don't really like the modify the vehicle's body up the ass, I just change the performance and that's all. Although the vehicles are less conspicuous like I said, I can't really tell if this is a good thing or bad thing because there are some players that will deliberately destroy my vehicles if I am in them or they are in sight by me. Oh well, Bad Sport rating for them!