Grand Theft Auto It is one of the largest and most popular video game franchises in history. It has sold millions of games on almost every platform released since the PS1 and has generated more controversy than any other video game series ever. It was all done with mostly avoidance consoles.
Now with remastered GTA trilogy next monthSome of the most popular games on the planet are finally coming to the Nintendo platform for the very first time. But while some time has passed since the file GT The game was released on the Nintendo console, it has happened in the past. But only four times and only on Nintendo handheld systems.
the first one GT The game released for the Nintendo system was a port of the original game Grand Theft Auto Pour Gameboy Color en 1999, about a year after its release on PC and PS1. the next year, GTA 2 It will also end up on Gameboy Color Via a similar and simplified port. It is interesting to note that the GBC port of GTA 2 Contains a playable hero. The series no longer included one. (very far.)
It will be four more years ago GT The title this time GTA Advance, it will end on the Nintendo platform. GTA Advance It was released in 2004 on Gameboy Advance and was, like GTA 1 And 2A top-down action game in an open world. But it included some elements from the recently released 3D PS2 GT Games. the foreigner, GTA Advance It’s actually a prequel to GTA 3, taking place a year before the events of this flagship title on PS2. It is developed by Digital Eclipse and not by a team within Rockstar Games.
It will take another five years before GTA Chinatown Wars It was released in 2009 for Nintendo DS. During this time, several GT The games are released at this point for various home consoles. So far none of these games, like GTA IV Where Stories of GTA Vice City It ended up on Nintendo home consoles like the Gamecube or the Wii.
Chinatown Wars It features a top-down perspective, like older games, but also features 3D elements like buildings. It was basically a neoclassical style GT Games. By this point, in 2009, the series had gone entirely to 3D, so Chinatown Wars It was like a fun throwback to those previous titles.
After that, Rockstar stopped publishing Grand Theft Auto Games for any Nintendo platform. But the publisher hasn’t completely given up on Nintendo hardware. Issued ports hunting 2 And tennis de table rock star on a wii In 2007, the port bully It also made its way to the Wii in 2008. The last Rockstar game released on the Nintendo console was a game port 2017 black.
So it’s not like Rockstar hasn’t created and released games for Nintendo consoles. it’s just GT A series that has rarely appeared on the Nintendo platform for some reason. Of course everything changes next month when not one, but three classics Grand Theft Auto Games are making their way to a Nintendo home console for the first time. GTA III, Vice City, And San Andréas are part of what was announced recently (but rumored a long time ago) GTA The Trilogy – Definitive Edition Coming to Switch alongside PS4, PS5, Xbox Series X / S, Xbox One, and PC on November 11.
Yet knowing the story between GT And for Nintendo consoles, it was difficult to see an official Nintendo social media account announcing the game yesterday. Of course, a lot has changed and just about anything can end up on the Switch these days. But part of me is still shocked to see 3D GT Games on the Nintendo console. What world we live in.
go now GTA IV Where Fifth Have you never appeared on Switch? I don’t hold my breath. But at least it looks like Rockstar and Nintendo are ready to ditch the chaos of the open world. GT On Mario game consoles.