Starter Save - Part 52 - GTA IV PC - complete walkthrough (all details) - achieving 11.95% - YouTube


Starter Save - Part 52 - GTA IV PC - complete walkthrough (all details) - achieving 11.95%





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Starter Save - Part 52 - GTA IV PC - complete walkthrough (showing all details) - achieving 11.95% Game Progress before doing the story missions - no cheats and no modifications (no mods). However, due to the RGSC.exe application not initiating properly, I used the XLiveLess application to bypass it

My Achievements

This is a complete walkthrough that shows how to achieve 11.95% Game Progress before doing the story missions. The first story mission is called "The Cousin Bellic" , and it has already been completed.

A Starter Save is when all side-missions, Flying Rats, etc are completed prior to doing the mission 'It's your call'.
All of the techniques in this video were created and developed by me.

This is the PC version of GTA IV.
The official Rockstar patch ( was installed, and XLiveLess was used to bypass RGSC.exe, otherwise there are no mods or other upgrades.

This is a completely legitimate game.

This version is currently 11.95% complete up the mission "The Cousins Bellic"

The mission 'The Cousins Bellic' must be completed before saving for the first time, therefore it's the only story mission that's been completed, no others.

Niko has never Died or been Busted.

Anything that can be done prior to ALL of the story missions (after The Cousins Bellic) has been completed (excluding PC Achievements).
This was done just to see how many things could be completed immediately after the game began, and before the mission "It's Your Call"

Here's a list of what has or will be completed, meaning some of the things on this list may not have been completed in this particular video, but in a later video instead:
1) All available clothing has been purchased or acquired (The clothing from locked areas cannot be purchased yet)
2) The special outfit from the Island of Happiness has been collected; the one that reads "Happiness is... Land"

The following side-missions / mini-games have been completed:
1) All 30 of the Most Wanted missions completed
2) Beat the high-score on CUB3D
3) Beat the computer at a game of Pool
4) Beat the computer at a game of Darts
(It's not possible to play the computer at a game of bowling, otherwise I would have done that too)

In addition to all of that:
1) 200 Flying Rats -- Pigeons Exterminated. (The Annihilator helicopter now spawns in Triangle in Algonquin)
2) 50 Stunt Jumps found
3) 50 Stunt Jumps completed

There are no failed missions.

All available Map Icons are shown on the map. This may not seem like much, but I did have to enter each of these locations in order for the icon to appear (except for the carwashes). (Even though the icons are visible, that doesn't mean that all of those places are open for business yet)

Percentage Totals:
The Cousins Bellic 0.70%
Beat the High Score on CUB3D 1.25%
Beat the Computer at Darts 1.25%
Beat the Computer at Pool 1.25%
Killed all Flying Rats 2.50%
Completed all 50 Stunt Jumps 2.50%
Killed all 30 Most Wanted criminals 2.50%


The Saved Game of this video-series can be downloaded here. Later videos will have more links to choose from.
This is for PC users only... you can load it up and play it on your PC.
Parts 1 thru 4
Parts 5 thru 8
Part 9
Part 10
Parts 11 thru 14
Parts 15 thru 17

How to load the saved game on your PC:

XLive Wrapper for GTA IV

-zeroz-'s GUIDE for playing saved games on PC:

savefiles are now located in the folder (XLiveLess only):
(for Windows Vista) %USERPROFILE%\Documents\Rockstar Games\GTA IV\savegames\
(for Windows XP) %USERPROFILE%\My Documents\Rockstar Games\GTA IV\savegames\

Recorded using Fraps with a GTX 280 video card.
PC Version

There are some edits in this video, but I tried to keep them to a minimum. The edits are do to the fact that I had to pause the game to find certain items, such as Flying Rats, etc. I edited out the pauses that were made to the main menu, so aside from that, what you see is what actually happened.

This video-series is based on the Ultimate Starter Game that I created a few years ago. Unlike the game in this video, the Ultimate Starter Game has everything maxed out.

Thanks for watching.



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