PS3 – The February Crew Party Story – The Big Squeeze

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The year is 1931. Prohibition is nearing it’s end, though the Chicago pianos are still hot with fighting over all the giggle juice coming into the city. In the end two major players remain, the Los Santos Crime Family run by Jack Dragna and City Hall Gang run by Charles H. Crawford and Kent Kane Parrot.

Now don’t blow your wig just yet doll, there’s a few rules to consider here.

  • Team 1 represents the Los Santos Crime Family and is situated at the Sawmill. Team two represents the City Hall Gang and is situated at a small compound on the north side of the Alamo Sea.
  • Make sure you’re dressed in 1920/1930 fashion. Think bobbed hair, flapper dresses etc. I know some of you don’t have those, but creativity and lots of long skirt and suit jackets go a long way.
  • To keep it realistic, the only guns allowed are the Gusenberg Sweeper, Vintage Pistol and Musket. Again I know some of you don’t own a Gusenberg. If you are among the unlucky few, you are allowed to use any gun in the SMG section.
  • Show up for the meet in one of the following vehicles:
    • Duster (If you can manage to land it in downtown Los Santos that is)
    • Rat Loader
    • Rat Truck
    • Roosevelt
    • Z-Type
  • Though not really a rule, it is recommended to change the colours on your TV/projector to black and white. Trust me on this one, it gives it a real film noire touch.

Chapter 1: Getting First Base

Blaine County may be a big places, but there’s only so many bootleg rackets. The Los Santos Crime Family and the City Hall gang have always been bitter rivals, but have managed to coexist. With Ardizzone dead and Dragna now in charge, the family has started to put the squeeze on vice king pin Charlie Crawford and his city hall buddies, starting with their main front, a sawmill in Paleto Forest.

Team Deathmatch: Team 1 starts off at the two dirt roads leading up to the sawmill, next to a Roosevelt. Team 2 starts off at the sawmill.

Chapter 2: Get A Wiggle On!

The sawmill is up in proverbial flames and is a lost cause. Dragna’s big sixes are trying to get away with whatever is left of the giggle water and the City Hallers have loaded whatever is left in a few Roosevelts. A pursuit ensues. Chase Dragna’s men back to their hideout and take back what’s yours!

Team GTA race: Everyone gets split into teams of two, so there should be eight teams racing. Disregard the story’s two teams for just this race and play rough. You’re only allowed to use the Vintage Pistol and grenades. There’s also a small shortcut, but you’ll need to go full speed to make it.

Chapter 3: Flapper Flyer

Dragna’s hideout turns out to be a small airstrip in Grapeseed. Though small, it’s well protected. City Hall makes it’s way to an airport just outside of Sandy Shores. Crawford wants the giggle juice back and Dragna won’t settle for anything less than a complete victory. Use whatever mode of transportation you can find and bring back the bootleg.

Capture: Two teams, two airports, quickly makes your way to the other team’s base and steal the “giggle juice”. There’s three vehicle types to choose from, Dusters (plane), Rat-Trucks and Roosevelts. If you die you’ll respawn in a Rat-Loader.

Chapter 4: The Chicago Typewriter

A few day have passed since the big showdown and back in L.S. the tensions have risen to a critical point. Crawford and Parrot have security on stand-by at all times, but Dragna wants it all and has put a hit on the two. Crawford and Parrot are personally taking delivery of a rum and rye shipment behind a newly set up speakeasy. Dragna has chosen this as the perfect opportunity to get rid of the City Hall Gang once and for all and he himself will be leading the hit squad.

Last Team Standing: Team 1 starts off in front of a Roosevelt, guns (preferably Gusenbergs) aimed at two team two players, representing Crawford and Parrot. The rest of team 2 plays the role of the latter’s security. Team 2 comes in from all sides, corners and rooftops, while team 1 is stuck in the alley. Basically the ambush gets ambushed.

Epilogue:

With Crawford and Parrot gone, the City Hall Gang dissolves, but the corruption they have brought to Los Santos remains even to this day. If team 2 wins the LTS, Dragna dies and the Los Santos Crime Family loses it’s grip over the city and street gangs start to take over the rackets. If team 1 wins the LTS, Dragna lives and with a little help from back East, the Los Santos Crime Family becomes even more powerful, extending it’s territory all the way to Las Venturas.

PS3 – ‘Police Academy 8’ Crew Party Story

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First playlist

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Due to a shortage of police officers *whistles in innocence*, the newly elected mayor of Los Santos has announced a policy requiring the police department to accept all willing recruits, effectively abolishing fitness requirements, educational levels, and medical standards.

I use the term “willing” loosely. As you know you’ve been getting into a lot of trouble since you first arrived in Los Santos. It’s taken over a year and a few thousand good police officers, but they finally took you down. Captain Mahoney, once a do badder himself, has given you two options, jail time or joining the Police Academy.

You of course choose the Police Academy. You’ll fit right in, I mean you respawn constantly and the cops of L.S. are as expendable and douchey as they get.

In the next 14 weeks/minutes you will be trained at the Police Academy located at the University of San Andreas, Los Santos (ULSA) Courses will include PE, shooting and advanced driving in decommissioned police cars (Staniers)

P.E. 101

Move it, move it, move it!! Get your shapely behind to the starting grid cadet! I don’t care if you’re in line to register!, you’re starting NOW! 1 lap around the campus! GO GO GO!

Advanced Driving 101

You’re an L.S. resident so this should be a no brainer, just like you. Race your car to the obstacle course and finish it as fast as you can. The last one to finish has to get coffee and doughnuts.

Academy Paintball Day

Taco Terry’s Vaquero Feeder, a local taco company, and commandant Tackleberry have organized a promotional paintball event at the academy. Last (wo)man standing wins a whopping $100,000 and a personal parking space conveniently located just 15 miles away from campus. As always you’re late for class and you never even took the time to read the memo. When you finally arrive, unaware of the situation, there’s just 15 people left and half the school got destroyed. There’s paintball guns laying around everywhere and in the distance you hear someone shout: “GROOOOOOOOOODY!”. The good cop you are, you move in to investigate and come across some place called “Fort Grody” and even more paintball guns. Suddenly paintballs are flying over your head, nearly hitting you. Hiding from this trigger happy moron you see a leaflet on the ground. Paintball day? You finally know what going on and you realize what to do. Win the game and donate the money to the school so they can repair this nuthouse.

Advanced driving 102

It’s the last day of school and it’s time to put your new skills to the test. How you’ve made it this far is a mystery to me, but you did it. In order to graduate you have to take a Stanier around town through tight corners and alleyways. Last one to finish gets assigned desk duty, so don’t expect your classmates to play nice.

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Second playlist

You’ve (more or less) successfully completed your training and you’ve been assigned to the two shittiest precincts in town. It’s your job to clean the mean streets and turn the precinct around… or not.

In this city full of gangsters, starlets and other degenerates, it’s hard not to succumb to the almighty dollar. It won’t be long before one precinct goes corrupt (Vespucci) while the other maintains it’s good ethics (Mission Row). Which method will prevail in the end… is up to you.

Chapter one: Drive The Beat

The best way to earn the trust of the people is to pull them over for driving 1mph too fast/slow, beating them half to death for actually talking back to you and impounding their car. The captain has assigned partners and you’ve just received orders to go on traffic duty. The area is notorious for it’s drug runners and their over the top Scarface-like montages, so be careful opening those car doors, the precinct doesn’t have a handgun budget you know.

Chapter two: Knock Knock…Who’s There?

VESPUCCI:

Those two drug runners you busted on traffic duty turned out to be quite useful… after you took them out into the alley and knocked their brains out that is. It’s probably best to keep that one out of the books. It turns out they work for the Cortez Cartel, a Vice City based operation run by (Colonel) Juan Cortez. You’d better take them down before the Vice Squad does, otherwise this whole thing will become nothing but a synthesizer-laden cop drama with lots of fast cars and bikinis. Make your way to their HQ and book Cortez.

MISSION ROW:

Those two drug runners you busted on traffic duty might turn out to be quite useful. We’ve bugged their car and let them go because of a ‘lack of evidence’. For the greater good we’re just going to pretend we didn’t find the mountain of blow and cheap machine guns in the trunk of their Coquette. It’s not long until we overhear them talking about a deal they’re going to make with a Korean crime syndicate in Los Santos’ industrial area. Get over there and book them.

Chapter three: The Undertaking

Mission Row dispatch has just received a report about stolen police-issue carbine rifles. With the recent involvement of the Cortez Cartel in Los Santos, it is likely that they are involved somehow. Word on the street is, several cops were seen talking with members of the cartel. Could this have been an inside job? Are there cops working with the cartel?

Chapter four: Badge Of (Dis)Honour

A Mission Row patrol has followed on of the cartel members back to their hideout, a large mansion on North Sheldon Avenue. A quick peek over the fence reveals a lot of police issue carbine rifles being unloaded and Cortez talking to a few cops!

MISSION ROW:

Every cop in the precinct has been dispatched. It’s time to take down Cortez and those corrupt cops. Be careful though, they’re not too friendly. Officer Bine tried her asking for a cup of sugar approach and didn’t live to drink the tea. Gather all the evidence before the Cartel takes back the evidence you already managed to sneak out.

VESPUCCI:

You’ve overheard a police dispatch on the chatter. They’re going to take down the Cortez and what’s even worse, they’re coming after you as well. Protect all incriminating evidence on the residence and take whatever evidence they no doubt already have on you, out of their cars.

Chapter five: Cop Shop Chop Drop

Cortez has been arrested and is now facing 287 life sentences and five hours of community service in a local retirement home. Despite his age, Cortez detests old people. He will no doubt attempt to escape soon.

VESPUCCI:

Cortez’ right hand man, who goes by the name of “Tommie” has contacted you. You’re meeting him in a dark poorly lit garage wearing fedoras, sunglasses and trench coats. You “pricks” have been offered five million dollars to get him out of his community service. You’ll have to break him out tonight though. His community service is tomorrow!

MISSION ROW:

A Vespucci cop has given himself in and has offered to tell you everything if you’ll have the DA drop the charges on him. At this point all that matters is getting the rest of the cartel and those corrupt cops.

Apparently the Vespucci precinct is in with the cartel and they’re about to break out Cortez! Take the chopper to Bolingbroke Prison and safeguard the keys.

Chapter six: Prison The Run

The Mission Row cops we’re too late. Cortez and the Vespucci cops have just left Bolingbroke. Chase them back to wherever they’re going and settle this once and for all!

Chapter seven: Redemption

This is it. The final showdown. Colonel Cortez is currently holed up at the Vespucci Precinct after fleeing from the prison under their protection. The Mission Row team has to make their way over to the Vespucci Precinct, eliminate those who are a threat, and capture Cortez back.

Xbox (360) & Xbox One – Grease!

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Calling all aspiring young actresses and actores! Roles are now being cast for “Grease!” A pussi riot production, sponsored by pißwasser, because beer is just as healthy as singing and dancing…

Hey everyone! Just before Christmas eltax and I had a joke. We said we should make a movie using the xbox one game dvr. At first we were joking and laughing but then we got serious and spoke about the endless amounts of movies we could make. Then after a lot of laughs eltax came up with grease. We talked and decided that this was the best for us to begin with. Why you ask? Well because like gta it is in LA/LS, we can use the university, we have the cars and we have the clothes.

Don’t worry if you don’t like talking because you won’t need to do any voice acting. We will record the videos and play the movie over it. All you need is your pretty little self. We only have two rules really.

1. You must be on xbox one or 360, it’s better if you’re on one because we can all film and it will look better but if you’re on 360 eltax has kindly offered to film you

2. Have fun. Me and eltax laughed so hard just talking about it and we agreed that this should be fun so if at any point it becomes a pain we will put it on hiatus.

Now to be honest grease isn’t my favourite movie but this will be fun so if you haven’t seen it I strongly suggest that you do.

Like I said earlier it should be fun so we decided that it’ll be more fun if we add a ‘pussi riot twist’ if you get cast as a guy you can go and make a secondary character to play as OR you could try and make your character look like a guy, as in golf bitch by scuba…

It’s entirely up to you 🙂

Every role is available and we still have to sort out some details but please take this opportunity to sign up because like the saying goes “the early bird catches the worm” so we won’t be casting on talent since no one needs to actually speak, we just need to record your characters actions and mouth moving, so those that sign up early will get the better roles.

Do you want to sign up? Do it below, just tick the boxes that apply to you 🙂

Also I found this video today, just… what is this? Look at it:

PS3 – January Crew Party Announcement

It’s that time again and boy oh boy have we got one in the oven for you!

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(Hey put a little music on will ya)

This month we’re trying something new. Rather than going with a load of themed mayhem and insanity, we’re going with a plot… and mayhem and insanity.

By now you can probably tell what plot we’re going with. In light of all the classic movies getting unnecessary sequels, we’re doing the long overdue Police Academy 8!

Okay first off, PS4ers don’t fret! We’ve moved the date of the PS3 party to be the day after yours. We thought it wouldn’t be fair if you gals didn’t have a proper party this month *wink wink* The date and time of the party are Saturday the 31st at 21:00 GMT.

Over the next few weeks we’ll keep you informed on plot development. It is of great importance that you read those posts, as each job’s plot won’t be included in the in-game job descriptions.

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The plot thickens…

Due to a shortage of police officers *whistles in innocence*, the newly elected mayor of Los Santos has announced a policy requiring the police department to accept all willing recruits, effectively abolishing fitness requirements, educational levels, and medical standards.

In the next 14 weeks/minutes you will be trained at the Police Academy located at the University of San Andreas, Los Santos (ULSA) Courses will include PE, shooting and advanced driving in decommissioned police cars (Staniers)

When your training is complete, you will be split into two groups and assigned to two run-down precincts, one on Mission Row and one in Vespucci.

In this city full of gangsters, starlets and other degenerates, it’s hard not to succumb to the almighty dollar. It won’t be long before one precinct goes corrupt (Vespucci) while the other maintains it’s good ethics (Mission Row). Which method will prevail in the end… is up to you.

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Party Details:

  • The party will take place on Saturday the 31st at 21:00 GMT.
  • The meeting point is at the ULSA. We’ll start off with a photo shoot of us in uniform and a few police cars.
  • After the playlists we will do manhunts. The host will place a bounty on someone. That person then gets a 5 minute head start. Whoever kills the hunted places a bounty on someone else, then the whole thing repeats.
  • PS4 players (or any rioter who owns a PS3 for that matter) are more than welcome to join in on the fun.
  • The party is inspired by the Police Academy film series. If you haven’t seen them already, we strongly recommend that you do, the first three at least. Trust us, the others aren’t that good.
  • We will all wear a uniform:
    • Black team pants
    • Black team swear OR LC Penetrators racerback (for a sleeveless version)
    • Standard armor (inventory > body armor > show armor > standard armor)
    • Aviators optional
  • The first playlist (the training) is free for all. The second playlist (the two precinct good cop bad cop story) is teams based.
  • Make sure you read the plot. It’s not even half the fun if you don’t know what’s going on.
  • Any further questions, contact one of the reps listed below.

The Reps:

  • Muhmuhhuh
  • Mniscus (xMINTYFRESHx)
  • Grody-to-the-max (raxo-d)

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