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Gangstar is a series of open-world action-adventure video games published by video game company Gameloft and developed by its subsidiaries.


The first game in the series is Gangstar: Crime City, released in October 2006. A second installment, Gangstar 2: Kings of L.A., was released two years later in 2008. After this, a "remake" of the latter, titled Gangstar: West Coast Hustle, was released in 2009; this game, unlike the previous two, incorporates three-dimensional (3D) graphics. Another installment, Gangstar: Miami Vindication was released in 2010, this time again with two-dimensional (2D) graphics, though soon a 3D version (which later (in 2012) received a (3D) "spin-off" titled Urban Crime) was released the same year. Gangstar Rio: City of Saints was released in 2011, this time again 2D; like Miami Vindication, this installment also soon received a 3D version. Gangstar City was released in 2013; unlike the other games, this is an isometric (2D) interaction-based (and occasionally/optionally "city"-building) action-adventure title that mostly feels like an idle video game. Gangstar Vegas was released (after City) in 2013 as well, and received a number of software updates (including UFO Sighting and Devil's Due). Gangstar: New Orleans was released in 2017. The following is a list of the games in the series:

Common elements


Radio stations

There is a total of eight radio stations in three of the two-dimensional (2D) games (Gangstar: Crime City, Gangstar 2: Kings of L.A., and the two-dimensional (2D) versions of Gangstar: Miami Vindication and Gangstar Rio: City of Saints):

There are 17 radio stations in four of the three-dimensional (3D) games (Gangstar: West Coast Hustle, the three-dimensional (3D) versions of Gangstar: Miami Vindication and Gangstar Rio: City of Saints, and Gangstar Vegas: City of Sin; including a station which plays audio files from the device being used by the player):

News flashes

Two-dimensional (2D) games

Common: (In Gangstar 2: Kings of L.A. and the two-dimensional (2D) version of Gangstar: Miami Vindication)

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(In the two-dimensional (2D) version of Gangstar Rio: City of Saints)

After-mission news: (In Gangstar 2: Kings of L.A.)

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Three-dimensional (3D) games

News brand names

(In the two-dimensional (2D) games)

External links

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