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Grand Theft Auto 4 'Gay Tony' Screenshots Take Off

by Alice O'Connor, Aug 31, 2009 7:45am PDT

The first screenshots of Grand Theft Auto 4's 'The Ballad of Gay Tony' downloadable content have been released, sent by Rockstar to fansites including GTA4.net.

Stepping into the shoes of 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." With helicopter gunships.

The Ballad of Gay Tony will be released October 29 for download on Xbox 360 at $20. Arriving the same day is 'Grand Theft Auto: Episodes from Liberty City,' a $40 retail disc with standalone versions of Gay Tony and previous DLC 'The Lost and the Damned.'





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  • I have a confession, I never finished GTA4 :(
    Its such a perplexing 'game', on one hand its utterly brilliant on the other its mind numbingly stupid.
    The world, and story ( I don't think I had much left, all island were open etc.) is really outstanding, yet they drag the experience down with stupid shit like everyone calling me all the time ? wtf is that ? so I'm driving around doing for example car theft missions, then someone calls and want to go to a bar or whatever stupid shit, either they are to far away and I can't get there in time or I have to abort my current mission, maybe even with cops after me etc. Or I accept then decline to avoid getting to much neg reputation, then someone else fucking calls ? wtf... Or if you decide to date someone, you have to micromanaging your time to avoid being on a mission when the date is supposed to happen. This happened ad nauseam.

    Nah it was way way to much stupid micromanaging stuff to even be remotely enjoyable, in the end I actually dreaded to sit down and play it. Which saddens me because there is a good game there underneath. But if a game is even more stressful than my (real-life) full-time managing job, then something ain't right.