Niko Bellic comes to Liberty City, America to live the good life, but ends up having to assist his dangerously indebted cousin Roman with his financial troubles, by any (mostly illegal) means necessary.

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Michael Hollick ...
Niko Bellic (voice)
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Roman Bellic (voice)
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Moti Margolin ...
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Mrs. McReary (voice)
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Francis McReary (voice)
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Gerry McReary (voice) (as PJ Sosko)
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Packie McReary (voice)
Mary Catherine Donnelly ...
Kate McReary (voice)
Coolie Ranx ...
Little Jacob (voice)
Seeborn ...
Real Badman (voice)
Charleigh E. Parker ...
Elizabeta Torres (voice) (as Charlie Parker)
Tony Patellis ...
Jimmy Pegorino (voice)
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Ray Boccino (voice) (as Joe Barbara)
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Phil Bell (voice)
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An eastern european veteran migrates to Liberty City to forget the horrific and graphic memories of his past and for a better life, things don't come out as planned as he has to wipe out mobsters and loan sharks that are preventing his couisn from making money freely.

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Welcome to Liberty City, where the only dirty word is hope See more »


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29 April 2008 (USA)  »

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$100,000,000 (estimated)
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Trivia

The Perestroika club in Broker is owned by Mikhail Faustin. Perestroika was a name given to the political and economic reforms of the Soviet Union by then-leader Mikhail Gorbachev. Not only is it odd that they both share the same name, it should also be noted that the literal meaning of Perestroika is 'restructuring', possibly referring to either the rebuilding of the old ways in the USSR in Hove Beach, or referring to the restructuring of one's life in America. See more »

Goofs

In the mission 'Clean Getaway' for Vlad Glebov, the subway train stops at an abandoned station at Dukes Boulevard. No other train ever stops here. See more »

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[after the end credits]
Niko Bellic: So this is what the dream feels like? This is the victory we longed for.
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The Crowd of Liberty City - No Names See more »

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References Terminator 2: Judgment Day (1991) See more »

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Performed by Boys Noize
(Boys Noize (as A. Ridha))
[Station: ElectroChoc]
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This is unlike anything you can believe
6 May 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Perfection, or the closest thing possible is achieved with GTA IV. This may sound weird but it's hard to not think that this is a real breathing city. If one word could sum up the game I think it would be 'detail'. Every aspect of the game is as detailed as possible and it is easily the best game ever made respective of the technological possibility. For instance, the AI of the people walking down the street is almost creepy, it seems like these are living people. The dialogue is truly impressive, I believe that this game could compete with some of the best films around. Some people say that the cut-scenes have errors and other minuscule details are slightly askew, but truthfully if they are looking that close for errors they are missing the grand picture. Fantastic acting, worthy of film awards, breathtaking graphics, beyond realistic physics, and just enthralling game-play make this the first truly next-gen game that goes beyond just better graphics, pushing the limits of what I thought was possible. It's one hell of a deal for only $60, it's easily worth hundreds. Rockstar is genius for a making a game so immersive, so realistic, but yet manages to keep that funny, satiric GTA feel. Congrats Rockstar, you deserve your success.

P.S. screw off anyone that believes that video games cause people to do crimes. That's just being lazy.


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