When it comes to videogame music, the best tracks are welcome to listen even when you are not playing. Case in question: an impressive orchestral interpretation of the musical theme of Grand theft Auto: San Andreasa recently became viral after appearing in Tiktok where it was shared by the user @navernoerina. At the time of writing this article, Tiktok has accumulated almost 70,000 I like and has been shared on social networks. Unfortunately, only 21 seconds of the performance appear in the video, but clearly that was time more than enough for GTA fanatics to appreciate it!
The Tiktok was shared on Twitter by @WickedGoodGames and can be found on the Tweet embedded below.
It is always interesting to see video game themes played by fans! Whether orchestras or punk bands, musicians have been covering videogame music for decades, sharing their favorite tracks with new audiences. He says a lot about the continuous evolution of games as a means and the way fanatics continue to find new ways to show his passion for his favorite games. The interpretation of the gta san andreas the previous topic is just an example, but it is great to see how this musical piece continues to have an impact.
Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas was launched for the first time in 2004 for PlayStation 2, PC and the original Xbox. The game was a great commercial and critical success, and since then it has been ported several platforms. Last year, the game was released as part of GTA: the trilogy – the definitive edition next to _GTA III and GTA vice city. Unfortunately, the reception of the compilation was largely negative, thanks to a series of errors and performance problems. Rockstar apologized for the state of the collection at the time of launch and, since then, has made a series of improvements in the three games. Given how much Andreas_ and the rest means for so many GTA fans, hopefully, the game will continue to see improvements.
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