Scale vs. scope.

The wider gaming internet is currently in a funk of bitter disappointment due to the launch state of GTA The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition, an anniversary package which, unfortunately, isn’t so definitive. For Nintendo gamers who have waited years to be able to play a fully-3D Grand Theft Auto of any sort, it’s infinitely sad to see these classics arrive on Switch like this. We’re not talking about a tiny indie dev struggling to find the time, budget and resources to make ends meet here; Rockstar built an empire on this franchise and has the resources to make something special, something worthy of the ‘Definitive Edition’ label. That the studio would release this collection — one that encapsulates such a significant portion of its legacy — in a state anything less than nigh-on perfect is baffling.

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