Grand Theft Auto IV: Complete Edition

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GTA IV: Complete Edition Includes:

  • Grand Theft Auto IV

  • Grand Theft Auto: Episodes of Liberty City

    Included in Episodes of Liberty City: The Lost and Damned & The Ballad of Gay Tony.

This standalone retail title spans three distinct stories, interwoven to create one of the most unique and engaging single-player experiences of this generation.

This definitive Grand Theft Auto bundle boasts hundreds of hours of single-player gameplay; a full suite of open-world multiplayer game types limited only by players’ creativity; dozens of eclectic radio stations with hours of music and original dialogue

Customer reviews


A great bundle

Armannn | April 16, 2015 | See all Armannn's reviews »

Well, except for the fact that the pack contains GTA4 and EFLC, it's a must have. Whoever is a fan of GTA games simply must own this pack. GTA4 wasn't a really good port, but it was a good game after all. The EFLC game (which contains 2 games - both set in Liberty City) was a much nicer, more polished version of GTA4.

I liked all the missions (well, most of them) even though I expected a lot more from Rockstar Games. However, other than to say this is a must have for GTA fans, I'd love to say that it's definitely worth a try (even for those that don't really like the GTA series).


Liberty City never felt so alive.

MafuMafu | May 6, 2014 | See all MafuMafu's reviews »

It's Grand Theft Auto. You know that you won't be disappointed. I can assure that you're gonna have tons of fun in the amazing city of Liberty City. Not only you're gonna have Grand Theft Auto IV. You're also getting Episodes From Liberty City, featuring "The Ballad of Gay Tony" and "The Lost and the Damned". If you're thinking in a game to spend your money. Why not this amazing opportunity? The city feels so alive and there are tons of interesting characters to meet. But, sadly, the game is poorly optimized. Is a mediocre port to PC, when it could have been much better and the graphics are not that good. In this case, I'd recommend to use iCE La GlacE. Is an amazing mod to the game that give incredible looks. The 2.5 version is just about to come out. So, you should give it a shot.


Buying on a new system

barcelona696 | May 4, 2014 | See all barcelona696's reviews »

This game was so fun that I am now buying it for PC after owning it on the Xbox 360 for 2 and 1/2 years. The amount of modifications that you can do in this game open up a whole new world, and is a big part of why it is so amazing.


I loved the story

santtuz112 | Dec. 27, 2013 | See all santtuz112's reviews »

Ballad of gay tony story is just amazing you should try it your self; Lost and damned wasn't that special and had ending that, Wait no I'm not going to spoiler it but I didn't like the ending because it was sad :(, But the price is worth for ballad of gay tony with gta iv already, Also as its for PC its huge advantage for the fact you can download mods, Like first person mod which is going to make the game interesting even after story is completed, with the fact also you can use Microsoft .NET languages (C# & VB.NET) to make mods for the game, Which is really easy and fun to do! After all when story is completed and you have messed around with mods and liberty city for few hours you can get fairly quickly bored, Still recommending it if you can afford it! Not feeling bad for buying it, tho I bought it for 4€ than 30€


niko bellic and friends

gwynplaine | Nov. 27, 2013 | See all gwynplaine's reviews »

The game was a chunky system hog when it was released in 2008 and never optimized from then. But any modern mid tier systems a couple years later should be able to run it fine. Getting a smooth 60 fps is another story though and you will need a top end system for that.

The mods available in this game are astounding if you have the system for it too.

The game itself is memorable for the Slavic accents and the big American titties line, and not much else. It's far more fun to just mess around in the city. Lost and the Damned is a weaker entry in the series but the Ballad of Gay Tony makes up for it. Multiplayer is dead these days but there's always the new GTA to look forward to if you want some online action.