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Grand Theft Auto 2

Developer(s) DMA Design
Tarantula Studios
Publisher(s) Rockstar Games
Series Grand Theft Auto
Platform(s) Dreamcast, Game Boy Color, PlayStation, Windows
Release date PlayStation
NA EU October 22, 1999
Windows
NA EU October 27, 1999
Dreamcast
NA EU May 2, 2000
Game Boy Color
NA EU December 25, 2000
Genre(s) Action
Mode(s) Single player, Multiplayer
Rating(s) ESRB: M (DC/PC)
ESRB: T (PS1/GBC)
OFLC: MA15+
OFLC: M (GBC)
BBFC: 18
Media CD-ROM, GD-ROM, cartridge, download

Grand Theft Auto 2 (also known as GTA2) is a video game that was released worldwide on October 22, 1999, by developer DMA Design (now Rockstar North); initially for the Windows operating system and the PlayStation. The game was later ported to the Dreamcast console and the Game Boy Color. It is the sequel to the controversial 1997 hit Grand Theft Auto. The PC and Dreamcast versions of GTA2 are both rated M by the ESRB. The language and violence was toned down for the PlayStation and Game Boy Color versions which received a T rating.[1] Rockstar now offers the PC version as registerware for free download at their website.[2]. GTA2 was preceded by the original Grand Theft Auto and succeeded by Grand Theft Auto III. Image File history File links Box art for Grand Theft Auto 2. ... A video game developer is a software developer (a business or an individual) that creates video games. ... 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Contents

Setting

Unlike other games in the series, GTA2 is set in an unspecified time in a metropolis referred to only as Anywhere City. The year is not specified, but the game's manual uses the phrase "three weeks into the future", and phrases such as "X weeks into the future" or "X minutes into the future" are common phrases meaning "near future"; fictional journal entries on the GTA2 website suggest the year to be 2013.[3] However, radio host Johnny Riccaro mentions in the game that "the millennium's coming," which would set the game somewhere before 2000, most likely 1999. Anywhere City consists of three levels, or "districts." The first level is The Downtown Area and features casinos, hotels, a large mental institution and a university. The second area is The Residential District and contains the city's prison, a trailer park with an Elvis-themed club named "Disgracelands", a research center and a large hydroelectric power plant. The third and last area is The Industrial District. It holds a large seaport, a meat packing plant, a Nuclear Power Plant and a Krishna temple. 2013 (MMXIII) will be a common year starting on Tuesday of the Gregorian calendar. ... A millennium (pl. ... This article is about casinos for gaming. ... This article is about lodging. ... A psychiatric hospital (also called a mental hospital or asylum) is a hospital specializing in the treatment of persons with mental illness. ... For the community in Florida, see University, Florida. ... For the Beth Orton album, see Trailer Park (album). ... Elvis redirects here. ... Hydroelectric dam diagram The waters of Llyn Stwlan, the upper reservoir of the Ffestiniog Pumped-Storage Scheme in north Wales, can just be glimpsed on the right. ... A power station (also power plant) is a facility for the generation of electric power. ... It has been suggested that this article or section be merged with Port. ... Hare Krishna Mantra in Devanagari The Hare Krishna mantra, also referred to reverentially as the Maha Mantra (Great Mantra), is a sixteen-word Vaishnava mantra made well known outside of India by the International Society for Krishna Consciousness (commonly known as the Hare Krishnas).[1] It is believed by practitioners...


The player is a man named Claude Speed, who is freed from prison, having awakened from a cryonic sleep but experiences amnesia. The storyline shifts to his goal of becoming the "King of the City" by any means necessary.[4] Claude refers to a set of fictional characters in the Grand Theft Auto video game series by Rockstar Games. ... Not to be confused with cryogenics. ... For other uses, see Amnesia (disambiguation). ...


The game can be played in two modes (only in the PC version), noon or dusk. On the noon setting the lighting is bright making the game clear to see (also lowering the graphics overhead on weaker hardware because of the fewer lighting effects). On the dusk setting the game is darker, with multiple dynamic lights from explosions and car headlights. This feature was also expanded further in Grand Theft Auto III where the daylight is changing with the time of day in the game. Noon is the time exactly halfway through the day, written 12:00 in the 24-hour clock and 12:00 noon in the 12-hour clock. ... Dusk in Breaux Bridge, Louisiana, USA. Dusk outside a plane on cruise. ... Grand Theft Auto III (abbreviated as GTA III or GTA3) is a sandbox-style action-adventure computer and video game developed by DMA Design (now Rockstar North), and published by Rockstar Games. ...


Gameplay

Police pursue the player (center) in the Windows version.
Police pursue the player (center) in the Windows version.

GTA2 retained the top-down viewpoint of GTA, as well as the car-stealing/telephone-answering formula of the original. The player has the ability to explore cities on foot or in various vehicles. The aim is to achieve a certain score. On achieving this goal the player then can proceed to the next level. Doing missions awards the player more points than any other method but are not essential for completion of the game. Image File history File links Download high resolution version (1024x768, 269 KB) Summary An in-game screenshot of Grand Theft Auto 2 (Windows/PC). ... Image File history File links Download high resolution version (1024x768, 269 KB) Summary An in-game screenshot of Grand Theft Auto 2 (Windows/PC). ... Windows redirects here. ...


A new feature introduced in GTA2 was doing missions for separate gangs, of which there are two new gangs for each of the three levels of the game, and one faction which is present in all levels. Being employed by one gang can cause distrust from others (working for gang #1 will incur the wrath of gang #2, working for gang #2 will cause enmity with gang #3, etcetera). In the original GTA, only the local police pursued the player. In GTA2, SWAT teams, as well Special Agents and the army, begin chasing the player as his or her wanted level increases. The wanted level is represented by images of a cop's head, and differ between the Windows and Playstation versions. This article is about Special Weapons And Tactics. ... For other uses, see Army (disambiguation). ...


GTA2 also included a saving technique that improved upon that of the original GTA, which saved only when finishing a city. If the player entered a church with $50,000, a voice announced "Hallelujah! Another soul saved!". This notified the player that the game had been saved. If the player did not have enough money, the voice would say "Damnation! No donation, no salvation!" The "safe house" feature would become standard and expanded upon in later GTA games, although saving would become free of cost. For the architectural structure, see Church (building). ...


Other minor improvements pertain to city activity. Passing vehicles and pedestrians are no longer cosmetic parts of the environment, but actually play a more significant role in gameplay. Sometimes pedestrians would occasionally enter and ride in taxis. The game is also noted for the emergent behavior of its non-player characters. Pedestrians, gang members and the police would occasionally engage in fights, and there are even other carjackers (Green sweater) and muggers (Red sweater) in the city.[5] For specific countries see Taxicabs around the world. ...


The PlayStation version of Grand Theft Auto 2 is noticeably toned down from its PC counterpart, with lower quotas for the number of kills needed in rampage style missions, and containing no voice acting in the saving interface. The port also includes an unusual feature wherein the player's car will explode after the player runs over a large number of gang members. One level was also changed. Instead of the player tricking civilians into entering a bus to drive them to a meat processing plant to be cannibalized, the victims are Hare Krishna gang members. For other uses, see PlayStation (disambiguation). ...


As is the case with the original Grand Theft Auto and GTA London: 1969, the player receives bonuses for running over certain people with car without stopping or braking. A string of Elvis impersonators are sometimes spotted walking the streets. Their deaths are awarded with a large money bonus, followed by the bold words "ELVIS HAS LEFT THE BUILDING". This article is about the videogame. ... Elvis impersonators are people who impersonate or copy Elvis Presley either as a hobby or as a professional career. ...


The PC version of GTA2 was released as a free download on December 22, 2004. This version also includes support for multiplayer games. To find other players you will need a client created by GTAMP. This makes it easier to use GTA 2 on multiplayer. is the 356th day of the year (357th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... Year 2004 (MMIV) was a leap year starting on Thursday of the Gregorian calendar. ...


Gangs

Grand Theft Auto 2 includes a pool of seven gangs, with each of the city's three levels containing only a group of three gangs. The Zaibatsu Corporation gang is included in every level.

  • Zaibatsu Corporation (symbol: yellow 'Z') - Zaibatsu is a seemingly legitimate corporation which inhabits every district of the city. They manufacture everything from cars to medication, but beneath the surface they are involved heavily in narcotics, contract-killing and shadow politics. Their car, called a Z-Type, is the second fastest gang car available. There are three Zaibatsu representatives who offer the player jobs: Trey Welsh in the Commercial District, Red Valdez in the Residential District, and Uno Carb in the Industrial District. The corporation is said to controlled by Hollow Kost, who does not appear in-game but is mentioned on promotional materials for the game. Their name comes from zaibatsu, the Japanese word for conglomerate. Their gang color is gray.
  • Loonies (symbol: winking smiley face) - Escaped inmates who have overrun the city's mental institution (named "SunnySide" after the Mental Institution in Montrose, Scotland, near where the game was originally developed). They appear in the Commercial District. Their gang car, the Dementia, is a green microcar with their insignia painted on the roof. They wear surgical green as their gang color. Their representative in the Commercial District is Elmo.
  • The Yakuza (symbol: blue yen '¥') - They also appear in the Commercial District. They manufacture drugs and own a series of labs along the waterfront. Yakuza gangsters drive around in Y-Type sport cars (also known as the Miara). Their gang color is deep blue. Their representative in the Commercial District is Johnny Zoo.
  • SRS (Sex and Reproductive Systems)[citation needed] (symbol: a golden shield) - Also known as the Scientists, they are headquartered in the Residential District and run a clandestine research institute. Their concerns are advanced weapon development, human cloning, genetic engineering and robotics. Their gang color is gold, and all of their 'street' members appear to be genetically-engineered clone soldiers. Their gang car is called a Meteor and is the fastest gang car available. Their 'turf' is the Scientist Research Center, a sterile, oppressive-looking campus with a profusion of complex machinery. Although in other gangs the members only had pistols, the SRS members portray pistols, machine guns and flamethrowers. Their representative in Residential District is Dr. LaBrat.
  • Rednecks (symbol: the Confederate flag) - Dwelling in a giant trailer park at the corner of the Residential District called "Disgracelands", the Rednecks are rabid fans of Elvis Presley who specialize in explosives. Their business is the brewing, distribution and selling of moonshine. Their car is a blue pick-up truck, and their gang color is light blue. Their representative in the Residential District is Billy Bob Jean.
  • Russian Mafia (symbol: a red star) - They appear in the Industrial District and specialize in contract-killing and gun running. Their car is the Bulwark, a station wagon, which is the most durable gang car in the game (capable of surviving one direct hit from a rocket propelled grenade, hand grenade or Molotov cocktail, if the car is in perfect condition). They can be found in the seaport areas. Their gang color is red. Their representative in the Industrial District is Jerkov.
  • Hare Krishna (symbol: an orange flower) - The Krishnas reside in a commune/temple at the edge of the Industrial District. Their car, the Karma Bus, is a big love bus with flowers painted on its roof. Their gang color is bright orange. The Krishnas abhor technology, and their criminality is entirely based around stealing and destroying vehicles. The GTA2 game manual states this is due to the fact that they are tired of being run over by cars (a reference to the first Grand Theft Auto, where the player was rewarded for running them down). Their representative in the Industrial District is Sunbeam.

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Radio stations

The PlayStation version of GTA2, taking place in daylight
The PlayStation version of GTA2, taking place in daylight

Each area features five radio stations from a pool of eleven, in which one of them would be played as the player drives most vehicles in game. Changing radio stations for preference was also possible in the Windows PC version by using the "F1" function key and also in the Playstation version by pressing the "up" directional button. "Head Radio" was present in the original GTA, Grand Theft Auto III and Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories. Each gang also has its own radio station that transmits within a limited area. Each area features five radio stations from a pool of eleven, in which one of them would be played as the player drives most vehicles in game. ... screenshot PSX GTA2, made myself. ... screenshot PSX GTA2, made myself. ... A radio station is a site configured for broadcasting sound. ... A function key is a key on a computer or terminal keyboard which can be programmed so as to cause an operating system command interpreter or application program to perform certain actions. ... This article is about the videogame. ... Grand Theft Auto III (abbreviated as GTA III or GTA3) is a sandbox-style action-adventure computer and video game developed by DMA Design (now Rockstar North), and published by Rockstar Games. ...

  • Head Radio — The city's largest commercial radio station. It can be received in all areas of the game. The DJs names are Phanny Joe Styles and Johnny Riccaro. Head Radio plays modern pop and rock.
  • Rockstar Radio — A commercial radio station in the Downtown Area. The DJ/commentator is Sammy Starock, who apparently hates everyone and regularly receives letter bombs from listeners. The station plays pop and rock and occasionally features on-air phone calls from listeners.
  • KREZ — The Residential Area's commercial station which plays hip hop and rap. The DJ is Richie T.
  • Lo-Fi FM — A commercial station in the Industrial Area that plays oldies and pop. The DJ (DJ Die/Dye — Dai is a Welsh abbreviation for the name 'David') is Welsh and seems to have no ties to gangs in the area.
  • Futuro FM — A radio station sponsored by the Zaibatsu and filled with promotions for their products. The DJ, Dean Frantz, plays dance, jazz-oriented pop and Funk.
  • Heavenly Radio — The Krishnas' gang station, transmitting in the Industrial Sector. The music is a mix of Christian music and soft music. Listeners are continuously urged by the station's DJ, Venus Ordelia, to convert.
  • KGBH — A pun on the Soviet KGB and grievous bodily harm (GBH), radio station of the Russian mafia with DJ Bombatumba. KGBH frequently encounters both technical and personal problems that interfere with their broadcasts. The station primarily plays classic rock.
  • Lithium FM — The Loonies' station. Features a schizophrenic DJ, Spaz Funbags, who plays oldies as well as some dance music.
  • Rebel Radio/KING — The Redneck gang station in the Residential Area. The DJ, Marshall Nash, has a Southern accent and posts announcements of escaped convicts who have bounties posted on their heads. The music of choice is modern and classic rock.
  • Osmosis Radio — The Scientists' station, transmitting in the Residential Area. The DJ "Mama Doc", who is either Icelandic or Scandinavian, plays modern dance music.
  • Funami FM — The Yakuza gang's station in the Downtown Area. The music is drum and bass-type electronic music. The station is hosted by a maniacal Japanese woman screaming in a high-pitch voice who calls herself Teriyaki-chan.

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GTA2: The Movie

The opening video of the game was pieced together using live-action footage taken from an eight-minute short film created for the purpose of advertising the game. This film has since been made available to the public and is downloadable from Rockstar's website.[6] Claude Speed (the game's playable protagonist) is played by Scott Maslen in the film. Scott Maslen also plays DS Phil Hunter in the UK drama The Bill which is on the United Kingdom TV channel ITV and also plays Jack Branning in the BBC soap opera EastEnders in the UK. The short film shows Claude being murdered (shot by a Zaibatsu hitman while trying to break into a sports car). It was shot in present-day New York City with the World Trade Center (obviously before 9/11) in clear view, instead of the game's anonymous city of the future (it should be noted, however, that two fictional locations were mentioned in the film: "Chernobyl Docks" and "Disgraceland", the latter being the name of a club featured in GTA2). The film depicts a blue-and-white NYPD 1991-1996 Chevrolet Caprice police car as a pursuit vehicle, as well as a black BMW E39 528i driven by Claude, which is later repainted white. Claude refers to a set of fictional characters in the Grand Theft Auto video game series by Rockstar Games. ... Scott Alexander Maslen[1] (born 1971 in London) is an English actor best known for his portrayal as DS Phil Hunter in ITVs The Bill and now Jack Branning on the BBCs flagship soap EastEnders. ... The Criminal Investigation Department (CID) is the branch of all British Police forces to which plain clothes detectives belong. ... Information Occupation Detective Title Detective Sergeant Portrayed by Scott Maslen DS Phil Hunter is a fictional character in the long-running ITV drama The Bill. ... This article is about the British TV series. ... For other uses, see ITV (disambiguation). ... Detective Inspector Jack Branning is a fictional character in the popular BBC soap opera EastEnders. ... For other uses, see BBC (disambiguation). ... Albert Square in the 1980s. ... Contract killing occurs when a private contractor or a government hires someone to kill a specific person or people for a sum of money. ... New York, New York and NYC redirect here. ... For other uses, see World Trade Center (disambiguation). ... The date that commonly refers to the attacks on United States citizens on September 11, 2001 (see the September 11, 2001 Attacks). ... NYPD redirects here. ... The Chevrolet Caprice (later called Caprice Classic) was a series name of automobile produced by Chevrolet, a division of General Motors, in the United States from the 1965 through 1996 model years. ... 2000 BMW 540i E39 The E39 automobile platform was the basis for the 1996 through 2004 BMW 5 Series. ...

References

  1. ^ Thed Paddestroy (24 November 2000). Content toned down from PC to Playstation version (HTML). Retrieved on 2007-04-29.
  2. ^ Stuart Miles (23 December 2004). Rockstar give away GTA2 for free (HTML). Retrieved on 2007-04-29.
  3. ^ Fictional journal created by Rockstar Games (HTML). Retrieved on 2007-04-29.
  4. ^ Grand Theft Auto 2 Information. GOURANGA!. Retrieved on July 21, 2006.
  5. ^ Tal Blevins for IGN (18 November 1999). Grand Theft Auto 2 review (HTML). Retrieved on 2007-04-29.
  6. ^ http://www.take2games.com/modules/gta2/downloads/movie.html

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Grand Theft Auto redirects here. ... This article is about the videogame. ... Grand Theft Auto III (abbreviated as GTA III or GTA3) is a sandbox-style action-adventure computer and video game developed by DMA Design (now Rockstar North), and published by Rockstar Games. ... Grand Theft Auto: Vice City (released in October 2002) is the fourth video game in the hit Grand Theft Auto series. ... Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas is the fifth video game in the Grand Theft Auto series. ... Grand Theft Auto Advance is a handheld console game developed by Digital Eclipse, published by Rockstar Games, and released on October 25, 2004 for the Game Boy Advance. ... Grand Theft Auto IV (also known as GTA IV and GTA 4) is an upcoming sandbox-style action-adventure video game developed by Rockstar North. ... Claude refers to a set of fictional characters in the Grand Theft Auto video game series by Rockstar Games. ... Thomas Tommy Vercetti is a fictional character, voiced by Ray Liotta, in the Grand Theft Auto video game series. ... Carl CJ Johnson is a fictional character in the Grand Theft Auto video game series, serving as the protagonist, anti-hero/hero and player-controlled character in Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas. ... A number of recurring characters appear during the various missions or cut scenes in the video game Grand Theft Auto Advance, set roughly one year before events in Grand Theft Auto III (which takes place in late-2001). ... Antonio Toni Cipriani is a fictional character in the Grand Theft Auto video game series. ... Victor Vic Vance is a fictional character in the Grand Theft Auto video game series. ... Nikolai Niko Bellic is a fictional character in the Grand Theft Auto video game series. ... A number of recurring characters appear during the various missions or cut scenes in the video game Grand Theft Auto III, set in 2001. ... A number of recurring characters appear during the various missions or cut scenes in the video game Grand Theft Auto Advance, set roughly one year before events in Grand Theft Auto III (which takes place in late-2001). ... A number of recurring characters appear in the video game Grand Theft Auto IV, set in 2008. ... The Grand Theft Auto IV rendition of Liberty City features a more striking resemblance to New York City. ... This article is about a fictional city in the Grand Theft Auto computer and video game series. ... The Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas rendition of San Andreas. ... Each area features five radio stations from a pool of eleven, in which one of them would be played as the player drives most vehicles in game. ... The soundtrack of the game Grand Theft Auto III is popular not only with fans of the game, but also with lovers of mid- to late-1990s music. ... The soundtrack of the game Grand Theft Auto:Vice City is popular not only with fans of the game, but also with lovers of 1980s music. ... The soundtrack of the game Grand Theft Auto IV, like the previous games in the series, is mostly made up of in-game radio stations. ... Multi Theft Auto (MTA) is a mod (modification) for the PC version of Rockstar North games Grand Theft Auto III, Grand Theft Auto: Vice City and Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas that adds an otherwise absent online multi-player component. ...

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