Rockstar Release High-res Digital LCS and VCS Maps

By Chris | 10th Apr 2013 at 18:39 GMT in General | 3 Comments

In honour of the recent releases of Liberty City Stories and Vice City Stories on the PlayStation Network, Rockstar have released high-res digital versions of the original printed maps that came with retail copies of the games. This follows on from a similar move they made last December with high-res GTA trilogy maps after the arrival of GTA III, Vice City, and San Andreas on PSN. Click the thumbnails below to see them in full size.


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Link: Rockstar Newswire

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TUN3R 10th April, 2013 @ 21:04 - Permalink

Huh. They are smaller than I remembered.

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BlackListedB 13th April, 2013 @ 07:07 - Permalink

One of my favorite audio jokes/satire is the organizational protest of Citizens for Negating Technology that appears in Liberty City Stories, a game that sold the most of PSP titles the book JACKED reads, and it also points out that after years of public hassles from lawyer activist Jack Thompson, this in-game audio bit is directed at him, the book points out that a faux-email appeared on Rockstar's site that makes it more obvious, at the time, anyway, doubt they left it up on whatever site link it was on. However, they couldn't help but know who Thompson is when you read all about his side in the controversy from the book Jacked.

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BlackListedB 14th April, 2013 @ 14:43 - Permalink

I suppose if you forgo buying CDs, physical cases and added printed content would be a thing of the past (SAVE THE TREES!!) and you'd need these downloads to print out and hang on your wall! (I did this with enclosed maps from prior games)