This week, PS3 and PC owners will finally be able to discover the two Episodes from Liberty City that were previously released on Xbox 360 as exclusive content for Grand Theft Auto IV. A good reason to come back to Rockstar's version of New York City, even though today some of the gameplay mechanics of the game like the shooting have grown a bit old. It is still a very good deal since the two episodes are interesting enough to be worth your while. It will also keep you busy while waiting for the next big Rockstar game at the end of May.
Info about the Rise of TR Season Packs and DLC.... disgusting... [url] (2 Hours ago)
and can also be connected to a big screen (using the dock) with a full windows desktop experience. Eliminated the need to get a laptop, a tablet and a desktop!! (2 Hours ago)
Damn it! I really want a Surface Book now..... wish I hadn't invested so much money this year on a desktop PC and got this instead :((( Always wanted a powerful laptop that doubles up as a tablet... (2 Hours ago)
the terminal AI. And also from audio clips you can find in some of the levels. it's not a heavy narrative but it's well written. Though provoking game. (9 Hours ago)
Yeah it's truncated into worlds and sorta sub-worlds like that. There's a narrator that provides a *little* narrative.. but some of it is discovered through reading terminal logs and interacting with (9 Hours ago)
@GriftGFX: ah ok. Sounds good. Was just watching some clips and it seemed very "world 1-1" ditatched progression. Wasn't sure how story was going to be incorporated. (9 Hours ago)
The puzzle gameplay is very good too. It's a great game. (9 Hours ago)