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Question for Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas

 
 
rcaron00 asks: Added May 4th 2004, ID #2366

Question for Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas

Hmmm. I think that its not only based around the future but it may have to do with the demolition man movie.

Wasn't the new Las Angeles in that movie called San Andreas or San Andreas.
 
 
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cheat1000 answered: Added 28th May 2004, ID #3714
San Andreas is set around the early 90's....
 
 
 
 
BradSables answered: Added 17th Jul 2004, ID #9016
San Andreas is the area of a 'fault' in the earths crust, where earthquakes are caused. ie:- The San Andreas Fault.

The game is actually set in Los Angeles, which is an area in San Andreas.

If you can remember back to the old 2D format 'Grand Theft Auto' game, the new games are just 3D versions of each area in the old one. ie:- Liberty City, Vice City and San Andreas.

Who knows, maybe rockstar will bring out a 3D version of London.
 
 
 
 
VX answered: Added 14th Mar 2005, ID #39141
No it is 1992 when STA San Andreas takes place.

 
 
 
 
Alexzander answered: Added 3rd Feb 2008, ID #231545
No it's not in the future it takes place in 1992.
 
 
 
 
Ryan Pappas answered: Added 21st Dec 2008, ID #294365
Late 1900's this game was set in
 
 
 
 
 

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