Posted on Monday, January 23rd, 2012 at 6:00 PM by Guest
After the recent popularity of the release of Grand Theft Auto III on Android and iOS devices, Playstation Network has decided to use this time as a perfect opportunity to make Grand Theft Auto III and Vice City available to download for Playstation users.
The two games have just finished being rated by ESRB for digital release however, the news that PSN have decided to take such classic games which, I’m sure everyone has a place in their heart for, and put them for release through their online store isn’t exactly shocking.
For those that are lucky enough to own a first generation Playstation 3 and own the PS2 discs for the two games, you won’t really be excited by this news although for everyone else, it’s a time to delve back into the glory that is Liberty City and Vice City all over again – let the pedestrian killing and driving about planting car bombs everywhere begin!
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