GTA Mod Installer v5 by cpmusick (Used for automatic installation)
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DexX's Unpixelate Player Skins Fix
DK22's Headlight Corona Fix
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yojo2's HQ GTAIII Radar
GTA 3 is a PC game that will continue to be played by cult gamers across the world for decades to come. As technology has advanced, we have been able to play the game on stunning high definition, widescreen LCD monitors with resolutions which are now itching 2560x1440 pixels.
There is only one problem with that... GTA 3 was a game built to be played on the PlayStation 2 with small CRT televisions. Let's face it, it has not aged that gracefully.
Some have built large scale mods in an attempt to improve overall graphics of the game and give it a fighting chance, but most fail to retain the certain "patina" that Liberty City has developed through time which has grown on us. Though they make Liberty look better, they always tend to make the game feel less familiar.
This mod takes the basic textures that make up GTA 3 and gives them a well needed spit and polish. These are built from the ground up, but are also built to replicate their former blurry counterparts as closely as possible. That way, many old school GTA 3 fans will enjoy a nicer looking game while not feeling far from home. It is not a TOTAL retexture. It only covers the lacking areas around the city that I felt stuck out like a baboons ass.
There is no fancy business or messing about here. This is what we already know and love, with an all natural feeling update!
What has already been done:
- Road/grass/rock/concrete etc. textures
- Billboards and posters
- Weapon icons
- Game menu
- Splash screens
- Main loading screen
> Download and SAVE the mod zip file.
> Download and run GTA Mod Installer v5 by cpmusick.
> Click "Continue" on the main screen.
> Select "Install a mod (with a script file) to GTA3 or Vice City" and click Next.
> Select "I want to select the ZIP or RAR file that has the mod's files" and click Next.
> Find "GTA3_Natural_HD_Textures.zip" and click Next.
> Let the installer do its thing, and if all goes well the mod should be installed.
Texture comparisons (Original vs. Remake)
Edited by dingleman, 14 May 2013 - 06:42 AM.