by David Sanchez on October 30, 2012 @ 12:29 am
Grand Theft Auto V isn’t the only Rockstar Games title that’s in the news these days. While rumors have surfaced regarding the game’s launch window, another Rockstar endeavor is also making its rounds. This time it’s Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, which first launched on the PlayStation 2 back in 2004.
A listing on the ESRB website indicates that the 1990s-themed open world crime game is headed to the PlayStation 3. Other than the listing, though, we don’t really have much info. In other words, while a lot of folks (myself included) would be stoked to see an HD remake of San Andreas, we can’t rule out a straight digital port of the PlayStation 2 version on the PlayStation Network.
Grand Theft Auto: Vice City recently hit its 10-year anniversary, and Rockstar is currently working on mobile versions of that game. Additionally, Grand Theft Auto III was re-released on the PlayStation Network with no Trophies or HD visuals — just some sweet urban mayhem. Whether San Andreas will get that same treatment remains to be seen, but it’s very possible.
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