What else are you going to call a restaurant situated right on the San Andreas? A 4.2 magnitude earthquake struck at 10:26 PM PST tonight about 3 miles south of the town of San Juan Bautista in the Coast Ranges of Central California (the official USGS report is here). Show More Summary
2002 First off, I've been leading geology field studies trips to lots of places in the American West for 26 years. Second, I entered the digital age of photography in 2001, which led to a personal renaissance in picture-taking. I sometimes...Show More Summary
'San Andreas', 'Gods Of Egypt' and 'Unbroken' are just three major titles that have been shot Down Under in the last twelve months read more
Part One Billion in "You Don't Own What You Pay For," the ongoing saga in which paying customers purchasing "licenses" find themselves in possession of products inferior to those purchased physically or, worse, to those never purchased at all (i.e., "pirates"). Show More Summary
According to player reports, a recent patch for the Steam version of open-world crime sandbox Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas adds support for Xbox 360 controllers, but also strips out numerous songs from the in-game radio stations. Presumably this is...
Fans upset at Rockstar's latest update. A new update released for the Steam version of Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas has removed numerous music tracks and allegedly rendered some older save files unusable.Click here to read the full article
A new update for Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas has removed 17 music tracks and left some old save files unusable. Not all players are experiencing save file problems, but those who are report that saves made before the update simply start a new game (thanks, Rockstar Nexus). Show More Summary
Players citing missing music and issues with save files, display options, and more.
Let's say that nostalgia got the better of you and you downloaded the refreshed GTA: San Andreas on Xbox 360 to replay a few missions ahead of GTA:V's new-gen re-release. You know, the tale of the Grove Street Families that now supports 720p...
This 10-year-old game gets a nice face lift, but it's disappointing that the Xbox 360 can't handle it smoothly.
In lieu of rebuilding Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas from scratch for its recent Xbox 360 re-release, Rockstar Games simply ported the existing Android version of San Andreas to Microsoft's console, according to the tech sleuths at Digital...
The San Andreas fault at Cajon Wash and Lone Pine Canyon at the eastern end of the San Gabriel Mountains Oh how I love flying. I don't get all that many chances to do it, and flying on days with clear weather happens even less often, but sometimes it works out. Show More Summary
A good way to experience a great old game.
So what's the score with the new HD version of Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas on Xbox 360? In a move seemingly timed to coincide with the 10th anniversary of the game's release, the emulated Xbox version available through Games on Demand has been replaced by a new version that promises "720p resolution, enhanced draw distance and Achievement support". Show More Summary
Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas just got re-released for Xbox 360, but its iOS edition is also on sale right now. Check it out!
This week on Game Scoop! we're discussing the lasting legacy of one of the biggest GTA games.
Rockstar Games revamped Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas and re-released it for Xbox 360 on the Xbox Games Store for $3.74 to celebrate its 10th anniversary.
If you're a fan of Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, you might want to pick it up on the Xbox 360 today. It's been reworked for the Xbox 360, upgrading itself from the original "Games on Demand" original Xbox version. The port will run at 720p, and will feature an increased draw distance, as well as achievements. Show More Summary
I still think it’s a mini miracle that Rockstar Games managed the compress the gangbanging goodness of Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas onto a device thinner than a deck of cards and capable of fitting in my pocket. That’s exactly what … Read more ›
New version renders at 720p and has achievements. The quietly-revealed HD update of Grand Theft Auto: San Andrea was released on Sunday on Xbox 360. Click here to read the full article