Grand Theft Auto IV released to the world back in the only way it knew how, surrounded with media criticism, critical praise, and millions of devoted fans buying out copies to make it at the time the largest entertainment release of all time. Of course to keep a game going these days you have to keep it fresh with new content. Rockstar promised owners such content in the form of two story based add-ons for the game.
I was wanting some more open world goodness. So, If I were only to play one of them which one should I go for assuming I decide to throw it in and start one of them up? I never bothered finishing Ballad Of Gay Tony, it had very little charm about it.
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Even considering the formidable standards of the GTA universe, this living, breathing version of New York City really raised the bar to a whole new level. So it's perhaps fitting that the final episode from this acclaimed city will be bigger, bolder and brighter than ever. The Ballad Of Gay Tony rockets the player into the glossy world of Liberty City's high rolling billionaires who love flash cars, big guns and loose women or men, as the case may be. So Digital Spy joined Rockstar Games for a hands-on with the final hurrah of this majestic metropolis.
Tony is in serious financial trouble, having taken out massive loans from the Ancelotti crime family and Mori Kibbutz in order to keep his clubs running. Luis manages to intercept a meeting to trade the diamonds and recovers them. Bulgarin soon reveals that the diamonds are his property, and believes that Luis and Tony colluded to steal them, marking them for death.
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The over-the-top style of this new episode is reminiscent of the kind of action found in the Grand Theft Auto III games. Fans who bemoaned the lack of such action in Grand Theft Auto IV should find much of what they were looking for here. This guide covers all 26 missions, with videos to help you through the trickier parts, as well as information on side missions, mini-games, and random character encounters. This site is not affiliated in any way with Microsoft, Sony, Sega, Nintendo or any video game publishers.
The achievements of this game can be broken in three groups:. None of the achievements are missable thanks to a feature available in the post-game after completing the story that allows you to replay every mission by picking it up from the list on the cell phone. On the other hand, there are some missions which feature specific difficulties that you may want to "practice" by repeating those specific portions.