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30 Jul, 2004

Grand Theft Auto San Andreas: new screenshots emerge

PALGN News | Nine new screens for your enjoyment. Word!
Yo! (ahem) Rockstar have today released nine - count 'em - new screenshots of their forthcoming Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas. The latest batch of shots, whilst notable for the distinct lack of cars, hijacking of cars, crashing of cars and flipping of cars, does feature a lot of...uhm, fast food. Things are looking good though: the character models are certainly a tad more detailed than those featured in Grand Theft Auto: Vice City, and the city itself is looking suitably gangsta-esque.

Rockstar have also reiterated that the game is still on course to meet it's 22nd October release date in Europe, and should also make the 1st December date set for it in Australia and New Zealand. Anyway, get clicking.

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Publisher:
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Developer:
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