After five years on the east coast, Carl Johnson returns to the city of Los Santos, San Andreas to find numerous fellow gang-members dead and enemy gangs having dominance of the city. Carl must take over the city and get his old gang back on top before the city destroys itself. Written by
Did You Know?
Many of the vehicles in this game were also featured in Grand Theft Auto: Vice City
(2002), and a few in Grand Theft Auto 3
(2001). Because this game takes place in 1992 (between the events of Vice City, which took place in 1986, and GTA III, which took place in 2001), many of these cars are rendered to look as if they were combined-models. For example, the Landstalker (an SUV) is modeled to have the body of the Landstalkers from 1986, but it has the headlights/front grill of a Landstalker from 2001. The Banshee (a sports car) is modeled to look exactly like its 2001 counterpart. The Comet (another sports car) looks exactly like it did in the beta versions of Vice City. That version of the Comet had been redesigned, yet its original version was brought back into Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas
(2004). See more
The cash register displays of all fast food restaurants show two products: the Buster and the Double D-Luxe. The register calculates a price of 20 dollars in total. But the Buster costs actually two, the Double D-Luxe five dollars. The calculation is wrong. See more
After five years on the East Coast, it was time to go home
[a previous phone call is heard
Carl, it's Sweet.
Whassup, Sweet, what you want?
It's Moms... She's dead, bro.
Performed by The Stone Roses
Written by Ian Brown
(as Ian George Brown), John Squire
(as JH Squire)
Courtesy of Jive Records
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