Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories on Ps2 goes back to the streets of Liberty City and it feels nice and old-school.

User Rating: 8.5 | Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories PS2
Toni Cipriani is fresh back in the city after lying low for several years, having killed a made man as a favor for Don Salvatore Leone. The grateful Salvatore puts him straight back to work.

Game play:
Set in 1998, three years before GTA III, the game returns to it's roots and goes back onto the streets of Liberty.

Not as great looking as, say, San Andreas (they improved the character models since GTA III) but still looks good for a PS2 game. Liberty City is the same as you remember it, but some layouts are a little different. In the end, it feels nice and old-school to return to Liberty City, it really makes you feel like you're in 1998.

Music and Sound:
Music is good, but most of the in-car radio soundtrack is lousy and uninteresting with the exception of "Deep Cover'' performed by Big Pun ft. Fat Joe. Sound effects are great as usual, of course.

Left analog stick for moving Toni. Square for jumping. O for shooting/punching. Triangle for getting in a car/motorcycle. Right analog stick for moving camera.

Lasting Appeal:
It feels nice and old-school to be back onto the streets of Liberty City. 8.7 out of 10.