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Grand Theft Auto: Episodes from Liberty City (Xbox 360)[email protected]
Grand Theft Auto: Episodes from Liberty City (Xbox 360)£14.93@Amazon

Grand Theft Auto: Episodes from Liberty City (Xbox 360)[email protected]

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this is a great price this any good

Also £14.93 at ]The Hut or £14.95 at ]Zavvi both plus Quidco.

do amazon offer quidco

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good deal

davver99;7818130

do amazon offer quidco



No.

davver99;7818130

do amazon offer quidco



no, but they do give Nectar points

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gr8 price

Got my order from The Hut in 3 days for the same price and £1 quidco.

I traded this in for £20 at GAME the other day!

has the frame rate and stuff been fixed on this?
wonder how long before its this price on ps3.........not spending full because GTA4 was a let down.

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chelskii;7856384

The bad aliasing, framerate issues and screen tearing. were for the PS3 … The bad aliasing, framerate issues and screen tearing. were for the PS3 GTA4 version, not a 360 problem and nothing to do with these games.These games run great having played them from start to finish there were no framerate issues etc on the installed to harddrive 360 version.Shouldn't you be posting your questions on the PS3 deal for this game which is already posted elsewhere ?.



Frame Rate
The Grand Theft Auto series has never been synonymous with a rock solid frame rate, something it generally seems to get a pass for. While GTA IV is smoother in general than it's predecessors, it can expectedly suffer during chaos. The Xbox 360 version seemed capable of achieving a smoother frame rate, peaking higher in certain circumstances, such as in confined spaces or during light traffic, but both versions seemed to regularly run at a similar clip.

Pop-In & Loading
With a huge, seamless streaming world, data must be constantly read from the disc. The PS3 version, with its required HDD install, loads missions a couple seconds faster and decreases pop-in. The Xbox 360 version can suffer from some very noticeable texture loading, as things like trees, vehicles and building signs will regularly pop-in as one tools about town. It can be distracting, especially during high speed chases, and the PS3 version isn't entirely immune from it, but it's not a game killing problem.

Sorry but no mention of tearing, there was definitely no tearing on my PS3 version.

and before you kick off over my comment, if you are going to reply to someone that is OT, please make sure you use accurate information
"The bad aliasing, framerate issues and screen tearing. were for the PS3 GTA4 version" is not actually true is it?

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chelskii;7856879

Using snippets from websites that suit you and the real thing are Two … Using snippets from websites that suit you and the real thing are Two very different things now aren't they.http://uk.gamespot.com/ps3/action/grandtheftautoepisodesfromlibertycity/show_msgs.php?topic_id=m-1-53289639&pid=987732Didn't you use snippets on the Bioshock 2 "Argument" you had with another poster there that he proved were very different to how you made them sound.Stop trying to provoke an argument when you know full well that the poster who posted the comments is a well known fanboy in fact he even confesses to be a PS3 fanboy on this site, and as you do not own both consoles like I do I really ignore a lot of what you say anyway as I know what's true and what isn't....



lol, you're using a forum post to prove you're right, omg. and you say i'm a fanboy:whistling:
read the main article, they say there are no differences between the two. Apart from the "Exclusive" DLC and we all know what happened there.

Also please go back to the Bioshock 2 "argument" and re-read my posts, i actually said that the 360 was the better version, they test in 3 categories 360 was the best in 2 PS3 best in 1.
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