Yet another blow for Rockstar Games, and more specifically for GTA Trilogy Remastered Definitive Edition! After a rather catastrophic launch almost a year ago now, the latest update hasn't helped. The players are angry!
Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition
Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition brings together three classics originally released in the PS2 era and marking the series' transition to 3D — GTA: 3, GTA: Vice City, and GTA: San Andreas — updated and upgraded in Unreal Engine 4 for PS4/5, Xbox One/Series X|S, Nintendo Switch, and PC. You'll find plenty of guides in our portal for all three GTA games, including for secrets, collectibles, vehicles and weapons.
The GTA Trilogy compilation continues to get gamers talking, and it's less and less brilliant. So much so that the game is getting the worst user score ever on Metacritic, just that.
Obtaining 100% completion in GTA: Vice City is going to involve scouring every corner of the game for the best of everything. Here are our guides to help, from weapons and vehicles to collectibles and more.
If there's one game where cheating is encouraged, it's Grand Theft Auto. For those heading back to Vice City, here are all the cheat codes you'll ever need, on all platforms.
If you're aiming for 100% completion in GTA: San Andreas following the release of the Trilogy Definitive Edition, you're going to need help. Check out our guides to collectibles, weapons, vehicles, and more.
This guide helps you discover all 100 Hidden Packagaes in GTA: Vice City, necessary for 100% completion of the game. They'll also reward you with $10,000 in total, and access to a host of weapons.
A classic feature of the Grand Theft Auto series, Rampages make their return in GTA: Vice City. There are 35 to complete, so we've put together this guide on where to find them.
The police are a constant burden in the Grand Theft Auto series, natural when you're living a life of crime. You'll even have to content with the FBI or military, so you'll need to be ready to escape. This guide helps you get away cleanly in GTA: San Andreas.
Another type of collectible in GTA: San Andreas, there are 100 Gang Tags dotted across the game. These graffiti tags must be sprayed over, so we've put together a guide to help you find them all.
There are 50 Oysters to be collected in GTA: San Andreas, and are found underwater. There are some nice bonuses to finding all of these collectibles, so we've put together a guide that covers them all.
GTA Trilogy Review: Rockstar misses the mark
Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy - Definitive Edition, a compilation of remastered versions of GTA 3, GTA: Vice City and GTA: San Andreas, fails spectacularly to capture both new crowds and old.