The violence isn't over-the-top in the gore department, but it's frequent and ruthless.
Much of the time you'll be visiting nightclubs, plus some of the characters will have drugs in their possession. Parents need to know that this GTA IV expansion game features lots of potentially offensive content.
It has a lots of violence, blood, and killing -- including innocent people and police officers -- along with strong sexual themes (but no nudity), excessive language, and scenes with drugs, smoking and drinking.
As with its predecessors, Grand Theft Auto IV: The Ballad of Gay Tony is not for young eyes or ears.
Available as a Xbox 360 download or bundled on a disc with another episode(as Grand Theft Auto: Episodes from Liberty City) , GRAND THEFT AUTO IV: THE BALLAD OF GAY TONY delivers new game-play to the controversial title, along with new weapons and vehicles that can be used in multiplayer modes.
You play as Luis Lopez, a little-known and seedy assistant to Anthony \"Gay Tony\" Prince, a nightclub owner and associate of the Ancelotti crime family in the fictitious Liberty City.
In one mission, \"Dropping In,\" you fly a helicopter over Star Junction (Times Square) and land on a building where The Rampage hockey team is hanging out in the penthouse suite.
Your job is to take out the owner, but you must first get through his goons, and then escape by base-jumping out of the building, opening your parachute and landing on a moving truck.
Another mission, \"For the Man Who Has Everything,\" Luis is challenged with stealing a train car for the over-the-top Iranian millionaire Yusef, which requires an assortment of serious firepower.
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