GTA: San Andreas

Welcome to the Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas section, a brand new section that will cover San Andreas in as much detail as possible. Come back soon as new guides and SA goodies will be added all the time.
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Posted by: eddaket @ April 1 2006, 10:23 pm
LCS For the PS2
"Additional products expected for fiscal 2006 include the newly announced Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories for PlayStation 2, tentatively planned for release in the second quarter, Bully for PlayStation 2 and Xbox, two new titles for the PSP handheld system, including an all-new Grand Theft Auto, a title based on a new brand for the Xbox 360 and a sequel of a Rockstar brand, all from Rockstar Games; The Da Vinci Code, Prey, and 24: The Game from 2K Games; various other sports titles including NBA 2K7 from 2K Sports; and Family Feud for multiple platforms from Global Star."

-Take Two Press Conference

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Posted by: eddaket @ January 6 2006, 7:36 pm
Downloads Section is up!!
Finally, the downloads page for the GTA San Andreas section is up and running!!

It isn't too lively right now, but as members submit them, they will be come readily availible for your use.

See it HERE!!
Posted by: eddaket @ January 2 2006, 9:50 pm
GTA SA Wins 5 awards at the Golden Joystick Awards
Grand Theft Auto captured 5 out of the 19 awards at the Golden Joystick Awards in London in the beginning of the month.

* PlayStation 2 Game of the Year
* BBC Radio One - Colin and Edith's Best Game Soundtrack of 2005
* Hero of 2005 (CJ)
* Villain of 2005 (Officer Tenpenny)
* Nuts Magazine's Ultimate Game of 2005

Posted by: eddaket @ November 28 2005, 1:48 am
GTA LCS Site Updated
The official GTA Liberty City Stories site has been updated.
Now you can view more screenshots and information. They've even added a video!!
Don't forget to check out the e-mails, they contain some info as well...

The game will be released on October 25, 2005.

Link: Official GTA LCS Site
Posted by: Lucas @ September 10 2005, 8:14 am
GTA San Andreas Re-Release
Well the first nuggets of info are starting to come through now that suggest San Andreas will be re-released without the hot coffee scenes near the end of this month.

It has been suggested by that San Andreas will be ready to ship on the 29th of August.

This new version of the game promises to come "clean" and not contain any hidden sexual scenes, however it still remains to be seen whether retailers will welcome this news. The hot coffee mod produced such a whirlwind of controvesy, many retailers may continue to keep it off their shelves.

However, it is my personal belief that the new version will be back on shelves as soon as possible. Many stores will not want to miss out on the many sales this game will bring.
Posted by: IKHAM @ August 17 2005, 8:45 pm
Cold Coffee
Rockstar Games created a new website, which contains a patch, that will disable the hot-coffee scenes in GTA San Andreas.
So, if you want to disable or uninstall the hot coffee scenes, then go ahead and apply this patch.

Anyways, this patch also fixes a few bugs:


- Added support for 720p and 1080i HDTV resolutions (may also do 1080p, not sure).
- Version Number displayed on game title screen.


*Issue fixed on machines where the OS has been updated (one OS installed over top of another) and has 2 registry keys that point to the users "My Documents" folder (we incorrectly used to assume the Win2000 folder, now correctly uses the last installed OS folder) - users know this as "user account period bug".

*Crash when entering advanced display options with only 32 meg of video ram (32 meg of video ram is not supported and will only allow use of 640*480 in 16 and 32 bit. At this resolution it is likely you will see the "Black Roads" LOD problem). We do NOT however disallow machines with 32 meg of video ram from running GRAND THEFT AUTO: San Andreas.

*Crash when entering advanced display options on a dual monitor machine after :- starting game on primary monitor in maximum resolution, exiting, starting again in maximum resolution on secondary monitor. Secondary monitor maximum resolution had to be greater than maximum resolution of primary monitor.

*Destroyed cars now are correct colour.

*Dirty cars now able to get clean.

*Numpad 5 key is now mappable when re-defining controls.

*Issue on all machines where certain collisions caused parts of the audio system to crash (sound effects, cutscene audio - only radio keeps going) - users know this as "Rain / Thunderstorm bug".

*Improvements to DVD streaming.

*Audio problems in interior / exterior transitions and getting in / out of cars fixed.

*Some fixes to ensure reverb is not present at certain save points.

*Improvements to dance game timings.

*Crash occuring when using "user radio files" while the frame limiter is disabled.
Posted by: Lucas @ August 10 2005, 11:19 am
GTA San Andreas Banned in Australia!
It has been on the cards for a while and was previously thought that GTA San Andreas might survive Australia's strict age ratings.

However now it has been confirmed that GTA San Andreas has had it's rating completely removed. The Office of Film and Literature Classification board in Australia has demanded that the game be removed from stores all over the country.

Although the controversy may have put the game in the limelight, this obviously is one step too far.

It looks likely that GTA San Andreas will not be available now until Rockstar can release a alternative version that will not allow the 'Hot Coffee Mod' to work.

It's a real pity for all those GTA Fans in Australia though.

Reports are beginning to appear over the net:

However investigating the OFLC's official site, it shows the rating is still confirmed as MA 15 +
Posted by: IKHAM @ July 29 2005, 3:37 pm
GTA San Andreas continues to take the heat
Now that GTA San Andreas is labeled an adult game ( meaning it's going to be very tough to get a copy for the time being ), politicians and anti violence activists around the world have seized the opportunity to attack violent games.

Not only are Rockstar taking the wrap, but the whole game industry around the world has been put in the firing line (no pun intended), with claims that "violent games make people do violent things".

Personally, i believe statements like this would grow excellent roses. In other words, grade A horsesh*t.

I take the examples of myself and many of my friends who play these kind of games all the time. Under no circumstances have any of us ever had the urge to stab someone, or even raise our fists in anger, just because we've been seen it in a game.

In other words, we have a firm grasp on reality and know when we are playing a game or not. .Unfortunately, there are a few desperate souls out there that do not know the difference. The simple fact is, violent people will always do violent things, and just because they replicate something they've seen in a game or film, doesnt stop the fact that they would probably have done something equally stupid at another time.

There is only one party at fault here in my mind. The parents who are naive enough to buy these games for their children.

Ok rant over. Check out this article that had me giggling at it's absurdness. Violent video games under attack
Posted by: IKHAM @ July 25 2005, 3:37 pm
Decision taken...
"ESRB assigns "Adults Only 18+" (AO) rating for current version of Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas due to unauthorized third party "Hot Coffee" modification
Rockstar Games to cease manufacture of current version of title and offer a downloadable patch to prevent modification of Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas for PC
Company lowers third quarter and fiscal year guidance to reflect the expected negative impact on the title's retail performance"

These headlines appeared earlier today on the official website of Take Two Interactive, preceding an article which ended several weeks of scandal surrounding the so-called "Hot Coffee" mod, which let the player "unlock" content that was judged by the ESRB as "graphic depictions of sex". The mod was named "unauthorized software that alters the content of the original retail version of the title, representing a violation of Take-Two and Rockstar's end user license agreement (EULA) and intellectual property rights".
Hence the result: Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas is now an "Adults Only" title; this fact severely damages the game's reputation and puts it on a shelf with adult games, where, according to most of the fan community, it does not belong. This, of course, reduces the game's sales, which will have a tremendous impact on the publisher's profits (in the first half a year of its sales the game brought Take 2 more than half of its overall profits).

The game will still be published under M-rating, but later:
"Rockstar Games has ceased manufacturing of the current version of the title and will begin working on a version of the game with enhanced security to prevent the "hot coffee" modifications. This version will retain the original ESRB M-rating and is expected to be available during the Company's fourth fiscal quarter."

The most interesting thing is, however, the impact this will have on the developer for further support of modding (and modding is one of the major attraction points of the PC version of the game). Earlier on, before the release of the game, Rockstar Games' representatives said that they wanted to give much more freedom and support for the modding community. They have tried to...and here's how it came out.

Stay tuned for further information regarding this case.

(thanks to for the heads up!)
Posted by: Mister V @ July 20 2005, 10:30 pm
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want to hire the services of a hooker right away  
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want to run for president so this filth can be banned for ever!!  
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think about coffee, mmmmm.  
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