Pirate Game Cover Design – Epic Win

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While we at Lazygamer.co.za do not condone piracy in any way, shape or form, we definitely have a good reason to love their designers today, and this image shows why.

According to what you see in this image, you can now go to a dodgy store and pick up a copy of “GTA: San Andreas Tarazan” for PS2. Yes, Tarazan.

I’m actually really interested to know what game is actually in that cover. Knowing how these sketchy pirate games work, it’s probably 4 different versions of Super Mario for the NES.

So then, who is interested in a GTA/Tarzan, sorry, I mean Tarazan crossover? I think it would be great, kind of like playing Crackdown with less clothing.

Source: Kotaku

Last Updated: April 30, 2009

Nick De Bruyne

Video games writer, editor and critic since ’08. Living and breathing video games, movies and cars since the 80s. Follow me on Twitter if you love tons of gaming talk, and @pennyworthrevs for fun stuff and links.

  • WitWolfyZA

    Maybe it has Tarzan on it aswel? Like a game duo… San Andreas/Tarzan??? Who would want to play Tarzan anyways???

  • DarthPenguin

    “Knowing how these sketchy pirate games work, it’s probably 4 different versions of Super Mario for the NES.”

    How do you know how they work? 😛

    And I liked Tarzan on the PS when it came out… I played it over and over againt until I collected everything and finished it 100%. As far as a kids title goes, it was solid. Good gameplay, enough of the story, and clever level design.

    Then again.. it could just be my memories…

  • Q121

    :pirate:

  • mrbob

    :alien: :ninja:

  • mrbob

    ur soo gay lil kid cater u michaeljackson

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