gamers (55%) found this review helpful
Don't get me wrong, this is a great game. But it has flaws. good and bad flaws. Some of the bad flaws are... since there's no right analouge stick theres no manual aim. EXCEPT on the sniper and rocket launcher. Also there's lot's of small glitches like cars sink into the ground and people spin in circles and some other small barely noticed stuff. The good is that you can download a major "glitch" at maxbot . com it is called the "CheatDevice" and gives you the full power to customize your world. You can get heilcoptors,flying cars,motorcycles that drive on walls and flood the world then drive on that!!! plus the story line is mildly detailed and fun. I logged 8 hrs. before I beat it. then the "cheatdevice gives you endless hours of joy. plus to top all that the world is fairly large and the driving phsyics are good to. in comparisin to other psp games this is the greatest one yet. P.S. IF YOU USE THE CHEATDEVICE MAKE 2 SAVES OF YOUR GAME AND ONLY USE THE CHEATDEVICE ON ONE BECAUSE THE CHEATDEVICE CAN TEMPORRALY CORRUPT YOUR SAVE. BUT ONLY TIL YOU TURN OFF YOUR PSP. ALSO IF YOU HAVE THE LATEST 2.7 UPDATE THE CHEATDEVICE WILL NOT WORK.
Rockstar has to be the most consistent game developer around... 'Liberty City Stories' is a Godsend, not only bewitching GTA heads everywhere, but successfully showing the power and prowess of the Playstation Portable. From the look and feel of the game to the amazing sound quality, including the soundtrack (The Liberty Jam feat. DJ Clue is my favourite radio station in the game, giving hip-hop classics one last spin. R.I.P. Hip-Hop), 'Stories' will have you buying a lot more Visine that you ever thought you'd need. Apart of the many pluses this "go anywhere, do anything" game has is that this IS your daddy's Liberty City. Keeping the same burroughs, GTA III fans will instantly recognize certain landmarks and will have fun pointing out the "renovations" of select areas GTA III proudly boasted. Also, motorbikes gallore! Rockstar takes pride in making a video game that doesn't push the envelope, but rather cremates the whole thing all together. With the addition of 'Stories' to a seriously volitile series, though it may be a mini version of the console powerhouse, Rockstar continues to pop it's collar, forcing imitators to bow down yet again. If you have a PSP, you'd be clinically insane if you didn't go out and get this game. Even if you don't have a PSP and you only know someone that has one and you have to ask play every now and again, tell the owner to stop being an idiot and get Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories. All hail the best PSP game to date.
This game was challenging and fun on the PSP.Very good graphics and sounds compared to other games.But I feel like the levels are too tough on this small packages.For those who can tackle past the games on other console,this might not be too tough for you.