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  • Summary: (Downloadable Content) Johnny is a veteran member of The Lost, a notorious biker gang. Johnny has been creating business opportunities for The Lost in Liberty City, but his first loyalty must be to the patch he wears on his back and to Billy Grey, the club's President. However, when Billy returns from rehab hell-bent on bloodshed and debauchery, Johnny finds himself in the middle of a vicious turf war with rival gangs for control of a city torn apart by violence and corruption. Can the brotherhood survive? Developed by series creator Rockstar North and set in Liberty City, Grand Theft Auto IV: The Lost and Damned features a new main character, Johnny Klebitz, and plot that intersects with the storyline of Grand Theft Auto IV; new missions that offer an entirely fresh way to explore Liberty City with new multiplayer modes, weapons and vehicles; and a diverse soundtrack with additional music - all with the incredible production values that are the trademarks of Grand Theft Auto. All-new missions and a new storyline that interweaves with the original story arc of Grand Theft Auto IV. Play as Johnny, a member of The Lost Motorcycle Club. Experience Liberty City now with the perspective and lifestyle of a member of a biker gang. Added range of weapons - including the all-new grenade launcher and sawed-off shotgun. New weapons will be available for use in single-player and in all new multiplayer modes. New vehicles - featuring a collection of bikes that include Johnny's own customized heavy-duty chopper. New and improved bike handling and physics. Set of new action-packed multiplayer modes - details coming soon. All-new in-game TV, internet and radio content featuring new radio shows and original music. [Rockstar Games] Expand
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  1. The sheer amount of content in The Lost and Damned is truly impressive considering its modest twenty dollar asking price.
  2. A dark and sordid revisit to Liberty City full of content and quality.
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  1. Mar 8, 2014
    The start of this game is not good, however towards the end it becomes great. A slight problem is the lack of missions. There are not a lot of missions, so the game's story doesn't last as long as Gay Tony or IV. GTA IV's PC port had problems, but they didn't appear in this for me. Expand
  2. Dec 20, 2012
    Great addition to a great game. When I first started playing this game, I was dreading being on a motorbike most of the time, but it seems Rockstar sorted out the control on bikes, which makes sense considering this guy would have more experience than Niko. Textures and character models for the main characters are much better now, and the cutscenes are definitely another improvement, with better lip-syncing.
    Gameplay is great, new additions to races, and new guns all make it seem like a whole new game in itself.
  3. Jan 24, 2013
    A great improvement over GTA IV, almost everything I had complaints about was fixed. The storyline is good a little depressing but good, I was a little disapointed by the 'ending.' The protagonist is awesome and more believable than Niko but probably not as interesting. Bikes have been greatly improved and I rarely rode anything but a motorcycle. The Storyline interweaves nicely with the original game and Niko makes some cameos. Overall, tons of content, the technical problems are mostly fixed, but if I had one complaint is that the DLC is a little depressing. A must buy for GTA fans. Expand
  4. Mar 11, 2013
    There are still some stability issues with this game but if you have over 1.5GB dedicated graphics memory it should be fine. This expansion is not only a fantastic addition to GTA IV but good in itself. It still retains some ties to GTA IV's context and plot at some points but stays true to its own story and characters. It's not too short, and there isn't anything here which has been downgraded. In every way it's better than GTA IV. Additional weapons such as the sawed-off shotgun, the grenade launcher and automatic pistol make the combat much more satisfying. There is also a lot more focus on combat and you really appreciate the game mechanics more in TLAD because there is more action. Unlike GTA IV, there are no fillers. It's all action. You also don't need to worry about falling off your bike. The new bike you'll be using throughout grips very well, has good performance and is very stable. In terms of gameplay, TLAD resembles classic GTA missions such as those in San Andreas. Given the context of being in a biker gang, you feel part of the group, and can participate in social activities such as races, mini-games (like cards, pool and arm-wrestling) and the usual phoning up gang members to arrange some activity or request their services such as guns, bikes or back-up in combat. The complaints I have with this game which bring down my rating are the god-aweful radio stations. The soundtrack is hideous in all stations, but at least you can put your own music on using Independence FM. It is also a bit too short (only around 5 hours to see everything) and the level variety could be better. All in all though, this is a great expansion for an uninteresting, plain, boring and repetitive game. Definitely worth playing. Expand
  5. Jan 27, 2013
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  6. Dec 30, 2011
    This game is pretty good but the story never got to me like a biker gang no cusomization on multiplayer cmon rockstar now this game sucks dont buy this Expand