by Emmanuel Lund, Appszoom
This is maybe the game of the Christmas Holidays 2011. Actually the game is older (this release is due to its 10th anniversary), but the Android version has been released at that time. At first sight, we can only ask ourselves: "damn, is it true? Can we play GTA3 in our smartphones?". Well that's true, although it depends on the device you own. Unless you got a high-end device it will run laggy (We've tried it with a Galaxy S I9000 with Gingerbread 2.3.5 and we've noticed lag specially when driving). We guess you will probably need Galaxy S2 or even higher devices. And that's awful.
Beside that, and for those who have never played any title of GTA series: you embody a guy who's trying to make a name by himself on the Gangs of Liberty City. On his climb for street thug to boss, he will have to complete missions that imply extortion, hiding, murder, robbery and many other illegal actions. It will make you the target of both police and other gangster clans, however, that's the only way to climb to the top.
The strongest point of the games is that, apart from getting rolled in missions, you can freely move through the streets of Liberty City, rob cars, work as taxi driver, and to find another ways of making extra money.
The 3D graphics as good as the PC/PS2 version: it's a pity that they're too much for the most of the current Android devices. The music is also great: you can tune in the radio in the cars you take. The game is controlled by a screenpad: joystick on the left side and action buttons on the right side.
GTA 3 is the take of Rockstar Game on Android. We hope they will keep it up with new releases.
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by Emmanuel , Appszoom
Jan 16, 2012
from 76.092 reviews