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When the game is booted up, it loads until a 'Game Select' screen appears. At that screen, it displays all three game logos ([[The Ballad Of Gay Tony|TBoGT]], IV and [[The Lost and Damned|TLAD]] from left to right), and then the player of the game decides which game they want to play. After the game is selected, it starts as per usual compared to the originals. The PC version, however, contains GTA IV and Episodes from Liberty City as two standalone games, instead of a combined game.
 
When the game is booted up, it loads until a 'Game Select' screen appears. At that screen, it displays all three game logos ([[The Ballad Of Gay Tony|TBoGT]], IV and [[The Lost and Damned|TLAD]] from left to right), and then the player of the game decides which game they want to play. After the game is selected, it starts as per usual compared to the originals. The PC version, however, contains GTA IV and Episodes from Liberty City as two standalone games, instead of a combined game.
 
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Latest revision as of 13:04, June 27, 2013

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The box art for GTA IV: the Complete Edition
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Grand Theft Auto IV: The Complete Edition is a game that was developed by Rockstar North, and produced by Rockstar Games. The game features the original GTA IV storyline, as well as having both its DLCs, in one disc (2 discs for the Xbox 360 version). The game was released on October 26, 2010 in the US, for PS3, Xbox 360, and PC.

When the game is booted up, it loads until a 'Game Select' screen appears. At that screen, it displays all three game logos (TBoGT, IV and TLAD from left to right), and then the player of the game decides which game they want to play. After the game is selected, it starts as per usual compared to the originals. The PC version, however, contains GTA IV and Episodes from Liberty City as two standalone games, instead of a combined game.

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