It's ludicrous, plus Johnny was always in his "colors", who'd seriously want to date a guy that's always in the same clothing? Same deal with Luis, a drug dealing thug who's a 24 hour on call bodyguard who can pick up chicks anytime at the various nightclubs, living the high life in Liberty City does not require internet dating. You HAD to go on those stupid dates for the story (as well as for achievements).
If they are optional to do, then I guess they can go ahead and add them considering we won't be forced to do them.
Any other man would just dust himself off and carry on." Anthony "Tony" Prince, also known as Gay Tony, is a character in the Grand Theft Auto series who appears as a minor character in Grand Theft Auto IV and The Lost and Damned, and the eponymous deuteragonist of The Ballad of Gay Tony.
Tony is a nightclub entrepreneur in Liberty City, as well as the owner of both Maisonette 9 and Hercules.
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.
These relationships take on a more light-hearted and pseudo-romantic tone and are completely optional for the most part.
There are two females in the game you must date—Mallorie's 'friend' Michelle and the O'Reary boys' sister Kate—but other than that, dating is completely optional.
However, there's a lot of fun to be had by partaking in the Liberty City singles scene.
It was first released for the Xbox 360 on 29 October 2009, before then being released for the Play Station 3 and Microsoft Windows on 13 April 2010.
It is the fourth expansion pack in the Grand Theft Auto series and the 14th release on the series.
But I'd personally rather them to have focused on developing something else other than that. You HAD to go on those stupid dates for the story (as well as for achievements).