My Experience as a GTA IV Complete Edition Player

There is one caveat that I must add to my “GTA IV is not a bad game” rant. It’s not a bad game for everyone. There are some people it’s not for at all. The people who enjoy GTA IV’s single player, the “story” mode, might not like the “collective” mode. The people who like to jump into a game with a lot of features and options might not get that here. The thing is, both modes are interesting in their own ways. In a game where you explore the world and take on a variety of missions, it’s nice to have a well-rounded experience that can appeal to different types of players.

I’ve always been a story-heavy gamer. I love games that let me explore the world and really get to know the characters. I like games that have multiple endings, and I like games that let me feel like I’ve really done something when I’ve finished. That’s why I love GTA IV. Even if it’s not my favorite game of all time, it’s one that I keep coming back to again and again. There are so many different storylines that I can play through. There are so many different ways to play the game. There’s the story mode where you can play the game from the beginning, or you can jump in at any point

What you need to know?

GTA IV is the fifth major installment in the Grand Theft Auto series, developed and published by Rockstar North. The game was released in North America in October 2008, and in Europe in November. It is available on the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and Microsoft Windows. The game was followed by Grand Theft Auto V in 2013, a massive open world action-adventure game. It was the first game in the series to be set in modern times.

The player character is Niko Bellic, a Serbian-American who, during the events of the game, becomes a foreign national in the city of Liberty City

What I liked?

There are a lot of things that I really like about GTA IV. The story is just mesmerizing and the world is just so huge. It feels like you’re really in New York City and you’re just exploring it. There are so many things to do, so many people to meet. You’ll find yourself just going around the city to random people’s houses just to see what they’re up to. It’s just really cool to see the interactions between the citizens and to go to random events and watch people’s lives. It’s like living in the world, and it’s something that you don’t get from other games. You don’t get to see the lives of the people in GTA IV. You just get to see what they do and what they say while you’re in their world.

What I didn’t?

There are a couple of things that I wish were different when I play GTA IV. The first one is the game’s difficulty. It can be really hard at times. That can be a turnoff for some people. Some people might want a game where they can breeze through it and not have to think about anything. It’s not a bad thing, but it’s something that could be better. Plus, I wish there was more variety in the game. Maybe a mode where you’re trying to collect all of the songs on the radio and you have to play the game with those songs on. That would be pretty cool.

Why I love GTA IV’s single player

For the story-minded gamer such as myself, GTA IV’s single player is an adventure that you can really sink your teeth into. The story mode is just that. You play as Niko Bellic, an Eastern-European immigrant who moves to Liberty City, an open, sprawling city that is constantly in flux. As Niko, you will explore the city, meet a variety of characters, and experience a tale that is often unpredictable. You will also be able to play through the game as a few different characters, all of whom have their own stories, and their own reasons for wanting to take down Niko. It’s a gameplay mode that allows you to experience the game in a unique way, and will keep you entertained for hours.

Why I love GTA IV’s multiplayer

The multiplayer in GTA IV is a bit of a wild card. You’re on an island with a ton of people, where anything goes. You can do whatever you want, and the only rules are your own. The only thing that really matters here is how you approach it. You can go into competitive multiplayer and try to make a name for yourself as the best that GAT has to offer. You can go into team-based competitive multiplayer, where you try to work with your friends to be the best. You can go into criminal multiplayer, where there are no rules other than “be cool.” You can go into insane, and I mean INSANE, multiplayer mode where the only goals are to take each other’s money and knock each other off the island. There are just so many different ways to play, and that’s what makes it so fun.

Many of the GTA games that have come before it have focused on the single player story mode. GTA IV, on the other hand, allows players to join in on a multiplayer experience that is as diverse as the world itself. While there are many different types of multiplayer, it’s nice to have a mode that isn’t focused on the solo story.

Why I love GTA IV’s collectible elements

GTA IV’s collectible elements are a great addition to the game, but might be a little too challenging for some players. When you start the game, there are three safe houses that you can purchase. Each safe house comes with $1,000,000 worth of in-game cash, and as you play through the story mode, you will come across various collectible tokens, including: Art, clothes, cars and even houses. You can spend your money on these collectibles, and if you’re really good, you might actually find them worth it.

You can also find various collectible “notes,” which are pieces of paper with various messages on them. You can find these in various places in the city. They’re not really worth anything, but they’re fun to search for, and it’s a different way to experience the city.


GTA IV is not a bad game. It’s not a great game. There are a few things that could have been done better, but this game is still worth playing. The story is engaging and the game world is unique. It’s a very different experience than most games out there. Even though many people disagree with me, I feel the game is very well-rounded. It has elements of both a story-heavy game and an open-world game. I can’t say that enough. The game is an RPG, a shooter, and an action-adventure game. There is also an open world in which to explore and complete missions. There are tons of things to do in the open world and many different ways to do them. What do you think? Do you like the “collective” and “single” modes of GTA IV? Why or why not? Let me know below!

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