Grand Theft Auto IV Review

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Befriend your inner dark side...


This is it: the Grand Theft Auto die-hard fans have been waiting for. Rockstar has attempted to pacify us with other crappy Grand Theft Auto games while waiting for this edition, but those games simply pass the time. Prepare to be engaged, disgusted, amazed, and best of all…stimulated…

Welcome back to Liberty City. It’s different than we remember; the graphics are better, we have a new character, and the city is massive. Yet it is not so different; keep your head low or receive a knuckle sandwich, stay away from the cops, and relax with a hooker on your lap. Ah yes, Liberty City is just as dark and dirty as any other GTA environment, but still has so much more to offer.


You are Niko Bellic, yet another European lured by the “land of opportunity”. Fresh off the boat, you meet up with your cousin Roman, and together try to pursue the American Dream (whatever that is). What you find along the way is a lot darker than anything you had imagined. Being poor and possessing a criminal history is no way to make it in this New York clone, as unfortunate Niko is about to find out. But hell, the underdogs don’t stay under for long. As soon as Niko learns that being rich doesn’t lessen vulnerability, Liberty City had best watch out…