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Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories (2005)

There's a million stories in Liberty City. This one changes everything. Toni Cipriani, a once trusted guy, is sent to lay low after killing a made man. Now, back to set things straight, he ... See full summary »
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Salvatore Leone (voice)
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Toni Cipriani (voice)
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Donald Love (voice)
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Vincenzo Cilli (voice) (as Joe Lotruglio)
Fiona Gallagher ...
Maria Latore (voice)
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JD O'Toole (voice) (as Greg Wilson)
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Leon McAffrey (voice)
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Ray Machowski (voice)
Hana Moon ...
Toshiko Kasen (voice) (as Hannah Moon)
Peter Bradbury ...
Ned Burner (voice)
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Ma Cipriani (voice)
Joel Jones ...
Giovanni Casa (voice)
Keenan Shimizu ...
Kazuki Kasen (voice)
Duccio Faggella ...
Massimo Torini (voice)
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Mickey Hamfists / Bikers (voice)
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There's a million stories in Liberty City. This one changes everything. Toni Cipriani, a once trusted guy, is sent to lay low after killing a made man. Now, back to set things straight, he meets up with the city's mafia Don, Salvatore Leone, who needs Toni's services, in order to control the streets of Liberty. Now, Toni must rob, steal, and murder in order to take the Don's word. It's a dangerous world out there... Written by sadhu_navarrete

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Trivia

When you look at the game map, it is the first time you can see a complete overview of the Liberty City map as you couldn't see a complete layout of the same map in Grand Theft Auto III See more »

Goofs

During the mission "Overdose of Trouble", Maria asks Toni to drive to "the diner at Callahan Point" but in 1998 it's a donut shop. It's not until 2001 that it becomes a diner. See more »

Quotes

Toni Cipriani: Don't worry, D.L. Evidence goes missing all the time. As well as judges, witnesses, jurors...
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References Goodfellas (1990) See more »

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Circus Bells (Hardfloor Remix)
Performed by Robert Armani
Written by R. Armani
Published by High Fashion Music / Nanada Music
(p) + © 1993 Warehouse / Djax-Up Beats
Courtesy of High Fashion Music / Djax-Up Beats
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GTA style still shines through
16 October 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

While this game isn't on the grand scale of GTA: San Andreas, it still holds true to the normal GTA style. Its missing the "RPG" aspects of GTA:SA, like improving skills and eating to stay healthy, but its a nice throw-back to the good ol' days of GTA: just shoot, steal, and stay alive. But it was originally a PSP game, and I don't have a PSP, so I'll just be grateful they ported it. I also hope they port Vice City Stories to PS2 at some point, even if its not for a year like with LCS.

One thing that's nice is that the game is set in the same old Liberty City as GTA III, but with the graphics quality of San Andreas. There's a cleaner, enhanced look to the buildings, vehicles and characters. Its nice to see a new face on an old city.

The only thing that bugs me is the lack of a good radio station. This game is supposed to be set in 1998, and I remember a lot of good music from those days, which is absent from the game. I just turn the radio off every time I enter a vehicle.

I give it an 9/10. Its not San Andreas and I'm not expecting it to be. I think its an excellent game in its own right, and the only thing better would be decent radio stations.


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