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All Melee Weapons serve the same purpose (excluding the [[Chainsaw]] and the [[Teaser]]), to beat the victim to death.
 
All Melee Weapons serve the same purpose (excluding the [[Chainsaw]] and the [[Teaser]]), to beat the victim to death.
  
GTA II featured only the [[Baseball Bat]]
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GTA III featured only the [[Baseball Bat]]. In [[GTA Vice City]], the number of Melee Weapons was upgraded all the way to ten and [[GTA San Andreas]] feaured Eight. [[Liberty City Stories]] and [[Vice City Stories]] featured ten.
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Revision as of 23:15, 8 September 2010

Melee Weapons are featured in every Grand Theft Auto game after GTA III.

All Melee Weapons serve the same purpose (excluding the Chainsaw and the Teaser), to beat the victim to death.

GTA III featured only the Baseball Bat. In GTA Vice City, the number of Melee Weapons was upgraded all the way to ten and GTA San Andreas feaured Eight. Liberty City Stories and Vice City Stories featured ten.

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