Grand Theft Auto 4 The Complete Edition
|a game by||Rockstar Toronto, and Rockstar North|
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|See also:||Action Adventure Games, GTA Download, Open World Games|
Grand Theft Auto 4 The Complete Edition is an open-world action game where you explore the seedy Liberty City, working your way up the underground crime circuit as you pursue the American dream. This chaos-filled adventure is all about freedom, letting players rampage around the city while they complete story missions, mini-games, and side activities at their leisure. The game also includes two standalone expansions, each offering a self-contained world full of criminal antics and fun. Armed to the teeth and ready to live a life of crime, Grand Theft Auto 4 The Complete Edition is one of the best open-world games ever made.
Main Game Features
- Open-world gameplay with complete freedom
- Over 80 story missions to complete
- Includes both expansion packs
Grand Theft Auto 4 The Complete Edition follows the story of Niko Bellic, an Eastern European immigrant who arrives in the port of Liberty City trying to hide from his dark history. To get him started in this unforgiving town, Niko reunites with his cousin Roman, shacking up in a nearby apartment and working as a taxi driver. However, Niko has much bigger plans ahead, including a violent revenge over a decade in the making. After working with some unsavory criminals at his work, Niko's life changes for good, prompting a rampage that will spread across Liberty City. Overall, the story of Grand Theft Auto 4 The Complete Edition is one of the best in the series, with unforgettable characters and moments.
This package also includes two standalone expansions called Grand Theft Auto: Episodes from Liberty City, including The Lost and the Damned and The Ballad of Gay Tony. The Lost and the Damned expansion follows the rough and ragged biker Johnny Klebitz as he attempts to run his criminal motorcycle club. The Ballad of Gay Tony focuses on Luis Lopez, a bodyguard who protects one of the most popular nightclub owners in the city. Both expansions have high-quality stories and are possibly better than the main game, but that will depend on your taste.
While it might look a little different, Grand Theft Auto 4 The Complete Edition is set in Liberty City, the same locale for Grand Theft Auto III. After the tutorial mission, players are free to roam the environment, completing missions for characters, stealing cars, and doing whatever else they find enjoyable. There are over 80 story missions available, telling the tragic tale of Niko and his attempts at revenge. As you progress through the story, more sections of the city open up, offering even more places to cause mayhem. If you break the law, the police will come down hard, so you better be prepared to fight back or face the consequences.
In comparison to previous Grand Theft Auto games, Grand Theft Auto 4 The Complete Edition has a lot of side activities, including casual sports like darts and bowling. If you're lucky, you can meet a handful of possible girlfriends for Niko, which you can take on dates by calling them on the phone. You can take your date to the carnival, out for drinks, and more. There are also special missions that can be toggled by finding specific vehicles, such as ambulances, taxis, and police cars.
Overall, there are a ton of things to do in Grand Theft Auto 4 The Complete Edition, making it a hard game to put down. When you're not playing the fantastic story missions, it's easy to sit back and drive around town, listening to the radio or speeding through traffic.
Building relationships with friends and dates is a fun addition to the franchise too, along with the neat mini-games. The two expansion packs are also loads of fun, adding even more wacky activities and engaging stories. No matter how you look at it, Grand Theft Auto 4 The Complete Edition is worth playing.
- Serious and emotional storytelling
- Tons of fun to cause chaos
- Both expansions are amazing
- Driving feels weird at first
- NPCs can be annoying
- Some very tough missions
Download Grand Theft Auto 4 The Complete Edition
- PC compatible
- Operating systems: Windows 10/Windows 8/Windows 7/2000/Vista/WinXP
Snapshots and Media
- Grand Theft Auto V
- Grand Theft Auto: The Director's Cut
- Grand Theft Auto: Vice City - GTA Vice City Modern
- Grand Theft Auto III
- Grand Theft Auto IV
- Grand Theft Auto V - GTA V Redux
- Grand Theft Auto Advance
- Grand Theft Auto Double Pack
- Grand Theft Auto: Episodes from Liberty City
- Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories
- Grand Theft Auto: London, 1961
- Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas