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John Berger ...
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Olivia Silverwood-Cope ...
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Noodle ...
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Tendulkar Oillpani ...
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Emily Wyness ...
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Neil Bennun ...
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Charley Tucker ...
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Lucien Jones ...
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Adam Rabin ...
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Thomas Lee Brown ...
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An add-on pack for this game, Grand Theft Auto: London 1961, was released a month afterwards. It used the same map but featured 8 new missions and 19 new vehicles (which replace some of the vehicles from the first game) and also a multiplayer deathmatch area loosely based on the city of Manchester. This game was only available for the PC as downloadable freeware. See more »

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Followed by Grand Theft Auto IV: The Ballad of Gay Tony (2009) See more »

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Good expansion!
9 August 2005 | by (Sweden) – See all my reviews

I am a London-fan, British gangster-movies are best, so I think GTA:London is a very cool game, set in the late sixties. I really hope the next GTA-game in 3d will be a 2nd London, it would beat the crap out of the two "The Getaway"-games. With Rockstars sick humor and the actors they often use it would be every "Snatch"-fans dream. The original GTA:London have fun missions and a very weak story about a young hooligan who works his way up in the underworld of London. Cool characters like "The Twins" makes the "story" more enjoyable and the cars are cool too! The 60s rules!! The mission when you "fix" Big Ben's clock so the tourist-bus comes earlier is the most funny mission in the game, and there are some cool Bond-parody's too, with a side-story of a mad Australian who wants control over the world. Extremely Funny.


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