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Submitted by HardcoreDroid 425d ago | review

Grand Theft Auto San Andreas Review: Nothin' but a G Thang: Hardcore Droid

Rockstar’s anniversary ports of its classic PlayStation 2-era titles have already served as the benchmark for sandbox action-adventures on mobile. Although there are a few competitors out there, most notably the recent Gangstar Vegas, they rival Grand Theft Auto only in scope, not fun. Despite this, it’s been easy to see just how dated Grand Theft Auto III and Vice City are, with their tiny worlds, blocky models, and awkward controls. (Android, Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, iPad, iPhone) 4.5/5

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