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GTA IV Complete Edition 75% discount @ £6.24 on Steam (PC)

£6.24 @ Steam
Grand Theft Auto IV and the episodes – The Lost and Damned & The Ballad of Gay Tony together in one bundle £6.24 - http://store.steampowered.com/sale/rockstarweekend You can get just GTA IV …
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Grand Theft Auto IV and the episodes – The Lost and Damned & The Ballad of Gay Tony together in one bundle

£6.24 - http://store.steampowered.com/sale/rockstarweekend

You can get just GTA IV by itself for £4.99 if you don't want the eps, or if you have the main game but not the eps then both eps together in one bundle is £4.99 as well.

The eps are standalone and you do not need to own GTA IV to be able to play the eps.
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#1
Amazing deal! :)
#2
Awesome deal, have some heat
#3
I'm tempted to get this despite already owning them on PS3. :P
#4
bought the GTA IV last time for $5usd in June 2010 and still havent touched that...
My steam account is getting unhealthily large
#5
Only idiots are voting this cold... the game is awesome on PC despite the bugs and cheaters online... the game is brilliant but flawed and at £6.25 for both... hell I bought GTA4 boxed retail on release, but to have both on steam suits me better worth paying £1.25 for it to go with (The engine was improved and runs noticebly better) double addon pack "Liberty City Stories".

Ok so if ya PC is a piece of crap from 4 years ago it wont run very well... but that's mainly down to the way the engine was coded and ported from consoles, on a midrange PC upwards its superb. If ya have a quadcore with 3gig ram and something like a Nvidia 260 or ati 4870 this game is hard to knock.




Edited By: Highway72 on Apr 17, 2011 18:38: spelling
#6
Nice, voted hot :)

Got the retail version of 4 as well but CBA installing it again and having to have the CD in to run it.. Also wanting to give Liberty city a go :)
#7
Hot

Only bought the expansion as I have the original already. Great game, gonna take a while to download again :)
#8
Doesn't work with nVidia Optimus :( Can't play it, even though I REALLY want to play BOGT.
#9
It's worth noting that the Liberty City Stories standalone is roughly the same size story as GTA4 vanilla, just split into two different campaigns, and many of the plots crossover things that happened in GTA4 from different angles...
#10
Help me guys... :P Should I buy this despite owning the PS3 version? I want it to mod and stuff, plus I now have a really good PC so should be able to run it well. But I'm kinda smarting about spending £6 on a game I already effectively own (I have the DLC on PS3. I got it for free but I still have it :P )
#11
welshfrankie
Help me guys... :P Should I buy this despite owning the PS3 version? I want it to mod and stuff, plus I now have a really good PC so should be able to run it well. But I'm kinda smarting about spending £6 on a game I already effectively own (I have the DLC on PS3. I got it for free but I still have it :P )


lol you have issues :p
#12
MR1123
welshfrankie
Help me guys... :P Should I buy this despite owning the PS3 version? I want it to mod and stuff, plus I now have a really good PC so should be able to run it well. But I'm kinda smarting about spending £6 on a game I already effectively own (I have the DLC on PS3. I got it for free but I still have it :P )


lol you have issues :p


I suppose I should take that as a no? :P
#13
very nice
any other games as reference to how it plays?
canirunit says it will work on my laptop but i assume on pretty low settings (which i dont really mind if runs ok)
examples of what i can run on laptop atm
halflife2 - very well (ofc)
batman AA - runs nicely
just cause 2 + mass effect 2 - ok but getting near limit i think

great deal though and 2 fingers to directdrive who repeatedly ignored request to repeat their gta4 deal due to their shoddy system giving problems.
#14
welshfrankie


I suppose I should take that as a no? :P


I would say if you really want it go for it, and sell your ps3 version off, would say you will get £6 back making this free
#15
welshfrankie
Help me guys... :P Should I buy this despite owning the PS3 version? I want it to mod and stuff, plus I now have a really good PC so should be able to run it well. But I'm kinda smarting about spending £6 on a game I already effectively own (I have the DLC on PS3. I got it for free but I still have it :P )

Not to mention on the PC edition ya also get the movie clip maker tool with it for making your own machinima movies with a few friends as actors in the sandbox modes...
#16
brilly
very nice
any other games as reference to how it plays?
canirunit says it will work on my laptop but i assume on pretty low settings (which i dont really mind if runs ok)
examples of what i can run on laptop atm
halflife2 - very well (ofc)
batman AA - runs nicely
just cause 2 + mass effect 2 - ok but getting near limit i think

great deal though and 2 fingers to directdrive who repeatedly ignored request to repeat their gta4 deal due to their shoddy system giving problems.


Well... basically because of the bad porting optimising of the engine itself, it needs a beefy cpu and a beefy GPU to run maxed out, unlike many games which tend to be more GPU dependant, this is more system heavy due to this, so you'd need something that can play Crysis1 maxed to play this maxed at over 30fps constantly... on a mid-highend rig like mine its pushing an average 50fps solid on my Ati 5870 at 1080p maxed settings which is fantastic compared to the 35fps i got on my older Nvidia 8800.




Edited By: Highway72 on Apr 17, 2011 20:18: info
#17
Highway72
brilly
very nice
any other games as reference to how it plays?
canirunit says it will work on my laptop but i assume on pretty low settings (which i dont really mind if runs ok)
examples of what i can run on laptop atm
halflife2 - very well (ofc)
batman AA - runs nicely
just cause 2 + mass effect 2 - ok but getting near limit i think

great deal though and 2 fingers to directdrive who repeatedly ignored request to repeat their gta4 deal due to their shoddy system giving problems.


Well... basically because of the bad porting optimising of the engine itself, it needs a beefy cpu and a beefy GPU to run maxed out, unlike many games which tend to be more GPU dependant, this is more system heavy due to this, so you'd need something that can play Crysis1 maxed to play this maxed at over 30fps constantly... on a mid-highend rig like mine its pushing an average 50fps solid on my Ati 5870 at 1080p maxed settings which is fantastic compared to the 35fps i got on my older Nvidia 8800.

yeah im not talking about maxing out at all though.
im talking about the ability to scrape past the min specs yet play it fluidly at lowish res+detail.
(maybe 1280*720 low detail)
maxing comparisons are virtually irrelevant as its just a question of who adds the most doodahs.
comparisons of playable is more relevant to me.
#18
I've heard people say how bad this port is but they're also the same people who claimed Saints Row 2 on PC was awful yet I ran it with no problems what so ever, might as well give it a go, for this price I won't be too put out if it isn't playable.
#19
WandererReki
I've heard people say how bad this port is but they're also the same people who claimed Saints Row 2 on PC was awful yet I ran it with no problems what so ever, might as well give it a go, for this price I won't be too put out if it isn't playable.


Saints Row 2 is a terrible port, but it looks like ass also (even when maxed out), at least GTAIV looks great maxed out.
#20
Even on my PC which runs most new games in [email protected] it struggles on 720p. It's a terrible port, and really just an overall mediocre game, even the episodes. There are far better and more fun sandbox games out there, like Saints Row 2 and Just Cause 2.
#21
I've got the boxed version of gta4, which I have half completed. Will it be straightforward transferring my save games and using mods with the steam version?
#22
How many GTA games have there been for the PC after GTA III?
#23
rash
How many GTA games have there been for the PC after GTA III?


GTA Vice City

GTA San Andreas

GTA IV

GTA Liberty city stores

I fell in for the temptation and bought it, I hope the mods make up for it
#24
cocks I paid £13 for this just the other day.
#25
So if I buy this steam version am guessing I can still play against people who are using the GFWL version?
2 Likes #26
Just bought it. now to make my computer run it. another £50
#27
ocelot20
So if I buy this steam version am guessing I can still play against people who are using the GFWL version?


Still makes you sign in to GFWL so should be no different.
#28
Kylmar
Even on my PC which runs most new games in [email protected] it struggles on 720p. It's a terrible port, and really just an overall mediocre game, even the episodes. There are far better and more fun sandbox games out there, like Saints Row 2 and Just Cause 2.

I got saints row 2 and was utterly dissapointed, GTA4 is way better, and Just Cause 2 is awesome but without multiplayer loses out for top spot.

Edited By: Highway72 on Apr 18, 2011 01:19
#29
Definitely get it! I originally got it for PS3 when it launched and later got it on PC in the Steam sale and I'm glad I did. You still need a beastly PC but if you have one it is brilliant and much much better than the PS3 version.

welshfrankie
Help me guys... :P Should I buy this despite owning the PS3 version? I want it to mod and stuff, plus I now have a really good PC so should be able to run it well. But I'm kinda smarting about spending £6 on a game I already effectively own (I have the DLC on PS3. I got it for free but I still have it :P )
#30
was waiting for this to get cheap on the 360, but i'll go with this now for my pc :)
#31
Anyone know if the song 'Danger Zone' is on this game at all?
Or was it one of the other GTA's?
#32
ynot
Anyone know if the song 'Danger Zone' is on this game at all?
Or was it one of the other GTA's?

That featured in GTA3 San Andreas
#33
Highway72
ynot
Anyone know if the song 'Danger Zone' is on this game at all?
Or was it one of the other GTA's?

That featured in GTA3 San Andreas


Cheers,
Still cant find anywhere that states that?
#34
Great game if you've got the rig to run it.

Shouldn't be as demanding as it is but that is the effect consolitis has on PC ports I guess
#35
whats this like with the 360 control pad??
#36
i'm playing this through at the moment had it since the day it came out but never played it to the end, I play it on my q6600 with ati 5770 video card with 4 gig ram, it plays at max details with night shadows set to low, at 1680x1050, view distance and other sliders set to default. Looks pretty damn nice and plays really well.
I also use a wired xbox pad and its just like playing it on the xbox but with nicer graphics.

Well worth getting story is ace once it gets going.
#37
just an update for any laptop users
after setting to run in compatibility mode (common thing for this on steam)
game seems to run fine in 720p medium textures (34fps in benchmark) on t9600 ati 4650
(edit: there are apparently ALOT of graphics tweks you can do as well)

Edited By: brilly on Apr 19, 2011 09:11: .
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