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Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas

Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas (PS2) game cover art
Platform: PlayStation 2
Genre: Action
Developer: Rockstar Games

Publisher
Region
Released
NA
10/26/2004
EU
10/29/2004
JP
01/25/2007
AU
10/29/2004

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Staff Reviews

Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas review

Reviewed September 14, 2007

Rob Hamilton says: "Simply put, this game is HUGE — so large that a representation of one of America’s largest cities only takes up one corner of its world. Also in the game are San Fierro (San Francisco), Las Venturas (Las Vegas) and miles upon miles of the surrounding countryside, which is loaded with farms, villages, mountains and even a top-secret military base. And very little space is wasted. During the course of play, Carl will find himself doing either mandatory or optional missions that force him to cover virtually every square inch of this vast realm."
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Reader Reviews

Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas review

Reviewed September 08, 2007

bigcj34 says: "A Grand Theft Auto game is self-explanatory really, a large (or in this case, massive) free-roaming world, run around killing pedestrians and gangster’s whilst slaloming with the police while completing missions, and stirring up massive controversy in the media at the same time. The original GTA game was released in 1997 and appeared most notably on PC and PSone, in which you played in a birds-eye perspective. 2001’s GTA3 was the first GTA on PlayStation 2 and gave us some real 3D action which c..."
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Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas review

Reviewed May 04, 2005

heroofthewinds says: " How many of you out there enjoy a good kill’n? I know I do. In my spare time, I like to run people over, steal fighters from military bases to wreak havoc, and go hooker beat’n. Of course, if I really did this stuff I’d probably be strapped to a table getting a tube put in my arm. But, thankfully, that’s where Grand Theft Auto San Andreas comes in. Now you can enjoy all the fun of being a homicidal maniac without worrying about the long dirt nap. "
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Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas review

Reviewed February 11, 2005

primalmayswindu says: "2 years later, here we are again. "
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Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas review

Reviewed July 22, 2005

True says: "Grand Theft Auto has perhaps the biggest cult following of any video game. Ever since part three, GTA has scorched its way across the gaming world as one of the most sought after and anticipated franchises ever. The game is so popular that copycats and mirrored images are being produced faster than a plague, but with its latest installment—San Andreas—Rockstar once again proves in this sick world of free-roaming death and mayhem they are still king. "
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