Bart Robson, Thunderbolt Games: "The installation has taken me nearly two hours. The game itself is on two DVDs, amounting to a whopping 14GB of data plopped onto my hard drive. That's more than Crysis. Still, I'm a PC gamer, so I'm used to big games. Then the activation came. GTA IV uses SecuROM, that garbage software that ruined Crysis: Warhead by giving you only three installs, and connecting to the internet every time you wanted to play. After waiting for GTA to install, I was ready to play.
The game wasn't, though."