Before the release of Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy-The Definitive Edition-for the sake of simplicity, we will simply call it the GTA trilogy-Rockstar has put a bunch of new gifs and stickers on it Giffy, “Shows some of the most iconic moments and images of all three new versions of these games.” This is a good gesture for fans, but it’s really just marketing: images and animation remind old fans Their beloved game 20 years ago is expected to prompt them to invest in the updated version.
But then we noticed something interesting: at the top of the page is a very brief clip of GTA: San Andreas led CJ Johnson, a Grove Street OG, found himself alone, unarmed in a hostile territory, and The corrupt police were left there, and the dubbing was exactly the basis of Samuel L. Jackson, the famous “we’re here again” meme.
“Ah, damn, here we are again,” CJ said after rolling off the speeding car. “The worst place in the world. Rollin’ Heights Balla country. I haven’t represented Grove Street for five years, but Ballas doesn’t care.”
This is what it looked like in the original game:
according to Know your memeSince a YouTube user named ZMOONCHILD released a scene in January 2015, it took more than ten years after the release of “Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas” that the wheels really started to turn. Subtitled pictures followed, and by 2019 it had developed into a popular reaction meme.A sort of Green screen version Chaotic Geek also shared the opening remarks on Twitter, which allows creative sequencing to insert frustrated CJs into various situations.
But San Andreas is 17 years old, and its age is beginning to show. This new version is more smooth and clear. Dare to compare!
Unfortunately, the only thing missing is the subtitle-without it, the gif would really not carry the same weight. I have asked Rockstar why it was shelved, but whatever the reason, I believe someone will put it in, or put a track on it—or even both. Then, well, as that person said: Ah, damn, here we are again. But this is a good aspect.