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GTA V reworked for Commodore 64

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Last week we shared a rather incredible video that imagined Watch_Dogs as a game for the Commodore 64. Our over-enthused response clearly made online ripples as we already have a smart sequel.

This time, the game in question is Grand Theft Auto V and the lo-fi remake is another 120 seconds of brilliance. While yes, the realism of GTA is a clear selling point, this version looks, well, a bit more fun...

We're hoping for more retro styled games very soon. You can find others right here.

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