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If you're on this site, you know what Grand Theft Auto is. While we're willing to bet you're familiar with GTA III and IV, there's a chance some of you out there aren't nearly as familiar with the original top-down games. It's true that the jump to 3D did wonders for Rockstar's series, but you'll find much of the same personality and humor in their less visually-impressive earlier installments.
Check out our look back at GTA 2 below.
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Haha wow I wish you guys could have went farther in the game...but I kinda see why you didn't lol
For some reason coming back I thought that this Replay Roulette would be more entertaining, but the boring game is SO boring.
I played the one that takes place in Britain. Not bad, but not much difference, either.
i wish you guys would do replays on wednesdays and saturdays
This is very painful to watch. The Dracula part anyway. They tried real hard on the cutscenes, but the voice acting is just so camp it hurts.
Haha, GTA 2 looked fun. The accepting missions thing looked like a terrible idea though. And that was some amazing hang time on your jumps.
Wow...Dracula. I can't imagine there's so many terrible horror games. The creepy inn lady's chin did not move when she turned her head. *shudder* That game looked extremely boring.
Thanks for the laughs through the pain, guys.
Probably thinking of Hoggle if your thinking of Labrynth. Dracula game looked surprisingly good as far as graphics go for PS2-era.
That has to be the worst game I've seen come up on Replay Roulette. I would rather see the Friends trivia game again over that.
the only thing that worse than dracula was the friends trivia game
What a drastic difference from 2D to 3D.
Knowing police scanner codes now, it's hilarious listening to them in this game.
10-34 is an assist at the office.
10-91 is an animal. :P
that game should be titled dracula the impatient
classic franchise, but top down GTA looks pretty boring.
I'm with Dan. I've played point-and-click adventure games and they're fun, but watching them play that game was putting me to sleep.