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Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories Member Review for the PS2

Sams_Hitman By:
Sams_Hitman
08/24/06
PRINTER FRIENDLY VERSION
EMAIL TO A FRIEND
GENRE Action 
PLAYERS
PUBLISHER Rockstar 
DEVELOPER Rockstar 
RELEASE DATE  
M Contains Blood and Gore, Intense Violence, Strong Language, Strong Sexual Content, Use of Drugs

What do these ratings mean?

A classic from the past...

He's busting my balls, big pauley can we please wack him???

Grand Theft Auto LibertyCityStories is not such a bad game, yes it's has bad graphics and not such a good game engine like the others but what it introduces is a classic story we can all listen to.

It has a classic Mob story where Tony Cipriani returns to Liberty City, it has all that the orginal GTA three has but a little more. LibertyCityStories is still fun to me because of the freedom and like the playing of wacking people and the story is like in those mob movies such as "The boss of bosses" and "Good Fellas" and maybe "The God Father." (I have't seen it)

And also the fact that your back in the orginal city where Grand Theft Auto was born, it feels like home and reminds you that you travel like about five years in to your life. Wow can you beleave that???

-Gameplay

Same old freedom and chao in the streets due to your actions, well i can't help it, BAMM! oh no the cops, 2 stars nooo...

Mark for Gameplay: B

-Graphics

The Graphics are old but you can't forget in on a PSP.

Mark for Graphics: B-

-Sound

The sound is ok, but i love when i turn up the volume in the class, every turns around looking at me while i have the feds on my a*s. It attract alot of attension and people begin to wonder what kind of game I'm playing. I also love the theme song, i personally love the theme song, i even have it on my lime wire.

Mark for Sound: B [Introduces the showing off concept because of PSP]

-Controls

The analog and be a bit of a problem sometimes, looking around is differcult as well as drive-by's.

Mark for Controls: C

-Entertainment and Life Span

Can play anywhere, even at School

Mark for Entertainment and Life Span: B

This is a classic and my opinion is it's still a good game so for those who want a classic story and that takes place in the first city, this is your game.

What I specifcly love about this game is, it's gta anywhere you want!


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