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Tuesday, July 26, 2005

GTA: Vice City

Tommy faced the ocean. The sun would soon be rising only to be obscured by the the raging storm that had battered Vice City throughout the night. Sheets of rain fell on Tommy as thunder crackled in the dawn sky and lightning intermittently hit the ocean's surface. The only other beach-comers were the homeless and the prostitutes, the destitute foragers of VC. The wind was howling, threatening to turn into a Tropical storm at a moment's notice. Tommy started to walk from the beach toward the city street. A homeless man passed Tommy and slightly bumped him. Tommy turned around and hit the man in the back of the head. The man fell to the ground. Before the man had a chance to rise, Tommy repeatedly kicked him in the head until a massive pool of blood formed on the ground. Tommy ceased kicking long after life had escaped the man's body. He continued his jaunt toward the street. When Tommy reached the sidewalk a large Gatling-gun inexplicably appeared in his grasp. He turned to his left and saw two taxicabs headed north up the beach in his direction. Tommy let the unsuspecting cabs drive only so close to him as he unleashed a torrent of bullets. The gattling rounds mimicked the unrelenting rain only differentiating in their ferocious impact. The cabs were reduced to smoldering junk-yard wreckage. The downtrodden in the vicinity began to flee as three cop cars pulled up to the chaos. The first two police cruisers were destroyed in the same fashion as the taxicabs. Tommy turned and opened fire on the third car, it was too close to him, the explosion that ensued sent shards of shrapnel flying through the air only to find their mark in Tommy's exterior. Tommy lie wasted in the street as it continued to rain.


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Friday, March 02, 2007 4:34:00 PM

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