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Retro, arcade-style '''video games''' can be found in various homes, bars, restaurants, [[24-7|24-7's]] and clothes shops in [[Grand Theft Auto: Vice City]] (but unplayable), [[Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas]], and [[Grand Theft Auto IV]].
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Retro, arcade-style '''video games''' can be found in various homes, bars, restaurants, [[24/7|24/7's]] and clothes shops in [[Grand Theft Auto: Vice City]] (but unplayable), [[Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas]], and [[Grand Theft Auto IV]].
  
 
The high scores of playable games will saved to every machine of the same game, even though this usually wouldn't happen in real life, unless the arcade machines connected to each other through their own proprietary network.
 
The high scores of playable games will saved to every machine of the same game, even though this usually wouldn't happen in real life, unless the arcade machines connected to each other through their own proprietary network.

Latest revision as of 21:32, 23 August 2012

Retro, arcade-style video games can be found in various homes, bars, restaurants, 24/7's and clothes shops in Grand Theft Auto: Vice City (but unplayable), Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, and Grand Theft Auto IV.

The high scores of playable games will saved to every machine of the same game, even though this usually wouldn't happen in real life, unless the arcade machines connected to each other through their own proprietary network.

List of arcade games

GTA Vice City
GTA San Andreas
GTA IV