After GTA: The Trilogy – Definitive Edition had a pretty naff launch last month, Rockstar ended up giving PC remaster owners copies of the oldies for free as an apology. The devs have another freebie for those folks too now – you can claim a free copy of GTA V: Premium Edition, GTA IV: Complete Edition, LA Noire, Bully: Scholarship Edition, or Max Payne 3 over the holiday period. Ah, free festive violence. Read more
Grand Theft Auto III
A trio of vintage crimeworlds returned rebuilt today with the launch of the Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition, bundling GTA 3, Vice City, and San Andreas into one collection with an long overly name. They look fancier and more modern (the originals being from 2001, 2002, and 2004, respectively), and have control schemes which are less damn old. Unfortunately, they have also cut some of my favourite songs from the radio, boooo. Read more
Ahead of the launch of the trilogy of remastered GTA games, Rockstar has shared which tracks will – and won’t – be featured in-game. GTA: The Trilogy – Definitive Edition is out today, and just before we all step back into Liberty City, Vice City or San Andreas, Rockstar has furnished us with a complete list of all the songs that will be in the compilation of the classic sandbox games. From the off, it’s worth noting that there will be some notable omissions. Some artists – likely those who’s licenses are tied up in rights issues – won’t be returning…
A keen-eyed GTA Forums user has discovered a set of notable additions that may make the upcoming GTA Trilogy a more tempting proposition for fans of the series. As Rockstar remains odddly tight-lipped on anything to do with the upcoming Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition, dataminers are starting to piece together a few more details about what the collection of games might actually look (and play) like. As well as new achievements and artwork, uncovered ahead of the actual reveal of the Remastered Trilogy, the folks over at GTA Forums have dug up more information about…
As it was rumored, so it shall come to pass. Rockstar have just announced that they are indeed doing remasters of Grand Theft Auto III, GTA: San Andreas, and GTA: Vice City for PC and current consoles. Not just that, but they’re coming this year which, now that it’s October, means quite soon. They’ve rolled out a quick teaser trailer and just a couple details on what’s getting freshened up in the trilogy remasters. Read more
Don’t the sequels effectively remaster the same formula each time already?