Rockstar’s Already Thinking Of Mobile Ports For GTA Vice City And San Andreas

Two weeks ago Rockstar said it was bringing its seminal hit Grand Theft Auto III to state-of-the-art mobile platforms. Yes, they already know what you’re thinking.

Bringing over Grand Theft Auto: Vice City and Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas would be a “technical challenge”, the studio told Digital Trends, but they’re already thinking in that direction, calling it “very possible”.

What else is possible? Playing the game with a good-old wired Xbox 360 controller. The mobile version will support USB controllers on devices that have USB controller support. Ah, but what about the iPad 2 and iPhone 4S? Well, there’s the Camera Connection Kit, or other third-party multiport interfaces that let you connect such devices.

You can check out Evan Narcisse’s impressions of the mobile version here.

Grand Theft Auto 3 Mobile Hands-on Preview [Digital Trends]

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