Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories Easter Egg - Cj, San Andreas Reference

When you're taking over a cholos business (I haven't taken over any other ones), before you blow up the car, get police star, catch the car on fire, and hide behind the fence behind the building. When they slowly come around the building, kill them with an uzi, and a police officer says "That's enough, C.J." C.J. is the main character from San Andreas and yet it was said in Vice City Stories. Maybe it was put in the wrong game, but it sure seems strange.

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Contributed By: Pheonix on 12-10-2007
Reviewed By: MonicaIngram
Special Requirements: PS2, Vice city stories
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JPhinfan86 writes:
It is a believable Rockstar joke in that they treat cops stereotypically. C.J. and Vince are both black men and cops are said to think all minorities look identical so they're mistaking Vince for C.J.
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GTAfuc writes:
its not a mistake. Rockstar put references to the next grand theft auto game in the current one. 3 was a poster that said "see you in vice city". there were none (that we know of) in San Andreas because Rockstar north was planning to shut down gta. but in IV you can see a commercial for the hot-ring racers on the TV, with CJ driving and its slightly lower definition graphics than the other commercials. maybe san andreas style graphics? yep.
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Mr Nibbles writes:
Yea dude, there are gangsters there too that if you go up and listen to their conversations they say stuff like "yea i left my sh*t in san andreas"
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