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GTA – Grand Theft Auto III – Welcome to Liberty City. Where it all began. With stellar voice acting, a darkly comic storyline, a stunning soundtrack and revolutionary open-world gameplay, Grand Theft Auto III is the game that defined the open world genre for a generation.
Title: Grand Theft Auto III
Developer: Rockstar Games
Publisher: Rockstar Games
Release Date: 21 May, 2002
# GTA III is the open world sandbox game that started it all in the modern era of games. I remember getting home from school and rushing to play the game and vent my frustrations of the day on the people of Liberty City, but as I grew up and played GTA 3 from time to time, I realized how good, innovative, and truly remarkable the game was.
# GTA III might not be as vast or as epic as GTA V, but it captures the reality and craziness that I suspect GTA IV was attempting to offer. The blend of comedy within the serious tones and themes works well, most of which coming across in the now trademark radio stations, but also within Liberty City.
# So visiting the game 10 years later, as an older, wiser, sillier man with the hindsight of GTA IV’s version of Liberty City has been a great experience. There’s actually a really good story within GTA III, something that I never appreciated or cared for back when playing at a friend’s house (all I wanted to do was steal cars and shoot people). The story that is complimented well by some pretty fun missions and voice acting with one voice stealing the show – there aren’t many games out there with Japanese American Accents with a strong double lisp.
GTA III is a blast from the past that’s still well worth checking out, especially if it’s cheap during on the Steam Sales. As long as you realise this game is over 10 years old, and can appreciate the early attempts of a sandbox game I think you’ll enjoy it. If nothing else it’s nice to see the genesis of what we know as modern GTA.
- OS: Microsoft® Windows® 2000/XP
- Processor: Pentium III® 450 MHz CPU
- Memory: 96 MB RAM
- Graphics: 16 MB Direct 3D Video Card
- DirectX Version: Microsoft DirectX® 8.1
- Hard Drive: 500 MB uncompressed free hard disk space
- Sound Card:Fully DirectX compatible Sound Card
- Processor: 700 MHz CPU
- Memory: 128 MB RAM
- Graphics: 32 MB Direct3D Video Card
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