Derek writes: GTA IV managed to generate $2 billion in worldwide sales in its heyday, but it doesn't hold a candle to GTA V's juggernaut earnings.
this explains why their servers are still running for this game
servers arent that expensive to run, especially when they are low population. I still play guild wars 1 every now and then which was released in 2005
The servers for that are still open? Damn I'll have to try and find my old account, that game was great back in the day.
yeah man ^^ although they arent that populated anymore obviously. I think during festivals a lot of people come back (winter and lunar new year or something). There were about 3 full Kamadan districts on US servers at those times. it was awesome back in the day yeah, besides the stiff movement I really love the game still.
My favorite grand theft auto game. I love this game.
interesting..probably the first time ive ever heard someone say that. To each their own! My least favorite GTA. Funny how the world works.
Same for me. Vice City is still the best imo. I hope for a full remake sometimes.
It is the highest rated GTA on Metacritic, after all.
Niko, I'm so glad your here. Welcome to America!
I loved it, but for me its SA
Roman, is that you?
It was a lot more interesting than GTA V, it actually felt like it was aimed at adults, not die to violence but the themes explored and general tone.
It's amazing the longevity of this game. When they release it on the new consoles. The game will have spanned three generations of consoles. Crazy
The Lost and Damned was a good DLC addition.
By far the worst GTA. supremely overrated as with 5 (my opinion)
Please Rockstar release a remastered version on next gen consoles 🙏🏻
I hope so. To much grind for gta v online.
That's great now can we get a remaster for PS4/PS5? Would love to play this game again at 60fps with updated controls, especially the driving.
GTA IV had my favorite story
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