Grand Theft Auto III Heading To Our Mobile Devices

To mark Grand Theft Auto III’s 10th Anniversary Rockstar has announced that the ever popular game will be heading to our mobile devices. But wait there is more, as the mobile version of GTA III will be playable at NYCC this weekend. Not only will you be able to play the game but you will also will be able to tour the Grand Theft Auto III gallery featuring the game’s signature art, and will also have the opportunity to win special anniversary edition Grand Theft Auto III and Rockstar Games merchandise.

Here is the current line-up of mobile devices that are currently confirmed and will be able to support the game:

Apple iOS Devices: iPad 2, iPhone 4S
Android Phones: Droid X2, HTC Evo 2, LG Optimus 2X, Motorola Atrix, Samsung Galaxy S2
Android Tablets: Acer Iconia, Asus Eee Pad, Motorola Xoom, Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1

Stay tuned as other devices will be announced at a later date.

Don’t head out of here just yet. We have some information that may interest the hardcore GTA III Fan:

Beginning today, the limited-edition action figure of Grand Theft Auto III lead character, Claude, will be available for pre-order through the Rockstar Warehouse. The action figure will be on sale on October 20. The fully articulated 1:6 scale Claude figure comes dressed in his original attire of cargo pants and a bomber jacket, and is also supplied with his iconic Liberty City Prison-issued jumpsuit. The Claude figure is equipped with an arsenal of classic weapons from Grand Theft Auto III, including a bat, knife, grenades, pistol, sniper rifle, and assault rifle. Rockstar Social Club members can enter to win one of three Claude action figures through October 16 by visiting*.

Now that is one great looking rare and valuable collector’s item, but the price tag may scare you just a little as it retails for $149.99.

Grand Theft Auto III by far is one of my favorite games that I played on the PlayStation 2, but I can’t see shelling out a $149.99 on the collector’s item. One thing is for sure though I will be picking up GTA III for my mobile device.

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  • Seer

    I have an app which auto-installs and then auto-uninstalls this kind of  from most any branded phone. The reason why I am posting this is to perhaps help unsuspecting, prospective users to not waste their time/money for something that becomes unusable. Overiding problem created by GTA 1,2, a certain future of corrupted devices.