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Grand Theft Auto, ou GTA, est un longue série de jeux vidéo, publié par Rockstar Games et développépar des sociétés filiales. Les jeux ont été développé et édité par Rockstar North (ex DMA Design) et BMG Interactive (filiale de BMG Records).

Il existe actuellement quinze jeux dans la série, avec deux packs d'extensions pour GTA 1 et deux autres packs d'extensions pour GTA IV. Les jeux ont été mis sur plusieurs plateformes y compris : PC, PlayStation, PlayStation 2, PlayStation 3, Xbox, Xbox 360, Game Boy Color, PlayStation Portable, Nintendo DS, Dreamcast, Game Boy Advance, Playstation 4 et Xbox One.

Il y eut de nombreuses controverses à propos de cette série dont les plus vives eurent lieu avec la découverte de quelques scènes pornographiques dans San Andreas. Le mod Hot Coffee et le tumulte en découlant donna à Rockstar Games une forte médiatisation dans cette période.

Grand Theft Auto (series)

Les jeux Modifier

Les jeux individuels de la série, peuvent être catégorisés dans différentes 'ères', dépendant du nombre après le titre et/ou du moteur graphique utilisé.

Ere Grand Theft Auto Modifier

Cette ère comprend le jeu original et les deux extensions de missions se déroulant dans le Londres des années 60 (voir London).

Ere Grand Theft Auto 2 Modifier

Cette ère ne comprend que GTA2, qui utilise un nouveau moteur graphique et un nouveau type de gameplay.

Grand Theft Auto III era Modifier

This era featured the first blockbuster GTA title, Grand Theft Auto III, and brought with a new third person perspective.

  • Grand Theft Auto III (2001), set in a fictional Liberty City, based upon the real life New York City. Multiplayer game mode was lost, but other areas were much improved, namely the graphics, voice acting, storyline with non-linear gameplay.
  • Grand Theft Auto: Vice City (2002), set in Vice City, a city based on real life Miami. This sequel to GTA III is technically a prequel (set in 1986) to the game, and to GTA: San Andreas, which was released after Vice City.
  • Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas (2004), set in the state of San Andreas, featured three cities, Los Santos, San Fierro and Las Venturas, based on Los Angeles, San Francisco and Las Vegas respectively. The game is set in 1992, making it a sequel to GTA: Vice City, and prequel to GTA III. The game featured a lot more customization options, for both player and vehicles, and caused controversy when sex games were revealed in the games code on both the console and PC versions (see Hot Coffee).
  • Grand Theft Auto Advance (2004), what was originally supposed to be a cut-down port of GTAIII for the Game Boy Advance, turned out to be a completely original game, set a year before GTAIII, in a slightly changed Liberty City.
  • Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories (2005), a prequel set in Liberty City, 1998. Originally for the PlayStation Portable, a PS2 port was released in June 2006.
  • Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories (2006), announced on May 10th during E3, is based in Vice City, 1984, two years before the original GTA Vice City, featuring Lance Vance's brother Vic as the protagonist. It was released in October 2006 for the PSP.

It is generally believed that the GTA III Era has been completed, and there will be no more official expansions on the characters, storylines or engine. However Modifications and Fan Fiction continue to build on these.

Grand Theft Auto IV era Modifier

Announced during E3 2006, GTA IV features Rockstar's new RAGE engine, recently used in Rockstar Games Presents Table Tennis.

There is also the possibility of a second part to GTA IV, like GTA Vice City did after GTA III. Alternatively a new engine may be produced and Rockstar could jump straight to GTA 5 / GTA V.

The Fan Base Modifier

Grand Theft Auto has one of the largest fan bases of any game franchise. Because of this, there are many dedicated fan sites, and lots of large communities. One of the most popular activities fans like to do is modding - creating new vehicle models, skins, re-texturing of objects, and tweaking settings in the games' configuration files. Another popular pastime (since GTA III) is stunting - the act of performing stunts with in game vehicles, and producing compilation videos, sometimes themed (such as aircraft only).

Some of the more creative members of the community, in terms of literacy, enjoy writing their own Fan Fiction - stories based on events which follow on from, or are based around events which happen in the games.

The List of GTA Forums attempts to list all of the large communities, and demonstrates just how big the community as a whole is.

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