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Niko Bellic is a fictional character and the playable protagonist of Rockstar North's 2008 video game Grand Theft Auto IV, also featuring as a supporting character in its episodic content The Lost and Damned and The Ballad of Gay Tony, all of which are published by Rockstar Games.
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Luis Lopez is the bodyguard and business partner of famous Liberty City nightclub owner Anthony "Gay Tony" Prince.
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.
The game was built on RAGE, an engine that Rockstar developed, first used in Rockstar's Table Tennis, circa 2006.
The game follows Niko Bellic's arrival to the United States, following the (laughably false) claims of wealth and luxury promised in letters from his cousin, Roman.
As he begins to deal with the culture shock of living in a very capitalist Liberty City, Niko also attempts to make good on his secret vendetta—to find a “ special someone” who betrayed him (and others) during the war.
During his time fighting he witnesses numerous atrocities, including the murder and mutilation of over 50 children, which traumatized him, leading to his cynical view on life, with certain degrees of anger, regret, emotional distress and severe depression.
Niko Bellic is voiced by Michael Hollick, who also provides some motion capture for the character.
Executive producer Dan Houser spoke on the matter saying that Niko is "from that grey part of broken-down Eastern Europe", suggesting that Niko's nationality was left intentionally vague or to the interpretation of the player.
With the release of its second (and probably last) downloadable episode, the story begun in Grand Theft Auto IV is finally complete.
So far, we’ve seen the immigrant-disillusionment story of Niko Bellic and the sad bikers-in-decline tale of The Lost and Damned, each more gritty and depressing than the last.
In Grand Theft Auto IV, Niko Bellic is a war veteran from Eastern Europe who moves to Liberty City, a fictional city based on New York City, to live with his cousin and search for the man who betrayed his military unit.