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GTA Online Updates Push Crime Into The Suburbs

Discussion in 'General Gaming News' started by GaryOPA, Aug 13, 2017.

By GaryOPA on Aug 13, 2017 at 11:27 PM
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    Grand Theft Auto Online is of course a video game universe built around the idea, of robbing, killing, stealing, murdering, and causing general mayhem, but it also has 'criminal career' goals, of earning money, upgrading your thug level to being a top kingpin and those that have crawled their way out of the dirty, non-stop shooting gallery of 'Los Santos' have settled down to easy life up northern wooden area called 'Paleto Bay', where you could relax in your backyard, go for a walk, wave to passerby and no worry about having to killing someone, before you got gunned down and robbed, but that is all changing to horror of the residents in that area, as the crime wave moves up north.

    You can read more about the angry frustration the residents are having with this new wave of crime in the link below, but afterwards will you start laughing like me, because for f**king crying out loud, it just a freaking video game, this is not real life, if you don't like it logout, and step outside and smell the roses along you way to a real park, and if you need still to play a game while outside, load up Pokemon Go instead, and just forgot about the fact that GTA exists, and developers can change the rules anytime, nothing to cry over!

    NEWS SOURCE: GTA Online Updates Push Crime Into The Suburbs, Frustrating Residents (via) Kotaku
     

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Discussion in 'General Gaming News' started by GaryOPA, Aug 13, 2017.

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      What a sad story, though really nothing new both in the digital world and in reality. People will find ways to "protect their turf" and it's really not surprising that this has transferred to the online world.

      With so many becoming immersed in online gaming and the reality it presents, some consider their home base in the game just like their physical home. This will only become more prevelant as time goes on.
       

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