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- Both games are standalone releases that do not require the original Grand Theft Auto IV game, an Xbox LIVE connection, or even an Xbox 360 hard drive to play.
- Two complete Grand Theft Auto games together in one box: The Lost and Damned and The Ballad of Gay Tony.
- Complete your Grand Theft Auto IV experience with powerful new weapons, vehicles, music, features and new mission types in content previously only available via Xbox LIVE Marketplace download.
- Brings the interweaving Grand Theft Auto IV stories of Niko Bellic (main game), Johnny Klebitz (The Lost and Damned) and Luis Lopez (The Ballad of Gay Tony) to an explosive conclusion.
- Two diverse games let you experience the criminal lowlife and the glamorous high-life of Liberty City like never before.
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Plays on Xbox 360 and Xbox One with Backward Compatibility.
Two complete Grand Theft Auto games – The Lost and Damned & The Ballad of Gay Tony – bringing the interweaving Grand Theft Auto IV stories of Niko Bellic, Johnny Klebitz, and Luis Lopez to their explosive conclusion.
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Perhaps because these games are shorter than GTA IV, they are more like games and less like the movie GTA IV was; I respect what Rockstar was trying to do there, but there were certainly some pacing and mission difficulty issues.
And while not much has changed as far as the difficulty goes--often escaping the police is more of the hard part--,the pacing has picked up to the point where you feel like you are playing something that maybe would have come just before GTA IV. Very nostalgic, brutal, funny, and un-PC across the board; The Lost and The Damned offers a more hardcore experience, including little side on bike gang fights that reminded me somewhat of San Andreas and the turf wars; The Ballad of Gay Tony is more eccentric, colorful, and more of a throwback even so; the colors are brighter, there is a lot more neon, the free jumping is back from the tallest building you can find......the characters are really strange, but the story, as in TLAD, is very amusing.
As always, there are lots of cool things to do; just driving around in the right car in the right weather with the right song can be fun in and of itself; Great new songs, TV shows, Radio Talk, funny billboards, great game cross references, and internet stuff. Gone for the most part are the annoying phone calls in the middle of a gunfight or the mandatory bowling date to move on.
Now if they could just move this game to a more colorful setting; I would love to see Rockstar make use of some of things you know it can already do....esp when you look back fondly on GTA III, Vice City, and San Andreas.
This will add like 25 to 30 more hours of fun. Each game included in this expansion is even bigger than many other full AAA war shooters out there.
And one last thing... There are checkpoints inside every mission. So you don't have to play it since the beginning every time if you get killed or arrested. This is a great add on
If you like or love GTA IV this is a must, to complete the full experience. Simply amazing.
Worth every penny!!