Reviews and Problems with Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories
Showing 1-10 of 45
A ''Ok'' Gta Game
2013CODFAN , GameStop
7 July 2013
Summary: I,ve felt like I,ve played this before, I mean this game is almost the same as gta 3, the city is the same, the character in this looks just like Claude from gta 3, the weapons are changed up by a little bit, and the characters look like they got their faces stomped on 100 times, storyline was boring, vehicles were awful, the camera hates you, I mean their is more to do in this, I would much rather play this than gta 3, but im not the biggest fan of this one, but its...
Summary: What can I say about Grand Theft Auto Liberty City Stories that hasn't already been said? On the PSP, Rockstar offered a sprawling urban epic never before seen on a handheld. Despite, a single analog stick and only 2 shoulder buttons, which presented a challenge to controlling GTA on a handheld and a impossible camera control. LCS remained strong.
Summary: gta lcs was good but not too much to expect if you've played gta III but I think lcs was a little better than gta III because liberty city was a little bigger and had more variety of weapons but overall good game but but they should of made it better since it's newer than san andreas but rockstar probably wanted gta san andreas to be historical.
Summary: Liberty City Stories pales in comparison to the "real" Grand Theft Auto games developed by Rockstar North, and this port to PS2 feels suspiciously like a cash-in, something the megapopular series has been very careful about in the past. Without the benefit of running on a portable platform, all of this game's problems stick out in a much more noticeable fashion.
Summary: Although this will not go down as the best game, GTA LCS is still enjoyable enough as it is and the characters, voices and the soundtrack are all fine and the story and gameplay are fairly decent. This game is a reasonable little earner that there is something to enjoy and that's just good enough for some fans.