Grand Theft Auto IV puts gamers in an all-new version of Liberty City, a living, breathing environment inspired by the greatest city in the real world -- New York.Playing as Eastern European immigrant Niko Bellic, you'll find out firsthand just what it's like to be a strange person in an even stranger land.This site is for real country folk looking for love. Meet people according to their favourite literature – so long as it’s not Anime porn?
Sure, GTA: San Andreas might've had a bigger environment to explore than Grand Theft Auto IV.
But you've never seen a more densely-populated, detailed and engaging environment in any other video game, ever.
They better not think of crossing that West River and not looking over their shoulders.
The dialogue is amazingly realistic and the missions are unique and allow you to beat them at your own pace. The multiplayer also allows you to change settings such as traffic, police, and weapons of course.
This game has the best story line that truly makes feel for the main character Niko. From team deathmatch to racing, this game has it all. The graphics and city area do not change when playing online, so you have more freedom than any game out there. If you own a next-gen console or are thinking of getting either an Xbox 360 or PS3, this needs to be at the top of your list when picking out your next game.
[...] See more » I picked the special edition version up at Midnight with my best friend and then I called in sick to work the next day. Now to the part of the game that puts it over the top of EVERY next-gen console... You can play with up to 16 people in a wide range of scenarios. I have to stop this review now and get back into the game.
Like the other relationships that Niko has with his friends in GTA IV, favor can be gained with girlfriends by taking them to different venues around the city.
Unlike the male friends, however, dating is more than just worrying about the venue.
I had to get past my Pavlov dog’s reaction to cringe at the idea, especially since a) I write about sex and relationships and b) it’s 2013 and I know more people who date online then don’t.