History of U.S.C.
On the release date of Grand Theft Auto IV (GTA IV) Adam aka USC-President entered the online free roam, found the NRG 900RR & started doing stunts and tricks when he flew by the Westdyke Autos motorbike dealership located on Lemhi St. & Sacramento Ave. Then it dawned on him to have a world wide crew of bikers on GTA IV multiplayer. His sole mission then became to scout the gaming community for the perfect stunt crew. Adam needed a Vice President and found a player from Holland by the ID tag mchenk. This relationship was key to making his crew what it is today. In all things aside they became brothers like none other. Soon after mchenk wrote a promotional announcement on the Dutch PlayStation magazine about the crew. In doing so they found a solo gamer in search of a family of brothers by the ID tag BrenCis. Soon after a young player by the ID tag needles666 played a major role for the crew. His skills in flying alone gave him a privital role when needed to film for YouTube.
Many joined U.S.C. soon after to the point that a website was needed. A family member by none other then djbeto2209 aka Adam's cousin, designed the site, thus became the beginings of United Styles Crew. The crew was short lived only lasting from 2008-09. The finantial struggles of life as it may, put an end to things. Only mchenk had any possible say on continuing the legacy. The President wasn't gone but had a trick up his sleeve to return with a BANG! In 2012 everything was ready to unleash a new begining of how U.S.C. will be run. So as BrenCis once told Adam the dreams of those begining days of GTA, the "Never Forgotten" are now reality of what true brotherhood is all about through thick and thin. A three year gap & the crew never forgot about the USC-President's leadership to challenge the status quo. Now that the emptiness is gone things can be put right. The U.S.C. vets never surrenderd hope.
By playing games, we don't try to prove our crew is better than any clan, What we really want to say is... All though players may have diffent skills in games, we don't believe one players integrity is worth more then another. Everybody's dignity is the same & we also understand that players unknowingly want to be missed. I hope from this moment on, players can respect each other by following in our path to happiness of a global youth gaming community. That's all.
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Special thanks goes out to mchenk and BrenCis for sharing this article with us!
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