A visual comparison between the 2 Games: GTA: San Andreas (2004) GTAV (2012) Games have come a long way in 8 years, though San Andreas is still one the best of all time imo.
GTA San Andreas never gets old. Still my favorite GTA game so far
Gotta agree with that, i got the old dusty PS2 up and running the other day just to play it. Still an amazing game with an awesome soundtrack.
It's probably your favourite because it's the best one.
I just installed it on my PC again a week ago. been playing it online with 200+ players. game is the best in the series (until GTA V hopefully). Gonna be playing soon actually :P
Wow this really puts things into perspective, games have come a really long way graphically. Really looking forward to GTAV.
Yeah it's amazing in such a short time, can you imagine how the next gen GTA will look.
Apparently it wont be as big a leap as last gen. Will still look amazing I'm sure, you can get a taste of it now on PC with games like Metro and The Witcher 2.
6th gen to 7th gen was only really big because of the jump to HD. There's not much to leap to between 7th and 8th. It'll be a few generations until there's such a big leap.
We tend to not appreciate video game graphics because of the whole "gameplay is more important" argument, but when we put last gen and current gen head to head, we can fully appreciate it.
The GTA games never got old
I cant tell the difference! (Kidding of course)
i agree, its obvious that the bottom one is the new game
Los Santos vs. Los Santos? Thats the title in your first image.
Like the first commenters,I love GTA:SA.It's still as addictive as ever...more than it's predecessors imo.
Kinda makes excited to see what GTA (If still around) or just games in general will look like in the next 10 years.
I still play san andreas mostly on samp ,its the best gta ever released yet , gta 4 took out the good features that san andreas had , but gta 5 will have a lot of new and old features coming back cant wait!!
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