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Grand Theft Auto: London, 1969 (1999)

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Expansion pack for Grand Theft Auto (1997), adding new missions and vehicles.

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Greg Bick

Writer:

Dan Houser (screenplay by)
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Cast overview:
John Berger ... Albert Crisp (voice)
Olivia Silverwood-Cope Olivia Silverwood-Cope ... (voice)
Noodle Noodle ... (voice)
Tendulkar Oillpani Tendulkar Oillpani ... (voice)
Emily Wyness Emily Wyness ... (voice)
Neil Bennun Neil Bennun ... (voice)
Hevin The Dred BH'Adam Hevin The Dred BH'Adam ... (voice) (as Hevin 'the dred BH'Adam)
Charley Tucker Charley Tucker ... (voice) (as Charlie)
Lucien Jones Lucien Jones ... (voice)
Adam Rabin Adam Rabin ... (voice)
Thomas Lee Brown Thomas Lee Brown ... (voice)
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Expansion pack for Grand Theft Auto (1997), adding new missions and vehicles.

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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

31 March 1999 (USA) See more »

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Great expansion for its time
27 January 2004 | by mamo_chanSee all my reviews

Until "Grand Theft Auto 3" came around, this was the state in which the games were played: top down with the accelerate and brake/reverse buttons rigged for walking forwards and backwards. To say the least this control scheme was a bit awkward and the fact that the camera would pull back the faster you traveled in a vehicle helped a bit, but became annoying as it occasionally made it difficult to control if you wanted to get somewhere quickly (most people pulse the accelerator in a particularly speedy car).

Anyway, GTA was a good game in its time and this was no less an amusing expansion pack as it attempts to give the flavor of late '60s London with vehicles and music based on the variety found in that era. While not revolutionary it an expansion pack and they're usually not expected to be revolutionary. It's not nearly as pretty as many games, even those of the original PSX (not to be confused with the up-coming, pumped-up, home entertainment center version of the PS2 by the same name) era as it was mainly sprite based with some 3D for the buildings. However, the fact that you get a whole city (albeit low-res) to play around in with no loading screens is a big plus.

So, thus this game is/was fun, but can be real hard for those used to "Grand Theft Auto 3" or "Grand Theft Auto: Vice City" to play. Though one can't say it was bad based on the new GTA as it's like saying "'Mario Brothers' is bad compared to 'Mario Sunshine' because of doesn't look good or offer enough." So if you've still got an original PSX or a PSOne or even a PS2 and have a couple of dollars to spend at a used game store, this game is still fairly fun (7.3/10).


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