Grand Theft Auto: Episodes from Liberty City is a Adventuring game available on the PS3 360.
Grand Theft Auto: Episodes from Liberty City is a Adventuring game. Adventure games are enjoyed for two reasons: they provide enemy encounters that require tactics and strategy to conquor, and they create a fantasy world in which to explore and adventure.
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Grand Theft Auto: Episodes from Liberty City PS3 provides two different but equally compelling stories well worth returning to the metropolis for. Whether you want to dress up or dress down, you'll find great writing, tonnes of brilliant new missions and a host of returning characters to make it worth your while.
Liberty City is an incredibly rich tapestry where different stories are told - these episodes gives us two tales from very different ends of its seedy underbelly. Whilst both of them are set within the same geography, each has its own style and fresh feel even after recently playing the original.
Expanding the world of Grand Theft Auto 4 comes this standalone version which contains two new stories that take place in Liberty City. The Lost and the Damned follows Johnny Klebitz, the VP of 'The Lost' biker gang as he struggles to control the gang's sociopathic President, his brother Billy. Back from rehab Billy soon destroys all of Johnny work to maintain the peace between rival gangs and it soon becomes a bloody battle between cops, rivals and a feud between brothers.
The Ballad of Gay Tony tells the story of Luis Lopez, a part-time thug and full-time employee of the legendary nightclub owner Tony Price (Gay Tony). This story injects some much needed glitz and glamour into the world of GTA IV whilst still offering a murky plot that has players struggling to cope with the competing loyalties of friends and family. With both stories intersecting the main plot of Grand Theft Auto 4, these exclusive Xbox 360 episodes offer a new twist on the most involving game of the generation.
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