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Wednesday, October 8th, 2003  

Grand Theft Auto 3 Screenshots  |  Published: 05-21-2002

Finally! On PC!

With the recent announcement of Grand Theft Auto 3's shipping nationwide, PC Paradox has posted some of the latest shots from the PC port of this incredibly popular game. Rockstar Games expects them to be entirely released on May 30th for approximately $49.99.

Featuring a fully three-dimensional, living city, a combination of narrative driven and non-linear gameplay and a completely open environment, "Grand Theft Auto 3" represents a revolutionary leap forward in interactive entertainment. Players are put at the heart of their very own gangster movie and let loose in a city in which anything can happen...and probably will...

Additional Features of the PC Version of "Grand Theft Auto 3" include:

  • Customizable Skin. Players can change the skin of the main player. Will you play as Tony Soprano? As your girlfriend? Now it's up to you.
  • Create Your Own Radio Station. The radio stations in Grand Theft Auto 3 are world-renowned for their quality and sense of humor. Now you can add to the mix with your own MP3's.
  • Replay Saves. Want to see that jump again? Now you can enjoy it over and over with the brand new replay save feature.
  • PC Control Layout. Now that the game is on the PC platform, a new mouse and keyboard control scheme allows targeting-free gameplay. Or attach a PC gamepad and play classic "Grand Theft Auto 3."


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    Kevin 'Exodus' Weinberg

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