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|Rating:||M - Mature||Platform:||Sony PlayStation 3|
|MPN:||BLUS-30127||Game Name:||Grand Theft Auto IV|
|Publisher:||Rockstar Games||Features:||Manual Included|
|Take on the role of a rough and ready European emigrant, Niko Bellic, and be ready to explore the promises and promised lands of Liberty City. Fight for the dreams, the luxuries, and the good life, in groundbreaking scenery reaching new levels of detail. Battle towards a better life, pay back debts, and taste the style. Explore the four boroughs in densely packed scenery with no shortage of items for the taking. An advanced 3-D engine provides greater player and character interaction with lifelike storylines and realistic turning points. Players have unrestricted freedom of action for unfettered combat and new aiming systems with precision control.|
|eBay Product ID (ePID)||53683360|
|Product Key Features|
|Platform||Sony PlayStation 3|
|Game Name||Grand Theft Auto IV|
|Rating||M - Mature|
|Additional Product Features|
|Number of Players||1|
|ESRB Rating||M - Mature|
|Genre||Action/Adventure, Adventure, Action/Adventure|
|ESRB Descriptor||Blood, Intense Violence, Partial Nudity, Strong Language, Strong Sexual Content, Use of Drugs and Alcohol|
|Game Name Special Features||Includes a new aiming and cover system to enhance combat Listen to licensed music and humorous talk radio on a choice of 18 themed radio stations Use Niko's mobile phone to call friends, police, fire departments, paramedics, o|
|Game Name Series||Grand Theft Auto Series|
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This game looks WAY better than GTA games of the past. The motions, environments, lighting and everything are significantly more realistic, including the outrageous blood and guts factor (gotta see it!!). However, the drawback for ME is the somewhat sloppy and loose controls. The reaction time is a little slow also, but the part that is my complaint is how loose the controls are. Seriously, too loose. I'll list the good & bad, and you can make up your own mind. The Good: Updated graphics Realistic Gore (Crashes, Injuries, Accedents, Bloodshed etc.) Realistic Characters (Motions, Voices, Reactions etc.) The Bad: Controls (Too Loose, Slow Reaction Time) The Music (They decided to NOT pay for "real" music this time.) Driving (It's too easy to spin out and/or crash which CAN kill you!!!) The Ugly (but awesome): The BLOOD!! Body parts fly, blood flows and splatters and the dead bodies will roll!!! Basically, if you can get used to the controls, this game is awesome. If this review was helpful, insightful or informative, please rate it accordingly to help other eBay members see it. Check out my other reviews. I regularly review Video Games, Manga, Anime, Horror & Pro Wrestling DVDs, so be sure to check!! Want me to review something? Let me know!!! Thanks everyone!!!
Grand Theft Auto IV
I like the amazing connection this game has to what I recall as "real life" as a young adult. I am older but, I knew the streets and this nails it at insofar as New York City, Chicago, Los Angeles street attitudes. Plus, it's just FUN. I believe it is a healthy attitude to get out destructive desires through games ( I am 57 !) and this is one of the best I know to do that. I could live without the cell phone and I would like to have much more accessibility to entering stores and businesses through out this adventure. I loved Duke Nukem, Doom and this brings a lot of that energy while being much more realistic in my fantasy. Steal a car, shoot some idiot for blocking you or smarting off. Basic real life we wish we could do but can't and don't. Get that all here and FUN. Enjoy Andy in Maine I rated it good but, in fact, it is excellent overall. Good because it could be so much more fun if I could duck into businesses, stores, houses along the way. Don't leave the hospital. Go back in and practice mayhem and destruction. Best way to learn to use the control pad, weapons and moves necessary out on the streets.: )
Great New Addition to the GTA Series
This is a great new addition to the GTA Series. It has its pro's and Con's. It has great new features to where you can actually watch a television show in the game! How cool is that! All new way to meet girlfriends, via The Internet Cafe also. Has plenty of missions, and a great storyline. It also have improved shooting to where you can actually take cover and shoot from behind something. What I didn't like about it, is how they took the gym thing out. In san andreas you could actually go to the gym and work out. You could get your character beefed up, this game doesn't have it. I wish they woulda kept the concept of your skills get better the more you use them. So they did leave out some really cool stuff, but added others. So I rated this a good! Its a BUY! Not a rent
Story and world detail is good; not much else. Doesn't hold up
GTA IV has a lot of driving as the title implies, and the driving... is bad. The lack of any traction makes any car driving a dumpster on ice. The characters, a few hours in, are mostly unlikable, or neutral; Niko, the player character, is the only one I've liked so far. The graphics still look okay in 2019 and my favorite bit is the amount of damage cars take, scrunching in an amount not matched even by demolition derby games. The atmosphere and colors really complement the story, which is what kept me playing for hours, to see where it went, mostly how Niko would rise up the ranks and where he'd end up. The shooting gameplay is servicable if a bit slow. If you wanted to get into GTA with cheaper titles than GTA V, I would recommend Vice City or San Andreas over this any day. It's about the same price as Vice City or San Andreas, too.
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A Honest Review
When I bought my PS3, I did so soley for GTA IV, and who could blame me right? The extra graphics boost provided by the BluRay quality, and free online play to boot, right? Well, I've got to say that while I deeply enjoy this game, I do have some aspects that I don't enjoy so much. Lets start off with the good things, shall we? The first thing we see is that this is NOTHING like the Liberty City we saw back in GTA III - if I had to take a guess I'd say that most of the city had been blown up and rebuilt sometime between the two stories. It's such an amazingly open world, with no loading time as you enter buildings and none of that "cell lag" as when you start speeding down the freeway. On a 1080p TV with the lights turned off and a good surround sound system, you really do feel like you're part of the game. The level of detail thrown into the sounds for this game go far beyond casual appreciation. The cars and their collisions became a lot more life like. You're no longer superman on a motorcycle (and actually since playing this game my desire to purchase a motorcycle has dropped significantly, lol) and when you crash headfirst into a wall, there's good chance you're going through that windshield. Furthermore your car isn't exactly going to take being fully impacted by a semi with a grin on its face - if you damage the engine the car doesn't run. Small details like this add a huge element to realism to the game. But then again there are things I don't really enjoy... In all of the other GTA games, the more... "sexual" aspects of the game were always optional - you didn't have to go and pick up a prostitute if you didn't want to, or visit a strip club, so on so forth. But in GTA IV, several aspects of the sexual attitude of the game are simply unavoidable. From your cousin sending you pictures via your cell phone, to some steriod junky talking more vulgarly than all the other GTA games put together. The dialog in this game is so much more severe than in the other games, I actually find myself skipping some cut scenes - and I'm by no means sensitive to foul language. The ESRB really laxed their standards with this one, because I've seen other games get an "A for Adult" rating based soley on similar dialog. I'm just fine and capable of overlooking some of the "missing features" of the game such as full character customization, manuverable forklift forks, being able to town things with the semi's and airport tug's, sub-aquatic swimming, and a large variety of aircraft (though I do have to admit that the jet from San Andreas would have been a nice carry-over), but what I can't over look is the complete lack of the military in this game. In every other GTA game, including the side story games, military influence has been present. At a 6 Star Wanted level, I expect to have to steal a tank if I want to survive, but not only does the military never come in GTA IV, but there aren't even any tanks in the game. So what is the thing that makes me rate this game "Good" despite it all? The holy grail of online gameplay - that's what. With GTA IV and the Playstation Network, you get an online experience like no other. With death matches, team games, and races (even death races) you've got a lot to do - but then they throw even more at you with the introduction of coperative play missions and the introduction to an amazing Free Mode, where you're free to do anything and everything you want. It's definatly worth getting.