And online dating...sounds like a great idea for GTA on paper, but the way it done in this game...endless, endless pages of reading profile after profile...profiles that weren't even funny.
They could have been profiles you see in real life dating site most of the time. Also, the world had none of the variety that San Andreas had. I thought IV was hilarious, Niko and Roman were really funny and the characters were the usual Rockstar whack jobs.
So, when GTA 4's game-time stat read 35 hours after just three days and my eyes were blood-shot it was obvious that this was not your average video game - not even your average great video game.
After more than 40 hours Rockstar's most ambitious game to date was over and left me wondering if I'll ever be able to look at 'normal' video games in the same way again.
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Kiki Jenkins, born 1976, is a character in the HD Universe and a 32-year-old datable character in Grand Theft Auto IV.
As to be expected, the opening moments drip with quality, the kind you'd expect to see in the latest 0 million blockbuster movie.
I knew you played as Niko Belic, an ex-military guy from Eastern Europe, that the game is set in Liberty City and that Rockstar had worked on sorting out many of the issues in previous GTAs, but beyond that I came to the game pretty fresh.It takes an awful lot for me to spend extended periods of time playing games.I tend to pick at them, putting in a few hours a day over a week while doing other things in between.The whole thing about an immigrant coming to the land of opportunity just seemed kind of boring to me compared to the 80's setting or the black gang in south central setting.Another MAJOR problem with the game was the whole emphasis on social relationships.