Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas Character Movements Recreated in Real Life Is Comedy Gold
Twitter user youfunnyb brings to life some hilarious Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas character movements that fans of the title will remember very well
Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas developed by Rockstar North is considered by many fans to be one of the greatest video games ever made. Set within the early 90s Los Angeles of Eazy E, NWA, Bloods, Crips, and the old skool it’s easy to see why so many players loved it so much – many not as many parents though due to the gang violence, drug dealing and the abundance of street side prostitutes, but this is really what made GTA stand out from the crowd in terms of interactive gameplay.
Even though Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas first released just over 14 years ago – wow, that right there will make you feel old – nostalgic fans still to this day reminisce over there time spent getting up to all the things you can only get away with in a videogame, usually. Twitter user @youfunnyb enjoyed his time so much that he decided to recreate some of protagonist Carl Johnson, or better known as CJ, iconic movements.
Just as a word of warning, the following video clips do contain bad language.
One of the funniest reenactments by youfunnyb is a clip called ‘Walking through doors’ and it’s something we can ALL relate to back in the day when there was no such thing as a smooth transition. The best part is right at the end where he’s running in the bathroom when you get a little too trigger happy on that X button and forget you aren’t on your bicycle anymore, fool!
GTA San Andreas: walking through doors pic.twitter.com/1nb0KTqrlL
— OH NAW❌ (@youfunnyb) March 25, 2019
I’ve honestly no idea how they both kept a straight face on the next clip titled “Dancing in the club” – they even have the cupped hands on point!
GTA San Andreas: dancing at the club pic.twitter.com/Y3Xp0M6Me2
— OH NAW❌ (@youfunnyb) March 22, 2019
Grand Theft Auto will continue to be one of the biggest and much-loved games in the industry and that was apparent during Take-Two Interactive’s earnings call for the end of Q2 fiscal year 2019, Grand Theft Auto V sold-in (shipped to retail) 100 million units across all platforms.
You can check out many more of youfunnyb’s GTA San Andreas recreation videos over on his Twitter page.