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System Requirements are Much Greater than Vice City

  • Sep 11, 2005
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I won't repeat what other have said: Yes, the game is great; However, the requirements of the system are HIGH if you want to enjoy the game the way its meant to be played. I played and saw some pedestrians with missing limbs and heads until I toned down the settings of the game. Before playing the game at full speed, go to VIDEO settings and test the game until you are satisfied with the performance.

I hope this helps some of the gamers out there.

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It may not be a splashy leap forward, but Rockstar Games'Grand Theft Auto: San Andreasin its own deep, dark way does just as much to move and revolutionize video games as its two predecessors,Grand Theft Auto IIIandGrand Theft Auto: Vice City. As in previous installments, here you play as a thug with problems you must steal and shoot your way out of, but the problems this time are disconcertingly more realistic. You play as Carl Johnson, known on the street as CJ, a likeable criminal type who has just returned to his hometown, Los Santos (a fictionalized Los Angeles), to find that his mother has been murdered and that the police have framed him for another murder. Reunions with his friends and a troubled relationship with his brother set off a sprawling, complex plot line, taking place at first in the immediate Los Santos area but eventually spilling into San Fierro (based on San Francisco) and Las Venturas (Las Vegas).

CJ You play as Carl Johnson, known on the street as CJ.
This is an honest effort to create an engaging story about sympathetic characters caught up in a brutal environment that is on par with a movie or novel.
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Where Vice City took its cues, with tongue firmly in cheek, from the 1980s television series Miami Vice, San Andreas is a sincere homage to early 1990s innercity gangster films like Menace 2 Society and Boyz ‘N the Hood. This is an honest effort to create an engaging story about sympathetic characters caught up in a brutal ...

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Publisher: Rockstar Games
Developer: Rockstar
Console: PS2, Xbox
Genre: Action
Release Date: October 26, 2004
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