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Grand Theft Auto IV (PC)

Grand Theft Auto IV  (PC)
alaScore 88

3479 reviews

Sep, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 3479 reviews from magazines and websites. Reviewers really like the value for money and design. The gameplay and story are also mentioned favorably, whereas there are some mixed views about the multi player mode. There are some critical comments about the reliability.

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other PC Games the Grand Theft Auto IV (PC) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 88/100 = Very good quality.

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Amazon.com review summary for Grand Theft Auto IV (PC)

 

alaTest has collected and analyzed 1057 user reviews of Grand Theft Auto IV (PC) from Amazon.com. The average user rating for this product is 4.0/5, compared to an average user rating of 3.7/5 for other PC Games on Amazon.com.

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85% of the reviews on Amazon.com give this product a positive rating.

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Grand Theft Auto IV

 

The PC version of GTA IV is finally here, and it does deliver the goods to a certain extent. The only problem here is that some of the

Making matters even sweeter for us Indian users is the fact that the game is being sold for as little as Rs 499 here.

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Grand Theft Auto IV: Episodes From Liberty City (PC)

 

If you've already played through 2008's Grand Theft Auto IV, you have a pretty good idea of what to expect in the formerly Xbox-360-exclusive Episodes from Liberty City. The included episodes--The Lost and Damned and The Ballad of Gay Tony--take place...

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Grand Theft Auto IV (PC)

 

Stepping off a boat in the shoes of illegal immigrant Niko Bellic as he arrives in Liberty City at the start of Grand Theft Auto IV, you can tell immediately that Rockstar North's latest offering is something quite special. Yes, this is another GTA...

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Grand Theft Auto 4 Review

 

The first GTA of the next gen consoles is probably the best.

Released on December 2 2008, the PC version was ideally going to be a much stellar game. You would think it would take this amazing game and make it even better. Sadly, there's so many annoying issues that it almost takes a hit. Gamers everywhere had...

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Grand Theft Auto IV

 

Note: This is our Grand Theft Auto IV redux review. Our initial review has been removed.

At the core, GTA 4 is a pretty good game in the GTA series, hindered by the "bromances" and bloated by 15GB of television shows I'll never watch, joke Internet sites I have no interest in surfing, extensive and lengthy cutscenes, a mediocre bowling...

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Grand Theft Auto IV - PC review at Thunderbolt Games

 

After the dizzy heights of Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, it was a tough call wondering where the Grand Theft Auto series could go next. It had already been to the rose-tinted criminal underworld of '80s Miami with Grand Theft Auto:Vice City, and...

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Grand Theft Auto IV: Episodes from Liberty City Review for PC - Page 2 - GameSpot

 

Best enjoyed after beating Grand Theft Auto IV, this great double-pack of episodic content shows you sides of Liberty City you never knew existed.

Two great and very different storylines ; New vehicles and weapons freshen up the familiar gameplay ; Checkpoint feature makes failing missions less frustrating ; Lots of amusing references to original game's characters ; Great value for money

Visuals are showing their age ; Inconsistent frame rates ; Separate multiplayer lobbies for GTAIV and both episodes

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Grand Theft Auto IV: Episodes from Liberty City

 

Best enjoyed after beating Grand Theft Auto IV, this great double-pack of episodic content shows you sides of Liberty City you never knew existed.

Two great and very different storylines ; New vehicles and weapons freshen up the familiar gameplay ; Checkpoint feature makes failing missions less frustrating ; Lots of amusing references to original game's characters ; Great value for money

Visuals are showing their age ; Inconsistent frame rates ; Separate multiplayer lobbies for GTAIV and both episodes

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Review: Grand Theft Auto 4: The Lost and the Damned for Xbox 360

 

The Lost and the Damned is an expansion pack for the initiated Grand Theft Auto 4 player. With its $20 price tag, a lengthy 8-10 hour running time (for just the main storyline missions alone), and no tutorials in sight, fresh-faced Liberty City...

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Grand Theft Auto IV

 

Impressive and dazzling

The game’s narrative is only of many reasons why Grand Theft Auto IV should be played if you haven't already. I have always had a personal problem with Grand Theft Auto III and its two continuations – the gameplay felt half-baked. They were packed with...

Product Specifications

PRODUCT FEATURES: Maps and strategy for all main story missions Maps - score health, armor, and weapons no matter where you are in liberty city Secrets - the detailed collection maps and descriptions reveal precise locations Multiplayer modes Bonus fold-out