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Welcome to Liberty City, a place plagued by crime, drugs, and lots of violence. With hopes of experiencing the "American Dream" while trying to escape his past, you play as Niko Bellic. From Europe fresh of the boat with bleak promises of wealth and luxury from his cousin Roman, Niko sets out to make a name for himself. He discovers though, that life in Liberty City isn't as glamorous as the picture his cousin painted for him through E-mail. Now buried in debt Niko must go back to his old ways to help get his cousin and himself out of the hole they plunged themselves in. The player pretty much has free reign in the city. Steal cars, traffic drugs, use explosives, and most of what you can think of if you went ballistic in New York city. Online multiplayer allows you to do all this and more with friends!Contribute
I bought it again a few weeks ago, because i had great memories with GTA4. Maybe it's because that was the first time i was able to play it through, i really enjoyed every minute of it, but now ... [+] I bought it again a few weeks ago, because i had great memories with GTA4. Maybe it's because that was the first time i was able to play it through, i really enjoyed every minute of it, but now, something has changed. Not to compare with Five, but it's clearly how R* make their games better and better with every game developed by them. Now GTA4 feels boring and buggy for me, with a lot of lack of gameplay improvements which they made in RDR, MP3, and GTA5. Weird to see how rudimentary was it.