Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories

released on Oct 25, 2005

There are a million stories in Liberty City. This one changes everything. Once a trusted wise guy in the Leone crime family, Toni Cipriani was forced into hiding after killing a made man. Now he's back and it's time for things to be put right.

The streets of Liberty City are in turmoil. Warring mafiosi vie for control as the town begins to self-destruct under waves of political corruption, organized crime, drug trafficking and union strikes. No one can be trusted as Toni tries to clean up the mess of the city's chaotic underworld. Deranged hit men, morally depraved tycoons, cynical politicians and his own mother stand in his way as Toni tries to bring the city under Leone control.

Forced to fight for his life in an odyssey that will shake Liberty City to its foundations, Toni must use any means necessary to secure his place in the leadership of the Leone family in a town up for grabs.

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A very nice side game, quite easy at times and it's good to be in the late 90s Liberty City atmosphere. I really liked this one but I don't think it's anywhere as good as VCS, still a fun side game if you crave more 3D GTA though. I used the GTA ReLCS mod for Vice City for this, apart from having to work around some issues, it was really good. Also it's amazing how VCS improved on so much from this, for instance a lot of cutscenes in this game had to be split between ingame and mocap, meanwhile almost all VCS scenes are mocap, nice!

Eu entendo as limitações técnicas por ser um jogo originalmente feito para o PSP, mas esse GTA é chatissimo. A história não é interessante, as missões são um porre e não tem uma musica marcante. O ponto positivo fica para a musica tema do jogo.

nobody i mean nobody messes with toni cipriani

I liked it when I played it on psp as a kid

Though it's basically a prequel expansion to GTA III with essentially the same map, Liberty City Stories boasts impressive production value and cool missions, and seeing this run on a handheld in 2005 was nothing short of jaw-dropping. Probably the first killer-app for the PSP though it was later ported to the PS2.