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-GTA IV- Technologies When it arrived, Rockstar North's Grand Theft Auto IV (PS3, X360) was the first retail game to feature NaturalMotion's euphoria animation technology. The game Grand Theft Auto IV, long submerged from public eyes, and the technology is Euphoria – a technology by NaturalMotion that intelligently replicates the subtle – natural – motions of the human body under various conditions. It's in this evolution of rag-dolling, made possible by licensing the Euphoria technology, that GTA IV takes a quiet step forward for the genre.

RAGE, short for Rockstar Advanced Game Engine, is a custom-developed visual engine that excels at rendering elaborate animations, particularly cloth texture. This is already evident in Table Tennis, as the clothing of the players swishes and sways realistically with their movements.

Platforms: PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, PC
Multiplayer: Up to 16 players on X360 and PS3; 32 players on PC (15 game modes in total)

Looking to cash in on that potential, Amazon and Rockstar Games have teamed up to create an interesting new aspect of the game that will leverage the ever-increasing bond between gamers and music: Grand Theft Auto 4 is set to include a unique new model for digital music distribution: gamers will be able to buy music for their iPods, PCs, and other devices in-game.

The game's soundtrack reportedly includes over 150 tracks. The developers are "aiming for music geeks by handpicking rare, hard-to-find songs such as Electrick Funk's 12-inch treasure 'On A Journey' and Elton John's "Street Kids' off his relatively unheralded Rock of the Westies," as well as songs exclusive to the game like "'Vagabond (Liberty City Mix)' by the Greenskeepers and 'War is Necessary' from iconic rapper Nas,"

Graphics Grand Theft Auto- was released for Microsoft DOS/Windows in 1997/1998 and also for the PlayStation. The game is set in three different fictional cities, Liberty City, San Andreas and Vice City. A reduced Game Boy Color port was later released.

Grand Theft Auto series fictional chronology

1961 – London, 1961
1969 – London, 1969
1984 – Vice City Stories
1986 – Vice City
1992 – San Andreas
1997 – Grand Theft Auto
1998 – Liberty City Stories
2000 – Advance
2001 – Grand Theft Auto III
2008 – Grand Theft Auto IV
(The Lost and Damned,
The Ballad of Gay Tony)
2009 – Chinatown Wars
2013 – Grand Theft Auto 2

Nintendo Wii Console Released by Nintendo in November 19, 2006.
A distinguishing feature of the console is its wireless controller, the Wii Remote, which can be used as a handheld pointing device and detects movement in three dimensions. Another distinctive feature of the console is WiiConnect24, which enables it to receive messages and updates over the Internet while in standby mode
The Wii console is able to connect to the Internet through its built-in 802.11b/g Wi-Fi or through a USB-to-Ethernet adapter, with both methods allowing players to access the established Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection service.
Just as for the Nintendo DS, Nintendo does not charge fees for playing via the service and the 12 digit Friend Code system controls how players connect to one another. Each Wii also has its own unique 16 digit Wii Code for use with Wii's non-game features. This system also implements console-based software including the Wii Message Board. One can also connect to the internet with third-party devices.
The service has several features for the console including the Virtual Console, WiiConnect24, Internet Channel, Forecast Channel, Everybody Votes Channel, News Channel and the Check Mii Out Channel. The console can also communicate and connect with other Wii systems through a self-generated wireless LAN, enabling local wireless multiplayer on different television sets. Battalion Wars 2 first demonstrated this feature for non-split screen multiplayer between two or more televisions
'AV Multi Out' port (See 'Video' section right) The Wii console is backward compatible with all official Nintendo GameCube software, as well as Nintendo GameCube Memory Cards and controllers. Compatibility with software is achieved with the slot-loading drive's ability to accept Nintendo GameCube Game Discs.
A Nintendo GameCube Memory Card is also necessary to save game progress and content, as the Wii internal flash memory will not save GameCube games.
The Wii Menu interface is designed around the concept of television channels. Separate channels are graphically displayed in a grid and are navigated using the pointer capability of the Wii Remote.
512 MB built-in NAND flash memory
Expanded storage via SD and SDHC card memory (up to 32 GB)
'AV Multi Out' port (See 'Video' section right)
Up to 16 Wii Remote controllers (10 in Standard Mode, 6 in One Time Mode, connected wirelessly via Bluetooth)
Nintendo GameCube controller ports (4)
Nintendo GameCube Memory Card slots (2)
SD memory card slot (supports SDHC cards as of System Menu 4.0)
The Wii Remote is the primary controller for the console. It uses a combination of built-in accelerometers and infrared detection to sense its position in 3D space when pointed at the LEDs within the Sensor Bar.
The disc reader of the Wii does not play DVD-Video or DVD-Audio discs.
The Wii Remote can connect to expansion devices through a proprietary port at the base of the controller. The device bundled with the Wii retail package is the Nunchuk unit, which features an accelerometer and a traditional analog stick with two trigger buttons. In addition, an attachable wrist strap can be used to prevent the player from unintentionally dropping or throwing the Wii Remote.

Sony Playstation 3 A major feature that distinguishes the PlayStation 3 from its predecessors is its unified online gaming service.
Other major features of the console include its robust multimedia capabilities, connectivity with the PlayStation Portable, and its use of a high-definition optical disc format, Blu-ray Disc, as its primary storage medium.
PS3 Slim- Among its features are a slimmer form factor and quieter noise when powered on.
The PlayStation 3 features a slot-loading 2x speed Blu-ray Disc drive for games, Blu-ray movies, DVDs, CDs, and other optical media.
The PlayStation 3 uses the Sony, Toshiba, IBM-designed Cell microprocessor as its CPU.
Wi-Fi networking is also built-in on the 40, 60, 80 GB and slim models while a flash card reader is built-in on 60 GB and CECHExx 80 GB models. The system supports up to 7 controllers that are connected via Bluetooth 2.0 technology.
A memory card adapter is available so users can copy their old PS/PS2 game saves to a virtual memory card on the PS3’s hard drive.
The PlayStation 3 Sixaxis is a controller that is very similar in appearance to that of its predecessors, the DualShock and DualShock 2.
Unlike the PlayStation 2's DualShock, the Sixaxis controller has no vibration feature.
The PlayStation 3 Memory Card Adaptor is a device that allows data to be transferred from PlayStation and PlayStation 2 memory cards to the PlayStation 3's hard disk.
New PlayStation 3 systems no longer support PS2 playback

PlayStation Move is an upcoming motion-sensing game controller platform for the PlayStation 3 (PS3) video game console.
Based on handheld motion controller wand, PlayStation Move uses the PlayStation Eye webcam to track the wand's position, and inertial sensors in the wand to detect its motion.
Up to four Move controllers can be used at once.

The PlayStation Eye is a webcam device. It is the successor to the EyeToy for the PlayStation 2.
The PlayStation Eye features a built-in four-capsule microphone array, with which the PlayStation 3 can employ technologies for multi-directional voice location tracking, echo cancellation, and background noise suppression.
The PlayStation Eye features free EyeCreate video editing software, which enables users to capture pictures, video, and audio clips directly to the memory unit of the PlayStation 3 console.

The DualShock is a line of vibration-feedback gamepads by Sony for the PlayStation, PlayStation 2, and PlayStation 3 video game consoles.
The controller is called "DualShock" because the controller employs two vibration motors: a weak buzzing motor that feels like cell phone or pager vibration and a strong rumble motor similar to that of the Nintendo 64’s Rumble Pak.
The DualShock 2 is also backwards compatible with the original PlayStation.

The PlayStation Portable can connect with the PlayStation 3 in many ways. In addition, users are able to download original PlayStation format games from the PlayStation Store, transfer and play them on the PSP as well as the PS3 itself.
VidZone is an online music video download service. VidZone’s service was extended to the PlayStation 3 video game system in Europe and Australia, allowing users to watch music videos for on their PS3 or streamed to their PSP via Remote Play
PlayStation Network is the unified online multiplayer gaming and digital media delivery service provided by Sony Computer Entertainment for the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Portable.
PlayStation Network uses real currency and PlayStation Network Cards as seen with the PlayStation Store and PlayStation Home.

Microsoft Xbox 360 The Xbox 360 was released on November 22, 2005
The Xbox 360 is the second video game console produced by Microsoft, and the successor to the Xbox.
Some major features of the Xbox 360 are its integrated Xbox Live service that allows players to compete online, download arcade games, game demos, trailers, TV shows, music and movies and its Windows Media Center multimedia capabilities.
The Xbox 360 also offers region specific access to third-party media streaming services such as Netflix in the USA or Sky TV in the UK..
In its first year on the market, the system launched in 36 countries, more countries than any console has launched in a single year.
The Xbox 360 is currently available in two standard variants; the "Xbox 360 Arcade" and the "Xbox 360 Elite".
The Xbox 360 Arcade replaced the "Xbox 360 Core"
Xbox 360 Elite includes a 120 GB hard drive- retail package also includes a controller and headset
The Xbox 360 Core -Unlike all other SKUs, it shipped with a wired version of the Xbox 360 controller, instead of the wireless version found in other SKUs.
The Xbox 360 Pro includes all the features of the Xbox 360 Arcade. This model also included a detachable Hard Disk Drive (initially 20 GB, while later models had 60 GB) to store downloaded content, provide compatibility with original Xbox games, and store game data.
On a few occasions, Microsoft has produced special editions of the console, usually to coincide with the release of a major product. These special editions are typically custom-colored Xbox 360 models, and are produced in limited numbers. Example- The Simpsons Movie, Microsoft created a specially designed, yellow Xbox 360 console.
Early production runs of the Xbox 360 are equipped with a 12x DVD drive. The original production DVD drives were manufactured by both LG and Toshiba.
The drive is able to read both DVD±R and DVD±RW in addition to being able to play DVD-Video out of the box. The system is also capable of playing standard CDs along with CD-R/RW, CD-DA, CD-ROM XA, CD-Extra, WMA-CD, MP3-CD, and JPEG Photo CD.
Microsoft has since discontinued the HD-DVD add-on since the format was officially dropped by Toshiba. All remaining drives on store shelves have been drastically reduced in price.
In November of 2009 Microsoft released the "Super Elite" console, as it is known in gaming circles, as a bundle with the highly anticipated game Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2.
In March of 2010, Microsoft released a 250 GB HDD
Up to four controllers are able to connect to Xbox 360, including wired and wireless gamepads
The wireless controllers run on either AA batteries (Alkaline or rechargeable) or on a rechargeable battery pack. The wired controllers may be connected to any of the three (one at the rear, two at the front) USB ports located on the console, or to a USB hub.
The original first-generation Xbox controllers are not compatible with the Xbox 360.
The Xbox 360 controller has vibration feedback which is limited to titles using the new XInput API
At E3 2006, Microsoft announced the Wireless Gaming Receiver (sold as "Crossfire Wireless Gaming Receiver in the UK"), which allows all wireless Xbox 360 accessories to be used on a Windows-based PC.
The Xbox 360 Wireless Racing Wheel was introduced by Microsoft at E3 2006. Released in November 2006, the force feedback steering wheel controller includes the standard gamepad buttons and floor-mounted accelerator and brake pedals.
Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock comes with a newly designed wireless guitar controller. It utilizes the same 2.4GHz wireless technology as the official wireless controller, may be used with the PC version of Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock.
The headset allows gamers to use in game voice chat, private chat, party chat, audio for video chat and in-game voice recognition like Tom Clancy's EndWar for Xbox Live. The headset can also be used with a PC but requires a controller to do so.
The wireless headset has the same uses as the wired headset, but connects using the same 2.4 GHz wireless technology as the wireless controller. The default faceplate (black or white) can be replaced with a range of custom designs, each sold separately.
Two exergaming (is a term used for video games that are also a form of exercise) accessories are designed for the Xbox 360, Dance Dance Revolution Universe and Gamercize, are currently available.
Project Natal- The add-on peripheral enables users to control and interact with the Xbox 360 without a game controller, but rather through gestures, spoken commands, and/or presented objects and images, due for release in 2010.
Xbox Live Silver is free of charge and is included with all SKUs of the console. It allows users to create a user profile, join on message boards, and access Microsoft's Xbox Live Arcade and Marketplace and talk to other members.
The Xbox Live Marketplace is a virtual market designed for the console that allows Xbox Live users to download purchased or promotional content. The service offers movie and game trailers, game demos, Xbox Live Arcade games, gamertag images, and Xbox 360 Dashboard themes as well as add-on game content (items, costumes, levels etc).
Xbox Live Arcade is an online service operated by Microsoft that is used to distribute downloadable video games to Xbox and Xbox 360 owners. In addition to classic arcade games such as Ms. Pac-Man, the service offers some new original games like Assault Heroes. Sony Playstation Portable The PlayStation Portable is the first handheld video game console to use an optical disc format, Universal Media Disc (UMD), as its primary storage medium.
Other distinguishing features of the console include its large viewing screen, robust multi-media capabilities, and connectivity with the PlayStation 3, other PSPs, and the Internet.
The Slim & Lite had a minor redesign including a new screen and inbuilt microphone, and has since been followed by the PSP Go.
The PSP-2000 (marketed in PAL areas as "PSP Slim & Lite" and still marketed as PSP in North America, Japan, China, India, Italy, and Portugal,) is the first redesign of the PlayStation Portable.
In comparison to the PSP-2000, the PSP-3000 (marketed in PAL areas as "PSP Slim & Lite (with enhanced screen + built in microphone)" and still marketed as PSP in North America and Japan) has an improved LCD screen with an increased color range, five times the contrast ratio, half the pixel response time to reduce ghosting and blurring effects, a new sub-pixel structure, a microphone, a new disc tray design, new button designs and logos, and anti-reflective technology to improve outdoor playability.
To make the PSP slimmer, the capacity of the battery was reduced by 1/3. However, due to more efficient power usage, the run time of the PSP is still the same as the previous model. Older model batteries will still work which extends the amount of playing time. However, the battery cover on the newer model does not fit over the older battery due to its bulkier size.
Non-game video outputs fine in either progressive or interlaced mode. USB charging was made possible (the PSP Slim will only charge while it is in "USB mode".

The PSP-2000 was made available in Piano Black, Ceramic White, Ice Silver, Mint Green, Felicia Blue, Lavender Purple, Deep Red, Matte Bronze, Metallic Blue and Rose Pink as standard colors (not all colors were available in all countries), and had several special edition colored and finished consoles for games.
The PSP Go features Bluetooth functionality, a smaller 3.8 inch screen and weighs 43% less than the original PSP. Instead of the UMD drive as found on previous models, the PSP Go has 16 GB of internal flash memory and Memory Stick Micro port that accepts cards up to 16 GB as opposed to Memory Stick Duo.
The sliding mechanism on the screen hides the main face buttons and the analogue nub when not in use.
Also on the front are the four PlayStation face buttons, the directional pad, the analog 'nub', and several other buttons. In addition, the system includes two shoulder buttons and a USB 2.0 mini-B port on the top of the console and a WLAN switch and power cable input on the bottom. The back of the PSP features a read-only UMD drive for movies and games, and a reader compatible with Sony's Memory Stick Duo flash cards is located on the left of the system.
Remote Play allows the PSP to access many features of a PlayStation 3 console from a remote location using the PS3's WLAN capabilities, a home network, or the Internet.
Although most of the PS3's capabilities are accessible with Remote Play, playback of DVDs, Blu-ray Discs, and PlayStation 2 games, most PlayStation 3 games, and copy-protected files stored on the PS3's hard drive are not supported

Sony Corporation is a multinational conglomerate corporation headquartered in Minato, Tokyo, Japan, and one of the world's largest media conglomerates with revenue exceeding ¥ 7.730.0 trillion, or $78.88 billion U.S.
Sony is one of the leading manufacturers of electronics, video, communications, video game consoles, and information technology products for the consumer and professional markets. Its founders Akio Morita and Masaru Ibuka derived the name from sonus, the Latin word for sound,
Sony Corporation is the electronics business unit and the parent company of the Sony Group, which is engaged in business through its five operating segments – electronics, games, entertainment (motion pictures and music), financial services and other.
These make Sony one of the most comprehensive entertainment companies in the world.
Sony's principal business operations include Sony Corporation (Sony Electronics in the U.S.), Sony Pictures Entertainment, Sony Computer Entertainment, Sony Music Entertainment, Sony Ericsson, and Sony Financial.
The company's current slogan is make.believe. Their former slogan was like.no.other.
In late 1945, after the end of World War II, Masaru Ibuka started a radio repair shop in a bomb-damaged department store building in Nihonbashi of Tokyo. The next year, he was joined by his colleague, Akio Morita, and they founded a company called Tokyo Tsushin Kogyo K.K., (Tokyo Telecommunications Engineering Corporation). The company built Japan's first tape recorder called the Type-G.
In August 1955, Tokyo Tsushin Kogyo released the Sony TR-55, Japan's first commercially produced transistor radio.
The most infamous of these was the videotape format war of the early 1980s, when Sony marketed the Betamax system for video cassette recorders against the VHS format developed by JVC. In the end, VHS gained critical mass in the marketplace and became the worldwide standard for consumer VCRs and Sony adopted the format.
In 1979 the Walkman brand was introduced, in the form of the world's first portable music player.
In 1984 Sony launched the Discman series which extended their Walkman brand to portable CD products.

Sony The Nintendo DSi is a handheld game system created by Nintendo and released between 2008 and 2009 in Japan, Australasia, Europe, North America and China.
Its primary market rival is Sony's PlayStation Portable. A larger model, entitled Nintendo DSi XL, was released between 2009 and 2010 in Japan, Europe and North America.
While the DSi's design is similar to that of the DS Lite, it features two digital cameras, supports internal and external content storage, and connects to an online store called the Nintendo DSi Shop.
This new functionality was intended to facilitate personalization, so as to encourage each member of a household to purchase an individual DSi.
Nintendo targeted a wider demographic with the first Nintendo DS (2004) than it had with the Game Boy line.
Comparing 2008 life-to-date DS and DS Lite sales to the best selling game console, Sony's PlayStation 2, showed potential in further expanding the Nintendo DS gaming population.
The lower-case "i" in "DSi" symbolizes both an individual person ("I") and the handheld's cameras ("eyes"); the former meaning contrasts with the lower-case "i"'s in "Wii", which represent players gathering together.
Iwata has said that the DSi is meant to be a first camera for children, and a social networking device for adults.
In response to media commentary following the DSi's announcement, Iwata insisted that its new capabilities are not meant to compete with mobile phones, the iPod or the PSP.
The Nintendo DSi's design is similar to that of the second DS iteration, the Nintendo DS Lite.
The lower screen is touch sensitive: it accepts input from the included stylus.
Unlike previous models, the handheld has two VGA (0.3-megapixel) digital cameras. The first is placed on the internal hinge, and points toward the user; the second is on the outer casing, and faces away from the user.
The DSi has a matte surface to prevent the visibility of fingerprints. It is available in seven colors, but only matte black and matte white are available in all regions. The lime green color is exclusive to Japan.
The Nintendo DSi XL (Nintendo DSi LL in Japan) was announced on October 29, 2009: it features larger screens, and a greater overall size, than the original DSi. It is the fourth model of Nintendo DS, and is marketed as the first "size variation" of its product family.
The DSi has more extensive multimedia features than previous DS models, and it allows users to export pictures, downloaded software and AAC audio files to SD cards.
Images captured with the DSi can be uploaded, via SD Cards, to the Wii's Photo Channel, and—for consoles with the 1.4 firmware update or greater—to the social networking website Facebook.
The built-in "Nintendo DSi Sound" player has voice recording and music playback functionality; supported AAC filename extensions include .mp4, .m4a and .3GP, but not MP3.

Nintendo Dsi

Sony introduced the MiniDisc format in 1993 as an alternative to Philips DCC or Digital Compact Cassette.
In 1998, Sony launched their Memory Stick format; flash memory cards for use in Sony lines of digital cameras and portable music players.
Sony has made updates to the Memory Stick format with Memory Stick Duo and Memory Stick Micro.
Sony was one of the leading developers and remains one of the strongest proponents of the Blu-ray Disc optical disc format, which eventually emerged as the market leader over the competing standard, Toshiba's HD DVD, after a 2 year-long format war.
By the end of 2007 the format had the backing of every major motion picture studio except Universal, Paramount, and Dreamworks.
On 10 September 2007 Sony unveiled Rolly, an egg-shaped digital robotic music player which has colour lights that flash as it “dances” and has flapping wings that can twist to its tunes. Movements along with the music downloaded from personal computers and Bluetooth can be set. Rolly, which went on sale in Japan on 29 September 2007, has one gigabyte of memory to store tunes. Sony also developed dog-shaped robots called AIBO and humanoids and QRIO.
In summary, Sony has over the years introduced these standards: Umatic (~1968), Betamax (1975), Betacam (81), Compact Disc (82), 3.5 inch Floppy Disk (82), Video8 (85), DAT (87), Hi8 (88), Minidisc (~90), Digital Betacam (~90), miniDV (92), Memory Stick (98), Digital8 (99), PSP Universal Media Disc (~2003), HDV (~2004), Blu-ray Disc (2006).

The Nintendo DSi connects to the Internet
The seven primary icons represent card software, Nintendo DSi Camera, Nintendo DSi Sound, Nintendo DSi Shop, DS Download Play, PictoChat and system settings; additional applications may be downloaded from the DSi Shop.
Excepting such titles as the Guitar Hero: On Tour series, all DS games are compatible with the DSi.

Nintendo Co., Ltd. (, Nintend Kabushiki gaisha?) is a multinational corporation located in Kyoto, Japan. Founded on September 23, 1889 by Fusajiro Yamauchi, it produced handmade hanafuda cards. By 1963, the company had tried several small niche businesses, such as a cab company and a love hotel.
Nintendo soon developed into a video game company, becoming one of the most influential in the industry and Japan's third most valuable listed company, with a market value of over US$85 billion.
Besides video games, Nintendo is also the majority owner of the Seattle Mariners, a Major League Baseball team in Seattle, Washington.
According to Nintendo's Touch! Generations website, the name "Nintendo" translated from Japanese to English means "Leave luck to Heaven". As of October 2, 2008, Nintendo has sold over 470 million hardware units and 2.7 billion software units.

Nintendo Grand Theft Auto IV is the first title in the fourth generation of the best-selling Grand Theft Auto video game franchise developed by Rockstar North which was released on 29 April 2008.
Rockstar's marketing has come in many forms, including television ads, internet video, viral marketing, and a redesigned web site. There was even a mural of a prostitute named Lola painted on the side of a building in SoHo, New York.
There are 4 trailers to promote the game: Trailer 1: "Things Will Be Different", Trailer 2: "Looking For That Special Someone", Trailer 3: "Move Up, Ladies", Trailer 4: "Good Lord, What Are You Doing?" AKA "Everyone's a Rat".
On 28 November 2007, a video was released, labelled "Official Box Art Unveiling", on the official GTA IV website. The video shows several artists painting the cover art on a wall at a secluded warehouse location.
On 8 February 2008, Rockstar Games released five teaser trailers for Grand Theft Auto IV. On 21 February 2008, two further teasers were released. On 7 March 2008, another two teasers were released. On 11 April 2008, two teasers were released. On 25 April 2008, a teaser was released.
On 4 April 2008, a commercial was released, showing Niko walking towards the camera in many areas, from a prison to an airport. The main purpose of the video is to showcase both the realistic environments and the fluid walking animation of the main character.
In parts of Belgium, wanted posters depicting Niko Bellic and Little Jacob appeared. The posters list specific details of each character, such as the characters' height, weight, and age.
Rockstar Games has indicated that these promotion posters were accidentally released and therefore unofficial. However, besides being released on the game's main website, these posters were later sent to numerous GTA fansites as parts of exclusive press kits referred to as 'Hidden Packages'.
On 8 February 2008, Rockstar Games launched the official Grand Theft Auto IV website with previously unseen content from the game.
The main content is split into three sections: People and Places, Recreation and Entertainment, and Goods and Services. The new website features new teaser trailers and several images of in-game characters and locations, as well as a basic outline of the map of Liberty City. There are several advertisements for in-game products and services including a dating site, a mobile phone company, and the return of the drink, Sprunk, which was also featured in the previous game Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas. Within these in-game advertisements are downloads for wallpapers, buddy icons, and MySpace layouts. There is also a mini-game and a personality quiz. In addition, six of the eighteen in-game radio stations can currently be previewed.
Grand Theft Auto IV: Special Edition was announced on 21 May 2007 for both the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 versions.[19] It contains the following:

A customized metal safe deposit box.
A Rockstar keychain for the safe deposit box keys.
A limited edition Rockstar duffel bag.
Production artwork in the Grand Theft Auto IV Art Book.
The Music of Grand Theft Auto IV soundtrack CD.
A box containing the above specific for each platform:
The PlayStation 3 version has an illustration of Lola on the cardboard box sleeve.
The Xbox 360 version has an illustration of the main character, Niko Bellic, on the cardboard sleeve.

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