GTA: Liberty City Stories
GTA: Liberty City Stories Review
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Get ready to head back to the East Coast as Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories returns to mobile devices. With shorter, streamlined missions designed with mobile gameplay in mind, this definitive open-world adventure has been remastered for Android with extensive graphic enhancements, rebalanced touch controls and cross platform saves. Former trusted wise guy for the Leone family, Toni Cipriani returns home to Liberty City after spending time in hiding for killing a made man. Now, the streets of Liberty City are in turmoil, as warring families vie for control and the town begins to self-destruct under waves of political corruption, organized crime, drug trafficking and union strikes. Deranged hit men, morally depraved tycoons, cynical politicians and even his own mother stand in the way as Toni tries to bring the city under Leone family control.
• New high resolution textures and character art
• Real time lighting and shadows
• 60 FPS gameplay on iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus & iPad Pro
• Enhanced draw distance
• Rebalanced controls for touch-based gaming
• Cross-platform cloud saves via the Rockstar Social Club
• 3D Touch support for multiple control options
• Custom soundtrack support*
• Physical controller support
• Native retina screen support including the iPad Pro
To listen to your custom playlist, simply create a playlist titled “GTALCS”, launch the game, and select the radio station “MIX TAPE”.
The sense of the game screen is not as good as that of San Andreas, and there is no bright color of the sin city that needs to be improved, and the vehicles are far less than the above two in the same series. It feels like a pirated product, but the plot is very good, mainly a DLC.
GTA: Liberty City Stories revisits the setting of the classic Grand Theft Auto III but adds a few new features, including motorcycles, which were previously not available. The controls are modified for mobile play, including both the option of on-screen controls and controller support. The graphics aren't spectacular -- this is a mobile port of a game from 2005, after all -- but they're adequate, with special attention paid to the city and vehicles. Some of the controls can take a little getting used to, especially the weapon aiming and auto-lock, make sure you're really locked on to your target before hitting fire!
The experience is good.
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