Reviews and Problems with Grand Theft Auto IV: Episodes from Liberty City
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good game, some flaws in connectivity
8 October 2012
Summary: i bought this after playing on my mates (gta4) and wanted to play it online with him. he had the extension packs from gta 4 so i got this thinking it will be gta4 with the episodes, this was not true. this is not gta4, it is a seperate split game which is still good and works online with gta4.
Great expansion content for the GTA IV world, doesn't require GTA IV!
17 May 2012
Summary: Good game, definitely worth buying a used copy on e-Bay for $10 or $15 including shipping. Contains two completely separate stand-alone games that take place in that GTA IV world, and GTA IV is NOT required!
Summary: This is a good game. Just like all the GTA games. Nothing amazing but still fun. If you are expecting this game to be amazing, do not waste your time as the graffics and game play are all still the same. No upgrades but still the usual GTA.
Summary: Overall this game is fun to play. The graphic is good although some minor glitch do occur sometime. It's jut like being in a big city, you can virtually travel all over the city to find some interesting places like bowling, darts, bars and etc.
Summary: Grand theft auto IV: Episodes from Liberty City has two games within it on one disc, it's stand alone and does not require the original Grand theft auto to play. For forty bucks it's just about worth the purchase.
worth the wait,even if it was a late title for ps 3
2 August 2010
Summary: The Ballad of Gay Tony" is colorful, amusing and more characteristic of a typical GTA storyline. As far as mission variety is concerned, "TBOGY" wins hands down. One moment you'll be piloting a high-tech aircraft, the next you're in a speedboat chase, and before long you're parachuting from a...
Summary: Disclaimer... its late and I don't care about proof reading this so... yeah. I just wanted to put my opinion on it. I'd start off with the best of the two. The Ballad of Gay Tony. If you miss San Andreas, than again get the Gay one.
Summary: Long time fans of Grand Theft Auto know that each of the games in the post-PS1 era is thematically linked to a particular genre of movie. GTA III is heavily indebted to Mafia movies such as Goodfellas and The Godfather, as well as to the cable television series The Sopranos.
This is a very good game, a spin off from the other GTAs ...
Catticus Finch "Englishman", Amazon
4 February 2015
Summary: This is a very good game, a spin off from the other GTAs it works as a stand alone so you don't need GTA4. I got this second hand so only paid few pounds and was well worth the money. The GTA games are not to everyone's taste but a mature attitude or gamer will find a lot to enjoy in this.