Grand Theft Auto 2 Review and System Requirements

This is a great game, but why would you buy it when Rockstar has
released it for free download? That’s just silly. You can get GTA2 and
the original GTA from Rockstar’s website.

It’s not very well
known, but this game has a pretty fun multiplayer mode. Since it’s free,
and will run on just about any computer, it would make a pretty good
LAN party game. If you want to play an internet game you can use GTA2
Game Hunter.

This game has much more of a sense of humor then the
newer GTA games, I really miss that. Whatever happened to the
“kiiiiiillll frenzy” and “insane stunt bonus?”

Around the city,
you may encounter groups of Elvis impersonators. Run them all down at
once to get a “bonus” sort of thing. Also, the car crusher is a good way
to get weapons/items. leave a car near it and let the operator crush
it. Walk over to the conveyor and wait for your item(s) to appear. There
is even one kind of car that gives you respect for whatever gang
controls the territory you are in.

What else…
F6 is pause,
and to save, you have to save up $50,000 and go to the church where it
says “Jesus Saves,” walk in and “buy” your save game. If you can’t find
the church, try and find a news van. They are the vans with the
satellite dish on top. Take the van. The satellite dish always points to
the church, so follow it there.

Verdict: 80/100

PC System Requirements


Minimum Specification:
Pentium 200 or above
Windows 95/98
65 MB of hard disk space
32 MB of RAM
4x CD ROM
DirectX 6.1
Multiplayer: LAN (IPX & TCP/IP) 4 players plus Internet (via DirectPlay)
Direct3D Compatible Graphics Card (REQUIRED)
Keyboard
Sound Card (3D Sound Card Optional)

Recommended Specification:
Pentium 300 or above
Windows 98 or above
100 MB of hard disk space
64 MB of RAM
8x CD ROM
DirectX 6.1
Multiplayer: LAN (IPX & TCP/IP) 4 players plus Internet (via DirectPlay)
Direct3D Compatible Graphics Card (REQUIRED)
Keyboard
3D Sound Card

Written by: Brent

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