Rockstar Submits New Grand Theft Auto III Rating to Australian Classification Board

Today, the Rockstar Games classic Grand Theft Auto III has been reclassified by the Australian Classification Board (ACB).

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NapalmSanctuary311d ago

Always felt a strange connection to this game. The main character looked like my best friend who also had the nickname "Fido", just like the main character. Real weird coincidence. Would love to play it remastered.

VenomUK311d ago


By that I mean I would love to play a remastered version, not that I have a friend called Fido.

2pacalypsenow311d ago

It's already remastered on PS4.

Profchaos311d ago

That's just emulation. I did the same thing on my PC recently with vice city stories you can smooth a game out heaps and up res it so it looks crystal clear.

2pacalypsenow311d ago (Edited 311d ago )

Is that different than a remaster tho?

Remasters just up the resolution and smooth out the graphics.

LightningMokey311d ago

Nah, A remaster would have upgraded textures.

You're just thinking of an upgraded port.

2pacalypsenow311d ago (Edited 311d ago )

Another port most likely.

Thunder_G0d_Bane311d ago

I’m kinda surprised san andreas and vice city are not on switch. Cause with having actual buttons an joysticks it would be so much better than the mobile versions.

FlyingFoxy311d ago

Meh, this was the worst of the 3D GTA's. Acceleration/speed on cars felt so limited, little/no humour and too serious.. Vice City, San Andreas and the stories games were way more fun IMO.

KingOfArcadia311d ago

You know, I wonder if the fact that it's the first, and oldest, of the 3D GTA games might explain that.

Profchaos311d ago

Yeah it does by the time it was ready for release Dan Houser basically caught on to the fact that the protagonist had no voice.
Obviously voice acting and Mo cap for 3 was a low priority but greatly improved in vice city

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