Grand theft auto 4 dating guide

21 Jan

(However, wearing the wrong clothing or having the wrong car doesn't actually result in a date failing, only that the girlfriend makes negative (or snide) comments.) Assuming no failed dates, Niko can usually get to enjoy "coffee" (i.e.a sexual encounter) with the girlfriend at the conclusion of the second date, with the exception of Kate, who will never allow the relationship to reach that point no matter how many times she is dated.The relationship aspect of Grand Theft Auto IV is perhaps one of the most nebulous areas of this epic game.However, that shouldn't daunt you from building as many relationships as you can, because they happen to provide some of the deeper and more rewarding experiences Grand Theft Auto IV has to offer.

Both Michelle and Kate like Niko for who he is, so wearing something upscale (i.e., anything not from the Russian clothes store) and showing up in a flashy ride is typically to be avoided when dealing with either of them.In fact, without building up relationships with myriad characters in the game, you're going to miss out on a lot of what the game intends for you to see.There are two different kinds of primary relationships in the game.There two kinds of dates - these connected with main plot and those not connected. Her special skill is reducing the number of stars when you're chased.The first ones are described in the part of this guide that deals with main plot and missions. She likes: expensive clothes (Perseus); all types of games and entertainment; she prefers Steinway Beer Garden and Lucky Winkles. You meet her through dating service love-meet, where she's under the nickname Law Chick. Kiki likes: cheap, Russian clothes, glasses, hats; she likes to eat so you take her to any restaurant or fast food; she drinks a lot so take her to bar; also she loves every kind of entertainment or games. Carmen likes: expensive clothes (Perseus or Modo); she likes to drinks and eat; you can even take her to a nightclub. Carmen doesn' like: cheap Russian clothes, glasses, hats.