YouGamers writes: "Grand Theft Auto IV was a massive hit with the critics last year when it arrived on the consoles. Players were not quite as enthusiastic - 10/10s and 100% scores were deemed to be overkill. GTA IV was a good game, but not that good. Still, even the most jaded players had to admit - GTA IV was a massive game made on a massive budget and it showed, pushing the envelope of what's possible on the consoles. PC version was almost certain even before it was officially announced, but Rockstar sure took their sweet time with it. And, unfortunately, it seems that the holidays arrived too early for Rockstar and GTA IV PC.
In case you have lived under a rock for the past year, Grand Theft Auto IV tells the story of Niko Bellic, a slavic tough guy that arrives to America to start over. His cousin Roman has already lived in Liberty City for many years and told the family back home how he was living the "American Dream". When Niko arrives, it turns out those stories were just that - stories. In reality Roman is running a little cab service and living in a small run-down apartment - and he's knee deep in trouble with loan sharks and other thugs. Still, the dream is alive."