Saturday, February 11, 2017

Gamers Love Bigfoot


Bigfoot might be elusive to find, but not if you're playing a Rockstar video game. The company loves the sasquatch mythos, and uses it in their games all the time.

Rockstar Games, creators of the “Grand Theft Auto” (GTA) series leads the pack in Bigfoot Easter-egging. It all began with “GTA: San Andreas” in 2002. After gamers beat the game every which way, the immersive world brought them right back for some tasty, teased hidden secrets. Some were small, and some were quite huge.

Rumors began about a hidden Bigfoot somewhere in a dark, massive, Northern Californian forested area of the game. Though the origin of this rumor is unclear, players grew tired searching up and down for the cryptid. Some “GTA V” hackers and modders decided to insert a custom Sasquatch into their own versions of the game. Very soon, screenshots and gameplay videos emerged; majorly confusing just about everyone else who was still intertwined in the world of San Andreas. Commotion erupted. The creator of the game had to step in and finally admit, there is no Bigfoot in “GTA: San Andreas”.

Interestingly, the entire event planted a seed in Rockstar Games’ garden. Six years later in 2010, Sasquatch surfaced legitimately. In another sprawling open-world game “Red Dead Redemption”, the company provided a genuine, playable side-quest called ‘Undead Nightmare,’ allowing the player to hunt down several Sasquatch. When completed, you are granted the ‘Six Years in the Making Achievement’ – no doubt a nod to the San Andreas cryptid chaos.

Come 2013, new Bigfoot sightings accompany the release of “GTA V”. Aside from a minimal, thermal-imaged Bigfoot within a story cut scene, Rockstar released a game update detailing a new achievement called “Cryptozoologist”. A major hint that Sasquatch is somewhere in the game. Unfortunately, players worldwide failed to discover the Easter egg hidden beneath this massive clue.

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21 comments:

  1. Got flying humanoid bigfoot dream sighting?

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    1. "the fellatio factor" is a new hard hitting novel co authored(by the same person?) about the duality of sanity and the razors edge of creating reality out of a dogmatic enigma regarding bigfoot and being anti bestiality for ones lust forthereof!!!

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    2. Hey 12:24 Nobody cares about your stupid book!

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    3. Can i borrow some pages from this book , I'm out of tp and need to wipe my ass.

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  2. Gamers couldn't find bigfoot so they made up their own bigfoot stories. That sounds really familiar. Where have I heard this before. That's it, it's exactly what bigfooters do in the real world.

    Dazz from Oz

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    1. Get back to playing you grand theft auto dorothy !

      #wearealljoe


      Joe

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    2. No, but I think your diapers need changing. oh were is your nanny ?
      Insolent toddler

      Joe

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    3. ^ That's been obvious for a long time "Sockpuppit".

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  3. I was watching Man in the High Castle yesterday on Amazon, and I was surprised to hear what sounds just like bigfoot yells in the background during one scene. I am absolutely not kidding.

    If you got to season 2 episode 5 at 24:42, there is a scene in which the Joe Blake character is outside talking to his estranged father. As they are talking, you can clearly hear noises in the background that sound just like many of the bigfoot yells that you can listen to on Youtube, the BFRO website, and other bigfoot sites.

    I don't know where they filmed this scene. They either captured bigfoot yells on the episode in the background or whatever is making those sounds on the show is what is being passed off as bigfoot yells on Youtube and bigfoot sites, because it sounds identical.

    Check it out yourself if you don't believe me.

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    1. ^ nahhh don`t believe ya`.

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    2. I haven't got Amazon and i don't think it's on youtube but i do believe you xx

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    3. I believe in magic apes

      Joe

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    4. Don't believe me?

      Go to 24:42 in season 2 episode 5.

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    5. "I believe anything Dr B Sykes say's, And Negros are Yeti's because Khwit's skull is like a neanderthal's" - Joe Fitsgerald.




      TALKIN ABOUT A LACK OF SELF AWARENESS! HAA HAA HAA LOL!!

      SCHOOLED BOYO!


      AC collins


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    6. poor lost pathetic trolls , you never learn do you?

      #wearealljoe

      Joe

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    7. Man, did I give AC a beating yesterday. I can tell a difference in his comments today. He seems mentally broken.

      #wearealljoe

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    8. ^ A fragmented personality such as yourself could hardly understand the "Quip" mentally Broken!
      Its ok I have a Whole roll of toilet paper for ya JOE FITSGERALD...:-))

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    9. Let me get that tp I been shitting on niggers all day and have yet to still wipe.

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