Difference between revisions of "Liberty City, It's Over!"
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[[File:Liberty_City_its_all_over.|thumb|The poster for the play.]]'''Liberty City, It's Over! '''is a play advertised in [[The Ballad of Gay Tony]] and in the manual for [[GTA IV Episodes|Grand Theft Auto: Episodes From Liberty City]]. It is supposedly performed at the [[Seagull Theater]]. It appears to be a parody of the film [[wp:New York, I Love You|New York, I Love You]], and features [[Grand Theft Auto IV|GTA IV]] artwork.
Revision as of 23:41, 21 October 2010The Ballad of Gay Tony and in the manual for Grand Theft Auto: Episodes From Liberty City. It is supposedly performed at the Seagull Theater. It appears to be a parody of the film New York, I Love You, and features GTA IV artwork.
The poster advertising the play has generated a certain degree of speculation among fans, believing it to hint at the next game in the GTA IV Era. Of particular interest was the tear in the corner, obscuring whatever followed the words "NEXT STOP". Many fans speculated that this was a clue of where the next game was to take place, but as it was eventually revealed, the poster revealed by the tear is an advertisement for Mollis. At the bottom of the poster is a box saying "Opens March Everywhere". However, that may imply that the next game may come out in March 2011.
It's also been noted that the shape of the tear is the shape of one of the peninsulas of France, implying that the next Grand Theft Auto could be in France. However, nothing has been confirmed nor denied by Rockstar, and the tear resembling the shape of one of the French peninsulas could be a coincidence.