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Grand Theft Auto IV: The Lost and Damned- X360

alaTest has collected and analyzed 78 reviews from magazines and websites. Reviewers really like the size and controls. The gameplay and multi player mode also get good feedback, whereas many are negative about the AI.

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Xbox 360 Games the Grand Theft Auto IV: The Lost and Damned- X360 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 86/100 = Very good quality.

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Grand Theft Auto 4: The Lost and Damned Review

 

The first DLC episode for GTA4.

Those who enjoyed GTA4 online, something I find hard to believe since it was filled with prepubescent douchebags that have no idea what teamwork means, will be happy to know that online multiplayer has been reworked to correspond with the new episode. ...

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Grand Theft Auto IV: The Lost and Damned

 

Downloadable content on the Xbox 360 has run the gamut from nickel-and-dime items such as themes and gamer pics to more substantial items like track packs for Rock Band and Guitar Hero, or multiplayer weapon and map packs for your favorite first-person...

The Lost and Damned takes about 8-10 hours to complete, and that's if you forego all the side activities (did I mention there are no 'bromances" in The Lost and Damned? It must be an Eastern European thing). That's roughly a third of the length of...

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Grand Theft Auto IV: Lost & Damned review for the XBOX360

 

Liberty or death, Lost MC forever!

Great setting; Awesome new characters and development; Top-notch voice-acting; Improved bike controls; Fun new additions to weapons arsenal

20 for DLC; Good story but does not last; Riding in formation feels forced; Ludicrous final mission; Overall weak multiplayer

While Lost and Damned still suffers from a whole laundry list of problems already present in the original Grand Theft Auto IV, it is still a very enjoyable game. Building off an already impressive design set by its predecessor, this DLC pack only shows...

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Grand Theft Auto IV: The Lost and ..

 

Rockstar North brings downloadable content to a new level.

More of the great GTA universe, intertwining missions, superb voice acting

Gang AI can be wonky at times, some missions are freaking HARD

Unfortunately, as good as the story is, it does end rather abruptly and leaves more than a few questions unresolved. It's a shame that PlayStation 3 owners aren?t able to join in the experience, but Rockstar has set the bar for what downloadable...

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Grand Theft Auto 4 Game Review–Sheer Option Overload

 

I confess, I was looking forward to the release of Grand Theft Auto Four–it was all a lot of us could even talk about.  Every time you opened a game mag or watched a video, every time you read a game blog, or even if you were one of the couple dozen...

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Grand Theft Auto IV: The Lost and Damned

 

Grand Theft Auto IV was showered with game of the year awards last year. Virtually every outlet in the video game industry praised the trials and tribulations of the East European immigrant, Niko Bellic. The gameplay was phenomenal, the graphics...

Through a campaign that lasts approximately 8-10 hours, you take control of Johnny and attempt to alleviate the increasingly grim situation in Liberty City. The journey of The Lost and Damned is largely entertaining as it is filled with plenty of...

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Grand Theft Auto IV: The Lost and Damned - Xbox 360 review at Thunderbolt Games

 

Grand Theft Auto IV, after its blockbuster release last year, has become something of a dirty word in the gaming community. While many stand by it as a bastion of clever writing and immersive gameplay, many jilted fans disregard the serious story and...

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Grand Theft Auto IV: The Lost and Damned Review

 

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Grand Theft Auto IV: The Lost & Damned

 

Hail the sunshine, and f*ck the man.

Obviously, this is one DLC package that's not only well worth the money alone, but compliments the original content and takes advantage of it in every way. It's meant for those who have played through GTA4 first, as it intersects Niko's story at...

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GTAIV: The Lost and Damned Review

 

Game publishers have tried for years to find an effective way to deliver expansion packs for console games. We've had second discs, partial hard drive installs, and other gimmicks, but so far nothing has seemed to really stick. And it's not helped...

But that's alright - for a $20 add-on, you get a lot for your money with The Lost and Damned. The quality of the acting, cutscenes, story, and missions is just as good as in GTAIV, and the convenience of not having to switch discs is handy. Do be aware...