Rockstar has issued an upgrade for Grand Theft Auto 3 that fixes and changes a lot of things. Today’s big update finally brings support for the ASUS Transformer Prime, has support for Immersion Haptic Vibration Feedback, new video display settings to customize the graphical elements of the game, improved controls for those playing with game pads (including the one found on the Sony Xperia Play), support for GameStop’s Wireless Game Controller, the game can now be installed to your microSD card and more.
All of these changes will help make Liberty City even more immersive and make it a lot easier to traverse. If you haven’t already given the game a shot yet you might want to head to the Google Play Store as Rockstar is only asking you to pay $1 for this age-old classic. Why not take the first big 3D sandbox game on the go to cause havoc without being tethered to a console? Sure, the visuals are dated by today’s standards but high resolution graphics and better particle effects have helped it age very well.
The game was originally rated M for Mature, of course, so if you’re sensitive to violence and aggressive tones, or your child wants to download the game, keep that in mind. Otherwise, you owe it to yourself to play the game that started this sandbox craze and changed the face of GTA for good. You can find it in the Google Play Store.
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