When Billy Grey returns from rehab hell-bent on bloodshed and debauchery, Johnny Klebitz finds himself in the middle of a vicious turf war with rival gangs for control of a city torn apart by violence and corruption.
Expansion pack for Grand Theft Auto IV that add extra missions, areas, weapons, characters, and more to the original game, as well as a new storyline for Alderney biker Johnny Klebitz and Dominican nightclub bodyguard Luis Fernando Lopez.
A sequel to Grand Theft Auto (1997), this game once again puts the player in the role of an aspiring thug hoping to climb to the top of the criminal world by completing missions and terrorizing the citizenry.
Niko Bellic comes to Liberty City, America to live the good life, but ends up having to assist his dangerously indebted cousin Roman with his financial troubles, by any (mostly illegal) means necessary.
Now onto a personal thing. I completed the game with my stats saying that I did not get wasted, busted or fail a mission. After a long hiatus, I picked up the game and started playing free roam. I began a rampage mission and due to my unfamiliarity to the controls from a long time without playing, I died. Now, when I used to die on missions I immediately turn off the DS and restart it so that my stats stay zero. But this time when I rebooted the DS, I was in a different location to my last save. I checked my stats and it said wasted = 1. How is that possible when I disabled auto-save (the worst video game invention) when I started the game and haven't touched it since. Checked the settings and there it is; Auto-save = on. Not sure how that happened, maybe a bug, an update, Nintendo generally being shite.
But no problem, I'll just load up my older save...where is it? Oh yeah the auto-save that I turned off had over-written the HARD save that I had made in a safehouse. So from completing the entire game with my stats staying clean, a stupid rampage mission death had ruined the whole game. Won't ever pick it up and play it again.
Bad, bad, bad design. A complete miss-step, Rockstar. Get rid of auto-save and statistics for how many times we die. Who wants to know that?
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