After five years on the east coast, Carl Johnson returns to the city of Los Santos, San Andreas to find numerous fellow gang-members dead and enemy gangs having dominance of the city. Carl must take over the city and get his old gang back on top before the city destroys itself.
26 October 2004 (USA)
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Also Known As:
Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas
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Aspect Ratio: 1.78 : 1
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Did You Know?
Various billboards around Los Santos are advertising "True Grime: Street Cleanup". This is a mockery of the makers of True Crime: Streets of LA
(2003), who made fun of Rockstar games with signs advertising a company known as "jockstrap". See more
During "Reuniting the Families", the biker cop that gets chopped up by the helicopter blades has a completely different model when his various body parts are scattered around. See more
After five years on the East Coast, it was time to go home
[a previous phone call is heard
Carl, it's Sweet.
Whassup, Sweet, what you want?
It's Moms... She's dead, bro.
The re-released versions on Xbox 360, PS3, iOS and Android have the following changes:
- Enhanced shadows and several textures.
- Different controls from their original counterparts.
- The money counter removes all zeroes before the money you currently have.
- Mission checkpoints.
- Clothing shops and barbers have a preview of the item/haircut.
- A different driving camera.
- The restaurants let you pick food from a list instead of cycling left and right through the options.
- Raising and lowering the forklift is done by pressing a button.
- "Critical Beatdown", "Runnin' Down A Dream", "Woman To Woman", "You Dropped A Bomb On Me", "Yum Yum", "Running Away", "I Don't Give A Fuck", "Express Yourself" - both versions, "Killing In The Name", "Hellraiser", "Ring My Bell", "Don't Let It Go To Your Head", "Rock Creek Park", "The Grunt", "Soul Power '74", "The Payback" and "Funky President (People It's Bad)" were all removed from the radio stations.
- Autosaving after missions was added.
- The hydraulics minigame was redesigned.
The Morning After
Written by Lenny Dee
& Tommy Musto
Available on San Fierro Underground Radio See more