Grand Theft Auto: Episodes From Liberty City for the PlayStation and PC—and their individual downloadable episodes—won't be making their previously scheduled release dates. Rockstar says the game will be delayed by two weeks to accommodate "minor content changes."
Yes, yes we have. Reader Bo (thanks Bo!) alerted us to this image on page 17 of the Grand Theft Auto: Episodes from Liberty City, wondering if it was a hint for GTA 5's location.
Whether played as an appendage to Grand Theft Auto IV or as half of a standalone disc, the latest GTA installment offers a full game's worth of a series at its most intriguing and sexual, wild in ways not advertised.
Liberty City finally gets some decent anime in Princess Robot Bubblegum. Only an hyper-sexualized nerd fantasy can save humanity - by sleeping with it.
Grand Theft Auto IV's newest episode, The Ballad of Gay Tony, won't just build on the game's already strong single-player portions. There are all-new multiplayer goodies coming, including tanks, helicopters and parachutes, as shown in similarly all-new screen shots.
The obligatory Grand Theft Auto: Episodes From Liberty City billboard, as seen on Canal St. in New York City. Thanks, y2julio!
While Armando and Henrique seem like a couple of nice guys, they aren't the type of folks I'd run into in the social circles I travel in. Brian, on the other hand...well let's just say I wouldn't be surprised to walk into my living room and find Brian or a reasonable facsimile thereof sacked out on my couch.
Here's the final box art for Grand Theft Auto: Episodes from Liberty City, the stand-alone versions of Grand Theft Auto IV's first and second doses of downloadable content.