Niko Bellic, a veteran from the Bosnian war who struggles with memories of the horrors of war, migrates to Liberty City in search of a better life as well as to escape the memories of his past. His cousin, Roman, tells Niko of how great life is in Liberty City prior to his arrival. But Roman's stories turn out to be false. Instead, Roman struggles with paying off debt to other mobsters, and this puts both men, especially Niko, in a bad spot as Niko ends up having to work with mobsters in order to scrape up a living in the city. However, Niko and Roman are forced to leave their home in Hove Beach as Russian mobster, Dmitri Rascalov, puts their lives at stake. Will Niko be able to get the dreams he wishes that he wanted to have in Liberty City, or will he have to live through his memories again? Written by
Welcome to Liberty City, where the only dirty word is hope
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29 April 2008 (USA)
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Removed locations had the names "Anger Bay" (based on Pelham Bay), Norfolk (NoHo), Jefferson Heights (Hamilton Heights), Acter Bay (South Kearny), Richmond (Richmond Hill), Frogtown (Turtle Bay) and a representation of Washington Heights. See more
On Public Liberty Radio's 'The Pacemaker' show, Waylon Mason explains that his mother died during childbirth, but later refers to her as "leaving him in dirty diapers all day", despite the fact she died during his childbirth, which is verified when he and his father home-cremated her. See more
So, you like the car? I didn't think a manly guy like you would drive something like this. You got a wife or girlfriend or something?
I'm picking this up for a friend.
Yeah? What a gentleman. You don't meet guys like you in this city no more. All the good men are gone is what my dad says.
Your dad sounds real old school. You and him close?
Nah, not really. he's great and all, it's just I don't like his tough guy friends. I only hang out with gay guys, you know. At least they won't try and get ...
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References Behind Enemy Lines
Performed by Q. Lazzarus
(as Q Lazzarus)
Written by William Garvey
(as W. Garvey)
[Station: Liberty Rock Radio 97.8] See more