For Rockstar Games, the mobile gaming revolution has been a great time to dig out all its last-gen games (or in some cases last-last-gen) and repackage them for mobile platforms – and let’s be honest: it’s a win-win situation. The next game on Rockstar’s list of revivals is GTA: Liberty City Stories, which was originally released in 2005 on the Playstation Portable. For those aren’t experiencing a nostalgia trip, GTA: Liberty City Stories sees you take control of Toni Cipriani, who once worked for the Leone family. Liberty City is now in a bad state, with warring families, organized crime, and corrupt politicians all making it difficult for Cipriani in his quest to get the Leone family control of the city.
Rockstar says that it has streamlined the whole mobile experience with shortened missions, better controls and updated graphics, much like Rockstar’s previous efforts when reviving its older games. For a limited time, starting from today’s launch, GTA: Liberty City Stories is going to be 40% off, making it $3.99 USD during this discounted period – not a bad deal for a feature length game, and probably well worth the nostalgia. If you’re hankering for a trip back to Liberty City, we’ve got the Play Store link for you down below:GTA: Liberty City Stories (Playboard) | GTA: Liberty City Stories (Play Store)
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