GTA Fans Won't Stop Talking About Vomit
Fans are just about ready to reconcile with the fact that Grand Theft Auto's recent collection of remasters was abysmal. And it's taken a while to get here.
Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy - The Definitive Edition absolutely stacked it upon launch. Despite the immeasurable hype that backed it up, it was packed with so many glitches and bugs that it became practically unplayable.
But, some fans have stuck with it, persisting through the incessant problems in an effort to relive their childhoods with these games whether they have fun or not. And for some reason, there's one detail they can't quite let go of.
Why Are GTA Fans Having Deep Discussions About Chunder?
Of all of the things worth discussing when it comes to GTA: The Trilogy, for some reason, fans are focusing way too much on the vomit. As spurred by a new post in the GTA subreddit, fans are analysing the textures of CJ's chuck-up in the remastered version of San Andreas.
We get a side-by-side image from the original game and the new edition, which sees CJ chundering in Cluckin' Bell. Cool. It's hard to tell if this is a point of genuine interest, or if the well is running dry when it comes to talk about when it comes to Rockstar's franchise. To be fair, we're pretty starved for content right now - but either way, fans are surely getting involved.
Fans Seem To Love Talking About GTA's Vomit
CJ's technicolour yawn has spurred comments from all sorts of fans who are weirdly compelled to analyse his pavement pâté. "I love how The Definitive Edition uses the wood particles as vomit effect," says one user. Is "love" really the word? Another added, "God I hate the way the DE version looks. Almost like everything is made of plastic."
"It's important work you're doing," comments another user. "Thank you for your service." A third concluded, "Wait you guys don't puke from your nose? Weird times." We're still not sure why the subreddit has devolved into vomit talk, but it's clear that we're running out of talking points, and quickly. Come on, Rockstar, do something - it's getting dire.