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'''''Grand Theft Auto 64''''' was a cancelled N64 port of the original ''Grand Theft Auto'' on the PS1. It reportedly would have featured enhanced graphics, new levels, and "new characteristics," but for unknown reasons, the port was cancelled before being publicly revealed. It was shown during E3 1999, where it was 50% complete, but no footage was ever released of it. For a long time, it was thought that the port didn't exist at all until Luchi on Assemblergames posted a screenshot of a Spanish magazine that featured screenshots of the cancelled game.
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'''''Grand Theft Auto 64''''' was a cancelled N64 port of the original ''Grand Theft Auto'' on the PS1. It reportedly would have featured enhanced graphics, new levels, and "new characteristics," but for unknown reasons, the port was cancelled before being publicly revealed. It was shown during E3 1999, where it was 50% complete, but no footage was ever released of it. For a long time, it was thought that the port didn't exist at all until Luchi on Assemblergames posted a scan of a Spanish magazine that featured screenshots of the cancelled game.
  
 
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Grand Theft Auto 64 was a cancelled N64 port of the original Grand Theft Auto on the PS1. It reportedly would have featured enhanced graphics, new levels, and "new characteristics," but for unknown reasons, the port was cancelled before being publicly revealed. It was shown during E3 1999, where it was 50% complete, but no footage was ever released of it. For a long time, it was thought that the port didn't exist at all until Luchi on Assemblergames posted a scan of a Spanish magazine that featured screenshots of the cancelled game.

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