Niko Bellic, a war veteran, arrives in America upon his cousin’s request to begin anew and live the American Dream. Upon arrival he finds out that the story of riches that his cousin Roman told him all these times were lies.
He is debt to some fearsome mob bosses from whom he defends his cousin only to be recruited by the mob leaders but shit ensues and eventually it all comes to many killings and escapes.
What will happen to Niko and his cousin, Roman. That’s an interesting story, awesomely presented in GTA IV.
The gameplay is very engaging, the main part of the whole game is the open world city of Liberty City.
The free world Liberty City alone allows for the huge part of the fun that can be extracted from the title, the game mechanics, the weapons, the battles, the actions, the missions, the demand, the story and the edge, these are all just too energetic.
There are too many things to be done if you just leave the game altogether, many huge numbers of side missions and activities and yes, the main game is a just a thriller adventure.
Like a very good book where you can indulge in whatever the part you feel most attracted to, without getting bored.
The multiplayer action is just as good as the main game, which is a rare occurrence in itself these days.
Developed by Rockstar North, and published by Rockstar Games for PC, PS3 and X360, it was released in April/December 2008.
It's GTA, for crying out loud, and the latest one with more ever huge options to wreck havoc in every directions than before, go buy it you!