“It’s not a good version, I cannot stress that enough”.
It’s fair to say that Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition – from hereon just ‘GTA Trilogy’ – has been getting a bit of a pasting online. Though Rockstar is an exceptionally wealthy and successful game company, the remaster of three iconic GTA games has drawn criticism for its art style and performance, and has also been picked apart for seemingly sloppy code – the PC version is currently unavailable for multiple reasons, with one goal being to remove rogue files of content that were supposed to be absent entirely.
It’s been a mess, and sadly from a Switch perspective it’s been no different. We slammed the Switch port in our GTA Trilogy review, describing it as “a shockingly rough package”. Yet it’s understandable that some feel there’s been a pile on and potentially some exaggeration – is it really that bad?
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