TheGameReviews has compiled a massive list of GTA info, which includes everything from weapons to characters to location and more.
This will be the First GTA title I purchase. I never really got into it before this, but the game looks like a lot of fun...
The other ones were a lot of fun too. When I first played GTA 3 (which I didnt even want, but it was a christmas gift) I was amazed and immediately said it was the best game I have ever played.
gta iv ftw
I loved the setting and immersion I felt with Vice City. San Andreas had much more to do, but the setting and the added RPG elements left me cold.
Salvatore died in GTA III...
It's true, and I happily killed him as Claude Speed. Bastard.
pretty good information, i learned alot lol
Nothing new but having pretty much everything known all in one place is nice.
GTA II is indeed an epic, and Vice City and San Andreas are letdowns in comparison. But their features are more entertaining. GTAIII is often assumed the same as those later GTA, to those who were itnroduced late to the GTA series when all the ridiculosu hype surrounded it. I ahve been an avid fan sicne GTA and GTA 2, anyone rememeber s-uzi? I ahve the seperate London Playstation disc expansion. Anyway GTAIII was superbly written and deserves way mroe recognition than VC and SA.
concise and straight to the point
top notch like always.
@ cain141 - Man, you dont know what you missed! It's a shame you never got into it, because GTA III, GTA Vice City and GTA San Andreas were all totally enjoyable, fun, classic games. Seriously you missed out big time, those three games all had very immersive, interesting plots and storylines and the most memorable characters. Well at least you can see what you missed on GTA 4 when you finally buy it and play it. @ ThatArtGuy - I'm with you on that one. Vice City was my most favourite one. I just loved playing in the whole 1980's Miami-style setting - the drug wars, explosive gun fights, the 80's music, neon night lights, disco/club scene, beach babes,flash 80's sportscars and motorbikes. I just couldnt get enough of playing as Tommy Vercetti - his game character was most unforgettable and legendary. I loved San Andreas, and it was the most advanced feature-wise of all the three, but it was too huge in size with a bit too much features to fully absorb the whole gameplay experience, which slightly spoilt it a bit. GTA III should have been the best with the gritty New-York-style setting but it lacked and missed out so too many important features to make it the complete GTA experience. Vice City had pretty much everything on a balanced scale and it definitely had the best and most gripping storyline. The article was very informative and well-put, it is detailed and orderly. I really am looking forward to this game, seriously I'm just keeping close track of the days left till the release date!
vice city by a long shot. best soundtrack in a game ever.
...mainly becasue it insinuates that Don Leone is alive, which is impossible. He died in GTA3.
Most of this is old news, the only thing I got out of it was using the phone in multiplayer, and the don leone part
This is actually the game that will make me buy one of these stupid crappy annoyingly expensive video game consoles! The article adn teh video footage simpoply are realy tempting when all put together. Ugh now i have to decide between Microsoft evil wizardry and Sony lame ass lack of crap for their version. Stupid breakable console that will undoubtedly fail after or during my playuing the game, and the PS3, whatever the hell it is.
I wonder why they didnt want to add flying airplanes. That was one of my favorite parts of the previous games.
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