Man, I've been playing too much Vice City......

Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by Jeff Ashforth, Feb 20, 2003.

  1. Jeff Ashforth

    Jeff Ashforth Stunt Coordinator

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    I found myself singing the "Giggle Cream" radio commercial in my head today!!:b

    "Wa Wa, Wa Wa Wa Wa, that's the sound I love!"

    I seriously need to take a break, I'm trying to get 100% so I've been doing all the side projects and what not, and since there's so much to do, I'm starting to feel like an errand boy.

    I feel like I'm playing the game JUST to accomplish the tasks, not to have fun so I think I'll put it away for a week or two.

    Anyone else suffer from Vice City Burnout??
     
  2. Camp

    Camp Cinematographer

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    I thought you were gonna say, "I beat a cop over the head with a baseball bat, stole his car and mowed down every pedistrian on the sidewalk"

    Whew.
     
  3. GlenHaag

    GlenHaag Supporting Actor

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    That was my thought too, Camp. You beat me to it.

    I realized when when I was playing GTA too much, when I started thinking about taking shortcuts by driving my car through a lawn instead of actually stopping at a stoplight.

    Glen
     
  4. Joe Szott

    Joe Szott Screenwriter

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    Mine has been reaching for the handbrake when I come up on a turn and realizing that no, I really DO have to slow down in real life.
     
  5. Paul_D

    Paul_D Cinematographer

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  6. JamesH

    JamesH Supporting Actor

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    I've only played VC for the 7 or so hours it took to beat it, but I did suffer symptoms of GTA syndrome last year when GTA3 came out.

    I got it on release day and played from about 5pm to 8am. I had to walk a block to get to my car in the morning, and I kept hearing the rythmic thumping of helicopters above me.

    There were no helicopters.
     

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