The films narrative essentially sees the posse running from one area to the next, each time stumbling upon rival gangs or the police all vying for their capture. Each scene is broken up by radio broadcasts commentating on their progression home by the sultry spoken Lynne Thigpen. It plays out like a video game, and there was no surprise when in 2005 the developing giant Rockstar added a videogame adaptation to their already impressive roster. Being one of the more successful film to game recreations, its gaming counterpart is a prequel to the films events and contains most of the original cast in events leading up to the film. It’s a stellar effort from Rockstar, and impressed the fans as much as the general gaming public.
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