• The original is still the best, but some similar games that you may want to check out are True Crime: Streets of L.A., The Getaway, and The Simpsons: Hit & Run.
  • Let's see: For multiple systems... -GTA Double Pak (Ps2/XB) : It's GTA 3 and Vice City bundled. -True Crime: Streets of L.A (PS2/XB/GC) : More realistic, with a full-scale reproduction of the actual city of Los Angeles. The story is a little more compelling, and you're the psuedo-good guy! The gameplay is less balanced, however, and less funny than Grand Theft Auto. Still, It's solid. Simpsons: Hit and Run (PS2/XB/GC) : Take Grand Theft Auto, remove all the "naughty" from it, place it in Springfield, and market it to pacifists. Great for fans of the Simpsons, though GTA fans should steer clear. System-specicfic... -The Getaway (PS2) : Very realistic, gritty, and linear romp through the streets of London, to save your son. Not awful, but not great. -Driver 2 Advance (GBA) : The closest the Game Boy will ever come to GTA, Driver 2 Advance is actually pretty sweet. I recommend it to any GTA fan that has a Game Boy Advance.
  • Mafia is like the Grand Theft Auto series. It is in an earlier time period, but it is good. I have the game and I like it a lot.
  • Which aspect of GTA are you talking about? Games like "Morrowind", "Second Life" and "Oblivion" all have its 'sandbox' style, meaning you're put inside a world and given carte blanche to do whatever you want.

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