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GTA: Episodes from Liberty City coming to PS3 & PC in March!

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6y, 10m agoPosted 6 years, 10 months ago
Personally I am excited about this, I really enjoyed GTAIV and not having an egg-box meant I was missing out on all the extra DLC fun!

http://uk.ps3.ign.com/articles/106/1065007p1.html
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6y, 10m agoPosted 6 years, 10 months ago
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suspended#1
Good news but very long in the waiting.
It should have stayed a Playstation exclusive.
#2
winifer
Big mistake by Sony loosing the exclusivity of GTA games. Good for me however :)


Huh :thinking:
banned#3
thesaint
Huh :thinking:


+1
#4
Good news for all...the lost and the damned is a cracking game,not really got into balled of homosexual Anthony...

But the even better news they both come with there own multiplayer
#5
siwrath
Good news for all...the lost and the damned is a cracking game,not really got into balled of homosexual Anthony...

But the even better news they both come with there own multiplayer


Ballad of gay tony is the best out of all 3 :thumbsup:
#6
Met-Cast;7698671
Ballad of gay tony is the best out of all 3 :thumbsup:

+1 lost and the what? :p
#7
meh, the last gta was so crap i sold me ps3 anyway lol
suspended#8
chelskii
Never was a PlayStation exclusive, this game was for PC and Amiga long before it went to the Playstation, Xbox and Dreamcast.

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Defiantly worth getting especially for the Ballard of gay tony..


Yeah i know (Have all the GTA's from the start)
But i meant a console exclusive. (Starting from GTA 3)
banned#9
chelskii
Never was a PlayStation exclusive, this game was for PC and Amiga long before it went to the Playstation, Xbox and Dreamcast.

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Defiantly worth getting especially for the Ballard of gay tony..


Wrong, do your homework, the first GTA was PS1/PC with a stripped down version later for GBA.
PS1 and PC versions the same year.
GTA 2 was PS1/PC/Dreamcast/GBA
GTA 3 was the first proper multiformat.:whistling:
suspended#10
sennasnit
Wrong, do your homework, the first GTA was PS1/PC with a stripped down version later for GBA.
PS1 and PC versions the same year.
GTA 2 was PS1/PC/Dreamcast/GBA
GTA 3 was the first proper multiformat.:whistling:


Don't forget GTA London :thumbsup:
#11
sennasnit
Wrong, do your homework, the first GTA was PS1/PC with a stripped down version later for GBA.
PS1 and PC versions the same year.
GTA 2 was PS1/PC/Dreamcast/GBA
GTA 3 was the first proper multiformat.:whistling:


Don't know why your butting in as Darknight already replied he meant the console version, but he didn't say that in the original post. -

Oh not that it matters but you are wrong anyway-

"The M-rated/18-certificate gameplay of GTA IV is the pinnacle of an eleven-entry series that [SIZE="4"]began life in 1996 on the Commodore Amiga[/SIZE],As the Amiga grew old and technologically infirm, GTA’s creator, DMA Design, switched the development of the original game to the PC. Grand Theft Auto eventually hit the PSone in 1998


"The complete history of Grand Theft Auto
Think you know your GTA? From the original 2D game to the explosive GTA IV, this is the complete history lesson! "

http://www.gamesradar.com/f/the-complete-history-of-grand-theft-auto/a-2008042314506193050


Maybe it should of stayed an Amiga exclusive.
banned#12
chelskii
Don't know why your butting in as Darknight already replied he meant the console version, but he didn't say that in the original post. -

Oh not that it matters but you are wrong anyway-

"The M-rated/18-certificate gameplay of GTA IV is the pinnacle of an eleven-entry series that [SIZE="4"]began life in 1996 on the Commodore Amiga[/SIZE],As the Amiga grew old and technologically infirm, GTA’s creator, DMA Design, switched the development of the original game to the PC. Grand Theft Auto eventually hit the PSone in 1998


"The complete history of Grand Theft Auto
Think you know your GTA? From the original 2D game to the explosive GTA IV, this is the complete history lesson! "

http://www.gamesradar.com/f/the-complete-history-of-grand-theft-auto/a-2008042314506193050


Maybe it should of stayed an Amiga exclusive.


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Grand_Theft_Auto_%28series%29
The point i was making was that it was never actually released on the Amiga, because Sony bought Psygnosis aka Studio Liverpool, thus removing DMA's distributer.
PC and PS1 Same year!
and like you say it was playstation exclusive, PC doesn't count.

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