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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 06:03pm 23/02/09 | 1 Comments
We've said it before, but this is definitely the year all of Microsoft's buying of exclusive DLC (downloadable content) will make an impact, and today we have one of the biggest releases in the way of Grand Theft Auto IV: The Lost and Damned.

As a member of The Lost MC, you play Johnny Klebitz, a torn soldier trying to keep his brothers together, fed and alive. Yet his efforts fall on deaf ears when chapter president Billy comes back from rehab and runs amok.

This is a far more interesting story than that of GTA IV, with grittier characters and an intimate story entrenched within the billowing dust of Liberty City. Check out our full review here.



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Vell
Posted 07:18pm 23/2/09
Correction : together, fed and alive.
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