given los angles's position to mexico, do you think we'll be able to go to mexico and have to deal with border patrol? will they strip us of our guns & drugs? And what if we break through the checkpoint-will we be persued by border patrol?
or will it be relativley easy like tollbooths in gta 4?
Depends if it's pertinent to the storyline. If there's no reason for the players story arc to head to Mexico, then I don't see it being in the game. They aren't just going to build mexico as a vacation spot for our protag when he gets tired of blowing up Los Santos.
I don't see how they could have the game set in southern California without the main protagonist having "business" in Tijuana and around the border. Maybe this generation wasn't ready for a proper rendition of California. A good storyline based in the setting of modern day California can't ignore the current social aspects to the appearance of San Francisco, where homelessness is a thriving culture and holds a stronger presence then the middle class. Going to get missions from Haight St. With a counter-culture theme would be awesome. Bringing back Emerald Triangle's #1 cash crop down to areas that can fetch a higher price. The beach culture of San Diego, crossing the border to Tijuana on business with the cartel and smuggling stuff across the border. I'd rather the game be delayed to next generation rather than see only Los Santos. If they did this we could always get a pre-GTA V story set somewhere else.
I personally would prefer the South Park variant: mexicans going back to Mexico because the US of Ass suck ass worse now, and border patrol "kindly reminding them" of how much better they're off in the USA, and giving them little flags to wave.
This post has been edited by baguvix_wanrltw on Saturday, Jun 9 2012, 01:51
*sarcasm* ...lets also add Canada at the top of the map, and maybe some islands a mile off the coast we can call Hawaii...
Red Dead Redemption map featured Mexico And USA so do not be sarcastic about that... Rockstar should do this bro. As i said on the previous post: Dan Houser said that the map is huge (you remember that magazine ?) .
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