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Grand Theft Auto IV: The Ballad of Gay Tony (2009)

Luis Lopez is forced to help his boss Anthony "Gay Tony" Prince and clean up his mess, discovering that the rich life of Liberty City is just as dangerous as the tough streets where Luis grew up.
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Mario D'Leon ... Luis Fernando Lopez (voice)
David Kenner David Kenner ... Tony Prince (voice) (as D.B. Cooper)
Greg Siff ... Rocco Pelosi (voice)
John Tormey ... Vince (voice)
Vitali Baganov ... Ray Bulgarin (voice)
Omid Djalili ... Yusuf Amir (voice)
Jaime Fernandez Jaime Fernandez ... Armando Torres (voice)
J. Salome Martinez ... Henrique Bardas (voice) (as J. Salomé Martinez Jr.)
Lucia Armendariz Lucia Armendariz ... Adriana (voice)
Jeff Gurner Jeff Gurner ... Mori Kibbutz (voice)
Timothy Adams ... Brucie Kibbutz (voice)
Robert Youells ... Evan Moss (voice)
Wilhelm Lewis ... Dessie / Bouncer - Integrity 2.0 / Security Guard (voice)
Robert T. Bogue ... Troy (voice) (as Robert Bogue)
Rob Yang ... Triad (voice)

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Storyline

Luis Lopez is the bodyguard and business partner of famous Liberty City nightclub owner Anthony "Gay Tony" Prince. With the drug-addled Tony owing money to the mob and other shady characters, Luis is forced to help his boss and clean up his mess, discovering that the rich life of Liberty City is just as dangerous as the tough streets where Luis grew up. The second expansion pack of Grand Theft Auto IV, this game takes place roughly around the same time as Niko Bellic's journey in Liberty City, as well as the first expansion, "The Lost and Damned." Written by Lebowski

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Trivia

Nearly ten years after the game's release, an update came out on April 26th, 2018 that removed several songs from the radio stations due to licensing issues. The following tracks were removed:

K109 The Studio

-"Still In Love" by Rose Royce

Vladivostok FM

-"Salvation" by Sucker D.J.'s

-"Music" by Jonathan Peters feat. Maya Azucena

-"When Love Takes Over" by David Guetta feat. Kelly Rowland

San Juan Sounds

-"El Desprecio" by Aventura

-"Na De Na" by Angel y Khriz (feat. Gocho & John Eric)

-"Dime (Reggaeton Remix)" by Ivy Queen

-"Llora, Llora" by Tego Calderon (feat. Oscar D'León) See more »

Goofs

Inside Maisonette 9, there are 3 doors leading outside in the hall. One is the main entrance, another is unused and the third is visible only outside, but would lead into the men's bathroom. There are also a group of windows outside over where the bathroom would be. There is neither the door or the windows inside the bathroom. See more »

Quotes

Luis Fernando Lopez: [when he hits someone] My car, I should be suing you!
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Crazy Credits

The "game complete" credits contain some cutscenes depicting missions played during the game (although they are not actual replays). See more »

Connections

Follows Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars (2009) See more »

Soundtracks

Put Your Body In It
(uncredited)
by Stephanie Mills
( Edward Moore & Howard King)
[Station: K109 The Studio]
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A legendary Game
25 February 2020 | by jamesarooneySee all my reviews

I was obsessed with Gta 4 I lived and breathed it this game I loved it you play Luis Fernando Lopez a bouncer and bodyguard of Tony Prince I really got into this game Rockstar really opened up with homosexuality and they do it really much its a new approach for the company this is not a game for the LGBt community but its Rockstar its gritty violent and controversial you will love this game you have to be 17+ or 18 in nz


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Release Date:

29 October 2009 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

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