Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories is coming back to mobile devices, so get ready to go back to the East Coast. This definitive open-world journey has been remastered for Android with better graphics, rebalanced touch controls, and the ability to save across platforms. Missions are shorter and easier to complete, which is better for mobile play.
Toni Cipriani comes back to Liberty City after being in hiding for killing a made man. He used to be a trusted smart guy for the Leone family. Now, the streets of Liberty City are in chaos as warring families fight for control and the town starts to fall apart under waves of government corruption, organized crime, drug trafficking, and union strikes. Toni tries to get the city under Leone family rule, but crazy hit men, immoral businessmen, cynical politicians, and even his own mother stand in his way.
• New textures and character art with a high quality.• Lights and shadows that change in real time.• Draw distance has been improved.• Controls for touch-screen games have been rebalanced.• Cloud saves that work on all platforms through the Rockstar Social Club.• Help for physical controllers br>br>br>Discover more:The company Rockstar Games, Inc. Take-Two Interactive Software owns the rights for Rockstar Games, R*, Grand Theft Auto, and Liberty City Stories. No One Has the Right.
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