Grand Theft Auto The Trilogy  The Definitive Edition Review A Disappointing Remaster of Three Genre-Defining Classics

Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition Review: A Disappointing Remaster of Three Genre-Defining Classics

Richard Walker

Twenty years ago, firing up Grand Theft Auto III for the first time was a revelation. Here was a fully explorable, large-scale (for the time), 3-dimensional open world, brimming with potential for causing chaos and enjoying a life of rampant crime. In 2001, its impact was huge.

GTA: Vice City and San Andreas went on to expand the size and scope, while fully embracing cinematic storytelling, above and beyond anything else around back then. Imitators came and went, but few could match Rockstar's expansive opuses for scale and ambition. So, two decades on, being given the chance to do it all over again is surely too good to pass up. Isn't it?

Read our Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition review to find out.

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