Grand Theft Auto: Episodes From Liberty City (Compilation, The Lost and Damned and The Ballad of Gay Tony)

review: These new story lines which at (new original music) times show me another side of the story I was already in, (TV and radio programs) are truly a great addition to an already great game. (new internet content) I love the new perspective…even if there were no other (multifaceted metropolis of Liberty City) additions to the game…

However, there are many additions. (nightclub) First and foremost. is much more fun in the Lost and the Damned. (glamorous perspective) It is much more forgiving and allows you to ride the bike without fear (Luis Lopez in Gta: The Ballad of Gay Tony) that the slightest bump will send you flying. Don’t get me wrong, (two-wheel gangland adventures) you can still have a horrific crash, but a little bumping here (Blood and Gore) and there is no big deal now and you can keep on riding. (glitzy nightclub) I was concerned about having to ride the motorcycles all (Liberty City from a more glamorous) the time because the mechanics of it were so touchy in (Intense Violence) the original game, but this is a vast improvement. 90/100

Game Details:
Platform: PC
Genre: Action
Styles: Modern Action Adventure
Developer:Rockstar Games
Publisher:Rockstar Games
Release: Apr 13, 2010
Controls: Keyboard/Mouse/Gamepad

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