Personal mix of what I think should be in GTA VIs radio. This is going by the assumption it is set in Vice City, and even more so if it is set in the 1980's. Ideally, the following are released before 1989.
Yes I'm aware several songs appear in previous games, I feel some of them are too ideal for Vice City not to appear to again.
- Club Tropicana - Wham!
- You Spin Me Round (Like a Record) - Dead or Alive
- Thriller - Michael Jackson
- Let's Dance - David Bowie
- Holding Out for a Hero - Bonnie Tyler
- Shake Your Body (Down to the Ground) - The Jacksons
- Sexual Healing - Marvin Gaye
- Venus - Bananarama
- Relax - Frankie Goes to Hollywood
- Good Times - CHIC
- Heart of Glass - Blondie
- Atomic - Blondie
- It's Not Unusual - Tom Jones
- Ghostbusters - Ray Parker Jr.
- Never Gonna Give…
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So today, if you're not already up to scratch with Rockstar Games, or better still, Facebook in general, you may be aware that Rockstar Games just recently replaced the yellow/black themed Rockstar Games logo with a red/black themed one - these colors being associated with the Red Dead franchise. They also replaced the original GTA Online: Bikers cover photo with a reversed color scheme of the red/black themed logo.
What do we think? Personally, I think a logo change - moving away from the yellow/black theme typically associated with the GTA series itself - is a sign that they're scrapping GTA Online updates and moving onto the next Red Dead game - could this be it? With GTA Online: Bikers being the latest update, and tonnes of r…Read more >
I've been doing some major experimenting this evening. I was driving around in a police chase with my Stallion in GTA IV, and noticed that a sudden hit on the breaks while cornering 90 degrees didn't actually cause the car to steer. It was at this moment I realized, the car doesn't have ABS, whereas many other cars I had done similar actions in, did. I'll talk you through it.
Anti-lock Braking System (ABS) is a system which stops wheels locking up under braking pressure. This system applies short bursts of braking pressure, rather than one constant amount of pressure, allowing the wheels to move for very short bursts of time.
To see whether a vehicle has ABS in the real world, several tests can be done with the car (assuming these test…Read more >