Grand Theft Auto 4

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Grand Theft Auto 4
GTA 4 - front cover - PS3.jpg
Developer(s) Rockstar North
Publisher(s) Rockstar Games, Capcom (Japan)
Designer(s) Dan Houser
License Proprietary
Series Grand Theft Auto
Engine RAGE, Euphoria[1]
Version 1.0.3.0[2]
Platform(s) Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, Windows
Release date PlayStation 3, Xbox 360:
INT 2008-04-29
Windows:
INT 2008-12-02[3]
Genre(s) Third-person shooter, action-adventure
Mode(s) Single player, multiplayer
Rating(s) ESRB: M (Mature)
PEGI: 18+
System requirements Core 2 Duo 1.8GHz, 1.5GiB RAM, NVIDIA GeForce 7900, 256MiB VRAM, 16GiB HD space more...
Input methods Keyboard and mouse, gamepad

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[edit] System requirements

In order to run GTA 4, your PC must meet or exceed the following requirements[4]:

[edit] Minimum System Requirements

[edit] Recommended System Requirements

[edit] Plot

Niko Bellic is an Eastern European immigrant and a veteran of the Bosnian War who, after persuasion from his cousin Roman, comes to Liberty City to pursue the American Dream and escape his criminal past. After his arrival, however, Niko quickly learns that Roman's tales of riches and luxury were lies, concealing Roman's struggles with debt and gangsters. Niko aids Roman in his troubles while hoping to carve out a new life for himself in the city.

It is later revealed that Niko came to Liberty City primarily to search for the person he blames for the betrayal of his old army unit: Florian Cravic. Niko soon creates ties with the Liberty City Bratva through Roman's loan shark Vladimir Glebov and later makes acquaintance with a major figure of the Bratva, Mikhail Faustin and his associate, Dimitri Rascalov. Niko completes jobs for Faustin before joining Dimitri's plot to betray Faustin and take over the organization. Niko assassinates Faustin on Dimitri's orders and later meets with him to collect his reward for the killing. Dimitri, however, betrays Niko and reveals that he is in collusion with Rodislav Bulgarin, a former employer of Niko who orders his men to kill him. Little Jacob, a Jamaican arms dealer whom Niko befriended earlier, arrives on the scene and rescues Niko. Dimitri and Bulgarin escape, however, and Jacob suggests dealing with them later.

Niko receives a phone call from Roman, who is hiding in a remote location after having received several silent calls. The two meet up and they drive back to find both Roman's apartment and taxi depot in flames. The two escape to Bohan, after receiving death threats from Dimitri, and Roman reveals his plans to propose to his girlfriend Mallorie. Niko progressively obtains new allies in the city, gaining the money to provide for his and Roman's life while furthering his connections towards locating the person he is searching for. Niko eventually locates Florian, but discovers that he has changed his name to Bernie Crane, and ultimately Niko determines that Bernie is not the person responsible for his unit's betrayal leading him towards the only remaining suspect, Darko Brevic.

Towards the conclusion of the storyline, a shadowy government agency (under the name of "U.L. Paper") that had forced Niko to help them in collusion with an aging mobster, Jon Gravelli, locates Darko in Bucharest and arrange to have him brought to Liberty City as a final reward. Niko confronts Darko, who has become a drug-addicted, guilt-ridden wreck. The player is then left with the option of either executing Darko or sparing his life. Afterwards, having dealt with his past, Niko relaxes at a bar when mob boss Jimmy Pegorino shows up and asks him one final favour; to obtain a shipment of heroin for him that he can sell to a buyer: Dimitri Rascalov.[5]

[edit] Cheats

During the game, press [up] to open Niko's cellphone. Press [up] again to access the keypad. Then, you can enter the following codes[6][7] to unlock the corresponding cheats. Once a code has been entered once, a new "Cheats" menu will be available on the cellphone, where you can use the cheats without having to enter the phone number again. NB: You shouldn't save the game after enabling a code to avoid unforeseen problems.


[edit] Screenshots

[edit] Videos

[edit] Trailer

The four trailers of GTA 4.


[edit] Introduction cinematic

[edit] Gameplay

A gameplay video using cheats.


[edit] External links

[edit] References

  1. Grand Theft Auto 4 on Wikipedia
  2. Rockstar Games - Grand Theft Auto IV Title Update for Games for Windows (patch 1.0.3.0 download)
  3. Amazon
  4. Rockstar Games Help - System Requirements
  5. This section comes from Grand Theft Auto IV on Wikipedia
  6. GTA 4 on cheat code central
  7. GTA 4 on gameTrailers.com
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