GTA: Liberty City Stories

GTA: Liberty City Stories

Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories

Additional Informations
  • Current Version: 2.2
  • Updated: July 20, 2016
  • Requires Android: 4.0 and up
  • Installs: 50,000 - 100,000



Get ready to head back to the East Coast as Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories returns to mobile devices. With shorter, streamlined missions designed with mobile gameplay in mind, this definitive open-world adventure has been remastered for Android with extensive graphic enhancements, rebalanced touch controls and cross platform saves.

Former trusted wise guy for the Leone family, Toni Cipriani returns home to Liberty City after spending time in hiding for killing a made man. Now, the streets of Liberty City are in turmoil, as warring families vie for control and the town begins to self-destruct under waves of political corruption, organized crime, drug trafficking and union strikes. Deranged hit men, morally depraved tycoons, cynical politicians and even his own mother stand in the way as Toni tries to bring the city under Leone family control.

• New high resolution textures and character art
• Real time lighting and shadows
• Enhanced draw distance
• Rebalanced controls for touch-based gaming
• Cross-platform cloud saves via the Rockstar Social Club
• Physical controller support

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  • GTA: Liberty City Stories
    Shawn S Published date: January 5, 2018

    Very great game. The mechanics take some getting used to as it doesn't work as fluid in a touchscreen compared to a gamepad. After a while I became perfectly accurate with my inputs and all works well. Currently playing on S7 and everything set to max graphics runs perfectly with no lag. Excellent game, great graphics and fantastic cutscenes and dialogue. Update. Full Review

  • GTA: Liberty City Stories
    Published date: February 22, 2017

    Just as usual, R* games always make me feel excellent and they're just outstanding P.S. I'd like to say, there are quite a number of bugs need to get fixed. For example, after a pause, surrounding sounds disappear and sometimes some missions fall after running them. I won't decrease the rate, because I really love your products, but I'm looking forward to your team's fast work about it. Full Review

  • GTA: Liberty City Stories
    Donovan Weston Published date: December 29, 2016

    I LOVE grand theft auto, and this is one of if not my FAVORITE game in the series... This game is great, you just need a powerful phone to run it properly. People are rating it 1 star because they are using a lower end phone and having issues with it... I have a Note 4 and have little to no issues with the game, the occasional frame stutter but thats pretty much it! Full Review

  • GTA: Liberty City Stories
    iSpartaFujitec Published date: March 1, 2017

    A boring to play the GTA San Andreas is old game. Because in year ago I have a Samsung Galaxy SIII (GT-I9300) and can't upgrade to Android Lolipop OS and not compatible this version. Now I have a Samsung Galaxy SIV (GT-I9500), first Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean OS and can upgrade to Android 5.0.1 Lolipop OS, compatible and can play the new GTA mobile game is GTA Liberty City Stories. 5 years ago in 2012 ever play the GTA LCS in Play Station Portable game isn't remastered. These a game is loved and the GTA LCS is remastered in mobile. Full Review

  • GTA: Liberty City Stories
    MightyRG Published date: September 18, 2016

    Another great port from rockstar I originally played the ps2 version on my ps3 (using the game save file) but never completed it. I also played vice city, San Andreas and III on mobile which was great. Thanks for this remake rockstar... the only problem is that it's a HUGE battery consumer Full Review

  • GTA: Liberty City Stories
    Alan Trevino Published date: July 11, 2017

    Graphics are actually quite well and even better than ps2, I think.. Nonetheless, fun classic GTA LCS but mobile now. (= I bet this game would be so much funnier with a controller. I had used a ps4 controller via Bluetooth but it was kinda laggy. Still fun if you don't have a controller. (; Full Review

  • GTA: Liberty City Stories
    Youssef Mejjati Published date: August 7, 2017

    A huge bug in the mission Smash and grab at the beginning of the game is now preventing me from going any further in the game. Once I pick up the guys at the gas station, nothing happens, there is no next target or rendez vous point, even after going to the spray and pay.... please fix it... just bought the game, don't wanna have to uninstall it....... it's really frustrating , I didn't experience this with San Andreas Full Review

  • GTA: Liberty City Stories
    Alex Bolgarov Published date: January 20, 2017

    Haven't played it for very long yet, but no problems so far. I've never played this game on the original system before, so this Android port is the only version I played. The game still contains most of what I love about the GTA series. Shooting controls are MUCH better than in GTA 3 (the PS2 version). Also, I am playing this game with a controller, so I can't say anything about the touchscreen controls. With the controller, it's perfectly solid. If you don't have a controller, though, you probably won't enjoy it as much, since games like this are not well suited to the touchscreen. Full Review

  • GTA: Liberty City Stories
    James Camarillo Published date: July 22, 2016

    Fix a few things Alright here goes. So what I'd like to start by saying that in game i would'nt see people ride their bikes until they got off. Also, another note is that it isn't really optimized for the Galaxy Note 5. Update: its now in full operation thanks. Full Review

  • GTA: Liberty City Stories
    Cory Johnson Published date: March 14, 2017

    When I first started playing this game I liked it...It didnt lag but now all of a sudden it's frame rate is driving me nuts. It's not bad but it's noticeable to me. I hate the controls in this game. I like the controls u made for gta sa way better. Thx Full Review

  • GTA: Liberty City Stories
    Fight me hoe Published date: August 17, 2016

    Issues Rockstar, if your reading this, I have a BIG issue with your game. I've installed and uninstalled it 3 times yet when the Rockstar social page popup comes up, the game crashes. Please help, my phone is a samsung note 4 and I'm super hyped about this game. If you can help/fix it will INSTANTLY rate 5 stars Full Review

  • GTA: Liberty City Stories
    Jamie Russell Published date: December 15, 2016

    Solid game First GTA game I finished on mobile. The controls are perfectly fine if you move the HUD around (check the settings). The game isn't the best of the series but I remember playing it on PSP when it first came out. Hopefully we also got VC stories. Full Review

  • GTA: Liberty City Stories
    Diaomd Diallo Published date: September 14, 2017

    I really do not know what are you guys talkin about. The game is running pretty smooth for me. But there is one problem. Why is the camera so hard to move? The camera sensitivity is like its on 78% or something. And the controls are a bit frustrating, but you will get used to it. Other than that, this is a great game and I recommend this game to every one. Full Review

  • GTA: Liberty City Stories
    DJ Lucario Published date: September 11, 2017

    I like it, the Protagonist Toni Cirpirani talks and it's way more easier than GTA 3, and instead of single elevator saves in GTA 3, the character can walk inside the safehouses and save the game, the tunnels are open which gives a full fledge adventures into the mountains. Also just like GTA 3, the cops, when they arrest you ("busted!") they do not take your guns away. A couple y'all could add is the MP5 the one's where Yakuza had at a gun shop, and the Colt Revolver where u can buy it. Also it needs a automated GPS system (Yellow Line to destination) to help the character move more easier in the city, one nice game, the graphics are alright and gameplay is 93% cuz you should fix the lag issues when I get near the docks in Portland. Full Review

  • GTA: Liberty City Stories
    Kyle Johnson Published date: December 28, 2016

    Game won't start anymore on LG V20 Game crashes on login screen on LG V20 fix or refund me my money. Ive never had issues before with this phone playing liberty city stories. Full Review

  • GTA: Liberty City Stories
    김동현 Published date: October 5, 2016

    Great game but a few lags Game is awesome♥. I really love this game but frame drop occurs frequently. Rockstar games should fix this lag problem. If frame drop is fixed, this game is flawless. Anyway game itself is wonderful. I am looking forward to buy VCS mobile version too. Full Review

  • GTA: Liberty City Stories
    Cian Stamp Published date: September 22, 2016

    Great port Haven't had a single issue with this game so far, been waiting to buy for quite some time was hoping for a port to current gen consoles but this does the job. Great controls and works great with DualShock controller. Playing on Xperia Z3. Full Review

  • GTA: Liberty City Stories
    Jack Mehoff Published date: September 14, 2016

    Game crashes after every mission. Game crashes after every mission and have to start all over. Was hoping this issue would have been fixed already. Other than that major bug, this game has great potential. Full Review

  • GTA: Liberty City Stories
    Samuel Tan Published date: October 5, 2016

    HORRIBLE The controls for this game from looking side to side while not in a vehicle and to drive a car or motorcycle really suck. The graphics look like crap. The other cars always keeps on hitting me for no damn reason especially the police cars they hit you and your getting arrested. The other cars drive into everything like wtf its like ppl dont know how to drive in this game. Wish i could give it zero stars. This game needs to really be completely made over Full Review

  • GTA: Liberty City Stories
    Saverios gaming and vlogs Published date: October 28, 2016

    My god Sucks i been waiting for you to update. When are you going to update your game huh. First i was like why is it everyone rating it 1 star now i know now i know. And it also crashes alot. Soooooo i hate you Rockstar waaaaaaaaaaaaa.😭😭😭😠😠😠😈😈😢 Full Review

  • GTA: Liberty City Stories
    Nathan Ukachi-Lois Published date: September 7, 2016

    Controls are poor. I like this game but the locking and auto aim controls are too difficult to use. It never aims in the right place and too difficult to click on the target person you want to aim for. You end up shooting thin air whilst getting shot and the camera is just awful often pointing in the wrong direction. For this reason I'm not installing the game again until this fixed. Full Review

  • GTA: Liberty City Stories
    Dave Wilson Published date: March 2, 2017

    this game is really amazing. It's just when I do my own mixtape it doesn't play. If you fix this I will give you 5 stars. And can you also add cheats too, because in the shoreside redemption mission it is just Difficult.The scicillians are ANNOYING.the po po car will easily explode and the the stinger cars cause a little bit TOO MUCH DAMAGE.can the drive by mode be like the gta 3 one, where if u tap the button then you immedietly start shooting. because i dont like the lcs drive by controllers Full Review

  • GTA: Liberty City Stories
    will cotter Published date: March 30, 2017

    And, its another quality release by rockstar. I have owned all these games for years, and each time a new version or system releases, i scoop them up to. Admittedly, on my tablet or phone, when not using controller, it can get a little akward at times, but generally i play on my nvidia shield tv and with controller, and its just beautiful. Graphics, gameplay, story, soundtrack, all thumbs up content. Rockstar really are rockstars... now if only they'd release Max Payne mobile that worked on nvidia shield tv. Sadly it does not. One day, right rockstar? Amazing job guys. <3 Full Review

  • GTA: Liberty City Stories
    Steven Choromanski Published date: September 19, 2016

    Why is this port so much worse that gta3 Shooting in the game is basically impossible. One of the early missions took sereval tries because the games autolock mechanic ia terrible. Gta3 port was good and i loved it. Its basically thw same game i dont underatand why the controls are so bad in this one. Full Review

  • GTA: Liberty City Stories
    Chayan Das Published date: September 29, 2017

    Great port of PS2 version of LCS. Everything is working fine, guns and cars are nice. My only grief is I can't access Save file. Only way my friend can share his progress with me is to share his social club account, which should not be the way to do it. I used to play it on PPSSPP even after it's release. But somehow I felt I need this version because of the added features like camera movement, Mix radio to play my songs from Storage. Overall I like it very much. It's not like San Andreas, rather it's quick missions are battery friendly for mobile devices. I just wanted a flying vehicle in this game, which is not provided other than stealing the chopper in a mission. Love 3D liberty city 😙😘. Full Review

  • GTA: Liberty City Stories
    Cashew And Star Published date: December 22, 2016

    Literally doesn't work at all I spent 7 dollars on a game just for it to crash halfway through the first cutscene. A serious waste. DON'T BUY UNTIL THIS IS FIXED. Once this is fixed i will rate 5 stars. Until then i would like my money back Rockstar. I play on Lg Gpad 7.0 and if anyone knows any way to fix this issue please let me know. Full Review

  • GTA: Liberty City Stories
    Anthony Ruiz Published date: June 26, 2017

    I thought it was great with some minor problems like how after saving you won't hear the audio or how it crashes time to time. Overall, the whole experience was a nice change of pace than the recent updates to gta 5 Full Review

  • GTA: Liberty City Stories
    Tavoris Scarborough Published date: August 6, 2016

    The app kept glitching and turn off during gameplay re download Will give feedback after seconded atempt Full Review

  • GTA: Liberty City Stories
    Sir Jarko Published date: August 19, 2016

    Works almost no issues. Works so far and is the best gta mobile port to date. Only 1 issue with is is there is little display settings you can Tweek compared to all the previous gta games on mobile (which I have) Full Review

  • GTA: Liberty City Stories
    Michael Hoessl Published date: December 2, 2016

    Great game, no issues, just like the other Android gta versions. Downside: no cheat codes I really can't see why people rating this game so poorly. The steering is just like in gta San Andreas, customizable and resizable buttons make it work perfectly.Definitely would buy again! The only thing that's annoying about this game and all other Rockstar Android releases is that cheat codes are not supported. You're taking away one of the most fun aspects of gta. This way only 4 stars Full Review

  • GTA: Liberty City Stories
    Landon Harrington Published date: September 25, 2016

    Samsung Galaxy Note 4 The game works great for my Samsung Galaxy Note 4 but not for other platforms that are older sorry guys it's the phone not the system even though all the other Grand Theft Autos download just fine something's up with this one Full Review

  • GTA: Liberty City Stories
    Douglas Giles Published date: January 7, 2017

    Great game I never got around to play. Works Great on the Shield with full details etc. Finished it a little while ago. very enjoyable. I'm Begging for the same to be done with vice city stories ! Full Review

  • GTA: Liberty City Stories
    Nathan Harris Published date: July 23, 2017

    Game graphics seem much more at home on my pixel than my ASUS chromebook. works well enough on both. kjah is pretty bad in this version, however nice to be back in liberty with motorbikes etc! would be good to have a slightly more handsome character. Full Review

  • GTA: Liberty City Stories
    Christian Galvis Published date: June 28, 2017

    Plays great. So happy this was released for mobile as I never got to play this when it first came out. A little disappointed to find out Toni is not voiced by Michael Madsen in this one.. Full Review

  • GTA: Liberty City Stories
    skinz71 Published date: September 17, 2016

    -Tune up/Auto aim fix for shooting. Needs just a quick tune and cont. Binds adj. Weapon swap should be mapped to L2/R2 and auto aim after shooting should be fixed so aim stays continuously locked on NPC while holding R1 trigger. Weapon swap to L2/R2 would also adjust target swapping left and right for a more accurate shooting experience. Touchscreen/R3 lookback, L1 camera adjust. Minor graphical glitches/roads and rain, car windows glitched/no detail - cars disappearing exiting hideout. --Playing with an Ipega bt controller, thanks. Full Review

  • GTA: Liberty City Stories
    Kevin J Castillo Published date: September 21, 2016

    D- Unfortunately this is the last GTA game i had to buy for my phone (S3). Unfortunately it just crashes when i go to save my progress to the cloud. I found a way around it by lowering the details. Also will always crash durring my second mission and always at the same spot. Please fix this issue for Galaxy S3! The graphics are amazing even at the low settings but it just crashes. Full Review

  • GTA: Liberty City Stories
    Peter Gerow Published date: July 21, 2017

    As usual. Touch screen controls are awkward. My Moga controller might just be broken but it throws the camera overhead of the character and won't come back down without holding it, making it useless. Full Review

  • GTA: Liberty City Stories
    Szymon Szewczyk Published date: October 8, 2016

    Its just ok because it is still only GTA. Nothink new.. Its getting boring very quick. What to do. I expected some special features and there is nothink realy. Even special extra garage with opt to buy a car and even bit tuning might change a lot. Its only GTA 3 whit diffrent story. Full Review

  • GTA: Liberty City Stories
    Brian Barnes Published date: October 27, 2016

    Stopped working Had a great game going and now won't load. What on earth is going on with it? It's nothing on my end. Over two weeks now and nothing from rock star about the problem. Full Review

  • GTA: Liberty City Stories
    Jeremy Meeker Published date: September 22, 2016

    Awesome game. I've been hooked on the GTA game series since Vice City came out on PS2. I'm amazed that I am able to play all the titles on my phone with a Moga contoller anywhere. If there is ever any down time I whip out my phone and take a trip to a GTA city and idle time melts away. Also with my phones quad HD screen the graphics have never looked better, it's a true marvel at such detail has been added to the game. Full Review