Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories Arrives To Mobile Devices

Grand Theft Auto continues to make a presence in mobile devices as Rockstar Games adds another title in the long list of games that’s available mobile devices, with the PSP-exclusive Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories.

Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories

Released on December 17th, gamers can finally explore the world of the PSP-exclusive, that was released back in 2005, in their mobile devices. Currently, GTA: Liberty City Stores is only available on iOS devices, but Rockstar Games promises that it will soon make its way to Android and Amazon Fire devices soon.

If you haven’t played the Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories, here’s what’s described on their iOS page:

“Get ready to head back to the East Coast as Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories returns to mobile devices. With shorter, streamlined missions designed with mobile gameplay in mind, this definitive open-world adventure has been remastered for iOS with extensive graphic enhancements, rebalanced touch controls, cross-platform saves, and native Retina screen support.”

Players will take control of Toni Cipriani, who returns to Liberty City to take over the streets from the warring families, who are vying for control of Liberty City. Expect the carnage and mayhem that usually comes with Grand Theft Auto in this port, as players try to take over Liberty City.

The mobile version is basically a re-release of the PSP version but with some new features added, which include, both touch controls (3D Touch Support for iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus players) and gamepad support, high-resolution graphics, custom soundtrack options, cloud saves via Rockstar Social Club, and “shorter, streamlined missions designed with mobile gameplay in mind.”

GTA: Liberty City Stories Toni Cipriani

The game is also optimized for iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus, and iPad Pro with smooth 60 FPS, excellent graphics, and surprisingly responsive touch controls. GTA: Liberty City Stories is the fifth release on mobile devices from Rockstar Games, following GTA III, GTA: Vice City, GTA: San Andreas and GTA: Chinatown Wars.

With the remastering and re-release of the older games, Grand Theft Auto is experiencing a new life on mobile devices as the games are quite fun to play on touch screen devices. Pick up Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories for $6.99 on the App Store here. Android and Amazon Fire users will have to wait until Rockstar Games official release them.

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