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Grand Theft Auto: The Definitive Trilogy Reveal Trailer

Rocco Schiavone

I am terrified of Microsoft and am always concerned about them.
Sep 5, 2020
They don't even care to show gameplay outside of a short minute teaser. They think it will sell regardless and don't see the need to advertise soundtrack.

I pray the soundtrack won't be gutted, but hopes aren't high.
Before Vice City was released on PS2 they released a complete Tracklist. It was in the german Playstation magazine Playzone.

This time they don't give a fuck or hide information for obvious reasons.


NeoGAFs Kent Brockman
Dec 1, 2014

Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy - The Definitive Edition is releasing in a few days, and it's not at all surprising that so many people are as excited about it as they are. Even though on paper it's just a collection of remasters of three games that are nearly two decades old, there's something special about this specific set of three games and the specific set of circumstances they're releasing in that lends an unusual weight to this upcoming launch. It is a launch that may very well be one of the biggest releases of the year.

Given all the major games that have come out in 2021 and all the rest that are still going to release before the year is out, for any other remastered collection a statement like that might seem like hyperbole, but the GTA trilogy has just so much going for it. There are several factors that have contributed significantly to all the hype and anticipation surrounding its release, and the biggest and most obvious of the lot is the fact that the three games it's bringing back – Grand Theft Auto 3, Grand Theft Auto: Vice City, and Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas – are among the greatest games of all time.
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