List of Video Games Set in New York City

List Of Video Games Set In New York City

This article lists computer and video games in which a major part of the action takes place in New York City or a fictional city closely based on it.

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List Of Video Games Set In New York City - List of Games Which Feature A Fictional City Closely Based On New York City
... All set in Liberty City, a New York City look-alike Grand Theft Auto (PC, PS, GBC) Grand Theft Auto III (PC, PS2, Xbox) Grand Theft Auto (GBA) Grand Theft Auto San Andreas (PC, PlayStation 2, Xbox), featured one ... Mother 3, New Pork City is an obvious parody of the city, for example, it parodies the Empire State Building with the Empire PorkY Building ... Sonic series, has a lot of New York parodies ...

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