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This is probably the most influential Open World Sandbox game. It is a patent for all future GTA games and many others. The game has quite a large map compared to the newer Vice City and has a lot of nice details while feeling alive. There are active gang wars and things going on around you without you even doing anything. The graphics are beautiful for their time and the physics is great. Although i don’t like how easily your car explodes. The story is solid, typical for the franchise it takes a lot of inspiration from crime movies. The atmosphere and setting helps with the slightly darker tone compared to most other GTA entries. Satire is not that prevalent here as it is in later games. There are few radio stations with only a few tracks on each but it is a good selection and memorable. The biggest downside is that the PC version is so bad you have to patch and mod the entire game just to get the full experience. The shooting is very clunky which can be frustrating combined with the rocket-like speed your car goes flying the moment something hits it or you hit a bump. Still, after a lot of patching this game was very fun and enjoyable. This is the first time I’ve got to play it as I was mostly on SA or even VC when I was a kid.
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Phone missions are substoryline and are interesting, but “Kingdom Come” mission… I died here at least 4 times, but to my opinion this game is the most difficult from all GTA Trilogy and I like hard games, so I say: “Yeah!”. Off-Road and RC-vehicle missions aren’t “ass burning”, but physics of cars is weird and car can overturn in every unexpected moment (usually in Paramedic mission). Vehicle missions aren’t difficult (except Paramedic): Taxi Driver just boring, but 1,5 hour of patience and it’ll be passed, Vigilante and Firefighter are easy, because exist 2 bugs (Escape button for Vigilante and F1 (repeat) button for Firefighter), but don’t use them, missions are simple without them. Paramedic mission is the most difficult mission in all GTA III, I failed it 9 times. 5 for overturning, because car is uncontrollable and very easy to “sit on floor” and 4 “booms” from Triads. Import / Export and Collectibles just “eat” your time, but rewards are important, expecially guns from Hidden Packages. Dark cities and dark colors of all game have special charm. It forced me to dive in gloomy atmosphere of this world. Pass GTA III during rain or thunder caused trembling ✨ Buy From Official Steam Website
- OS: Microsoft® Windows® 2000/XP
- Processor: Pentium III® 450 MHz CPU
- Memory: 96 MB RAM
- Graphics: 16 MB Direct 3D Video Card
- DirectX Version: Microsoft DirectX® 8.1
- Hard Drive: 500 MB uncompressed free hard disk space
- Sound Card:Fully DirectX compatible Sound Card
- Processor: 700 MHz CPU
- Memory: 128 MB RAM
- Graphics: 32 MB Direct3D Video Card