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GamesRadar: The Ballad of Gay Tony Review

With the release of its second (and probably last) downloadable episode, the story begun in Grand Theft Auto IV is finally complete. So far, we've seen the immigrant-disillusionment story of Niko Bellic and the sad bikers-in-decline tale of The Lost and Damned, each more gritty and depressing than the last. The Ballad of Gay Tony, meanwhile, ends the series on a relative high note, delving into Liberty City's neon-drenched nightclub scene and the lives of its ultra-rich celebrities and power players. It's bigger than Lost and Damned, more upbeat than GTA IV and delivers the fast cars, awesome weapons and over-the-top side activities that many fans had hoped to see after GTA: San Andreas.

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WenisWagon5376d ago

for this Xbox 360 exclusive.

Greywulf5376d ago

So.. DLC is the 360's "AAA" lineup? so without DLC from a old game.. that leaves...

1 aaa in 2009.

epic.

BreakNeckSpeed5376d ago

Do you want tissues with that ?

Sm0k3y_Bac0n5376d ago

Very good. And to people who say this is rubbish because its DLC. Its longer than most PS2 games and cheaper than they were when they came out.

And its longer than a lot of 360/PS3/Wii games as well.

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Major Changes Are Coming To GTA IV And Episodes From Liberty City

The Steam versions of Grand Theft Auto IV and Episodes From Liberty City are combining, and players who own one or the other are in for some changes.

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annoyedgamer1609d ago

I woupdn't update the game. It doesnt have game breaking issues and I would lose one of the radio stations.

jeromeface1609d ago

steam has removed this option

monkey6021609d ago

"Thankfully, players will seemingly easily be able to update their game to the new version easily by simply installing "

What the fuck kind of sentence structure is that?!

GTA4 was the worst game in the entire series and the only one I've ever truly hated

SegaSaturn6691609d ago

I really liked the tv stations on gta 4. Other than that, I agree. Horrible racing missions.

CrimsonWing691609d ago

I guess they can’t afford editors.

umair_s511609d ago

I loved 4 ...want a remaster for PS4 Xbox one

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Orionsangel1609d ago

They'll never get rid of how slow and sluggish these games feel. Your character and vehicles feel too heavy. Even on the most powerful rigs. I love how GTAV fixed it though.

Profchaos1609d ago (Edited 1609d ago )

Your character was a mid 30/40 year old personally I felt like he controlled the way most people in that age range move.
And it had better driving physics than v did cars have weight and it felt correct compared to v everything drives like a sports car and turns corners on a dime

DerfDerf1609d ago

The driving physics in GTA4 were far superior to 5. Everyone complains because of the physics engine used but it's one of the things I love about 4

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Looking back to 2009 and the action packed Grand Theft Auto: The Ballad of Gay Tony

Nick writes: "If you fancy some GTA nostalgia, and/or want to dive back into the GTA IV package in its entirety, I would say that if nothing else strikes your fancy, The Ballad of Gay Tony should."

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SegaGamer1719d ago (Edited 1719d ago )

One of the very rare cases where DLC was done right. This is what DLC should have been, a proper expansion pack, not what it has become today.

PowerOfTheCloud1718d ago

Right, the dlc's were better than the actual game imo

chrisx1719d ago

Ballad of gay Tony was great

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PhoenixUp1719d ago

Back in a time when we got single player DLC for GTA when it was promised