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Grand Theft Auto IV

Three for Four

Grand Theft Auto IV does the compilation thing, so now is the time to dive in if you've been waiting...
Author: Aram Lecis
Published: October 27, 2010
By now most of us have walked in the shoes of Niko Bellic in Grand Theft Auto IV, the motorcycle boots of Johnny Klebitz in GTA IV: The Lost and The Damned and the casual loafers of Luis Lopez in GTA IV: The Ballad of Gay Tony. But for those intrepid few of you that were holding out, or who just turned seventeen and can buy it without mommy's permission, now is the best time of all to return to the mean streets of Liberty City, where you can do the crime and do the time, but you won't ever make it to the top. Why now, you ask? Read on...


Rockstar today announced the release of Grand Theft Auto IV: Complete Edition that will bring together the original game and its two expansions for the first time on one Blu-ray disc. For the moderately consumer-friendly price of $39.99, you can head down to your favorite retailer right now and grab yourself some open-world goodness that will probably take you well over a hundred hours to fully explore.

“Each story in the Grand Theft Auto IV trilogy brought new perspectives and new gameplay to the amazing world of Liberty City,” said Sam Houser, Founder of Rockstar Games. “We’re happy to bring these three experiences together for the first time in one complete package.”

While not as innovative as early titles in the series, we did enjoy our time with GTA IV and didn't hate the two expansions, and putting them all together into one neat package (it better include fold-out maps!) has our full support. Now if we could just get some word on Agent or L.A. Noire, that would be great, Rockstar!