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  • Grand Theft Auto Trilogy is Once Again Playable on PC

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    Grand Theft Auto Trilogy is Once Again Playable on PC

    Though it's still a buggy mess.

    Last week, Rockstar games pulled Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy - The Definitive Edition from PC. The games were first made inaccessible from purchase and play on the Rockstar Games Launcher after Rockstar took the servers down for "maintenance" on November 11. The severs continued to be down through November 12, which left those that purchased the game on PC unable to play the games they paid for.

    It wasn't until later in the day...
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  • Full Track List for Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy - The Definitive Edition

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    Full Track List for Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy - The Definitive Edition

    29 stations and over 200 tracks across 3 games.

    Rockstar Games has released the full track listing for Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy - The Definitive Edition. This list includes the tracks listings for all three titles included in the release. There are over 200 different tracks spread out across 29 radio stations.

    Rockstar says that this listing should match the 2014 re-releases of these games. This means that there are tracks that are missing that were present in the...
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  • Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy - The Definitive Edition PC System Requirements

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    Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy - The Definitive Edition PC System Requirements

    The games should still run on computers slightly better than a potato.

    Rockstar Games revealed the PC system requirements for Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy - The Definitive Edition. This comes mere days after the studio showed off the first actual look at these trio of titles that will be hitting consoles and the Rockstar Games Launcher beginning November 11.

    Though remastered, these games still have their basis in the PlayStation 2 era. Thus the requirements for even...
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  • Rockstar Games Shows Off Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy - The Definitive Edition

    Get your first actual look at the games with enhanced visuals.

    On October 8, Rockstar Games announced one of the worst kept secrets around. The studio has been working on Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy - The Definitive Edition, a compilation of Grand Theft Auto 3, Grand Theft Auto: Vice City, and Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas. These three titles have been remastered with some enhanced visuals and various gameplay enhancements.

    Today, Rockstar Games finally showed off some...
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  • Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy - The Definitive Edition Officially Announced

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    Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy - The Definitive Edition Officially Announced

    You get another chance to follow the train.

    Rockstar Games has finally come out and officially announced Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy - The Definitive Edition. This comes after multiple leaks strongly suggested that Rockstar was working on remasters of Grand Theft Auto III, Grand Theft Auto: Vice City, and Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas. The latest leak happened just three days ago on October 5, when it was discovered that Rockstar's own launcher contained hidden code mentioning all...
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  • Rockstar Launcher Update Contains Hidden Code for GTA Remastered Trilogy

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    Rockstar Launcher Update Contains Hidden Code for GTA Remastered Trilogy

    Still not announced yet, but it might as well be.

    In August 2021, rumors about a Grand Theft Auto Trilogy Remaster really started to gain momentum. That particular rumor was fueled by a report from Kotaku that said Rockstar Games is working on remastering Grand Theft Auto III, Grand Theft Auto: Vice City, and Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas.

    Today, more fuel was added to the fire when Rockstar released a new update for their Rockstar Games Launcher. Twitter user, @videotech_,...
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  • Take-Two Files Lawsuit Against Team that Reversed Engineered GTA 3 and Vice City

    Take-Two is suing a group that reverse engineered the source code for Grand Theft Auto 3 and Vice City.

    Take-Two has filed a lawsuit in California that is targeting 14 developers from all over the world that have been working together on what is known as the re3 project. This project has reverse engineered the source code for Grand Theft Auto 3 and Grand Theft Auto: Vice City. The project also made some improvements to the original games including bug fixes, a better camera, better...
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  • GTA Remastered Trilogy Reportedly in Development at Rockstar

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    GTA Remastered Trilogy Reportedly in Development at Rockstar

    Will be coming to consoles and PC.

    For some months now, rumors were swirling around that Rockstar Games was working on remasters for Grand Theft Auto III, Grand Theft Auto: Vice City, and Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas. The rumors really began heating up when Rockstar parent company, Take-Two, suddenly began to issue takedown notices for multiple Grand Theft Auto mods. The prevailing thought was that they knew something was being worked on that could jeopardize sales of some sort of...
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  • Modders Pull Grand Theft Auto Mod 14-years in the Making Over Takedown Fears

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    Modders Pull Grand Theft Auto Mod 14-years in the Making Over Takedown Fears

    Say goodbye to GTA United.

    Take-Two has been on a rampage lately with takedown notices for multiple Grand Theft Auto mods. The company has issued takedowns on mods that have existed for over a decade for games like Grand Theft Auto 3, Vice City, and San Andreas. The company really hasn't said why they've suddenly taken issue with these mods after so long.

    Out of a fear of receiving a takedown notice on their own mod, the creators of the 14-year-old San Andreas mod, GTA...
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  • Lazlow Jones Departs Rockstar Games

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    Lazlow Jones Departs Rockstar Games

    Lazlow was a writer, producer, and DJ for Rockstar's various games.

    You may know him best for his work as a radio DJ for various Grand Theft Auto radio stations, but Lazlow Jones was far more than that. Lazlow served as a writer and producer for Rockstar Games for nearly 20 years. The departure was spotted by YouTuber GTAMen. They noted that the LinkedIn profile for Lazlow Jones was updated to show the departure from Rockstar.

    Jones had reportedly left Rockstar back in...
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  • Grand Theft Auto IV Returning to Steam Sans Multiplayer and Some Music

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    Grand Theft Auto IV Returning to Steam Sans Multiplayer and Some Music

    The Complete Edition is anything but.

    Around the middle of January 2020, it was noticed that Grand Theft Auto IV was pulled from being sold on Steam. Nobody knew why and nobody from Rockstar was saying much. Naturally this caused a whole lot of speculation to fly around from anybody and everybody with an opinion.

    People had assumed that maybe it was going to become a Rockstar Games Launcher exclusive. Or it would be an Epic Games Store exclusive. Or maybe it would just...
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  • PlayStation 2 Comes to PlayStation 4 Tomorrow

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    PlayStation 2 Comes to PlayStation 4 Tomorrow

    Tomorrow, December 5, Sony will begin to roll out their PlayStation 2 game support for the PlayStation 4. Sadly, this doesn't mean that you can pop in your old PS2 discs and expect them to be backwards compatible on the PS4. Instead, you will have to re-buy those old classics you hold near and dear to your heart. The initial lineup of games available is also quite small.
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  • PlayStation 2 Comes to PlayStation 4 Tomorrow

    Tomorrow, December 5, Sony will begin to roll out their PlayStation 2 game support for the PlayStation 4. Sadly, this doesn't mean that you can...
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  • Vice City Imported to Grand Theft Auto V

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    Vice City Imported to Grand Theft Auto V

    There is an ongoing project for Grand Theft Auto V that looks to create a bunch of nifty tools and custom content for online communities to use. These tools and assets will eventually lead to custom multiplayer servers with custom game modes and all kinds of custom goodies. That's the super simplified version of what FiveM is all about. From the looks of things, one of those custom projects is importing old GTA worlds into the Grand Theft Auto V engine. I've already seen bits and pieces of t...
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  • Vice City Imported to Grand Theft Auto V

    There is an ongoing project for Grand Theft Auto V that looks to create a bunch of nifty tools and custom content for online communities to use. These...
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