Grand Theft Auto: Episodes from Liberty City

Grand Theft Auto: Episodes from Liberty City

  • Brings the interweaving Grand Theft Auto IV stories of Niko Bellic (main game), Johnny Klebitz (The Lost and Damned) and Luis Lopez (The Ballad of Gay Tony) to an explosive conclusion.
  • Contains The Lost and Damned and The Ballad of Gay Tony, on one disc. These were originally digital content releases for GTAIV that were unavailable to PC players.
  • Both games are standalone releases that do not require the original Grand Theft Auto IV game, or an Internet connection for their single player campaigns. (multiplayer modes are online)
  • Complete your Grand Theft Auto IV experience with powerful new weapons, vehicles, music, features and new mission types.
  • Each episode contains both a single player campaign as well as a variety of online multiplayer modes specific to the storyline of each.

Get ready to experience the Liberty City of Grand Theft Auto IV on your PC like never before. Originally created as supplemental episodic content for Grand Theft Auto IV, but not available to players on the PC platform, Grand Theft Auto: Episodes From Liberty City is now available to all pertinent platforms introducing new characters, new weapons, new online multiplayer challenges and two new stories. Available as two standalone games on one disc, these two episodes, The Lost and Damned and The

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3 Responses to Grand Theft Auto: Episodes from Liberty City

  1. Emac says:
    7 of 7 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great Game for the Price! Works fine if you exceed Minimum Specs, December 28, 2010
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    Emac
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    Before I start this review, let me go over my computer specs:

    AMD Phenom II 955 OC’ed to 3.9GHz
    GTX 470 OC’ed
    4GB DDR3 1600 Memory
    Windows 7 x64 Professional
    + other not as important components

    I bought this game during the End of the Year Sale ($7.50) and am thankful I did. I used to play a MMORPG called All Points Bulletin (APB) but it shut down. It was a MMO with a GTA concept. Since APB and its owner RTW went bankrupt, this game has become a playful replacement. This GTA is great for those who are mainly seeking a Single Player Story game because the Multiplayer doesn’t really get many other people in it. The game works flawlessly on my computer with an average over 50fps on everything MAX settings. If you’re hardware is close to the minimum specs then don’t expect to play on highest settings; toy around with the settings and use the benchmark to find which gives you the best fps/best gaming experience. Prior to purchasing this game, please note that this game is a DIGITAL DOWNLOAD meaning you will have to download Amazon’s game downloading client which will download the game through the internet. ALSO, please be aware that this game is HUGE (16GB!) so you should either have good internet or just have this download overnight. I believe this game has 2 stories to it as there is an option to choose between the 2 in the start-up. If you’re reading this and the end of the year sale is still going on I would recommend purchasing this or GTA IV if you’re looking for something to pass the time for less than $10. This game also supports controllers so you can use/buy an Xbox controller and plug it in via USB and it’s great. Also this game utilizes Windows Live.

    PS: I also purchased Bioshock 2 for $5 :)

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  2. J. Martin says:
    10 of 12 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    More GTA Excellence Presented in Better Graphics!, May 16, 2010
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    J. Martin (The United States) –
    Fun:5.0 out of 5 stars 
    This review is from: Grand Theft Auto: Episodes from Liberty City (DVD-ROM)

    For those of you familiar with the Grand Theft Auto series, you’ll know right away how fun this series can be. It’s an open world and you can do everything from carjacking people, to doing hitman missions for various powerful criminals (sometimes mafia types and that sort of thing) in the city. You can even visit virtual strip clubs in the game, and listen to the radio while you drive around the city, or even watch TV on the game on the TV in your character’s apartment!

    There is a huge amount of content here to play with and enjoy. In Episodes from Liberty City (commonly referred to as EFLC), you get two somewhat smaller GTA games set inside the very same Liberty City you may have gotten to know when you played Grand Theft Auto IV – and you may even spot your old character and some other people you know and recognize from GTAIV as they conduct their own affairs and pursue their destinies in Liberty City!

    Now that you know a handful of reasons for why you SHOULD buy this set of games, I’ll highlight two issues that might make you reconsider and decide not to purchase. First, the game incorporates the same old SecuROM DRM software that GTAIV had. If you played GTAIV and didn’t care, you shouldn’t mind this. But if you thought SecuROM in GTAIV was a real pain, you’ll encounter the same issue with this game, unfortunately.

    The other reason you might reconsider purchasing this game is that the very same bug that plagued GTAIV (some kind of annoying memmory/texture leak issue) remains present and unfixed in this game. Basically, after a while of driving around, doing missions, and in general having fun and raising **** as is customary in GTA games, you might encounter a bug where some of your in-game textures get replaced with lower-resolution textures, and ultimately disappear entirely. While it is a real shame that Rockstar didn’t fix this issue, it is worth noting that it is fairly easily addressed: just restart your game every couple missions or so, and the problem is remedied.

    On the whole, these new additions to the Grand Theft Auto series (this game pack and GTAIV) are wonderful and worthy additions to the series that enhance the gameplay with updated graphics and physics. As such, as you should expect, you’ll need a reasonably modern system to run them well.

    My system specs:
    Phenom 9850 BE Quad-Core Processor @ 2.5 GHZ
    NVIDIA 9600 GT 512mb
    4GB DDR2 1066
    Windows Vista 32bit

    On this system of mine, I ran GTAIV and EFLC at 1920×1200 resolution on medium settings, and the game looked and ran fine most of the time, with the only exception being the easily remedied memory leak issue I discussed earlier in this post. Most people tell me your processor and memory are what you really need to watch to run this game well, and the reviews I’ve read suggested that, with the good multi-core processing support this game offers, you’ll want a Quad-Core, or at least a fast dual-core to run it nicely.

    In the tradition of the Grand Theft Auto classics that preceded this and GTAIV such as GTA: San Andreas and GTA: Vice City, this game is a quality addition to the overall lineup of games in the Grand Theft Auto series, and offers direly needed graphics and physics updates. All in all, this is arguably a game you shouldn’t miss, especially if you liked the other Grand Theft Auto games and you have a good enough system to run it.

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  3. A. Pelletier says:
    2 of 2 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Works perfect, Great Game!, March 8, 2011
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    A. Pelletier (Coventry, RI) –
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    I run this well on a moderate system. Nvidia GT 240, 4G Ram, AMD X2 5400. Runs great, good story line for both parts of the game though the Ballad of Gay Tony is clearly superior to Lost and Damned.

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