Grand Theft Auto IV

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BradyGames, 2008 - Games - 286 pages
12 Reviews

BradyGames’ Grand Theft Auto IV Signature Series Guide includes the following:

 

MISSIONS: Maps and strategy for all main story missions--plus complete coverage of Vigilante, Car Thefts, Most Wanted, Friendships, Random Characters, and the myriad other activities required to achieve 100% completion.

 

Maps: Score health, armor, and weapons no matter where you are in Liberty City. Our maps show you where to find them in every mission. Pick-ups, collectibles, places of interest--everything you need and everywhere you need to be in a dedicated map section.

 

Secrets: Our detailed collection maps and descriptions reveal precise locations for all Unique Stunt Jumps and "Hidden Packages" in Liberty City.

 

Multiplayer: When you're ready to take your game online, come armed with exclusive hints and tactics for all Multiplayer modes.

 

Bonus Fold-out: This giant map of Liberty City features the locations and details for all Odd Jobs--with poster art on the other side! 

 

 

Platform: PS3, Xbox 360

Genre: Action/Adventure

This product is available for sale worldwide.

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Review: Grand Theft Auto IV Signature Series Guide (Brady Games)

User Review  - Lino Gomez - Goodreads

this Book is very helpful for Grand theft autoers(; this takes you step by step to pass and complete every mission 100%. Grand theft auto strategy guide also is help in finding rar easter eggs or in finding lost rare items that can be helpful in the story game. Read full review

Review: Grand Theft Auto IV Signature Series Guide (Brady Games)

User Review  - Robert Daguillard - Goodreads

Interesting. I wouldn't normally think of an XBox game guide as literature, but the extent of character and game universe development makes this worth reading even before you even seriously think of buying the actual GTA. Excellent stuff. Read full review

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