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What happens if I fail one mission in PS3 - Grand Theft Auto IV and don't try it again?

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Hi, I'd like to know what happens if i fail one mission in PS3 - Grand Theft Auto IV and don't try it again to have success? Will I have some problem ahead? The mission I'm talking is "Final Destination".

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by:nick2253
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I don't know specifically for that mission, but when I failed a mission and decide not to replay it, one of two things happened:

1) It was a plot essential mission so I was forced to re-do it until I beat it (otherwise no more plot action)
2) It was a non-essential mission, it which case, some of the missions are replayable after the fact, and some aren't.  You'll find that the availability of non-essential missions is highly dependant on your position in the plot.

Cheers,
Nick
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by:marcoloppo
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Hey, thank you for your reply, so if I understood, if it was a essential mission i'll be forced to do it again until it be completed, so if it is not essential I'll be presented to the next mission automatically, is it right?

PS: For your information, this is the mission in question: http://www.gta4.net/missions/chapter-one.php#final-destination
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Almost.  If it is not an essential missions, you can redo it (if necessary, you may need to redo the "trigger" for the mission, like meeting someone or going someplace or something like that), but you don't have to.  If I remember correctly, I think that Final Destination is plot-essential mission, so if you fail, you'll get to (or have to, depending on your perspective) do it again.  You can't, for example, fail the game and have to start over if you fail one mission.

Cheers,
Nick
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by:marcoloppo
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Hi Nick, thank you for your reply, I failed some times but finally I got it complete and I could go ahead!
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