Monday, May 16, 2011

Hello Guys - here are some links to highly compressed games .Hope u like it.

Grand Theft Auto- 4-(here is the way to run it in xp-sp2 and pixel shader 2)-To Run It in XP SP 2:

Go to Registry : Type "regedit" on run in Start menu.

In registry go to : HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Windows

Right-click on CSDVersion and click modify
and change the value from 200 to 300
-Restart computer

Now windows think you are on SP3 and so does GTA 4.

To Run it on 128mb Video Card:

Download GTA 4 graphics downgrade pack from here:

Extract the files.
Read the ReadMe file
Follow the steps and you are done.  

*Gta-San andreas. guys there is another version available which is compressed to 64 kb but fact is that i does not works. it has been tested by me myself.
Do not waste your time in downloading that.Its all fake.

*GTA- vice city GTA vice is city is a Grand Theft Auto: Vice City for the PC needs no introduction. Not only is this game in many ways better than its amazing predecessor Grand Theft Auto III, but it's also technically superior to the original version of Vice City that was released on the PlayStation 2 a number of months ago. Like GTAIII for the PC, Vice City is identical to the original PS2 version in terms of content, so if you've already played that version to death, you won't find the PC version to be much different. However, the PC version of Vice City does offer enhanced visuals and controls, improved loading times, and a few extra frills. More importantly, it offers the same refreshingly open-ended gaming experience, which has occasionally been reviled for its controversial subject matter, but has far more often elicited much-deserved praise. Simply put, if by some chance you've put off playing Vice City up till now, don't wait any longer.

To be clear, Vice City is an extension of Grand Theft Auto III, rather than a completely overhauled sequel. That's definitely a good thing, because GTAIII's freestyle gameplay was extremely entertaining and offered tremendous replay value, yet still had more potential. Vice City fulfills a lot of that potential, as it features improved production values (including over eight hours of licensed music and plenty of Hollywood voice actors), new types of drivable vehicles (motorcycles, helicopters, and golf carts), new weapons, better vehicle damage modeling, indoor environments, and more.

*Gta Liberty City

Even though the editors at IGN ultimately chose Halo for 2001 Overall Game of the Year, after the ballots were counted and the chads examined and re-examined, the decision came down to a one-vote lead for Halo, with an intense eight to seven battle with another extraordinary impressive game. The seven dissenting votes went to Grand Theft Auto III for the PS2, and I was among those who thought it was good enough to deserve the ultimate of awards.

GTA3 took up so much of my time between the Halloween to Christmas period that people considered calling the police because they hadn't seen me in so long. I was totally immersed in the game, and after finishing the game once, I didn't hesitate to pick it up and start in on it again in an attempt to find everything possible in the game. So it may come as a surprise that I was willing to snatch up the PC version for review. Call me a masochist or call me a glutton, but I just can't get enough GTA, and even after putting in well over 100 hours on the PS2 version, I still had a hankering to find out how the PC version of the game turned out, and I have to say I wasn't disappointed in the slightest.

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