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Perhaps to avoid further confusion, it should be clarified that mission packs are basically same things as expansion pack. I'm, of course, referring to latest edits to this article by George who didn't think London was in original Grand Theft Auto. Technically, that is yes and no. First of all, those mission packs are basically "expansion packs" for original Grand Theft Auto, so it's right in the realm of original Grand Theft Auto. This is why we have Grand Theft Auto, Grand Theft Auto 2, Grand Theft Auto 3, and finally Grand Theft Auto 4, instead of last three being Grand Theft Auto 4, Grand Theft Auto 5, Grand Theft Auto 6. Also, Grand Theft Auto: Vice City and Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas are basically sequel/prequel to Grand Theft Auto 3, thus why they were never given as Grand Theft Auto 4 and 5. So, in that effect, we have Grand Theft Auto through Grand Theft Auto IV, even though there is at least nine (9) Grand Theft Auto games in the whole series at total. Confusing, no? :p --Legion 22:39, 27 April 2007 (BST)

Confusing? Yes. What he's trying to say is that GTA London 1969 and GTA London 1961 are both mission packs for GTA1, so both count as being part of GTA1 - we don't need to call them separate games. Just like the downloading content we'll have for GTA IV, its just more of the same game. Xenon (Admin) talk 23:03, 27 April 2007 (BST)

Sorry for not making a talk about this issue, its just that this is Grand Theft Auto 1, which Had Liberty City, Vice City and San Andreas, unless i'm wrong. George 23:42, 27 April 2007 (BST)

That is correct, but then you could buy the addons for it which were London 1969 and London 1961 - even though you bought them separately they still needed GTA1 to run, so they count as part of GTA1. Xenon (Admin) talk 23:51, 27 April 2007 (BST)

Ok then, thats fair enough. George 23:58, 27 April 2007 (BST)