Imagine two monstrous licenses, mix them together and you will necessarily get a little nugget. This is what happened with the very famous GTA San Andreas and the most recent Marvel's Spider-Man Resmastered which benefited from a brand new mod. We take stock with you.
GTA: San Andreas
Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas was originally released in 2004 for PlayStation 2 and took the series to even greater heights. Featuring three fully-realised cities in the San Andreas region — Los Santos, San Fierro, and Las Venturas — it dropped players in the midst a colossal Los Angeles-inspired 90s gang war. Now remastered for a new generation, you'll find plenty of guides in our GTA: San Andreas portal, including for secrets, collectibles, vehicles and weapons.
As GTA San Andreas prepares to blow out its 18th candle, here are players discovering a few more gameplay elements on it, and the latest to leave the community speechless. But what is this mysterious action?
Looking to make your adventures in San Andreas a little easier, now the Trilogy Definitive Edition is out? Here are our guides to all the cheat codes for all major 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.
The first impressions of the remastered GTA Trilogy are beginning to emerge, and some players are not impressed. From new bugs to characters who have lost all of their charisma, it looks like there's a patch desperately needed.
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.
From attack helicopters to tanks, planes and jetpacks to monster trucks, there are plenty of special vehicles you can obtain without using cheats in GTA: San Andreas. Here's where to find them.
A vast arsenal awaits you in GTA: San Andreas, and having access to it all will help you wreak havoc, have fun, and complete missions more easily. Here is the full list of weapons, where to find them, and how to use them.