by David Sanchez on June 24, 2012 @ 2:33 pm
ESRB ratings for Grand Theft Auto III and Grand Theft Auto: Vice City have appeared on the ESRB’s website, reports iGo Gaming. This possibly indicates that the two iconic open world crime games will be landing on digital platforms. Had San Andreas been listed, it’s possible that we could have speculated on an HD collection, but since that’s not the case, the downloadable remakes definitely seem more likely.
Both Grand Theft Auto III and Vice City are rated M for Mature, which should come as no surprise to anyone, because really, why would it? What is worth noting is the fact that both titles are only listed for the PlayStation 3. That said, the games will probably land on Xbox Live Arcade, as well.
Last October, Rockstar Games celebrated the 10-year anniversary of Grand Theft Auto III. With that in mind, it should also be mentioned that this coming October will mark the 10-year anniversary for Vice City, a game that delivered more of what we loved from its predecessor in a brand new setting. I think we can expect both of these classics to resurface sometime before the end of 2012.
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