Difference between revisions of "Darkel"

From Grand Theft Wiki
Jump to: navigation, search
Line 1: Line 1:
 
[[File:Darkel-GTAIII.jpg|right|thumb|150px|Darkel]]
 
[[File:Darkel-GTAIII.jpg|right|thumb|150px|Darkel]]
'''Darkel''' was scheduled to be a character in [[Grand Theft Auto III]], but he was removed during its development. Darkel was to be a revolutionary urchin who would vow to bring down the [[Liberty City in GTA III Era|city's]] economy. One known mission for Darkel involved stealing an [[Mr. Whoopee|ice cream van]], using it to attract pedestrians and then blowing it up (this mission was given to [[El Burro (GTA III)|El Burro]] as [[I Scream, You Scream]]). Darkel was originally expected to give out [[Rampages|Rampage-esque]] missions and terrorist-like missions. [[Rockstar Games|Rockstar]] never revealed why Darkel was removed, although it is suspected that Darkel was removed due to the [[wp:September 11, 2001 attacks|9/11 attacks]] (eerily, one Darkel [[Love Hurts|mission]] allegedly involved [[Claude]] crashing a [[Dodo]] plane into the [[Love Media Building]], but survive by jumping out).
+
'''Darkel''' was scheduled to be a character in [[Grand Theft Auto III]], but he was removed during its development. Darkel was to be a revolutionary urchin who would vow to bring down the [[Liberty City in GTA III Era|city's]] economy. One known mission for Darkel involved stealing an [[Mr. Whoopee|ice cream van]], using it to attract pedestrians and then blowing it up (this mission was given to [[El Burro (GTA III)|El Burro]] as [[I Scream, You Scream]]). Darkel was originally expected to give out [[Rampages|Rampage-esque]] missions and terrorist-like missions. [[Rockstar Games|Rockstar]] never revealed why Darkel was removed, although it is suspected that Darkel was removed due to the [[wp:September 11, 2001 attacks|9/11 attacks]] (eerily, one Darkel [[Love Hurts|mission]] allegedly involved [[Claude]] crashing a [[Dodo]] plane into the [[Love Media Building]].
  
Despite being taken out, Darkel remains listed in the GTA III manual credits and the character texture remains in the game's data files. A group of [[tramps]] with [[Molotov Cocktail|molotovs]] can be found in the tunnel that connects [[8-Ball]]'s [[8-Ball Autos|bomb shop]] in [[Harwood]] to the rear of the [[Supa Save!]] in [[Portland View]], supposedly remnants of Darkel's "gang" - a [[Liberty Tree]] [[Strange Tramps Seen All Over Liberty City|article]] also alludes to a rise in tramp-related assaults. Darkel was supposedly meant to live underneath the [[Callahan Bridge]], where he would give the player missions.
+
Despite being taken out, Darkel remains listed in the GTA III manual credits and the character texture remains in the game's data files. A group of [[tramps]] with [[Molotov Cocktail|molotovs]] can be found in the tunnel that connects [[8-Ball]]'s [[8-Ball Autos|bomb shop]] in [[Harwood]] to the rear of the [[Supa Save!]] in [[Portland View]], supposedly remnants of Darkel's "gang" - a [[Liberty Tree]] [[Strange Tramps Seen All Over Liberty City|article]] also alludes to a rise in tramp-related assaults. Darkel was supposedly meant to live underneath the [[Callahan Bridge]], where he would give the player missions.
  
 
[[Bill Fiore]] recorded dialogue for Darkel, and despite it being removed from the game, he is still credited as such in the game's credits.
 
[[Bill Fiore]] recorded dialogue for Darkel, and despite it being removed from the game, he is still credited as such in the game's credits.

Revision as of 03:26, 27 August 2010

Darkel

Darkel was scheduled to be a character in Grand Theft Auto III, but he was removed during its development. Darkel was to be a revolutionary urchin who would vow to bring down the city's economy. One known mission for Darkel involved stealing an ice cream van, using it to attract pedestrians and then blowing it up (this mission was given to El Burro as I Scream, You Scream). Darkel was originally expected to give out Rampage-esque missions and terrorist-like missions. Rockstar never revealed why Darkel was removed, although it is suspected that Darkel was removed due to the 9/11 attacks (eerily, one Darkel mission allegedly involved Claude crashing a Dodo plane into the Love Media Building.

Despite being taken out, Darkel remains listed in the GTA III manual credits and the character texture remains in the game's data files. A group of tramps with molotovs can be found in the tunnel that connects 8-Ball's bomb shop in Harwood to the rear of the Supa Save! in Portland View, supposedly remnants of Darkel's "gang" - a Liberty Tree article also alludes to a rise in tramp-related assaults. Darkel was supposedly meant to live underneath the Callahan Bridge, where he would give the player missions.

Bill Fiore recorded dialogue for Darkel, and despite it being removed from the game, he is still credited as such in the game's credits.

Sources