Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas Summary
Probably due to the recent re-release on Xbox 360, GTA: San Andreas has been updated on Steam. That should be good news. The only small problem is that it's removing a bunch of features and creating a whole load of new issues.
that old saves have been overwritten and no longer work, 1080p and HD resolutions have been removed, and 17 songs have been stripped from the game's soundtrack.
Rockstar North president Leslie Benzies has said they've got almost half a century's worth of ideas left for more Grand Theft Auto, and yes, Rockstar have "got some ideas" for GTA VI rattling around.
Right now though it's all hands on deck for GTA Online, "plus we have some other things" like DLC and 'stuff' - "I don't know how to describe it exactly". It's called 'Bully 2' hopefully.
Fancy a blast of nostalgia in the ears? Rockstar Games has gone ahead and "compiled the official set of playlists" for the Grand Theft Auto series, including Chinatown Wars. Some tracks are missing however.
Only music already available via the two services are included in the playlists, but Rockstar hope to "add the original songs" created for the games. Only want to listen to the commercials?
Producer Leslie Benzies of Rockstar Games dreams of a video game world where all their iconic spoof-heavy cities were happily connected to one another in a single Grand Theft Auto title.
It's an ambitious goal to be sure given the breadth of scope Rockstar pour into their GTA universes. In the context of this 'super GTA' - reimagining Vice City "would be very interesting."
Rockstar Games has finally brought perhaps the greatest ever instalment to the Grand Theft Auto series to the digital shores of the PlayStation Network. The PS2 classic will cost you £11.99 / €14.99.
The US PlayStation Network is already enjoying the Los Santos gang life. Rockstar has released an 'introduction' video for San Andreas, reminding us who's who in a 20 minute clip.