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This is a list of vehicles are exclusive to or modified in The Ballad of Gay Tony, the second and final episode for Grand Theft Auto IV. All vehicles from GTA IV and some from The Lost and Damned are available in The Ballad of Gay Tony. There are 20 new vehicles introduced to the episode and four returning in their modified variant or were inaccessible until now. Some names from the 3D Universe, like the Caddy and the Tampa make a return.

Grand Theft Auto: The Ballad of Gay Tony

The Ballad of Gay Tony verpasst Liberty City eine Extraportion Waffen, Glitter und Schmutz. Als Luis Lopez, Teilzeit-Ganove und Vollzeit-Assistent des legendären Nachtclub-Impresarios Tony Prince (besser bekannt als „Gay Tony“), wirst du mit den konkurrierenden Loyalitäten von Familie und Freunden zu kämpfen haben und dabei nie sicher sein, wer sein wahres oder ein falsches Gesicht zeigt, in einer Welt, in der jeder seinen Preis hat. Für diesen Inhalt gibt es keine Rückerstattung. Weitere Infor…

Grand Theft Auto: The Ballad of Gay Tony

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Grand Theft Auto: Episodes from Liberty City includes both The Lost and Damned and The Ballad of Gay Tony together and does not require a copy of the original Grand Theft Auto IV to play.

In The Lost and Damned, experience Liberty City as Johnny, a veteran member of The Lost, a notorious biker gang. Johnny has been creating business opportunities for The Lost in Liberty City but his first loyalty must be to the patch he wears on his back and to Billy Grey, the club’s President. However, when Billy returns from rehab hell-bent on bloodshed and debauchery, Johnny finds himself in the middle of a vicious turf war with rival gangs for control of a city torn apart by violence and corruption. Can the brotherhood survive?

The Ballad of Gay Tony injects Liberty City with an overdose of guns, glitz, and grime. As Luis Lopez, part-time hoodlum and full-time assistant to legendary nightclub impresario Tony Prince (aka „“Gay Tony““), players will struggle with the competing loyalties of family and friends, and with the uncertainty about who is real and who is fake in a world in which everyone has a price.

System Requirements:Supported OS: Windows Vista – Service Pack 1, Windows XP – Service Pack 3 Minimum Requirements: Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo 1.8GHz, AMD Athlon X2 64 2.4GHz RAM: 1.5GB Hard Disk: 16GB Video Card: 256MB Nvidia 7900 / 256MB ATI X1900 Additional Requirements: DirectX 9.0c Compliant Card Initial activation requires internet connection; Online play requires log-in to Games For Windows – Live Rockstar Games Social Club (13+ to register); software installations required including: Sony DADC SecuROM, Adobe Flash and Internet Explorer. 5.1 Channel Audio Card

Grand Theft Auto: Episodes from Liberty City includes both The Lost and Damned and The Ballad of Gay Tony together and does not require a copy of the original Grand Theft Auto IV to play.

In The Lost and Damned, experience Liberty City as Johnny, a veteran member of The Lost, a notorious biker gang. Johnny has been creating business opportunities for The Lost in Liberty City but his first loyalty must be to the patch he wears on his back and to Billy Grey, the club’s President. However, when Billy returns from rehab hell-bent on bloodshed and debauchery, Johnny finds himself in the middle of a vicious turf war with rival gangs for control of a city torn apart by violence and corruption. Can the brotherhood survive?

The Ballad of Gay Tony injects Liberty City with an overdose of guns, glitz, and grime. As Luis Lopez, part-time hoodlum and full-time assistant to legendary nightclub impresario Tony Prince (aka „“Gay Tony““), players will struggle with the competing loyalties of family and friends, and with the uncertainty about who is real and who is fake in a world in which everyone has a price.

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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

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User Reviews

Years ago I played a top-down view GTA game on my old PC. The graphics were basic and the idea was simple. Years later I picked up GTA4 after it had been out for a while, having not taken part in the other versions since my PC days. I really loved the scale of it and the story and, once my tenth prestige on Modern Warfare 2 was achieved, I picked up a disc with the two downloadable chapters on it. The first of these was good but it had some problems. The base for your character was the island playing the part of New Jersey – a terribly dull and grey place in the game. The gang wars were cool but required biking it for long distances. The Xbox achievement points were mostly down to „finish the game“ and not spread out and generally the game seemed to be trying to be gritty and downbeat, while still allowing you to run amuck like in the main game. I liked it as an add-on but there were things about it that could have been better.I almost wish that I had played Lost & Damned when it came out, because then i could convince myself that Rockstar listened to me. Sadly, as it was my comments came long after both chapters were released – which is a shame because The Ballad of Gay Tony is a massive improvement and pretty much everything I had pause over in Lost & Damned is addressed in this second download. The home base locations are all on Manhattan and, although you cover all of the boroughs and Jersey, it is great to be mostly around this area. The story is one of club lifestyles, drugs, wealth and excess – we still have junkies but now they are very wealthy as opposed to infected and waiting for death like they were in Lost & Damned. The weapons are souped up (AA12 and of course the wonderful sticky bombs), the vehicles are generally better and of course the buzzard and the tank being available makes „messing around“ a lot easier and more fun. The parachute was new to me and I did find the base jumping challenges very hard but generally they were cage fighting and drug wars are just two other extra things to be done outside of the main story and wisely the game achievement points have been spread across all of these so that they are more than just side activities but necessary to 100% the game. Even the dancing has achievements associated with it – an activity that I hated until I understood the instructions then I loved it – doing the bus stop was great fun. Back to the main story though. As before, it dove-tails into part of GTA4 in regards the theft and repeated theft of the bag of diamonds. This is good stuff and is satisfying to see things come together. The alternative view on Brucie is an example of the story being pretty clever and I did respect it for working with that character a little. Luis is one cool character and I enjoyed playing that role a lot. Of course in terms of characters all come second to the addition of Yusuf Amir, who is hilariously over the top and very well voiced by UK comedian Omid Djalili. His cut scenes are among the best and his missions are generally the most outrageously over the top (stealing a subway train and airlifting it out of the city!!). All of the missions are fun though and most of the cut scenes get the balance right between being entertaining and instructional while not running too long to make you feel like you’re not being allowed to play the game! The Ballad of Gay Tony is not only a great downloaded extra, but it is easily a great game if you pick it up for itself. The many little distractions give it life, while the exaggerated action and glitzy characters give the game a real sense of OTT fun that the Lost & Damned didn’t manage. Even after all the time I’d spent in Liberty City by the time I started this game, it still managed to be fresh, fun and entertaining.

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Synopsis

Luis Fernando Lopez, the protagonist of The Ballad of Gay Tony

In contrast to The Lost and DamnedThe Ballad of Gay Tony shines light on arguably the most glamorous place on Earth – the celebrity nightclub scene. Luis Lopez and Tony Prince are the two main characters. Being in debt to gangsters, Luis and Tony are barraged with temptation and the ever increasing necessity of selling each other out. The duo rejects some substantial opportunities; Yusuf Amir franchising them, Cloe Parker bailing them out, Mori Kibbutz having a high-stakes bet, Rocco Pelosi threatening them, and Tony himself resorting to fraud. Very few, if any, of the characters make it the entire game without telling a lie; sometimes because of business, other times because of a social imbalance (such as Yusuf wanting to impress Luis, or Tony mocking Mori behind his back while flattering him eye to eye) – which gives the impression and teaches the valuable life lesson that no one is to be trusted.

By the end of the game Luis and Tony have resolved trust issues they have with each other, successfully erased their debt and it is hinted that they may have eventually agreed to franchise Maisonette 9 and Hercules with Yusuf, despite their initial refusal.

Another important set of characters, though they do not affect the main storyline, are the fictional celebrities met in the Club Management missions. Luis and Tony are made the peers and trusted confidants of extremely powerful celebrities. Beyond the comic value of pop culture, it is meant to portray opportunity raining from the sky for Tony and Luis, some of which might lure them to abandon or endanger each other.

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Luis Fernando Lopez is being held hostage at the Bank of Liberty, during a robbery involving Niko BellicPatrick McRearyDerrick McReary and Michael Keane. A local gun club member lying next to him, Eugene Reaper, shoots and kills Keane and is then killed by the McReary brothers in retaliation. The scene cuts to the aftermath of the robbery; Luis is being questioned by the police about the incident before proceeding to Gay Tony’s loft. On the way, he is nearly run over by Niko Bellic (returning from the robbery) and Johnny Klebitz who rides past him. Rocco Pelosi, a senior Ancelotti mobster, and his accomplice Vince enter the loft and collect Tony’s club income for the week as interest repayment on an outstanding loan. Tony then discusses with Luis his dire financial situation with his two clubs, Maisonette 9 and Hercules. In an attempt to curry favor with Rocco, Tony and Luis go to Chinatown to negotiate a deal with a senior TriadBilly Grey, President of The Lost Motorcycle Gang is seen arranging an ambush on Johnny Klebitz and Jim Fitzgerald with the Triad as Tony and Luis enter the room. The negotiations with the Triad soon turn awry, and Luis protects Tony as they escape Chinatown.

Luis visits his mother, who also has financial issues, and his childhood friends Henrique Bardas and Armando Torres. Luis‘ mother does not approve of his lifestyle and would like him to attend to college. Henrique and Armando are Luis‘ friends who are heavily involved with the narcotics distribution trade. Luis soon becomes acquainted with Yusuf Amir, a real estate developer in Liberty City. Luis helps Yusuf acquire several vehicles, including an experimental military grade chopper called the „BuzzardAPC used by the NOOSEeven a subway carriage.

Meanwhile, Tony is headed in a downward spiral due to substance abuse, supplied by his boyfriend Evan Mosshead to the docks to buy $2 million worth of diamondscook coming in on a tanker called the „Platypus“. During the exchange, members of the The Lost (now led by Johnny Klebitz, formerly Billy Grey) attack and kill Evan and acquire the diamonds. Tony promises Luis that he will quit the substance abuse and introduces Luis to Mori Kibbutz, and his younger brother Brucie. Mori is highly egotistical, constantly bullies and belittles Brucie, a source of irritation to Luis who repeatedly stands up for the younger brother. Through entering Triathlons and undertaking dangerous police chases, Luis eventually managed to cancel Tony’s debt to Mori. After Brucie finally retaliates and punches Mori, he later shows up at Maisonette 9 to thank Luis. Brucie leans in towards Luis after a series of compliments, strongly implying an attempt to hit on him. Luis strongly declines, and Brucie awkwardly attempts to convince Luis that he was just testing him to see if he was gay.

Tony and Luis meet Ray Bulgarin and his associate Timur at Maisonette 9, who offer Luis some work in exchange for financial help. Luis helps Bulgarin eliminate some corrupt federal agents and acquire the Liberty City Rampage hockey team. Gracie Ancelotti gets Tony back on the drugs and is later kidnapped by unknown assailants. The Ancelottis establish that Gracie has been kidnapped because of the diamonds and are pointing the blame at Tony and Luis. Tony learns that the diamonds are being exchangedThe Libertonianretrieve them. Luis ambushes the exchange (involving Niko Bellic and Johnny Klebitz) and escapes in the Buzzard, which has since been gold plated.

Bulgarin phones Luis, telling him to go to the roof of a building in midtown Algonquin. As Luis uncovers the severed head of the cook from the „Platypus“, Bulgarin explains that the diamonds belong to him and accuses the cook, Luis and Tony of colluding to steal them. It emerges that Bulgarin has led Luis to an ambush on the rooftop, and he escapes alive. Gracie’s father, Giovanni Ancelotti, then orders Luis and Tony to trade the diamonds with the kidnappers and get Gracie back. At the exchange, Bulgarin shows up and orders his men to attack the assailants, Packie McReary and Niko Bellic. Bulgarin flees the scene and amidst the chaos the diamonds fall into a dump truck headed the opposite direction. Luis, Tony and Gracie escape in a speedboat.

Because of being preoccupied with recent events, Tony refuses to pay his debts and the city closes down all of his clubs. Luis meets Rocco and Vince in the restrooms in Middle Park, and they explain to him that he must kill Tony, or the Ancelottis and Russians will team up and kill Tony, Luis and all of their friends and family. Luis shows up at Maisonette 9, and contemplates shooting Tony before pointing the gun at Vince and shooting him in the head. Tony warns Luis not to shoot Rocco, as he is a „made man“. Rocco escapes and the Russians show up ensuing in a huge gunfight within the club. Tony blames Luis for contemplating to kill him and flees to his apartment to pack and move to the desert. Luis convinces Tony that he chose not to kill him because it is them against the world, and that they need to resolve their situation. Luis ventures to Firefly Island to ambush a Russian heroin exchange, telling Tony to hide out by the MonoglobeMeadows Park.

In the fairground, Luis destroys the heroin and kills Timur, who mentions that Bulgarin is fleeing the city by plane within two hours. After an opportune phone conversation, Yusuf shows up in the Buzzard and eliminates the pursuing Russians while Luis drives to the airport. Luis manages to board the plane, and kills all of the henchmen on board. A vengeful Bulgarin emerges from the cockpit holding a grenade, threatening destruction to both of them if Luis kills him. Luis takes the risk and shoots Bulgarin, who drops the grenade causing it to explode. Luis parachutes out of the burning wreckage of the plane to safety, and heads to Meadows Park where Tony is waiting. Once there, they both tell Yusuf that they won’t franchise the clubs since they prefer to keep it a „family business“.

As for the diamonds, they in the end are found by a street dweller among a heap of garbage when Luis accidentally bumps into him en route to meeting Tony at Meadows Park.

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Luis Lopez est l’homme de toutes les situations, celui qui résout tous les problèmes, et quand on est le bras droit du roi de la nuit, le légendaire Anthony „Gay Tony“ PrinceAlgonquin n’est que strass et paillettes. Tony a tout – respect, puissance, argent – et le fait de posséder les deux boites les plus en vue de la ville fait de lui le roi incontesté de la fête a Liberty City. Mais au beau milieu d’un monde en profonde restructuration et frappé par la crise, Tony plonge dans une spirale infernale : criblé de dettes, il doit également se battre avec tous ceux qui convoitent son trône. Aidez Luis à sauver l’empire de Tony et à laisser une empreinte indélébile sur un monde gouverné par les excès et la décadence tout en veillant sur sa anciens amis. La fête touche a sa fin, et il ne tient qu’a Luis de raviver la flamme.

Handlung

In The Ballad of Gay Tony schlüpft man die Rolle des dominikanischen Straßengangsters Luis Fernando Lopez, der als persönlicher Bodyguard und Geschäftspartner für und mit Anthony „Gay Tony“ Prince, einem Nachtclub-Unternehmer, arbeitet.

Luis muss oft wegen Gay Tony auch anderen Personen helfen, da Tony entweder hohe Schuldenberge bei gewissen Personen angehäuft hat oder es Freunde von ihm sind. Bereits am Anfang bekommt man von Gay Tony verschiedene Aufträge, da dieser Schulden bei Rocco Pelosi, einem Ancelotti-Mitglied, hat. In der Zwischenzeit gibt es auch Probleme mit Luis’ Mutter und seinen Freunden, die denken, dass er sich durch das Nachtclubgeschäft stark verändert hat. Anfangs wird man von Luis’ Mutter beauftragt, Schulden bei einem Kredithai zu begleichen, indem man illegale Untergrundkämpfe für ihn bestreitet. Luis muss allerdings absichtlich verlieren, damit der Kredithai sein auf Luis’ Gegner gesetztes Geld bekommt. Nach dieser Mission wird man von Armando Torres und Henrique Bardas aufgerufen, um ihnen bei Drogendeals beizustehen – später auch bei den sogenannten „Drogenkriege“-Missionen. Nachdem man die Missionen von Luis’ Mutter absolviert hat, wird man von Yusuf Amir angerufen, einem der reichsten Männer in Liberty City und Besitzer von mehreren Immobilien. Trotz Yusufs Reichtum und seiner scheinbar unbegrenzten Kaufkraft kann er sich oftmals nur mit dem „Original“ begnügen, sodass man von ihm unter anderem Aufträge zur Beschaffung verschiedener Fortbewegungsmittel entgegen nehmen muss. Dazu zählt unter anderem die Beschaffung eines GPT-Panzer sowie eines Eisenbahnwaggons. Zusätzlich hat er sich als Ziel gesetzt, seinen Vater Abdul mit einem einzigartigen Kampfhubschrauber zu beeindrucken und beauftragt deshalb Luis mit dem Diebstahl eines Prototypen des Buzzard von südafrikanischen Waffenschmugglern.

Wenig später wird man von Mori Kibbutz, dem Bruder von Bruce Kibbutz, angerufen. Ersterer gibt gerne gegenüber Brucie an. Seine Missionen bestehen darin, einen Triathlon abzuschließen, ein paar Drogendealer zu töten und einen Bullet GT zu stehlen, während man von der Polizei gejagt wird.

Ein wenig später wird man wieder von Tony angerufen, da dieser Probleme mit dem einflussreichen Internet-Blogger „The Celebinator“ (eine Parodie auf Perez Hilton) hat, da dieser schlechte Beiträge über Tonys Clubs schreibt. Dabei lädt Tony den Celebinator zu einem Rundflug ein. Jedoch wirft Luis den Celebinator aus dem Helikopter, um ihm Angst einzujagen. Der Blogger wird allerdings von Luis gerade noch rechtzeitig aufgefangen und per Fallschirm sicher auf den Boden zurückgebracht.

Vorher aber kaufen Tony und Luis Diamanten von einem PlatypusThe Lost Motorcycle Club, der ebenfalls an den Diamanten interessiert ist. Der Lebensgefährte von Tony, Evan Moss, kommt dabei ums Leben. The Lost schaffen es tatsächlich, die Diamanten zu stehlen, diese werden wiederum von Luis zurückerobert, da letzterer in den Deal zwischen Johnny Klebitz und dem Jüdischen Mob geplatzt ist. Luis kann durch seinen Hubschrauber, mit dem er auf dem Dach des Libertonian Museum gelandet ist, beinahe ungestört fliehen, lediglich die Polizei muss er abschütteln. Als Niko Bellic und Patrick McReary Gracie Ancelotti entführen, die Tochter des Ancelotti-Paten, müssen Tony und Luis die Diamanten wieder hergeben, um Gracie freizukaufen. Tony und Luis tun dies jedoch nur, um nicht von der Ancelotti-Familie getötet zu werden, falls sie Gracie nicht wieder lebend befreien.

Gegen Ende bietet Ray Bulgarin Luis Arbeit an. Seine Missionen bestehen darin, Marki Ashvilli, den Besitzer des Liberty City Rampage, einer Eishockeymannschaft, zu töten. Dieser musste sterben, da er Bulgarin seine Sportmannschaft nicht verkaufen wollte, obwohl eine von Ashvilli geschmierte N.O.O.S.E.-Einheit bereits von Luis ausgeschaltet wurde, da sie Bulgarin belastendes Material unterjubeln wollte. Nach diesen Missionen findet Bulgarin heraus, dass Luis ursprünglich seine Diamanten stahl. Daraufhin schickt er Luis zu einem Dach, wo auf ihn eine Überraschung wartet. Bulgarin ruft ihn an und sagt, dass er nun wisse, dass Luis seine Diamanten stahl. Luis öffnet nach dem Anruf eine Pizzaschachtel, in welcher der Kopf des Kochs ist, der Tony die Diamanten verkaufte. Luis tötet daraufhin vier Scharfschützen und weitere Gangster, die im Auftrag von Bulgarin anrücken.

Nach Rodislavs Missionen wird Luis von Rocco angerufen – Luis soll sich mit ihm und seinem OnkelMiddle Park treffen. Rocco sagt, dass Luis sich entscheiden soll, ob er Tony oder sich selbst das Leben nimmt, da die Ancelottis und Bulgarin entweder Tony oder Luis tot sehen wollen. Luis entscheidet sich im Club dann, Tony nicht zu töten und stattdessen Roccos Onkel zu erschießen. Daraufhin stürmen Bulgarins Männer das Maisonette 9, um Tony und Luis zu töten. Jedoch schaffen es Luis und Tony, die Angreifer abzuwehren und der Mafia zu entkommen.

Da Tony unter dem Stress und den Drogen, die er entgegen Luis’ Rat nimmt, leidet und beide um ihr Leben fürchten, entschließt sich Luis Bulgarin zu töten, um dem Schrecken ein Ende zu bereiten. In der letzten Mission zerstört Luis mehrere Heroin-Vans von Bulgarin, da er hofft, ihn dort zu treffen. Allerdings befindet sich lediglich Timur hier. Timur erklärt Luis dann, dass sich Bulgarin mit seinem Jet ins Ausland absetzen will und er keine Chance mehr hat, ihn aufzuhalten. Luis tötet nach einer kleinen Verfolgungsjagd im FunlandBati Custom zum Flughafen, um Bulgarins Jet doch noch aufzuhalten. Auf dem Weg zum FIA greifen ihn mehrere von Bulgarins Wagen an, die jedoch dank Yusuf Amirs Hilfe keine Bedrohung für Luis darstellen. Dieser schafft es den sich schon auf dem Landebahn befindenden Jet einzuholen und in das Flugzeug zu springen, wo er gegen Bulgarins Leibwächter kämpft. Schlussendlich steht er Bulgarin gegenüber, der mit einer Granate droht, den Jet in die Luft zu sprengen. Bulgarin zündet die Granate, wird allerdings wenige Sekunden später von Luis erschossen. Die Granate explodiert und Luis kann gerade noch rechtzeitig mit einem Fallschirm aus dem abstürzenden Wrack herausspringen.

Luis landet ihm Middle Park, wo er mit einem Obdachlosen zusammenstößt. Er hilft ihm auf und sagt ihm er solle sich von Leuten wie ihm fernhalten. Daraufhin findet Kapowitz einen kleinen Beutel. Als er diesen aufmacht, stellt er fest das in dem Beutel Diamanten enthalten sind. Er freut sich tierisch über diesen Fund.

Luis geht weiter und trifft sich mit Gay Tony auf einer Parkbank, wo dieser ihm mitteilt, dass Luis es geschafft hat. Yusuf Amir kommt hinzu und man sieht wie sie glücklich aus dem Park spazieren und über das Clubgeschäft plaudern.

Product description

Grand Theft Auto: Episodes from Liberty City includes both The Lost and Damned and The Ballad of Gay Tony together and does not require a copy of the original Grand Theft Auto IV to play.

In The Lost and Damned, experience Liberty City as Johnny, a veteran member of The Lost, a notorious biker gang. Johnny has been creating business opportunities for The Lost in Liberty City but his first loyalty must be to the patch he wears on his back and to Billy Grey, the club’s President. However, when Billy returns from rehab hell-bent on bloodshed and debauchery, Johnny finds himself in the middle of a vicious turf war with rival gangs for control of a city torn apart by violence and corruption. Can the brotherhood survive?

The Ballad of Gay Tony injects Liberty City with an overdose of guns, glitz, and grime. As Luis Lopez, part-time hoodlum and full-time assistant to legendary nightclub impresario Tony Prince (aka „“Gay Tony““), players will struggle with the competing loyalties of family and friends, and with the uncertainty about who is real and who is fake in a world in which everyone has a price.

Grand Theft Auto: Episodes from Liberty City includes both The Lost and Damned and The Ballad of Gay Tony together and does not require a copy of the original Grand Theft Auto IV to play.

In The Lost and Damned, experience Liberty City as Johnny, a veteran member of The Lost, a notorious biker gang. Johnny has been creating business opportunities for The Lost in Liberty City but his first loyalty must be to the patch he wears on his back and to Billy Grey, the club’s President. However, when Billy returns from rehab hell-bent on bloodshed and debauchery, Johnny finds himself in the middle of a vicious turf war with rival gangs for control of a city torn apart by violence and corruption. Can the brotherhood survive?

The Ballad of Gay Tony injects Liberty City with an overdose of guns, glitz, and grime. As Luis Lopez, part-time hoodlum and full-time assistant to legendary nightclub impresario Tony Prince (aka „“Gay Tony““), players will struggle with the competing loyalties of family and friends, and with the uncertainty about who is real and who is fake in a world in which everyone has a price.

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She is a debutant from London, supposedly famous (having been voted „Babe of the Month“) and also has a cocaine addiction. Her father is a wealthy businessman with a peerage (a highly prestigious honorary title in the United Kingdom) who spent £200,000 on her education. She also visits Shropshire (likely her family’s home), St. Tropez and Liberty City, where she slept with Maisonette 9 bouncer Luis Lopez. After hooking up with Luis she returned to London, dated and got engaged to a man named Bertie (also privately educated, and allegedly bisexual but „seventy percent hetero“). She may have been lying about returning to London, but her engagement to Bertie would support her claim. She is a parody of rich celebrities in general, forgetting minor characters in their lives (Daisie continually calls Luis other names such as Dave or Leslie despite him correcting her) and trying to keep her reputation intact.

She reunited with Luis in 2008 as a random character in Maisonette 9. She gave action star Chris Hunt a handjob and he planned on leaking the video online, to disprove rumors that he is gay. Luis drove Daisie around Algonquin in an attempt to track him down via his cell phone bleets. They travel to PerseusSquid Row and eventually they find him in Star Junction where he is supposedly premiering his latest movie, which turns out to be his sex tape on the Weazel News mega screen. The Celebinatorhis website about the sex tape.

Daisie later sends Luis an e-mail thanking him for his help and reveals that she and Bertie are getting married.

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Corner Kids

Fahrt zunächst wieder zu dem Haus von Luis Mutter. Seid Ihr dort angekommen, trefft Ihr zwei Freunde und Ihr müsst ihnen bei einer Aktion helfen. Steigt also in den SUV und fahrt mit Luis Freunden zum Ziel. Seid ihr angekommen platzt der Deal und die Polizei verfolgt euch. Kämpft euch von Deckung zu Deckung, bis Ihr alle Polizisten erledigt habt. Steigt nun in den SUV und fahrt eure Freunde zurück nach Hause.

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Beschreibung

The Ballad of Gay Tony verpasst Liberty City eine Extraportion Waffen, Glitter und Schmutz. Als Luis Lopez, Teilzeit-Ganove und Vollzeit-Assistent des legendären Nachtclub-Impresarios Tony Prince (besser bekannt als „Gay Tony“), wirst du mit den konkurrierenden Loyalitäten von Familie und Freunden zu kämpfen haben und dabei nie sicher sein, wer sein wahres oder ein falsches Gesicht zeigt, in einer Welt, in der jeder seinen Preis hat. Für diesen Inhalt gibt es keine Rückerstattung. Weitere Informationen finden Sie unter .

Produktbeschreibung

Zwei komplette Spiele auf einer Disc: Grand Theft Auto – The Lost and Damned & Grand Theft Auto – The Ballad of Gay Tony (Grand Theft Auto 4 wird nicht benötigt) Lost and Damned:The Lost and Damned zeigt Liberty City aus der Perspektive von Johnny, einem treuen Mitglied der Lost, einer berüchtigten Biker-Gang. Im verdanken die Lost große Teile ihre Einkommens aus Geschäften in Liberty City, aber an erster Stelle steht für ihn die Loyalität zum Gang-Abzeichen auf seinem Rücken und zu Billy Grey, dem Präsidenten des Clubs. Doch Billy ist nach seiner Entlassung aus dem Entzug wild auf ein Leben voller Blutvergießen und Exzesse. Schnell findet sich Johnny inmitten eines erbitterten Revierkampfes mit rivalisierenden Gangs wieder, der über die Vorherrschaft in einer von Gewalt und Korruption erschütterten Stadt entscheiden soll. Wird die Bruderschaft diese Zerreißprobe überstehen?The Ballad of Gay Tony:The Ballad of Gay Tony verpasst Liberty City eine Extraportion Waffen, Glitzer und Schmutz. Als Luis Lopez, Teilzeit-Ganove und Vollzeit-Assistent des legendären Nachtclub-Impresarios Tony Price (aka „Gay Tony“), wird man mit den konkurrierenden Loyalitäten zu Familie und Freunden zu kämpfen haben und der Unsicherheit, wer sein wahres oder ein falsches Gesicht zeigt, in einer Welt, in der jeder seinen Preis hat.

Universe

Grand Theft Auto: The Ballad of Gay Tony. It is the fourth expansion pack in the Grand Theft Auto series and the 13th release in the series. It was released on October 29, 2009. The PlayStation 3 and PC versions were later released on April 13, 2010 in North America and on April 16, 2010 in Europe.

The protagonistLuis Fernando Lopez, a part-time hoodlum and full-time assistant to legendary nightclub impresario Tony Prince. The storyline intertwines with the original game and first episode, most notably the Museum Piece mission that involves all three protagonists. As well as a new storyline, missions, and characters, it also features new game mechanics, vehiclesweaponsside missionscollectibles and achievements/trophies. As with The Lost and Damnedradio and in-game television programming is included. The game is also the first game in the series to implement a scoring system for missions.

Rockstar says, „Players will struggle with the competing loyalties of family and friends, and with the uncertainty about who is real and who is fake in a world in which everyone has a price.“ According to Rockstar’s official website, „The Ballad of Gay Tony injects Liberty City with an overdose of guns, glitz, and grime.“ Sam Houser, the founder of Rockstar Games, said before its release „This episode’s focus on high-end night life contrasts with the biker gangs portrayed in The Lost and Damned, whilst giving us a lot of new gameplay possibilities.“

As a downloadable expansion, it costs $19.99 (USD) on both Xbox Live and PlayStation Network.

At first, , was going to be released to the PS3 and PC on March 30, but due to Sony Computer Entertainment wanting to edit some of the radio stations, it was released on the later date of April 13 in North America and April 16 in Europe.

The stories for The Lost and DamnedThe Ballad of Gay Tony were written by Dan Houser and Rupert Humphries. All three stories run alongside each other and interwine at various points.

Épisode suivant

est sortie les 26 et 29 octobre 2010 pour respectivement l’Amérique du Nord et l’Europe.

Le héros se nomme Luis Lopez, il apparaît également dans GTA IVThe Lost and Damned à plusieurs reprises. Il est le garde du corps de Gay Tony.L’histoire se déroule en même temps que le jeu original et le premier épisode avec la mission Museum Piece qui implique les trois protagonistes. En plus d’une toute nouvelle histoire, de nouvelles missions et personnages, le jeu comprend aussi des véhicules, armes, collections et mini-jeux exclusifs. Comme pour TLAD, de nouvelles radios, sites internet et émissions télévisés font également leur apparition.

Alterseinstufung

) ist der zweite herunterladbare InhaltGrand Theft Auto IV, der zuerst exklusiv für die Xbox 360 am 29. Oktober 2009 für ca. 20 Euro bzw. 1.600 Microsoft-Punkte erschien und am 16. April 2010 auch für PlayStation 3 und PC veröffentlicht wurde. Ein selbstständiges DVD-Pack mit beiden GTA-IV-Erweiterungen und dem Titel „Grand Theft Auto: Episodes from Liberty City“ ist parallel mit der zweiten Episode veröffentlicht worden. Für dieses Pack wird nicht das originale GTA IV zum Spielen benötigt. „The Ballad of Gay Tony“ erschien zusammen mit „The Lost and Damned“ als Compilation „Episodes from Liberty City“ am 16. April 2010. The Ballad of Gay Tony lässt sich auch für 14,99 Euro im PSN-Store erwerben (Stand 28.01.2016). Am 09.02.2017 kam die Abwärtskompatibilität für die Xbox One. {Zwar nicht offiziell, aber man kann [zumindest per CD (soweit bekannt)] diesen Titel auf der Xbox One spielen}