1978 Cadillac Sedan DeVille





Surname: Albany Emperor (Rusty)

Mk: 5

Class: Sedan

Origin: US USA

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CZ JFK

2016-01-30 18:33
Lightwader wrote
you don't have to boot up another game.

But loading time of GTA Online look like you were booting the game for sure :D
SI Lightwader

2016-01-30 17:23
True, but that's just a bold claim made by Rockstar. You see, Online is included in the base game, it's not sold separately. You can switch from story mode to online during gameplay, you don't have to boot up another game. Those different vehicles and weapons can be accessed in story mode via trainers and modding. Those different gameplay mechanics make it a different game mode rather than a whole stand-alone game. I disagree with making a separate page, but what do I know.

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PL Hakari

2016-01-30 16:37
Lightwader wrote
I think not, it's just a different game mode, not a separate title.

Rockstar said it's separate title. gta.wikia.com/wiki/Grand_Theft_Auto_Online
GTA Online shows what happend before GTA V events just like Vice City Stories or Liberty City Stories. Also we have slightly different variety of vehicles, weapons, characters and gameplay mechanics.
SI Lightwader

2016-01-30 16:26
I think not, it's just a different game mode, not a separate title.


CZ JFK

2016-01-30 14:03
Hakari wrote

Also BTW: Don't you think we should make two separate games from GTA V? GTA V and GTA Online are separate titles in Rockstar's opinion so we should list them separately also. But it's just my sugestion.

I dont know how would be other admins happy about it. The truth is, recent cars are not available in singleplayer via normal means, and if you are not cheating, several cars are not available in online. I am not against it, but I would be careful and maybe wait till someone else write down his/her opinion.


CZ JFK

2016-01-30 13:59
Racedriver43 wrote

I like the new armored cars that came with executives a lot. They do have breakable windows after few shots and they will not survive more than 1 stickybomb.
On servers where I am constantly killed I use either armored Cog 55, or Insurgent. Not to kill somebody, but to survive, and to take revenge.


PL Hakari

2016-01-30 01:15
JFK wrote

And did you notice that there are differences between online and singleplayer? When you would do this in SP, you car would explode or protagonist would have a short trip trough windshield to concrete. But in Online, cars are literally built like tanks.

I dont like the crashing system at all in GTA V, and as a matter of fact, driving and crashing characteristics in GTA IV was the only thing that I liked in that game.

Yeah, in GTA Online it's imposible to dive through a windshield for balance reasons. You don't want to get killed because a retarded kid crashed head-on at your car with Armored Kuruma or Insurgent. That would be too easy.

Also BTW: Don't you think we should make two separate games from GTA V? GTA V and GTA Online are separate titles in Rockstar's opinion so we should list them separately also. But it's just my sugestion.


CZ JFK

2016-01-29 22:25
Hakari wrote

That's because cars in GTA V behave like a wooden bricks with four wheels. Damage system is pure bullshit.

And did you notice that there are differences between online and singleplayer? When you would do this in SP, you car would explode or protagonist would have a short trip trough windshield to concrete. But in Online, cars are literally built like tanks.

I dont like the crashing system at all in GTA V, and as a matter of fact, driving and crashing characteristics in GTA IV was the only thing that I liked in that game.


PL Hakari

2016-01-29 22:22
JFK wrote
You will hardly find car reliable as this. I tried to do 5 flips in a row (platinum medal) in GTA:O with it, so I attached it to Cargobob. It failed to achieve the metal (cause it was spinning, not really flipping), but it crashed head on to ground from a height that pretty much matches Mt. Chilliad (proably, chilliad is on the other side of map that I did the test, and it was night). Bumper and bonnet snaped off, lights will not work anymore, but it is going without any problems.

That's because cars in GTA V behave like a wooden bricks with four wheels. Damage system is pure bullshit.

WARD-ENTERPRISES wrote


He's right you know, it also reminds me of this one time that i was heading to school when i was a kid, & i saw a car accident on the highway, and i sh*t you NOT, out of the two cars in the head-on collision, the 80's monte carlo ss & what i think was a honda civic, ONLY the monte carlo was 99.9% in good condition while the honda civic......well, i think you get the idea of what happend.

The moral of the story: Old vehicles = Good, New vehicles = FATALITY!!!

Not really... www.youtube.com/watch?v=xtxd27jlZ_g
But some american cars from 80's were built like tanks.


CZ JFK

2016-01-29 17:35
WARD-ENTERPRISES wrote

The moral of the story: Old vehicles = Good, New vehicles = FATALITY!!!

Well if you crash in old car, you will be probably dead, but the car itself will be driveable, and in new cars it is vice versa. The car is bended like harmonica after crash, but people inside are just fine. Also, although I never saw Monte Carlo in person, it is a pretty big car (for european manners), and if that kind of car crashes to compact and light Civic, you cant recognise the Civic at all.

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2016-01-29 17:39:58
CA WARD-ENTERPRISES

2016-01-29 17:22
JFK wrote
You will hardly find car reliable as this. I tried to do 5 flips in a row (platinum medal) in GTA:O with it, so I attached it to Cargobob. It failed to achieve the metal (cause it was spinning, not really flipping), but it crashed head on to ground from a height that pretty much matches Mt. Chilliad (proably, chilliad is on the other side of map that I did the test, and it was night). Bumper and bonnet snaped off, lights will not work anymore, but it is going without any problems.


He's right you know, it also reminds me of this one time that i was heading to school when i was a kid, & i saw a car accident on the highway, and i sh*t you NOT, out of the two cars in the head-on collision, the 80's monte carlo ss & what i think was a honda civic, ONLY the monte carlo was 99.9% in good condition while the honda civic......well, i think you get the idea of what happend.

The moral of the story: Old vehicles = Good, New vehicles = FATALITY!!!


CZ JFK

2015-10-11 23:42
You will hardly find car reliable as this. I tried to do 5 flips in a row (platinum medal) in GTA:O with it, so I attached it to Cargobob. It failed to achieve the metal (cause it was spinning, not really flipping), but it crashed head on to ground from a height that pretty much matches Mt. Chilliad (proably, chilliad is on the other side of map that I did the test, and it was night). Bumper and bonnet snaped off, lights will not work anymore, but it is going without any problems.
CA WARD-ENTERPRISES

2015-07-03 00:36
tupacserbia wrote

Well, at least you like Trailer Park Boys, i'll give you that much.


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RB tupacserbia

2015-06-07 18:21
WARD-ENTERPRISES wrote
good color, reminds me of the shitmobile from trailer park boys

Well, at least you like Trailer Park Boys, i'll give you that much.

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