RPG game. The other part of famous game about big cities and mafias provides new story with new heroes. This time everything happens in the Liberty City, which is more convincing as a living, breathing urban environment than anything that you have seen in a game before. The main hero is Niko, who has no luck. He's compelled to start working for one of the factions shortly after arriving, when he learns that his cousin Roman has some potentially fatal gambling debts. Niko's military experience makes him a useful freelancer for employers in the business of killing each other. He does whatever is asked of him in the hope that completing missions for other people will ultimately give him the means to complete his own. Actually, Niko doesn't have to do everything that is asked of him. During the gameplay you should make decisions and choose from amount of missions. You don't necessarily have to kill a target if he or she promises to disappear, but you have to weigh the risk of your employer finding out against the possibility that the person whose life you spare might prove useful later in the game, or even have work for you in the form of bonus missions. So your task is simple to make missions, get risks and try to be far from police. Also it is good that during the game you have not only your work, but even some fun with friends and lovely person. You could try to be a real guy with car, gun, a lot of friends, girls, and money.
Style and atmosphere inside the game:
The atmosphere of big city with roads and fast cars, with stolen pockets and night clubs is waiting for you. You are given everything from mobile telephone and money to the car and GPS system. You are given GPS system which helps you to navigate in the city streets. Any time you have a brush with the law, the GPS shows you the exact locations of patrol cars and cops on foot in your area, and highlights the circular area where they're concentrating their search. During the gameplay you can not only work, you can also watch hours of television, take on challenging assassination missions, perfect your darts game, establish new friendships, go on dates, surf the Web, stunt jump and many other things. GTA IV's fifteen multiplayer modes, each with a host of options, could have easily comprised a standalone release. Getting online in Grand Theft Auto IV couldn't be easier. You simply select the multiplayer option on your cell phone, choose which type of game you want to host or join, and then enter a lobby and wait for the game to start. You won't be getting bored staring at a list of names while you're waiting, though, because when you enter a lobby you actually enter an online version of Liberty City in which you and up to 15 other players are free to do anything. There are more than a dozen different multiplayer modes to choose from, and although some of them are variations on similar themes, there's certainly no shortage of variety. As the host of a multiplayer session, you also have the freedom to greatly customize all of the game types with variables such as friendly fire, police presence, weapons sets, traffic levels, radar functionality, and many more. You can choose where you'd like your game to take place as well, considering that many gameplay modes can be played either on a specific Liberty City island or across the entire map. The phone is also used as an organizer to remind you of critical events and can be customized with new ring tones and wallpapers. The dialogue in GTA IV is rich, funny, brilliant, insightful, and engaging. So many times your reward for beating a mission isn't a new weapon or an elaborate cinematic cut-scene -- it's just dialogue. There are mini-games for darts, pool, and bowling. But you can also check out the god-awful cabaret or watch one of several comedy sets by Ricky Gervais and Katt Williams. There are more than 90 story missions that give you the opportunity to choose from.
Offline gameplay: 1 player
ESRB Ratio: Teen
Extras and features:
· Superb Character-Driven Story
· Liberty City Really Does Feel Alive
· Multiplayer Modes that Let 16 Players go Wild Across the Entire City
· Genuinely Funny Radio and TV Shows, Comedy Acts, and Character Dialogues
· Controls are much Improved over Previous Games
· Some minor visual quirks
Windows XP/Vista,Processor: AMD Athlon 2.2 GHz,1 GB RAM,Free hard drive space: 28 GB,256MB VRAM
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