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[[File:GTA_Sega_Saturn.png|thumb|Magazine Article]] Grand Theft Auto Was a franchise created and devoloped by Rockstar Games (Formely DMA Design).
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[[File:GTA_Sega_Saturn.png|thumb|Magazine Article]] Grand Theft Auto was a franchise created and developed by Rockstar Games (formally DMA Design). A version of the first installment in the series for the Sega Saturn was in development but was cancelled. The game was likely developed sometime in 1997 or 1998.
Just Like the cancelled Nintendo 64 port a Sega Saturn Port was planned but was also cancelled
 
   
 
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This Port was supposed to be ported to the Sega Saturn Just Like the PlayStation One. However the game was cancelled due to failing sales of the Sega Saturn. However A Page On this port was included in a Sega Magazine. No footage has been found however.
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This game was supposed to be ported to the Sega Saturn and was to be released around the same time as the PlayStation and PC versions. The game's engine was inspired by a game known as Clockwork Night. Due to failing sales and criticism of the Sega Saturn, the game was cancelled and screenshots and a preview article were included in a SEGA Power magazine.[[Category:Lost Video Games]]
 
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* Grand Theft Auto's precursor Race And Chase was also going to be ported to the Sega Saturn.
 

Latest revision as of 22:51, 23 December 2017

Magazine Article

 Grand Theft Auto was a franchise created and developed by Rockstar Games (formally DMA Design). A version of the first installment in the series for the Sega Saturn was in development but was cancelled. The game was likely developed sometime in 1997 or 1998.

Information

This game was supposed to be ported to the Sega Saturn and was to be released around the same time as the PlayStation and PC versions. The game's engine was inspired by a game known as Clockwork Night. Due to failing sales and criticism of the Sega Saturn, the game was cancelled and screenshots and a preview article were included in a SEGA Power magazine.