Talk:GTA 4 liberty city connected to GTA 3 liberty city

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Hugo gomez 16:36, July 13, 2010 (UTC)

im not mad if u deleted my page but there were rumors on a few websites talking about it it was alot of people too but my intention is how did gta 4 even become like that if theres two bradley international airports it is ok its ur job any way im just trying to let people not beconfused

It's just inappropriate for this site. This would be better suited for a forum, not a wiki. A wiki tries to be like an encyclopedia, with detailed information. Forums are places where you can discuss theories, like yours. It's not good for this site, but try posting it on a forum. And your page isn't deleted yet. The reason why Liberty City changed in between GTA III and GTA IV is that Rockstar Games wanted a more realistic city. GTA III and GTA IV take place in completely different universes, you see. Rockstar Games said that. There's the GTA III universe, with Staunton Island, Portland Island and Shoreside Vale, and GTA IV universe, with Algonquin, Broker, Bohan, Dukes, and Alderney. Francis International Airport was also put in GTA IV as an easter egg. El Burro in Chinatown Wars was put in as an Easter Egg. There was also a character named El Burro on GTA 1, who is not the same El Burro as in GTA III, who is not the same El Burro as GTA IV. They were all put in as jokes on the part of Rockstar Games. MAINEiac4434 17:25, July 13, 2010 (UTC)

its ok anyway i made a page with better things on it

IV's LC is not III's LC. And the article was full of the word "rumor", which means it's not backed up by facts. Please provide solid evidence and not rumors that these two cities are connected like that.--Spaceeinstein 22:53, July 13, 2010 (UTC)

no i ment the glitch city behind shoreside was a rumor that that was algonquin

Here's the original for those who want to see it. And next time, please don't upload images that are watermarked. They are watermarked for a reason.--Spaceeinstein 23:19, July 13, 2010 (UTC)