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''Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories'', a new installment for PlayStation Portable, was released in October 2005. It was developed by Rockstar Leeds, under Rockstar North's supervision. It has been ported to the PlayStation 2 and features a slightly better framerate and draw distance than its PSP counterpart. A second PSP ''Grand Theft Auto'' title, ''Vice City Stories'', was also developed by Rockstar Leeds, under Rockstar North's supervision for PSP, and released in October 2006. It was also ported to the PlayStation 2.
Rockstar North continued work on ''Grand Theft Auto IV'' in the form of two pieces of episodic downloadable content, one of which is titled ''The Lost and Damned'' and was released 17 February 2009 and a second one, ''The Ballad of Gay Tony'' which was released on October 29 2009. Along with ''The Ballad of Gay Tony'', Rockstar released a disc based version of both episodes for the Xbox 360, titled ''Grand Theft Auto: Episodes from Liberty City''.
On 2 June 2009 at Sony's E3 conference, it was announced that ''Agent'' was being developed by Rockstar North for the PlayStation 3. This was later confirmed in an interview with Ben Feder, President of Take-Two Interactive. The game will be set in the world of the late 1970s. According to Rockstar North, it will "take players on a paranoid journey into the world of counter-intelligence, espionage, and political assassinations".