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  • Filip454


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Posted 10 April 2014 - 08:16 PM

I do agree. I really can't choose which intro is the 'best', but GTA III definitely has a great one. I love hearing that amazing opening credit music. :inlove:



I mean, me too, but its music makes me crazy and it's old-fashioned, gangsta, classic, etc.



GTA intros are cool in general.


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Posted 17 April 2014 - 05:30 PM

I love the GTA intros! To be honest, I'd say GTA III is my favorite intro. The music is awesome! I recently found it and put it on my iPod. Great tune! Especially when driving through the city.
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Posted 18 April 2014 - 01:33 PM

Haha when I first had the game, save files wouldn't load, and back then I didn't have an internet for the patch. So it was basically causing chaos, having fun with the cheats, flying with the tank to the other islands, or trying to do as many missions in one playthrough.

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Posted 26 April 2014 - 12:40 AM Edited by polaris23, 26 April 2014 - 12:42 AM.

My fondest memory of GTAIII has to be experiencing and exploring all the greatest glitches in the game, such as:


Figuring out how to get inside buildings (in particular, Joe's Garage or anywhere else that featured a unique interior) using a car and a Speed Up Gameplay code.


Looking for a so-called Purple Esperanto.


The mystery of the Seven Lifts


Finding the "You Know You Weren't Supposed To Be Able To Get Here" sign - genius.


Seeing Ray text us via beeper "See you in Miami!" and knowing that VICE CITY was going to be the next game in the series, and seriously being so excited for it.


And the best one, finding out that the game's first cutscene's location is hidden behind Shoreside Vale, dubbed "Ghost Town" - and all the Dodo flight/Tank flying that it took to get to it because it was immensely fascinating. Looking back at it, it's still so great, yet so small (compared to things like SA's hidden Liberty City and now V's North Yankton) but it started all the huge, hard-to-reach places and glitches that I love GTA for now.

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Posted 05 August 2015 - 01:10 AM

I remember the first day playing this as a kid in 2003 at ny cousin house man what a experience that was the. Graphics was so i was hook to this game. It amazes me playing it then came 2013 i bought all of them gta 3. Vice city and san andreas while already having the next gen gta games bruh. Lol my lilttle brother be sneaking on it lol im only 22 right now still got alot of years to have fun and hwy hey college and basketball haha the thing is with me is once i play gta 3 i couldnt put the controller down. It was dam amazing especially when u have that awsome cousin who brings dominos pizza bruh lol that was the life. Lol i still has all of them for ps2 and ipad2. Can u beleive it. Its amazing these games are still good haha

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Posted 10 August 2015 - 09:31 AM

GTA3 is forever. :p

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Posted 10 August 2015 - 06:16 PM

Soo at the time of 2003. I had true cime la as a kid bruh my cousin lets me play gta 3 for a short while lol. Soo thats when i got true crime la man it was awesome plus i felt like this was my own gta lol one day my cousin came. To our house and saw me playing it dude said how u get that and bruh u good ay true crime lol i was like yup lol then he said imma buy gta 3 for u i was like really then he said yeah. I was soo excited that when i first got it all i wanted to do was drive and at the time in 2003 i was a bad driver compare to true crime la lol but once i got use to it i started working on the guns and eventually the mission now imma be honest as a kid i could never beat the hard mission in the traid turf china town . then came 2004 omg. Gta vice city man i love it lol. But never bought it till 2009. By now i already has experience. U can probably guess how that went along with gta sa

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Posted 28 February 2016 - 08:37 AM

I can get all 8 hookers in fuzball using the sentinel parked near the spot where you rigged the forellies car with 55 seconds to spare.

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Posted 29 February 2016 - 06:57 PM Edited by DoubledRelic696, 29 February 2016 - 06:58 PM.

Grand Theft Auto III was the first game of the series i was getting into on PlayStation 2 in November 2001, got it for my birthday.

It was clearly the most amazing game available. I was 11 years old and got stuck at the mission where Salvador was trying to kill Claude.

I was constantly running into his setup trap, i didn't really bother reading what the top right pager said.


I just believed it was a game bug, and stopped trying. Found my way over to Staunton Island with a tricky jump on the destroyed bridge.

To access Shoreside Vale i was typing the "cars can fly" cheat in and nicely flow over the left out part on the bridge.


It didn't take long until some friends told me how to do the Salvador mission, and check, got it done.

Next mission i would stuck was to protect that convoy on it's way to Shoreside Vale from Staunton Island, many attempts, got it working after some days.


The probably most annoying mission on such a young age was Coffee 2 Go because i didn't realize i can drive around and the dots appear on my radar before shooting the first.



Awww, such great childhood memories. Rainy days, no school, Grand Theft Auto III.

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