Grand theft auto the trilogy PS3 £7.99 @ psn store
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Grand theft auto the trilogy PS3 £7.99 @ psn store

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I have very fond memories of Vice City but I find it virtually unplayable now. San Andreas is still good fun though. Can't go wrong for 7.99 though.
Danze19845 m ago

I have very fond memories of Vice City but I find it virtually unplayable …I have very fond memories of Vice City but I find it virtually unplayable now. San Andreas is still good fun though. Can't go wrong for 7.99 though.


Yeah I don’t think these games have aged well at all.
Does anyone no if San Andreas is the remastered version in this collection?
steeemy1 h, 40 m ago

Does anyone no if San Andreas is the remastered version in this collection?


There isn’t a remastered version. If you mean the android version that was ported over to 360 then no. These are the original PS2 versions with trophy support.
JMJ199015 m ago

There isn’t a remastered version. If you mean the android version that w …There isn’t a remastered version. If you mean the android version that was ported over to 360 then no. These are the original PS2 versions with trophy support.


Do some research. There is a remastered version.
Would love this collection on Xbox, especially Vice City.,
kay199240 m ago

Do some research. There is a remastered version.


The Xbox version of III and VC are better versions aren't they, compared to the PS2 one anyway, quicker load times and enhanced graphics.
Do these games work on PS4?
JMJ19903 h, 24 m ago

There isn’t a remastered version. If you mean the android version that w …There isn’t a remastered version. If you mean the android version that was ported over to 360 then no. These are the original PS2 versions with trophy support.


Only San Andreas has trophy support on the PS3 I believe. Although I’m not sure if this version is included here, some say it is, some say it isn’t.

The PS4 GTA trilogy has full trophy support for all games including Platinum trophies.
Edited by: "adycakes" 24th Dec 2017
kay19923 h, 48 m ago

Do some research. There is a remastered version.


I did - like I said, the 360/PS3 version is essentially a port of the iOS and Android version. Its very subjective to whether it’s a remaster or not.
JMJ19903 m ago

I did - like I said, the 360/PS3 version is essentially a port of the iOS …I did - like I said, the 360/PS3 version is essentially a port of the iOS and Android version. Its very subjective to whether it’s a remaster or not.


It’s a HD remaster on PS3/360.
JMJ199024 m ago

I did - like I said, the 360/PS3 version is essentially a port of the iOS …I did - like I said, the 360/PS3 version is essentially a port of the iOS and Android version. Its very subjective to whether it’s a remaster or not.


I checked the wiki page for San Andreas and its says this "A high definition remastered version received a physical release for both Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 on 30 June 2015 and 1 December 2015"


and you right it is a port from iOS but that was a massive improvement on the original PS2 version.Only reason i was wondering if the remaster was bundled in the trilogy was the fact that they don't sell the PS2 version of SA on its own just the PS3 version.
kay19922 h, 32 m ago

It’s a HD remaster on PS3/360.



Porting PC assets and turning the rendering res to 720p =/= remaster.

It's the same game just with slightly better textures than PS2. Not a remaster.

Halo Anniversary is a remaster, this is turning a few settings up.
This is the better option over the PS4 game if you value proper controls. Since the PS3 versions can use the pressure sensitive X and Square buttons for proper acceleration and braking like the PS2. PS4 buttons are just on/off switches so you have full throttle or nothing.
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