Radio Za-Za!

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Mission
Radio Za-Za!
Loonies leader Elmo telling Claude Speed to stop the "madness" caused by a mixture of a Zaibatsu drug and Futuro FM music.
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Loonies leader Elmo telling Claude Speed to stop the "madness" caused by a mixture of a Zaibatsu drug and Futuro FM music.
Game GTA 2
For Elmo, Loonies
Location Fruitbat, Downtown District, Anywhere City
Reward $20,000

Radio Za-Za! is the first job in Grand Theft Auto 2 given to protagonist Claude Speed by Elmo of the Loonies. The mission is available from the top of the two green Loony phones in Fruitbat of the Downtown District.

Mission

The Zaibatsu Corporation have mixed a new drug in with Futuro FM's music and are driving people crazy. This is ruining Loony reputation, so Elmo asks Claude to destroy the generator causing the madness.

Script

Elmo: Hey, Jumbo, it's Elmo. A new Zaibatsu drug mixed with Futuro FM's music is sending people CRAZY. This is bad for our Loony reputation. Get some explosives and stop this madness NOW.

(Claude drives to the main gates of the area housing the Zaibatsu generator)

Elmo: The Zaibatsu are expecting you, Jumbo, so avoid the main gates. Find a back door and dump the explosives by the generator.

(Claude fights his way through the area and finds some explosives)

Elmo: Cool, you got the explosives. It's a RIOT at Futuro FM, pay them a visit Jumbo and crisp the DJ.

(Claude makes his way to the generator and sets the explosives)

Elmo: Shift ass, Jumbo. You got FIVE seconds till she blows!

(Claude runs to a safe distance before the generator goes up in flames)

Elmo: Drug-induced madness was a cheap corperate cash-in but you saw through it, Jumbo. Here's $20,000. Let's get wasted!

Reward

Completing the mission will give you $20,000. Futuro FM can no longer be heard in the Downtown District after this mission.

Trivia

  • The name of this mission is likely a reference to the song Radio Ga Ga by the rock band Queen.

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