Grand Theft Auto IV was released worldwide (except Japan) on 29 April 2008 for both Play Station 3 and Xbox 360.
Two episodic packs will be released exclusively for the Xbox 360, the first of which is due in August 2008 via Xbox Live.
IMPORTANT: Certain codes may disable Achievements on the Xbox 360 version.
This give easy access to reduce wanted level in a sec or to fill back health aromor and weapons at once. Guest info there is no plane code and people tell dirty little lies. there is no planes no ferarie and mabey even no more weapons.
This is a list of in-game websites accessible on the Internet in Grand Theft Auto IV, The Lost and Damned, and The Ballad of Gay Tony.
These are not real websites but most of the domains are owned by Rockstar Games and redirects to the official GTA IV website in real life.
Niko is unable to shop online, with the tiny exception of the mission I'll Take Her, in which Niko simply collects a phone number from Auto Eroticar's site to communicate with the seller (and, having only set a trap for her, abandons the car he was supposedly going to buy).
Following its release, the game received overwhelmingly positive reviews, and is the highest-rated video game of all-time, according to critic review aggregator Game Rankings.
GTA IV sold about 3.6 million units on its first day of release and grossed more than 0 million in its first week, breaking the first-week sales record of 0 million set by Halo 3.