Grand Theft Auto: Episodes from Liberty City (PC) Reviews
Product Type: Rockstar PC games
Description:Genre: Action & Shooter / Age: 18+ / Release: 2010-04-16 / Published by Rockstar
Newest Review: ... summon your gang to help out on missions. You can also summon your friends and buy guns off them, or get one of them to drop ... more
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Customer Grand Theft Auto: Episodes from Liberty City (PC) Reviews (3)
by - written on 27/10/11 (Very useful, 5 readings)
This pack includes the original GTA IV game (I reviewed this elsewhere) and two new stories featuring all-new characters, The Lost and the Damned and the Ballad of Gay Tony. I bought this pack having already purchased GTA IV on Steam. There is a large modding community for the GTA series and I needed all of the expansion packs to benefit from this. In The Lost and the Damned you take control of Johnny Klebitz, a Lieutenant in a Liberty City biker gang. The story revolves around the power struggle going on within the gang and is used as a basis for introducing new features. In some missions you're required to ride in formation, and towards the end of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/10/10 (Very useful, 5 readings)
If you have the High Spec computer required to play this game, then it is definately a must buy. The game holds host too two completely seperate story lines, though they do intertwine with one another every so often. The first story is The Lost and Damned, where you lead a Biker gang to dominate the competition. This game is good, though i find the story line did get a bit boring, and the extra weapons you get aren't as good as they are in the other story. The Ballad of Gay Tony is the second story and is much better than the other. In this story you run a series of nightclubs with your buisness partner Tony, and have a lot of debt problems that you are trying ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/04/10, updated on 25/04/10 (Very useful, 179 readings)
The PC port of GTA IV was a failure. Its performance was dreadful, and has remained dreadful as of the date of this review despite numerous patches being released during the intervening year and a half. The game itself was marred by poor AI and clunky controls, and these problems existed across gaming platforms from day one. GTA: Episodes From Liberty City (EFLC) is built upon the same engine as GTA IV, and therefore suffers from the same problems. A new patch was released to coincide with the release of the PC version of EFLC, which aimed to both patch the new game(s) and also to bring the original GTA IV up to date with the improvements of EFLC. The patch had ... Read the complete review
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