Dating on gta 4 ballad of gay tony

26 Feb

Like the other relationships that Niko has with his friends in GTA IV, favor can be gained with girlfriends by taking them to different venues around the city.

Unlike the male friends, however, dating is more than just worrying about the venue.

He has become something of a junkie and letting the business suffer.

So he, among others, loans money from the wrong people, and you have to clean up, work off debts and take out the garbage of the wealthy.

Rockstar Games said in their press release that this episode "injects Liberty City with an overdose of guns, glitz, and crime" and that "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." A combined standalone disc-based package titled Grand Theft Auto: Episodes from Liberty City, which does not require the original Grand Theft Auto IV game to be played, was released alongside the second expansion and contains both The Lost and Damned and The Ballad of Gay Tony.

While The Ballad of Gay Tony features similar gameplay and the same setting to that of Grand Theft Auto IV, it contains roughly a similar amount of missions as that of The Lost and Damned.

It is the fourth expansion pack in the Grand Theft Auto series and the 14th release on the series.

However you can go to Tony's club and dance with a girl, then sleep with her.

Rockstar announced today that it will be available worldwide on October 29th. You can either download it through Xbox Live or purchase a disc including both of the 360 exclusive episodes, Tony and The Lost and Damned.

The compilation disc, dubbed Grand Theft Auto: Episodes from Liberty City, will not require a copy of Grand Theft Auto IV to play. Lost and Damned costs 1600 Microsoft Points () so expect to pay the same amount to purchase Tony individually.

You start out in the bank heist, though you do, accomplish, and contribute, zilch, nada, nothing.

Along the way, you will deal with the same stolen goods and the like, including, yup, those same diamonds.