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Grand Theft Auto IV: Episodes From Liberty City PS3 - PRE ORDER - £22.26 delivered using code PLAY10 @ The Hut

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Grand Theft Auto: Episodes from Liberty City contains two brand new complete games The Ballad of Gay Tony & The Lost and Damned together in one box. The Ballad of Gay Tony The Ballad of Gay…
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Grand Theft Auto: Episodes from Liberty City contains two brand new complete games The Ballad of Gay Tony & The Lost and Damned together in one box.


The Ballad of Gay Tony

The Ballad of Gay Tony injects Liberty City with an overdose of guns, glitz, and grime. As Luis Lopez, part-time hoodlum and full-time assistant to legendary nightclub impresario Tony Prince (aka Gay Tony), players will struggle with the competing loyalties of family and friends, and with the uncertainty about who is real and who is fake in a world in which everyone has a price.


The Lost & Damned

In The Lost and Damned, experience Liberty City as Johnny, a veteran member of The Lost, a notorious biker gang. Johnny has been creating business opportunities for The Lost in Liberty City but his first loyalty must be to the patch he wears on his back and to Billy Grey, the clubs President. However, when Billy returns from rehab hell-bent on bloodshed and debauchery, Johnny finds himself in the middle of a vicious turf war with rival gangs for control of a city torn apart by violence and corruption. Can the brotherhood survive?
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#1
Isn't there a code for the Hut...oh wait...
#2
Nice price, voted HOT, very tempted but might resist and wait for it to drop further.....
suspended#3
Hmm, i hope it gets cheap soon.
#4
i hope it gets cheap after release, too - but at this price, tempting...
#5
hmmm....
#6
very good games

played them both on the 360 last year ;)
#7
Do you need GTA4 to play these? Also, does anybody know how many average playhours these two expansions have?

Thanks!
#8
These DONT require a copy of GTA4. They are full games themselves. I guess this is why they are slightly more expensive to what an expansion pack would be
#9
cool. cancelled my pre-order from HMV (£24.99)
#10
Good spot! H&R added.

Ordered.

Can we see this really going anything down to much more as £19.99 and then have the hassle of finding a copy?
I remember queuing in ASDA at 11.30pm to get the original title, aint doing that again!!
#11
so funny how nothing stays exlusive, if a game is on both systems, the expansions will always make there way to each eventualy

Will pick this up after it's realised as i prob wont pay more than £20 for it as im a tight **** or somin
#12
I won't pay more than £15-20 for games that have been on the 360 for over a year and are currently retailing for very low prices. I want this, but it will wait.
#13
Sephiroth
I won't pay more than £15-20 for games that have been on the 360 for over a year and are currently retailing for very low prices. I want this, but it will wait.


The Ballad of Gay Tony has not been out for a year, it came out just before Christmas and is the game to get.

The Lost and the Damnded which is now a year old I just stopped playing after a couple of hours as I just could not get into the story, the characters were uninteresting and unappealing and the whole riding the bikes but keeping in formation lark was real cumbersome.

The Ballad of Gay Tony though is superb, and worth £22.
#14
for those of us with gta V, will there be just the expansion pack?
#15
Strange release date - Tuesday (30th March)
#16
http://panterbit.co.uk/forum/viewtopic.php?f=4&t=6

Both episodes The Lost and Damned and The Ballad of Gay Tony will be featured on a single Blu-ray disc. You can also download the episodes individually via the PlayStation Network.

The game will be available in North America on March 30 for $39.99 USD. The individual episodes will cost $19.99 on the PSN.

$19.99 on the US Store probably means at least £12.99 each on the EUR store. Disc probably would work out cheaper
#17
mlear
for those of us with gta V, will there be just the expansion pack?


The DLC via PSN can be used if you have GTA IV.

I don't think you can buy an expansion on disk. But after a few months the price of the disk, it will probably be worth just buying the disk. I am not even sure if the DLC prices have been announced? (Edit: as dasher says, cheaper to get the disk)

Also if its anything like the 360 version, then there are more radio music tracks on the disk based version (although it wont use the existing GTA IV soundtrack).
#18
I find this one strange.

Didnt Bill Gates personally pay Rockstar x amount of billions to keep this as a 360 exclusive :roll:

GTA IV has to be one of the biggest disappointments of the 360/PS3 era. A game that isnt even a patch on GTA:SA and half the size of it with boring Eastern Europeans in it.

Although in saying that The Ballad Gay Tony is actually very enjoyable and is what GTA IV should have been.
#19
Ev0lution
I find this one strange.

Didnt Bill Gates personally pay Rockstar x amount of billions to keep this as a 360 exclusive :roll:

GTA IV has to be one of the biggest disappointments of the 360/PS3 era. A game that isnt even a patch on GTA:SA and half the size of it with boring Eastern Europeans in it.

Although in saying that The Ballad Gay Tony is actually very enjoyable and is what GTA IV should have been.


Microsoft gave Rockstar an advance payment of $50 million from future sales of the DLC in return for timed exclusivity.

I get the feeling this game will be sub £20 in no time but I've put my pre order in with this deal and I'll see how my backlog is at the end of March before deciding whether to cancel or not.
#20
Gotta disagree with ya,GTA iv I have for both the ps3,and I also bought the steam version when it was a silly £5,and the game is superb,great missons,some very funny characters(brucie kibbutz)and the graphics really leave Gta SA looking very ordinary,that said SA is a good game,and I for one will have a pre-order in for my Ps3 cheers op

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#21
Ev0lution

GTA IV has to be one of the biggest disappointments of the 360/PS3 era. A game that isnt even a patch on GTA:SA and half the size of it with boring Eastern Europeans in it.


Just goes to show why the human race is so great as we can all form different opinions over the same thing.

As I personally loved Niko Bellics story, more so than any other GTA character.

And every character in GTAIV was superb.

I would say if you want a more true sequel to the feel of GTA:SA you should get Saints Row 2, now this is one complete OTT funny game.
#22
Think I'll sit in with a lot of the others and wait for a sub-£20 drop.
#23
GTA 4 is the best game thats been released on the ps3/xbox 360 imo Game spot also agrees with me
#24
This doesnt require GTA IV as the main data (city, audio etc.) are shipped on the BR too. If you DL from PSN, then you need IV in your disc-drive. Not going to get, IV was the biggest let-down in history and this is coming from a top-down GTA fan :(
#25
I'm not starting a fanboy war before anyone comments, just posting here something that may be useful.

I bought this on release for the 360 from gamestation (as I had some credit to use), cost me £25 as I pricematched Argos (was the cheapest available on the day). About 2 months later Zavvi had it on the deal of the day for £17.99, and it's been reduced to £14.99 since. For what it's worth I've still not played it :roll: but that's my own problem - have bought the GTA3+VC+SA back catalogue and blasting through those first, as I couldn't get into GTA IV). On a side note, GS are still offering £20 credit to trade it back in.

Situation may change as it's no longer a platform exclusive, but I don't think this will crash down in price as quickly as some other releases.
#26
will both of these episodes combined be as long a game as GTA IV?
#27
Thanks heat! Great price in my opinion! Been waiting so long for this!
#28
leedale30
will both of these episodes combined be as long a game as GTA IV?


would also like to know how long the story line is on these?

cheers
#29
ive completed gta4 so would it make any difference to this game or is it the same as if i didnt have a save file for GTA4?
and is it 640p like gta4 or did they fix it?
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Messiah
Do you need GTA4 to play these? Also, does anybody know how many average playhours these two expansions have?

Thanks!


bo9dster007
would also like to know how long the story line is on these?

cheers


You don't need a copy of GTA IV to play these, they are 2 standalone games - albeit played out entirely in the GTA IV universe/location, with the storylines overlapping the main story from GTA IV .

I found that without rushing through it too much, the 2 games gave me around 13-15 hours of clocked gameplay (not taking into account times when I'd load a save after dying or whatever) - and that's each game. So roughly a quarter sized GTA IV game each. Both are really enjoyable and each one lets you appreciate and get familiar with a different part of the GTA IV map that you (maybe) hadn't been around much before - which was one of my favourite aspects of these 2 games as it helped me realize what I hadn't noticed in 50+hrs worth of GTA IV gameplay beforehand. Also, having played for yonks on GTA IV I got the feeling that a few of the graphical effects like car/paint damage was tweaked for the better in the 2 games.

TLATD is interesting because it channels your vehicle usage heavily into bikes, i.e. they place a motorcycle near to your position at every chance possible. The motorcycle range is great and the handling has been altered too, and is from my viewpoint loads of fun. Air Hockey is added to Memory Lanes and is a good laugh, the weaponry gets a much needed upgrade too. The music and TV channels are updated with plenty of new content( I love Rod Stewart's 'Every Picture Tells a Story' track being included). The only downside to TLATD is that the lead character 'Johnny' is one of the least interesting GTA creations ever, think in terms of an 'every-man' character, but even more bland than you could imagine.

TBOGT was by far the most fun the GTA IV-era ever got, with a much-needed splash of colour and craziness that reminded me of Vice City. Base-jumping is added and is brilliant(along with insane 'Triathlon' races, Base Jump/Powerboat/Streetracing combined), a pitch and putt Golf game(without the putt) is added. The music and TV shows from TLATD are unfortunately recycled again, but that's my only real criticism. Some of the missions get so extravagant and overblown that you can't help but enjoy it, stuff like stealing a tank that's hanging from a helicopter in flight, taking on a massive yacht with a tooled-up chopper just off the coast.

There's a fair bit more that I haven't even touched on, you'll love it all if you loved GTA IV. On a side note, why do people always moan about the size of Liberty City up against San Andreas? I love both games(and SA is nearing my favourite game ever) but comparing the 2 is apples/oranges. Liberty City is so more sophisticated and detailed than the map of San Andreas, with a living breathing city that is so varied and interesting that it really has to be seen to be believed. That argument just doesn't stand up.
#31
mlear
for those of us with gta V, will there be just the expansion pack?


Where the hell did you get GTA 5 from? :w00t:
banned#32
There is no gta5 not even in production still in the story making stage.
#33
robtallica
You don't need a copy of GTA IV to play these, they are 2 standalone games - albeit played out entirely in the GTA IV universe/location, with the storylines overlapping the main story from GTA IV .

I found that without rushing through it too much, the 2 games gave me around 13-15 hours of clocked gameplay (not taking into account times when I'd load a save after dying or whatever) - and that's each game. So roughly a quarter sized GTA IV game each. Both are really enjoyable and each one lets you appreciate and get familiar with a different part of the GTA IV map that you (maybe) hadn't been around much before - which was one of my favourite aspects of these 2 games as it helped me realize what I hadn't noticed in 50+hrs worth of GTA IV gameplay beforehand. Also, having played for yonks on GTA IV I got the feeling that a few of the graphical effects like car/paint damage was tweaked for the better in the 2 games.

TLATD is interesting because it channels your vehicle usage heavily into bikes, i.e. they place a motorcycle near to your position at every chance possible. The motorcycle range is great and the handling has been altered too, and is from my viewpoint loads of fun. Air Hockey is added to Memory Lanes and is a good laugh, the weaponry gets a much needed upgrade too. The music and TV channels are updated with plenty of new content( I love Rod Stewart's 'Every Picture Tells a Story' track being included). The only downside to TLATD is that the lead character 'Johnny' is one of the least interesting GTA creations ever, think in terms of an 'every-man' character, but even more bland than you could imagine.

TBOGT was by far the most fun the GTA IV-era ever got, with a much-needed splash of colour and craziness that reminded me of Vice City. Base-jumping is added and is brilliant(along with insane 'Triathlon' races, Base Jump/Powerboat/Streetracing combined), a pitch and putt Golf game(without the putt) is added. The music and TV shows from TLATD are unfortunately recycled again, but that's my only real criticism. Some of the missions get so extravagant and overblown that you can't help but enjoy it, stuff like stealing a tank that's hanging from a helicopter in flight, taking on a massive yacht with a tooled-up chopper just off the coast.

There's a fair bit more that I haven't even touched on, you'll love it all if you loved GTA IV. On a side note, why do people always moan about the size of Liberty City up against San Andreas? I love both games(and SA is nearing my favourite game ever) but comparing the 2 is apples/oranges. Liberty City is so more sophisticated and detailed than the map of San Andreas, with a living breathing city that is so varied and interesting that it really has to be seen to be believed. That argument just doesn't stand up.


rep+

cheers
#34
cant get the "play10" code to work, ive entered it but no discount appears, tried to enter it again and it says one code has already been applied to basket. but even at the very last stage at the final confirm order button the discount still isnt showing, its still at full price
#35
mattressback
cant get the "play10" code to work, ive entered it but no discount appears, tried to enter it again and it says one code has already been applied to basket. but even at the very last stage at the final confirm order button the discount still isnt showing, its still at full price


It was a one day only code I'm sure.
#36
mattressback
cant get the "play10" code to work, ive entered it but no discount appears, tried to enter it again and it says one code has already been applied to basket. but even at the very last stage at the final confirm order button the discount still isnt showing, its still at full price


same for me
#37
£22 is reasonable but if you wait a while it may drop like the 360 version which can be got for around £15 in some places, reagrdless though both great stories and i love how the lost and damned is almost identical to the sons of anarchy

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