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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 09:58am 07/09/11 | 13 Comments
Rockstar have sent through word that they've released a Grand Theft Auto trilogy to the Mac App Store, featuring Grand Theft Auto III, Vice City and San Andreas.

If you're a Mac owner and have somehow managed to avoid playing any of these games out of pure frustration at them not being initially available on Mac, we applaud your conviction, however, we assume most gamers have, indeed, played at least one of these Rockstar classics, so it'll be interesting just how many Mac owners jump on this deal.

All three games are available individually for the price of AU$15.99 or NZ$18.99.



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BillyHardball
Posted 10:24am 07/9/11
Great to see more good games becoming available to Mac users. This brings the world one step closer to being dominated by Macs mwahahahahahaha

In all seriousness though, I'd love to see this (or any game) on one of the new Thunderbolt 27inch cinema displays.
glynd
Posted 10:32am 07/9/11
thought it was already on steam (which it wasn't) but noticed Steam is selling GTA 1 and 2 for $29 each ... it's a free download on the rockstar site haha.
Midda
Posted 11:35am 07/9/11
Nerfy
Posted 11:37am 07/9/11
Grand Theft Autos Vice City & San Andreas come highly recommended by Nerf.
Steve Farrelly
Posted 11:48am 07/9/11
Ah yeah right, didn't see Trog's original post and Rockstar shot us a press release about it today - guess it just means Trog is on the ball!
skythra
Posted 02:32pm 07/9/11
Trog's a baller
Dazhel
Posted 02:59pm 07/9/11
Haha, 6+ year delayed games, 3 week delayed press releases.
Sounds like Rockstar needs to hire more staff in both development & marketing departments. They're overworked!
Mosfxx
Posted 03:02pm 07/9/11
lol @ the price.
Tepid
Posted 07:21pm 07/9/11
trogs a buster
shad
Posted 07:28pm 07/9/11
At last, something to play in cafe's between blog posting.
SwissCM
Posted 08:35pm 07/9/11
It's just a Cider port. You'd probably be better off getting the PC version elsewhere (much cheaper) and take the time setting it up in Wine.
Crizane Tribal
Posted 09:00pm 07/9/11
Hmm, to go with "Welcome to 10 years ago, Macf***" or "Wow, they just doubled the number of games available on the Mac!"

So many sick burns... now if you'll excuse my hypocrisy, I'm going to go play Civ5 in bed on my Macbook Pro.
BassMan
Posted 09:07pm 07/9/11
I'm 1/2 way through both GTA3 & GTA:VC on my imac Steve...
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