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Grand Theft Auto

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Grand Theft Auto review

Reviewed March 07, 2004

tomclark says: "Nintendo have gained a bit of a reputation over the years. Much as their fans try to deny it, the big 'N' have become known as a fairly 'kiddy' company. So it really is quite a surprise, then, to see Grand Theft Auto, arguably one of the more adult games out there, appear not only on a Nintendo machine, but on the Game Boy Color, a machine even more associated with the youngsters out there than it's N64 and Gamecube cousins. Just what in the name of Brooklyn Beckham were you thinking, Ninty? "
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