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Original Grand Theft Auto Games Rated by ESRB

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Rockstar’s seminal classics Grand Theft Auto and Grand Theft Auto 2 are headed to the PlayStation Network according to the ESRB.
Sony has already released the PlayStation 2 and PSP Grand Theft Auto titles via its PlayStation Classics option on PSN. Though neither Sony nor Rockstar has made mention of the original PlayStation games GTA and GTA2 coming to the store, the ESRB has once again spoiled the surprise.

New ratings for the the PSX titles were spotted by a NeoGAF user, and they reveal both games are headed to the PlayStation 3, PlayStation Vita, and the PSP. While not as glamorous or celebrated as GTA3 (and its subsequent sequels), the original GTA games were a lot of fun to play with friends, and still hold up fairly well. Die-hard fans should be happy with the news, but we hope the game’s multiplayer still makes the cut. Nothing was as fun as chasing old friends down in Fruitbat, and then blowing everything to hell.

Will you be picking up either GTA game when they arrive on PSN?

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