Tuesday, September 28

Grand Theft Auto III

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How much did GTA III change with the attack on the Twin Towers? | Digital Trends Spanish

Who played Grand Theft Auto III During its release in 2001, you will remember the impact of such a title: for the first time, a video game city looked very similar to its real counterpart. Not in terms of the near-perfect recreation of the city from which it was inspired, but in the feeling from the city. In the noises of pedestrians, traffic, lights in the distance and the scale of a digital city. Grand Theft Auto III It was released in October 2001, just over a month after the attack on the Twin Towers of September 11 in New York. And precisely New York was the basis for the creation of Liberty City, the city in which the game was set. Rockstar Games, the creators of the saga Grand Theft Auto, They have their offices a few blocks from the World Trade Center and were close spectator...
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The Grand Theft Auto of PS2 could return remastered | Digital Trends Spanish

While the next Grand Theft Auto 6 is years away, it seems that Rockstar Games plans to revive some of its classics Grand Theft Auto in form of remakes and for this same year: according to a report from Kotaku, Grand Theft Auto III, Grand Theft Auto Vice City Y Grand Theft Auto San Andreas They will arrive this year in a remastered format. According to internal sources and close to the projects, these three games will be implemented on the Unreal Engine 5 engine and will visually receive some visual refreshments, but keeping some elements of the titles that were first seen on PlayStation 2. For now, there are not many details that are handled, but the sources reveal that there will be some changes in the graphical interface of the games and that the idea is that its playability remains a...