Are Grand Theft Auto IV Episodes on PS3 Just as Good?
14 April 2010
Excerpt: The fact that the console-exclusivity deal for these episodes has finally run out doesn't diminish the fact that these are two quality games bundled together for forty bucks (or less depending on where you're looking).
Pros: you like other sandbox games, violence and strip clubs.
Cons: you don't like guns, drugs or R-rated movies or you bought it months ago on the 360.
Excerpt: Grand theft Auto IV is probably the most highly anticipated game this year. Its probably even more anticipated than Metal Gear Solid 4. GTAIII Bought to the gaming world the whole sandbox, living world genre of games (inspiring Assassins creed, Prototype etc).
Conclusion: The out-of-context, arbitrary minutia that has plagued the genre (see Mass Effect) is no more, and the protagonist no longer a passive observer. Niko is as close to a living, breathing character as we’ve ever come.
Excerpt: The Grand Theft Auto series has always been the focal point of controversy. Previous games were controversial due to your ability to solicit a prostitute, or unlock sexual minigames, but the latest game is controversial for a whole new reason.
Grand Theft Auto IV: The Lost and Damned DLC Review
The Game Reviews
28 April 2009
Excerpt: It’s been a long time coming, but the first part of the infamous Grand Theft Auto IV DLC is finally upon us in all its glory. Microsoft paid a lot of money to get this content exclusively for the Xbox 360, and I’m here to tell you whether or not their money was money well
Excerpt: It takes an awful lot for me to spend extended periods of time playing games. I tend to pick at them, putting in a few hours a day over a week while doing other things in between. So, when GTA 4's game-time stat read 35 hours after just three days and my eyes were blood-shot it was obvious that this...
Excerpt: When it comes to open-ended game play, it’s safe to say that the Grand Theft Auto series paved the way for how future games can be played. In 2001, Rockstar released the third iteration in the crime franchise, which was the first 3-D installment.