Reviews and Problems with Grand Theft Auto IV: Episodes from Liberty City
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Grand Theft Auto: Episodes From Liberty City
25 July 2010
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.
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.
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.
Excerpt: Finally, the grip of Microsoft has eased and PS3 owners can now experience GTA IV: Episodes from Liberty City that is a standalone disc which contains the two extremely popular downloadable campaigns from the Grand Theft Auto universe.
Summary: For the past three years Microsoft has been using Grand Theft Auto IV as a marketing tool for their Xbox 360. Ever since the game was announced, everybody knew that the much-anticipated downloadable content would be exclusive to the Xbox 360. But not so fast, Microsoft.
Conclusion: The Lost and the Damned drags you down to Liberty City's seedy underbelly and then The Ballad of Gay Tony recolors the world with flash and style. It's a great compilation, and the additions to both the narrative and the mechanics do well to compliment the aging Grand Theft Auto IV.
Excerpt: To the informed gamer, it's no surprise that I'm sitting here playing my copy of Grand Theft Auto: Episodes from Liberty City...on my PlayStation 3. The alleged Xbox 360 exclusives were never believed to have been true exclusives, and numerous slips from both Sony and Rockstar reps have confirmed as...