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Niko is in disbelief before he’s knocked out with the butt of a rifle.Waking up in the basement of Mikhail Faustin's house, Niko is questioned by the captor as well as Faustin’s partner in crime, Dimitri Rascalov, until Faustin himself comes down to tell them to keep their voices low, when he discovers his goon to be incorrectly interrogating Niko, and consequently shoots him.The game was built on RAGE, an engine that Rockstar developed, first used in Rockstar's Table Tennis, circa 2006.There was a special edition of GTA IV, containing a duffel bag, soundtrack sampler, art book, and a copy of the game, all packaged in a locked metal case made to look like a safety-deposit box.Niko realized this to be what Bulgarin thought, and had no choice but to avert the Russian Mafia.He spent seven months upon the merchant navy ship, The Platypus, contemplating joining his cousin, Roman, in his lavish and luxurious American life.Niko frees Roman from the back of a car some time later and drives them both to Roman’s cab company, only to find it burning violently, along with his apartment.Roman is devastated, and after crying to Niko (the “mission” is called Roman’s Sorrow) he rings up Mallorie and asks her to find them a place in Bohan.
As he continues his hunt, Niko encounters, works with, and occasionally befriends a wide variety of unsavory characters from all walks of life, offering his services to them as a gun for hire.Vlad tries to justify his existence, and tells Niko that if he shoots, people will find him. A few hours later, Roman calls him, and, in a hushed tone, tells him where to rendezvous.Niko finds Roman hiding in a dumpster, where Roman speaks of gangsters chasing him.When The Platypus pulls into the City, Niko disembarks and is soon after picked up by his cousin to drive back to Roman’s place.When they get back, however, Niko is quick to observe that all Roman had told him was a great exaggeration, and in reality Roman had nothing but a poor apartment and small cab company.
The Grand Theft Auto series has always been about allowing players to do whatever they please inside of an open world, along with the option to go through the game's missions to move the story forward and allow the player to exercise the many different facets and weapons of the game, such as robbing banks, assassinating NPCs, blowing up cars, escorting criminals and dealing drugs.