Grand Theft Auto's 3, Vice City, and San Andreas have arrived on Amazon's Android-based video game console Fire TV, as well as Kindle Fire.

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Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas.

While Fire TV is still only available in the US, the UK listing for GTA: San Andreas noted that it has "support for FireTV", so expect it to be available locally if and when the console makes its way here.

Individually, Grand Theft Auto 3 and Vice City are both 2.99 / $4.99, while San Andreas is 6.99 / $6.99.

This may sound expensive, but there's a crazy, promotional loophole: San Andreas comes with a bonus 2000 Amazon Coins (a 20 / $20 value) between now and 11th June. That's far more than the cost of the game itself. These extra funds can be used to purchase the rest of the trilogy and still leave players enough change to buy something else on the Amazon Appstore.

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