GTA IV Fabulously Expands With The Ballad Of Gay Tony

Your Liberty City adventures will continue this Fall on the Xbox 360, as Rockstar Games has announced Grand Theft Auto: The Ballad of Gay Tony as the game's second downloadable episode.

In contrast to Grand Theft Auto IV's seedy biker gang expansion The Lost and Damned, The Ballad of Gay Tony is said to focus on the glitzy "high-end night life" of Liberty City. The second Xbox 360 exclusive episode will put players in the role of Luis Lopez, confirming previous rumours, as his part-time hoodlum duties are supplemented by full-time work for nightclub impresario Tony "Gay Tony" Prince.

According to the official announcement, "players will struggle with the competing loyalties of family and friends, and with the uncertainty about who is real and who is fake in a world in which everyone has a price."

Grand Theft Auto: The Ballad of Gay Tony is slated to release on Xbox Live this Fall for $US19.99 USD or 1600 Microsoft Points.


Comments

    Bummer.....I was hoping it would be about Little Jacob and the Badman....

    Sounds good though. I wonder how the public will react to said title... dont think many homophobes will pick this one up.

      They would have to include subtitles for every word though :)

    Yeah, I don't know. Maybe this is a desperate pitch by rockstar to offend some Christians somewhere so they gain some press for their DLC.

    I see it as a good thing, diversity all the way.

    I thought badman would have been the pick as he goes missing very early in gta4.

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