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Review: Grand Theft Auto - Episodes from Liberty City

Daniel Casarella :: Thursday, November 5th, 2009 1:15 pm

I’m not going to lie. I run several night clubs owned by Anthony Prince. He can be a bit of a pansy but I’ve made many connections and a lot of paper cleaning up after the guy. You should come to one of my clubs. Depending on the night, I might be working the door or working the floor. Catch me on an off night and I might just have to put you in a box. I’ve also been known to do favors for some very powerful people you know. Now don’t get me wrong, I’m not the best hitman-driver-pilot-bodyguard-dancer-base jumper, but I can do all those things and I can make them look like fun. My name is Luis Lopez, and you can find me in The Ballad of Gay Tony, the second of two episodes found on the Grand Theft Auto: Episodes from Liberty City experience.

In the first of the two episodes, which I’m sure you will love,  you’ll get to roll with this guy I know, Johnny Klebitz and his motorcycle gang The Lost and The Damned. It’s a little darker and you’ll get to know how life in a gang works. Then you can visit me and Gay Tony and I’ll show you how to deal in the night life of the city as a man behind the scenes. It’s a fitting way to end a trilogy about my fare Liberty City. There are a few new tricks to learn and a bevy of new weapons to chomp on so if you’ve ever been in Liberty City before, I’m sure you’ll love it this time of year. Like my friend Gay Tony, the experience can be bombastic, a little bit flamboyant at times, but generally rich.