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Grand Theft Auto Double Pack Review
11 March 2010
Conclusion: If I had a nickel for every time I heard, “good things come to those who wait” I wouldn’t be working for a living, but in the case of Grand Theft Auto Double Pack it couldn’t be more true. While both games are essentially the same as what the PS2 has had for quite a while, the upgrades to both the visuals and audio plus the all-in-one price of $49.99 make the GTA Double Pack one of the best values in videogame history.
Excerpt: : This free-roaming crime game combines the play of a driving game, a 3D adventure, and war game all into one neat bundle. Set in gritty Liberty City in the late 1990s, players assume the role of an unnamed thug who is doublecrossed by his female partner in crime at the game's outset.
Excerpt: Xbox gamers have waited long enough, and now it's finally here! The games that basically made the Ps2 what it is today. Rockstar brings both GTA3 and GTA: Vice City to the Xbox in a Double Pack that should've been on the Xbox first.
Excerpt: Grand Theft Auto Double Pack review Game Over Online - http://www.game-over.com A superficial look at the re-release of Grand Theft Auto III, and its sequel, Vice City, would lead us to think Rockstar is trying to cash in on an already successful franchise. Critics tend not to like these re-releases that come months later. It makes us play the game again and even the most objective critic will have already seen or heard it all.
Conclusion: plough through pedestrians with your ‘jacked ride and shoot indiscriminately at cars and passers-by, but that’s never where the action is concentrated. As part of the mafia, it’s your job to get in, get out, and get away without drawing a lot of attention to yourself. Performing “obvious” criminal acts, like beating up innocent people, will get the police, FBI and, ultimately, the Army hot on your tail. Each mission you take on has a goal.
Excerpt: October 22, 2001, was the day that Rockstar Games fired off the shot heard round the video-game world. It was the day that Grand Theft Auto III was released in North America. The freestyle crime-themed game absolutely exploded onto the scene, and the game industry simply hasn't been the same since.
Conclusion: Grand Theft Auto 3 is a modern masterpiece of a game, and like all great works of art, has only gotten better with age. Vice City builds on the brilliant formula and creates a whole new gaming experience while retaining the familiarity of the original. Either one of these games is worth the admission on its own, so to get these two games for the price of one just goes to show that patience IS a virtue. Do yourself a favour, drive (safely!
Pros: it's a massive, sociopathic sandbox!, amazing voice acting and stellar soundtrack, custom soundtrack option included, two huge, open ended games
Cons: some annoying pop-ups, some graphical glitches, camera is a bit iffy at times, mission difficulty fluctuates greatly