Drug dealing, base-jumping, Womack & Womack - it can only be the final chapter in the interactive saga of Grand Theft Auto IV. Here 's what you can expect from the excellent Grand Theft Auto: Episodes from Liberty City (out now on Xbox 360):
1 The Ballad of Gay Tony: a brand new campaign set in the fictional urban sprawl of Liberty City, the plot focusses on nightclub impressario Tony Prince - an unashamed relic of the 1980s, complete with tinted glasses, semi-professional coke habit, and a penchant for haemorrhaging other people's money. He's also your boss, so it's down to you to clear up the mess caused by his lack of business savvy.
2 Extra-curricular activities: what does an up and coming Liberty City player do when they're not working hard to take over the world? Why, cage-fighting, parachuting off skyscrapers, visiting the golf range, dancing and playing drinking games, of course...
3 Vice City FM: a brand new radio station featuring songs that would make Don Johnson weep into his rolled-up jacket sleeve - expect everything from Marillion to Hall & Oates (via the likes of Level 42, Roxette, and Climie Fisher).
4 Two games for the price of one: in case you didn't download the last GTA IV chapter ("The Lost and Damned"), it's also included on Episodes from Liberty City. At no extra cost.
5 The usual Rockstar humour: Episodes riffs on everything from the recession to celebrity. Look out for the "Subprime" branded jackets, "Sprunk" lemonade commercials, and Liberty City's take on Bungalow 8 ("Maisonette 9").