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Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories. Share. The handheld epic makes a jump to the big screen. Head inside for the verdict.
By Juan Castro The first title Rockstar Games developed for the PSP set a new standard for handhelds. No real surprise there. Its previous efforts, mainly the seminal GTA III, did pretty much the same thing for the PS2 back in 2.
Each presented virtual playgrounds bursting with crime, corruption and intrigue - - and they each flaunted an overwhelming sense of style and sleaze. It's a blend that proved very successful, both from a critical and commercial standpoint. Of course, having such a detailed world on a handheld system made it all the more impressive, and so, Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories (LCS) rightfully earned praise as a landmark achievement.
No PSP game before or since has matched its range or flexibility. In the eight months following its release, developers have shipped numerous titles, both on the PSP and PS2, and while this doesn't affect LCS on the PSP, it certainly does on the console side. The reason being is that every game available on the PSP still comes short of GTA's depth. Certain titles may definitely outclass it (Syphon Filter: Dark Mirror and Daxter come to mind), but even those don't match its epic sense of scale. That's just not the case on PS2. The system has a gargantuan library stocked with the likes of God of War, BLACK and Shadow of the Colossus.
More importantly, it has GTA III, GTA: Vice City and GTA: San Andreas. These three games, more than anything, really put GTA: LCS in its place. And that just happens to be at the bottom of the barrel - - at least where GTA games are concerned. Don't misunderstand, it's still a very good game - - it's essentially identical to the handheld version in every way. Having said that, the selection of quality titles available on consoles (particularly in the GTA family), detract from the overall experience. That aside, Liberty City Stories still spins a pretty good yarn. The story remains one of the title's highlights.
It's a lengthy tale filled with interesting plot twists and characters. And it has some of the best dialogue of any game in recent memory. The quality of the voice acting, not to mention the direction of the cutscenes, is great stuff. It's enough to make you want to play the game all the way through, even if it's not as polished as its predecessors.
Fans of GTA III will appreciate this return to organized crime with an Italian flare, and LCS certainly doesn't disappoint in this regard. Visually, the two versions of Liberty City Stories look almost identical, though it doesn't fare as well on PS2. While LCS easily trumps most titles on Sony's handheld, it doesn't hold a candle to the best and brightest on the console front. For instance, none of the vehicles, characters or environments benefit from enhanced details or graphical effects. As such, LCS on PS2 can't really compete. Interestingly, the game does offer a slight improvement in performance.
Though not immediately noticeable, the framerate is slightly smoother, the draw distance is a little longer, and the amount of things onscreen has been slightly raised. You'll notice more cars and pedestrians when driving through town, for example. Multiplayer helped the outstanding handheld game along quite a bit, but sadly, it isn't available in the Play.
Station 2 version at all. Rockstar decided to remove the option for a number of reasons, including the fact that it doesn't exactly fit in with the story and spirit of Liberty City.
Company reps told us that the reason Rockstar included multiplayer in the original UMD is because of the obvious nature of handhelds - - the wireless capabilities of the PSP helped the company design some quick, mobile- friendly multiplayer modes that just made sense on the platform.