So you’ve probably watched the trailer about a dozen times already, but here are some of the things you may have missed:
- In one of the earlier screenshots, we saw a building called “Carney Island Pharmacy” in the Hove Beach area. The same location was shown in last week’s trailer, except now it’s called “Hove Beach Pharmacy,” and the front of the building looks different. See below.
- In the following scene, we can see part of the Broker (Brooklyn) Bridge near the top left, which gives us a fair indication of where Hove Beach is situated in relation to the other stuff:
- In this screenshot, we see the diner that John Davison was talking about after he saw the latest GTA 4 demo at R*. Also, notice in the background we see the same shop that featured in the screenshot mentioned previously:
- In the following scene, the graffiti on the wall consists of various artwork from GTA3 and GTA: Vice City, and at one point actually contains the full GTA3 boxart. See below:
Also notice the bridge in the background which appears to be based on the Triborough Bridge, which in real life connects Queens to Bronx (or Dukes to Bohan, in GTA IV terms.)
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