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The interior of the Exchange's Perseus outlet, with Marcus in view.

Perseus is a clothing store in Grand Theft Auto IV that sells expensive suits and flashy clothes. It is one of only three clothing chains where the player can purchase clothes in GTA IV, the other two being the Russian Shop and Modo, but is the most upscale clothing store available to the player in the game.

The stores are not normally accessible in both The Lost and Damned and The Ballad of Gay Tony.


There are two Perseus shops in Liberty City, both in Algonquin, but the clothes remain the same; one is in Middle Park East and the other is in The Exchange. There is no cash register and there is a guard who, if you have a weapon, says to "use it or put it away". In certain missions, such as Final Interview, Three Leaf Clover, Undertaker, and Mr and Mrs Bellic, you have to wear clothing from Perseus. Marcus (the store attendant and customer assistant of Perseus, whose name is only known in The Ballad of Gay Tony) often compliments Niko if he is wearing clothes from Perseus.

The player can download a Perseus theme for their phone via The player also gets a text message from Brucie Kibbutz soon after unlocking Algonquin, telling him to "look VIP" and buy some clothes from Perseus.


Being a top-of-the-line business, Perseus has an elegant appearance inside and out. Inside is Marcus, who serves as the attendant cashier, and one security guard. The guard will yell at Niko should he be holding a weapon. There are two rows of clothing and some additional clothing hanging on the wall.

Marcus' attitude towards the player depends on how the player is dressed. He remarks favorably towards any article of clothing player wears that has been purchased from Perseus, while generally commenting negatively towards other forms of clothing. For example, should the player wear a Perseus suit with boots from the Russian Shop, Marcus may praise the suit, but recommends changing the footwear to one from Perseus.

In relation to his seemingly effeminate behavior, Marcus can be scared off easily and has a high-pitched voice. If Niko harms him, he runs off and the security guard pounces onto Niko, starting a fight.

List of clothing

Unlike those from the Russian Shop and Modo, available suits are sold with both a pants and a top (jacket and shirt/turtleneck, with an occasional tie). However, certain slacks and footwear are still sold separately.

Note that certain articles of Perseus clothing differ between the console and PC versions. These include the "turtleneck" suits, which are replaced in the PC version by three-button jacket and vest suits; the generic three-piece suit, the jacket of which is unbuttoned in the console versions, but buttoned up in the PC version; and the loafers and Suede Bucks, which are replaced in the PC version by Oxfords and Suede Wingtips, respectively. Their colors remain generally consistent.

The following lists all available clothing in Perseus. The names of the clothing in the PC version are italicized:

Suits Pants Shoes
Item Price Item Price Item Price Item Price
Charcoal Suit $1000 Double-Breasted Jacket, Ebony w/ Turtleneck and Charcoal Pants (Three Button Jacket, Ebony and Vest w/ Charcoal Pants) $1000 Carbon Suit Slacks $300 Black Loafers (Black Oxfords) $200
Double-Breasted Jacket, Granite w/ Turtleneck and Basalt Pants (Three Button Jacket, Granite and Vest w/ Basalt Pants) $1000 Double-Breasted Jacket, Iron w/ Turtleneck and Obsidian Pants (Three Button Jacket, Iron and Vest w/ Obsidian Pants) $1000 Charcoal Slacks $300 Brown Loafers (Brown Oxfords) $200
Double-Breasted Jacket, Lead w/ Turtleneck and Ash Pants (Three Button Jacket, Lead and Vest w/ Ash Pants) $1000 Obsidian Suit $1000 Espresso Slacks $300 Black Wingtips $200
Onyx Suit $1000 Perseus Cream Sportcoat w/ Carbon Pants $2000 Slate Suit Slacks $300 Brown Wingtips $200
Perseus Mustard Sportcoat w/ Onyx Pants $2000 Perseus Slate Suit w/ Red Shirt $600 Patterned Loafers (Beige Oxfords) $200
Perseus Charcoal Suit w/ Floral Shirt $600 Perseus Ash Suit w/ Silk Shirt $600 Suede Bucks (Suede Wingtips) $200
Slate Suit $2000


  • The guard in Perseus is the exact same NPC model as the man outside the LC Fight Club, and Abdul Amir's personal bodyguard as shown in the mission Caught with your Pants Down.
  • Strangely, if you get into a fight with the guard at Perseus and the police see him attacking Niko, they will fire at the bodyguard, not even attempting to arrest him.
  • When you purchase a full suit at Perseus (a suit that includes both a jacket and trousers) the game automatically changes your previous top/bottoms to those of the full suit. However, the full suits can still be combined with clothes from Modo or the Russian Shop. This can be done by purchasing clothes from either shop while wearing the Perseus suit. This can be accomplished in the Wardrobe also, by selecting a full suit and accepting to wear it, but then re-entering the Wardrobe and navigating through other purchased clothing (when navigating through the Wardrobe, push the analogue stick to the right, this will avoid re-selecting a full suit. If you do select a full suit by accident, leave the Wardrobe and re-enter it again).
  • The name "Perseus" refers to either the mythological character Perseus, or the Estonian or Finnish word "Perse", which means "ass". But mainly because the word "Perseus" sounds very upper-class.
  • Perseus along with Modo and Russian Shop cannot be entered in The Lost And Damned or The Ballad of Gay Tony.
  • Apparently Marcus had his nipple pierced. When you run into him, he may say, "Ow, you hurt my nipple ring!"