How are the PS4 ports of the PS2-era games?

Discussion in 'Grand Theft Auto' started by MIE1992, May 4, 2018.

  1. MIE1992

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    I never really did get around to playing them, but I did like Chinatown Wars (DS) and V (PS3). Are there any port-related hiccups I should be aware of? I don't mind the fact they've removed a few music tracks, since I get that music licensing can get pretty nuts, legally. I especially was thinking of VC and SA.
     
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    I've only played SA so far and it's very blurry - everything seems to have a shadow behind it. There's also an odd audio effect in the pause/map menu. Otherwise I can't say I've noticed any difference.
     
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    I played Vice City PS2 port on the PS4 and I think it looks very acceptable though there was a bug with one of the
    rampage wagons not spawning in the game but the original PS2 workaround for that sorted it.
     
  4. Slash

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    The HD versions haven't made their way to the PS4? I know the PS3 version had one with updated menus and such.
     
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  5. JensC

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    I have Vice City as a digital copy on my PS4 and I haven't noticed any differences.
    But it is a while ago I played it on a PS2, so there might be differences.