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Grand Theft Auto III

Grand Theft Auto III
Grand Theft Auto III
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You are put into the center of your own gangster film, and let loose in a fully-realized three-dimensional city with hundreds of characters, many vehicle choices ranging from sports cars to ice cream trucks and boats to buses, hours of music of all kinds, and a wide range of street-ready weapons.

Grand Theft Auto III is a Rockstar Games action-adventure game that was released in 2001. It was developed by DMA Design and published by Rockstar Games. It is the third main installment in the Grand Theft Auto series, following Grand Theft Auto 2 from 1999, and the fifth overall.

Grand Theft Auto III is an action-adventure game in which you take on the role of a third-person character. To continue through the plot, you must accomplish linear missions with specific objectives. Because certain missions need you to wait for more instructions or events, it is possible to have many missions active at the same time.

You can freely travel the game's open environment outside of missions, and you can complete optional side missions. Portland, Staunton Island, and Shoreside Vale are the three districts that make up Liberty City; the latter two are unlocked as the story continues.

To get around the game's world, you can run, jump, or employ vehicles. Auto-aim can be utilized to help you fight enemies in combat. Your health meter may be fully replenished by using health pick-ups if you receive damage. Body armor may be used to protect against gunfire and explosives, but it depletes with time.

When your health is completely drained, the game ends and you must respawn at the local hospital, where you will lose your armor, weapons, and money.

If you break laws while playing, police agencies from the game will investigate, as shown by a "wanted" meter in the head-up display. The displayed stars on the meter reflect the current wanted level; for example, at the highest six-star level, law enforcement efforts to apprehend you become highly aggressive. 

When you are hidden from the officers' line of sight, the wanted meter goes into a cool-down mode and ultimately fades away.

To combat enemies, you employ physical assaults, guns, and explosives. Guns such as the Micro Uzi, an M16 rifle, and a flamethrower are among the weapons included in the game. When aiming with the sniper rifle, rocket launcher, and M16 rifle, the game's three-dimensional environment provides for a first-person view.

Furthermore, the game's gameplay has been updated to allow you to perform drive-by shootings while in a car by looking sideways. The game offers a broad range of weapon options, which may be purchased from local gun shops, acquired on the ground, collected from dead enemies, or discovered across the city.

You play as Claude, a mute criminal. Claude encounters a number of new gang members during the story. As you complete missions for various gangs and criminal organizations, you will frequently be defended by fellow gang members, while opposing gang members will recognize you and shoot on sight.

You can play a vigilante minigame, a firefighter activity, a medical service, or a taxi cab service while freely exploring the game environment. Completing these actions unlocks context-specific benefits.

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Grand Theft Auto III
Grand Theft Auto III
Grand Theft Auto III
Grand Theft Auto III
Grand Theft Auto III

How to play

Grand Theft Auto III, set in the fictitious Liberty City in 2001, begins a fresh storyline that is distinct from its predecessors.

The story follows the adventures of Claude, a mute criminal deceived by his girlfriend Catalina during a bank robbery. In the crime-ridden Liberty City, Claude begins to work for several groups, including the Mafia, Yakuza, and corrupted people.

Portland Missions

The following is a list of GTA 3 missions set on the island of Portland. Before you may unlock Staunton Island, you must complete 22 main missions in this part.

1. Give Me Liberty

2. Luigi's Girls

3. Don't Spank Ma Bitch Up

4. Drive Misty For Me

5. Pump-Action Pimp

6. The Fuzz Ball

7. Mike Lips Last Lunch

8. Farewell 'Chunky' Lee Chong

9. Van Heist

10. Cipriani's Chauffeur

11. Dead Skunk in the Trunk

12. The Getaway

13. Taking Out The Laundry

14. The Pick-Up

15. Salvatore's Called A Meeting

16. Chaperone

17. Triads and Tribulations

18. Blow Fish

19. Cutting The Grass

20. Bomb Da Base: Act I

21. Bomb Da Base: Act II

22. Last Requests

Staunton Island Missions

The following is a list of GTA 3 missions set on Staunton Island.

After finishing A Drop In The Ocean mission, you can go to the third island, Shoreside Vale.

23. Sayonara Salvatore

24. Under Surveillance

25. Paparazzi Purge

26. Payday For Ray

27. Two-Faced Tanner

28. Kanbu Bust-out

29. Grand Theft Auto

30. Deal Steal

31. Shima

32. Smack Down

33. Silence The Sneak

34. Arms Shortage

35. Evidence Dash

36. Gone Fishing

37. Plaster Blaster

38. Liberator

39. Waka-Gashira Wipeout!

40. A Drop In The Ocean

41. Grand Theft Aero

42. Escort Service

43. Decoy

44. Love's Disappearance

45. Marked Man

46. Bait

47. Espresso-2-Go!

48. S.A.M.

49. Ransom

Shoreside Vale Missions

Only one main story mission happens in Shoreside Vale Island, which is the very final mission of GTA 3 

50. The Exchange

Follow the tips below if you're new to the game or need a refresher. Many of these are actions you should make, while others are merely reminders to keep in mind throughout the experience.

● Boost Your Endurance

Sprinting in the game is managed by an invisible meter that soon depletes. Claude naturally slows down to a walk after that. The quickest method for him to restore his ability to run is to stand still for a few seconds, during which time he may be noticed regaining his breath. However, the more you force him to sprint in the game, the more his endurance will improve over time.

● Grab Your Free Shotgun

The Ammu-Nation sells firearms, but it isn't the only location where you may find them. Enter a cop car at the beginning of the game when you are particularly short on resources to obtain a free shotgun. It's not much, but it can help you out in the early stages of the game with some of the early missions.

● Causing Chaos Earns You Money.

There's no better proof of this than the fact that creating chaos earns you money. Blow up automobiles, increase your wanted status, and steal money from everyone you can. At the Ammu-Nation, it doesn't take long to save up enough money to acquire your own arsenal.

● Locate All of the Hidden Packages

Throughout Liberty City, there are several collectibles to be found. For every 10 Hidden Packages you uncover, you will receive a bonus.

You'll have a powerful arsenal waiting for you for free after you've gathered about 50. It's just an excessive quantity of firepower and weaponry increased by 100 packages. So make sure to keep an eye open for them.

This takes us to the conclusion of today's article. Please share your gaming experiences in the comments area below so that we may all learn from them.

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