Home Gaming GTA IV – The Complete Edition

GTA IV – The Complete Edition

1 min read

Are you one of the six people on the planet who still haven’t played Grand Theft Auto IV? Perhaps you played GTA IV but neither of the two new chapters? Does your lack of GTA IV experience leave you with feelings of inadequacy and/or a lowered libido? Well friend, help is at hand.

Amazon.com has just put up pre-orders for Grand Theft Auto IV: The Complete Edition on Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. For those who need it spelt out, the game will include the original Grand Theft Auto IV (a tale of love, romance and friendship set in contemporary Liberty City) as well as The Lost and Damned (the heart-warming coming of age story of a loveable gang of ruffian bikers) and The Ballad of Gay Tony (I have no ironic description for this one because I haven’t played it).

There’s box art too! But I’m using it to goad you into clicking the link to read more. How cunning.

Alright so the box art isn’t exactly Earth-shatteringly awesome, but it gets the job done. Amazon has the release date pegged as 26 October 2010 and both versions will go for $40 (expect it to be around R300). No mention of a PC edition though, but I bet PC gamers can look forward to a substandard, buggy version of The Complete Edition in about two years time.

Source: Kotaku

Last Updated: October 5, 2010


  1. You haven’t played Gay Tony? Shame on you! It’s the best of the bunch.


  2. Bobby Kotick loves James

    October 5, 2010 at 13:39

    I have to agree with Cleric. I thought Lost of the Damned was awesome, but they upped the ante with Gay Tony.


  3. Miklós Szecsei

    October 5, 2010 at 13:50

    I know I know! I feel dismally inadequate as a gamer because of it. :cwy:


  4. ReAVeR

    October 5, 2010 at 14:15

    Damn, why do you ppl have to rub it in my face that didn’t play Gay Tony? Have you no mercy?


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Check Also

Microsoft Replacing 1 vs 100 With Full House Poker

Remember how 1 vs 100 was going to revolutionise the way people spend their evening as wel…