You can now download GTA: San Andreas for Windows free legally without any catch whatsoever. Here's how to do it.
Console quality games on mobile devices has long been the holy grail for game developers, but making those games as good as is humanly possible on smartphones and tablets takes that challenge one step further. Rockstar Games is already pretty damned good at turning its AAA titles into mobile wonders, and Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas is no exception.
Grand Theft Auto 5 may have released all the way back in September now, but following an extremely successful launch, the holiday gifts just keep on coming from Rockstar Games, publisher of the all-conquering series. Having just pushed a massive update to GTA Online for those on Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3, Rockstar has come through with another treat for mobile gamers in the form of Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas for Android. The title, which is widely regarded as one of the best of the entire series, made its way to iOS just last week, and has finally landed at the Google Play Store. More details can be found after the break!
GTA San Andreas is now live on the iOS App Store worldwide. Download link can be found at the end of this post. Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas is undoubtedly one of our most beloved PS2-era games, which is why when we found out that Rockstar was bringing the game to iOS, Android and Windows Phone, we got very excited indeed. The thought of tearing it up in San Andreas while on our commutes just gets us all sweaty, and in a very good way.
Being a gaming fanatic, we can easily guess that any gamer can recall Microsoft’s motion sensing accessory Kinect right off the bat. This Xbox accessory is one of its kind, allowing supported games to be played solely using body motions. Microsoft has lately realized that the features of the Kinect platform could be brought to Windows. This developer is snapping up the opportunity by introducing KinDriver, a new custom Kinect driver that allows Grand Theft Auto San Andreas to be played using Kinect on your PC.