||[May. 25th, 2005|06:48 pm]
Fans of Rockstar Games
I've had the game for months and I still can't figure out how to complete Zero's second mission (it's the one where you have to take out a few cars/dudes/dudes on bikes.) I keep running out of time and/or fuel.
Tell me there's another way of beating it!
2005-05-25 05:36 pm (UTC)
You completed Zero's first mission? Go you! (Either that, or you have a good contrast between dark blue and black on your TV)
According to one of the walkthroughs on GameFAQS:
This is one of the more difficult missions in the game surprisingly, but hopefully with these tips you should be able to complete it in no more than a
couple of tries. I can give you the best directions to take but I can't teach you to fly the little plane well. Practice a bit and don't underestimate the usefulness of the L2 and R2 button turns. Now here's how it works, you've got a certain amount of fuel to not only go out and kill the five couriers but also to get back to the shop again. The most effective way to complete this is as follows: First you're going to want to turn left and take out the van that is moving away from you. It's close and easy to shoot, pop the driver as well when he bails out and then do a U turn. Nearby there should be another marker representing a guy on a bicycle, he's your next target. The difficult decision comes here, there's guys far in both directions and you have to choose one. Choose to go North and target the two people who are in close proximity, there's no way you will be able to succeed if you go for the other target. After eliminating these two you should have half your fuel left. Turn aorund and head toward the marker, it should also be moving toward you and you'll meet it just a couple blocks away from where you started. Destroy the van and quickly turn around. Return to the rooftop to complete the task.
Yeah, the first one was easy; thanks.
How you doing, Good I hope. I love Rockstar games as much as anyone. What your playing isn't Grand Theft Auto 3. There are also grandtheft Auto's 1 and 2 that were available on the PLaystation line, however. These games got nowhere near the publicity of these new ones, simply for a few reasons. The graphics sucked horribly. They lacked depth to the storyline (Much like Grand theft Auto San Andreas) But the buildings looked like just, squares, the overhead view and just a speck walking around, horrible. But yes, The Grand Theft Auto San Andreas is in fact Number 5 in the series. Just thought I'd let you know about that. Have a good one
Haha. Ok, thanks for the info.