In 2007, Rockstar Games allowed fans to call a number and rant about what they thought was wrong with America. The best calls were featured on a radio station in “Grand Theft Auto IV”

Grand Theft Auto IV Factsheet

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Due to JarJar’s recent banning from the forum, Kippers and Seddo have decided to take it upon themselves to continue what he started and update this topic with all the confirmed facts of GTA4 up till its release in October of this year (and beyond?) Anything not in this topic is just a rumour and not… Continue Reading (30 minute read)

6 thoughts on “In 2007, Rockstar Games allowed fans to call a number and rant about what they thought was wrong with America. The best calls were featured on a radio station in “Grand Theft Auto IV””

  1. average_meme_thief

    Listening to the radio in GTA can be really entertaining. It’s like sampling some weird dystopian version of american culture which is also somehow… Entirely believable?

  2. hedgecore77

    I was listening to the radio in GTA3 and heard my friend’s voice singing. Sure as shit, I checked the manual and she had song credits.

    Turns out she was waitressing in Scotland one summer (she’s Canadian) and rented a room from a dude who was a sound engineer. He gave her an old DAT tape and let her mess around on his home studio.

    Later he (with permission) sampled her vocals and she ended up on a GTA3 track.

  3. SCM1992

    That was one of my favorite parts of the games, after the territory ownership thing. Listening to people rant at Lazlow

  4. CurtisLeow

    That was back when Rockstar made new GTA games.

  5. Supreme0verl0rd

    That’s the most GTA thing I’ve ever heard.

  6. nyl2k8

    They’re a ridiculously creative team. I’ll fight any man that tells me that Vice City doesn’t have the best game soundtrack.

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