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Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas UNIVERSAL steam downgrader

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Batch script to automatically downgrade the two Steam versions (both international 3.0 and German 1.01) to US 1.00, which is compatible with every mod

 

French, Italian and German localizations are also included

 

Just extract the zip and run run.bat




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