A young bank robber escapes from police custody and works his way up through the mafia ladder of crime-ridden Liberty City, USA.

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Cast

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Salvatore Leone (voice)
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Luigi Goterelli (voice)
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Toni Cipriani (voice)
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Joey Leone (voice)
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Maria (voice) (as Debbi Mazar)
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Donald Love (voice)
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Ray Machowski (voice)
Guru ...
8-Ball (voice)
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Momma (voice)
Lianna Pai ...
Asuka (voice) (as Liana Pai)
Les Mau ...
Kenji (voice)
Cynthia Farrell ...
Catalina (voice)
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Miguel (voice)
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El Burro / Marty Chonks (voice)
Hunter Platin ...
Chico / Curly Bob / One-Armed Phil / Columbians / Leone / Yardie / Liberty Cocks Fan / Chinatown Man / Street Criminal / Gay Construction Worker (voice)
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Storyline

Liberty City, USA. The worst place in America. You've been betrayed and left for dead. Now you're taking revenge, unless the city gets you first. Mob bosses need a favor, crooked copes need help and street gangs want you dead. You'll have to rob, steal and kill just to stay out of serious trouble. Anything can happen out there. Written by Anonymous

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Liberty City... Where The Only Dirty Word Is Hope See more »


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Release Date:

23 October 2001 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

GTA 3  »

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Trivia

In Portland, there's a sign that advertises a movie called Badfellas, and obvious spoof on Goodfellas (1990), in which Frank Vincent (Don Salvatore Leone) was a cast member. A poster of Badfellas also appears in the subway. See more »

Goofs

When you go up to a random car and start shooting at it, notice that there are no cracks in the windshield or bullet holes in the doors or hood. Its as if the entire car were bullet proof including the tires. See more »

Quotes

[just before the player takes control for the first time]
8-Ball: I know a place on the edge of the Red Light District where we can lay low, but my hands are all messed up so you better drive, brother.
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Crazy Credits

Maria Chambers, person who does the voice of DJ Toni on Flashback FM, is listed twice. See more »

Connections

Featured in X-Play: Grand Theft Auto IV Special (2008) See more »

Soundtracks

Spit Game
(uncredited)
Performed by Pretty Ugly and Royce Da 59
Produced by Russell Simmons
[Available on Game Radio FM]
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Frequently Asked Questions

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User Reviews

 
GTA3 is rightfully considered a classic, revolution in PC games.
29 June 2017 | by (New Zealand) – See all my reviews

As someone, who has been actively playing PC/console games since mid 90's, I dare to say I've seen a lot. Times are passing by and trends are changing too with my favorite genres as RTS , adventures being on decline while FPS , visual novels are on the verge of its popularity now.

My apologies to all for the first sentimental paragraph but I felt like I want to mention that due to the fact that GTA3 is more than 15 years old game now. The question is - is Grand Theft Auto 3 the best game (within franchise) made so far? I dare to say "NO", as every single time a new GTA comes out, gaming community is stunned with graphics, options etc.. but I can say that no game is going to be as revolutionary as GTA3 was back in the time.

Having played GTA2 for tens, maybe hundreds of playtime, seeing and hearing news of GTA3 was something unimaginable. EVERYONE was talking about it.. people were reading printed magazines and early reading every preview / news / reviews available and every game picture was like idol, no matter if it was gameplay or not. When we finally got our hands on the game, the feeling was just .. hard to describe. From isometric view of GTA2, Rockstar threw us into open world fully in 3D graphics and that was the main factor of its legacy. It was first (or one of) fully open world game in 3D - no more square boxes watched from the sky, you saw 3D models of people walking on the street, you could steal any car you want and of course - the legendary teenage approach back then was "you can get a hooker, have sex with her and then kill her with a baseball bat to get your money back"!!! I know it might sound lame nowadays but back then, all kids in school were talking about things like this. Some people played arcades, some played strategies, others preferred adventures - but everyone was playing GTA3.

Nowadays, graphics and options might not be appealing anymore but me and all my friends will never forget Asuka whipping her peons, Toni Cipriani and his mother (we never saw), mechanic 8 Ball, Diablos - the lamest gang with the best car, Jamaican gang with their shitty lowriders and Columbians with jungle-like hats and boots in pick up trucks. And of course, at last but not least, Italian gang with their Sentinels always tunes up to classical music. Nothing can beat those memories, ever.


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