More:Grand Theft Auto: Vice City: Ocean Beach
Look in the alleyway directly behind your hideout at
the Ocean View to find a baseball bat.
Look slightly north (less than 100 feet) from the baseball
bat behind your hideout to find a set of brass knuckles.
Enter the apartment building in Ocean Beach next to the Pay 'N' Spray. Find the open door to apartment 30. To your right is a bathroom with blood all over. The chainsaw can be found there.
Go to the alleyway in the south-east corner of the east island (where you start) to find the knife.
You can find a shotgun at any time by going to the
top of the Washington Mall via the car park (the circle ramp).
When at the top of the building, do down the left side ramp, and
then immediately turn around. The gun is to the left of the ramp
at the back.
Drive next to the Pay 'N' Spray near the Ocean View,
then walk through the fence. Follow the trail and at the end you
will find an Uzi.
Leave your Ocean View hotel hideout, and steal a car.
This cannot be done with a motorcycle or scooter. Make sure the
car is directly in front of the hideout. Go right (from standing
in front of the hotel) and keep driving along the road. Drive
on the left hand side of the road, opposite to traffic. You will
see a wide gravel path. Follow the path, being careful not to
run over anyone, until you get to a small, narrow bridge. Start
ramming your car into the side of the bridge. As soon as the car
starts on fire, run away. Wait until the car explodes, and then
return to the bridge. A lot of people should be dead, since many
of them were walking on the bridge. If you are lucky, you might
even kill a police officer or two.
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Bag of money
After you complete the Malibu Club missions, there will be a bag full of money on your bed in your Ocean View Hotel Room.
On the table in your Ocean View Hotel room is a broken hidden package that has a mysterious white powder spilling out of it.
You can find a beach ball on the beach that you can
bounce on your head for points.
Grand Theft Auto 3 reference
There is a comic book-like picture of our hero
from Grand Theft Auto 3 in your first hideout in The Ocean
The entire road that runs parallel the beach on
the east side (where the Ocean View hotel is located) is an exact
duplicate of the scene from the Scarface, which was based in Miami.
New Candy Suxxx posters
After you complete all of the InterGlobal Film studio
missions, return to the original save point area in the Ocean
View Hotel. Go up to your room, and you can see two new Candy
Suxxx movie advertisement posters on the wall -- "BITE: Featuring
Candy Suxxx" and "CLOSE ENCOUNTERS: Starring Candy Suxxx".
After you complete all the missions, there will be
new magazines in the Ocean View Hotel. The magazines have pictures
of Lance Vance and Diaz on them, plus a computer magazine with
the title "1986 Best For Graphics" on the front cover.
After you complete the missions for Phil Cassidy, go to your hideout at the Ocean View hotel. There will be barrels of boomshine in your room.
Go into your hideout at the Ocean View hotel and go
towards the television. On top of it is a head with a bullet hole
in the middle of the forehead. On the base, there is a plaque
reading "Shooter Of The Month". This only appears after
you complete the Shooting Range mission.
Shoot the award and you will get a wanted level star.
Secret package contents
On a table in the hotel room, there is a secret package.
It does not count towards the 100 hidden in the game. It is broken
open and contains cocaine.
Also a hockey mask from the Bank Heist mission will
be on the table in your room at the Ocean View hotel after that
mission is completed.
After buying the Pole Position strip club, you can
get a lap dance in the back room. If you kill everyone in the
club, (all strippers, customers, and bartenders), there will be
a different striper in the back room.
After buying the Pole Position strip club, go to the back room
get a private dance. Then, go out into the main room and go back
in. You will get a new stripper. You can do this three times.