Reviews and Problems with Grand Theft Auto IV: Episodes from Liberty City
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The Lost Ballad of Liberty City
12 August 2010
Conclusion: If you enjoyed this generation's Liberty City the first time around, then you will definitely get quite a few happy hours out of Episodes from Liberty City . If not, then don't even think about trying.
Grand Theft Auto: Episodes From Liberty City Review
26 May 2010
Excerpt: After what must have seemed like a monumental wait, PS3 (and PC) gamers can finally get their hands on Rockstar's GTA 4 episodes, The Lost and Damned and The Ballad of Gay Tony. The two full campaigns can be bought together as part of the Episodes from Liberty City standalone game or as separate downloads (for those who own GTA 4) from the PlayStation Store.
Conclusion: A l’instar de The Lost and Damned, The Ballad of Gay Tony souffre de carences scénaristiques. Mais le reste est de très bonne facture, les missions principales sont divertissantes, la bande sonore excellemment bien adaptée, les armes idéales et les nouveaux personnages tout bonnement hilarants. Un sans faute. Grand Theft Auto : Episodes from Liberty City a l’avantage d’être un stand-alone et fonctionne donc sans le jeu original.
Pros: Le parachute, La bande son, Les nouvelles armes, Deux univers complets, Durée de vie impressionnante
Cons: Flou de profondeur imprécis, Utilisation trop limitée du Cell, Stagnation technologique et visuelle
Review: GTA IV: Episodes From Liberty City (Sony PS3)
17 May 2010
Summary: Grand Theft Auto IV: Episodes From Liberty City is not a bad game. Sadly, it is not a good one, either. There is a fair amount of stuff to do and a nice layer of polish. The question becomes this: is more of the same what I want? If you got all of the Liberty City you wanted from GTA IV , then this is most likely extraneous. If beating GTA IV left you with a burning desire to keep trouncing about the city in your “I heart LC”Â� shirt, then feel free to pick this up.
Excerpt: Do you like Grand Theft Auto IV ? Is your only next-gen console a PlayStation 3? If your answer to both questions is "yes," you should already own Grand Theft Auto: Episodes From Liberty City . If you don't, you'd better be dirt poor. Of course, if you consider yourself dirt poor, you probably shouldn't own a PlayStation 3 in the first place.
PS3 Review - 'Grand Theft Auto: Episodes from Liberty City'
13 May 2010
Summary: Grand Theft Auto: Episodes from Liberty City delivers two games on one disc, The Ballad of Gay Tony and the first episode, The Lost and Damned, featuring new multiplayer matches an advanced video editor, and new songs on the updated soundtrack.
Excerpt: hit store shelves, this follow-up expansion pack is taking aim to re-vitalize Playstation 3 owner�s relationship with Liberty City. These two expansion packs have been available for the Xbox 360 since last year, but recently hit Playstation 3 & PC audiences in April. Grand Theft Auto: Episodes From Liberty City is comprised of two, separate expansion packs: The Ballad of Gay Tony and The Lost and the Damned.
Conclusion: corner, that construction site; the crazy stunts you pulled. And it all just feels slightly different. Some of that feeling of "difference" is because of the story and characters that you come into contact. The psychopathic stylings of Niko Bellic (who has makes brief appearances in both storylines) from Grant Theft Auto IV, are largely replaced by "softer" characters Luis Lopez (Ballad) and Johnny Klebitz (Lost) that I could feel some empathy for even though they get...
Excerpt: Grand Theft Auto 4 was a huge hit, and really showed how to make a nearly perfect open world on next generation consoles. But by now most of us have solved that game, leaving poor Liberty City a bit disused. So Rockstar smartly decided to bring new missions, characters and adventure into our fair city, and let us explore the lives of some of the more interesting people who live there.