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Grand Theft Auto 5 Reimagined as a Commodore 64 Game

Prepare yourselves for Los Santos redone in 8-bit as Grand Theft Auto V gets the Commodore 64 treatment.

YouTube user MajamiHiroz has done it again with this new Commodore 64-based rendition of the first Grand Theft Auto V trailer Rockstar Games. MajamiHiroz captured everything from the original trailer, along with Michael’s depressed, nostalgic narrations. The Commodore 64 version of the trailer’s song, “Ogden’s Nuts Gone Flake” by Small Faces is just as impressive as the video’s retro visuals.

Just for the sake of comparison, we have also included the original Grand Theft Auto V trailer with Michael De Santa’s voice-overs. This was actually the first trailer Rockstar Games ever released for Grand Theft Auto V released back in 2011. The vagueness of the narrator reflecting on his retirement led to many of us speculating that the video’s narrator was either Tommy Vercetti from Grand Theft Auto: Vice City or Claude from GTA III.

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