Shop is one of the classes Jimmy attends. It is taught by Neil. Shop becomes available after the start of Chapter 2. Jimmy is relegated to working on bikes because, as Neil says, "Cars are for seniors. You gotta walk before you can run, boyo". The only other students that can be seen attending the class aside from Jimmy are Greasers.The minigame involves tapping buttons and rotating the analogue stick on the controller in accordance with the direction given on the screen. As the difficulty of the minigame increases, more buttons and stick actions are added, and the number of given directions is increased. Passing levels of Shop unlocks successively better BMX Bikes.
Scholarship Edition changesEdit
In Shop Class, rather than working on a generic red bike, Jimmy can be seen working on the Red BMX that he will earn on completing Shop 5.
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|Blue and yellow (Basic) BMX is available from the garage|
|Yellow BMX replaces blue and yellow BMX|
|Green BMX replaces Yellow BMX|
|Blue and white BMX replaces Green BMX|
Red BMX replaces Blue and white BMX
BMX frame in Dorm Room near wardrobe
- In the background there is a Stallion (a car) that Rockstar has used in all Grand Theft Auto games and is briefly seen in Manhunt.
- Also in the background, a Regina which can also be seen in Grand Theft Auto.
- The two Greasers that are always working are Lucky and Lefty
- When you first go to shop class, Jimmy complains that he has to work on bikes, Neil tells him cars are for seniors implying that Lefty and Lucky are seniors, or that they're advanced in the class.