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Submitted by RIPSKATEDESTROY 938d ago | video

Grand Theft Auto V Trailer Remake in San Andreas

GTA.net writes: "While news is a little slow (is that the understatement of the century?) we thought we'd show you this trailer remake that was created by a member on our forums" (Grand Theft Auto V, Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, PC, PS2, Xbox)

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TheModernKamikaze  +   938d ago
That was freaking amazing!
NYC_Gamer  +   938d ago
Wow,age has caught up with San Andreas...
TheModernKamikaze  +   938d ago
but the fun and gameplay is still there.
Zha1tan  +   938d ago
Still a far better game than GTA IV

and still is the best GTA so far.
house  +   938d ago
ah the good ol days of San Andreas

*plays today was a good day*
OmegaSaiyanX  +   938d ago
GTA 1
Imo was by far the best GTA of all time, GTA 2 was pretty decent too, I enjoyed GTA 4 and GTA 5 looks pretty mint :-)
koh  +   938d ago
Reeks of hipsterdom, but everyone is entitled to their own opinion...
attilayavuzer  +   938d ago
Some people really need lives...
CYBERSNAKE  +   938d ago
Lol I was just about to say people sure do spend time on pointless crap.
THE-COMMANDER  +   938d ago
Beautiful.

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