Tony Prince was born in the Midwest in 1958 (although he claims to have been born in 1963) and grew up in Dukes.
According to the Maisonette 9 website, Tony's next club (and first gay club) was Thunder in 1986 which was later renamed 2 Backed Beast and was eventually shut down by the city.
At the height of his career, he also owned the clubs Peacock, Platonic Fury, and Cox.
He also gained world-famous heiress Cloe Parker as a best customer and casual friend.
Like Gracie, Cloe uses a lot of cocaine and influences Tony down a similar path.
There's even an open sandbox mode so you can run around Liberty City doing whatever you want, be it with your friends or complete strangers.
Before the game's release, Rockstar signed a million deal with Microsoft to produce two downloadable expansion packs exclusively for the Xbox 360 in 2009.In 2003, his hiatus ended and he was allowed to open Maisonette 9, but still came under heavier scrutiny for his club's policies on safety, age-checking, and drug use.Sometime after opening the club, he met Gracie Ancelotti, a mob daughter who once failed to get inside Maisonette 9, but was granted a membership after befriending Gay Tony (as Gracie tells Niko Bellic in "I'll Take Her").One of the biggest changes from previous installments was 's ability to take advantage of the Internet connectivity that virtually all consoles of the time had built in.A number of multiplayer game modes are offered, from classic deathmatch and team deathmatch to team-based co-op missions.Any other man would just dust himself off and carry on." Anthony "Tony" Prince, also known as Gay Tony, is a character in the Grand Theft Auto series who appears as a minor character in Grand Theft Auto IV and The Lost and Damned, and the eponymous deuteragonist of The Ballad of Gay Tony.