San Andreas' best feature is just as good in the GTA Trilogy
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San Andreas’ best feature is just as good in the GTA Trilogy

San Andreas' best feature is just as good in the GTA Trilogy
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San Andreas’ best feature is just as good in the GTA Trilogy.

Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy launched earlier in the month. Although it had a slow start, the release introduced new players to famous GTA locations and brought back older players to their favourite titles Grand Theft Auto III and Vice City. Two of those titles, GTAIII and San Andreas, played an essential part in my gaming history. I have fond memories of one particular feature that made me want to brave the rain and bugs again in the Definitive Edition.

You’ll have probably played the mission “Doberman” if you’ve played 2004’s San Andreas for more than a few minutes. CJ will be sent on the task by Sean ‘Sweet” Johnson, the leader of Grove Street Families. He will call you and send CJ to join him in Ammu-Nation and Glen Park to confront a rival gang, the Ballas. You need to defeat a few enemies, and you are done. It’s not the mission that matters here, but rather what it unlocks.

This mission, which is thrilling but straightforward, gives us our first glimpse at Gang Warfare in action. After the task is completed, the rival gang’s territory will be under the control of Grove Street Families and will appear green on the mini-map. From this point, you’ll be able to see the other regions held by the Aztecas (Vagos), Ballas, and Vagos. Each part is marked with a different colour.

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You can use Gang Warfare to claim territory owned by other gangs within San Andreas. To claim the region, you must kill three members of the opposing club. Although it’s simple, the game can be very entertaining, especially when defending your area. I found myself running back to protect my territory every time the game alerted me of an invading gang, no matter what I was doing. It gave me a little adrenaline rush to defend my turf in time or strike back if it was too late.

You can recruit Grove Street Family members to help you claim territory. The higher your level of respect, the more members that you can bring. Although AI-controlled gang members are quick to die, it is nice to have backup when you venture into territory controlled by rival gangs.

Maybe it was my inner perfectionist that kept me coming back to Gang Warfare 2004. It was always a satisfying experience to slowly eliminate each gang. As you advance in the game or use cheat codes, you will have more weapons and vehicles against your rivals. While The Definitive Edition was recently up against it, it was criticized for its visuals. However, I was happy to see that this feature has remained intact and offers just as much enjoyment as it did in 2004. I got distracted from my missions and began a crusade for the territory surrounding Grove Street.

This feature is worth looking into if you’re planning to play Grand Theft Auto – The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition for the first or second time. Although there are some bugs in the new San Andreas, this feature still works as well as I remember it. It is as enjoyable as ever and provides the same enjoyment and enjoyment today as it did when I first played it. You can either play it whenever you like or ignore it completely. If you, like me, find being shot at by gangs around Los Santos irritating or love going head-to-head with rival gangs, you will want to spend some time with the game. It’s nice to see such a feature shine through and provide the same fun today as it did in 2004. Grove Street is alive.

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San Andreas’ best feature is just as good in the GTA Trilogy
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