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The Lost and The Damned Review

Wednesday, March 18th, 2009 by Ryan L. Lopees

Title: The Lost and the Damned
Developer/Publisher: Rockstar North/ Rockstar Games
Platform: Xbox 360
Release Date: 2/17/2009
Number of Players: Single Player, 2-16 Online, 2-4 Co-op

After promises of “exclusive” content for the Xbox 360 version of Grand Theft Auto IV were made prior to the game’s release, we finally see the first of the two exclusives in The Lost of The Damned. The burning question that was on the minds of just about every GTA IV player out there (on the Xbox 360 that is) was whether or not the “expansion” justified its $20 USD price-tag. Well, I can give you the long answer or the short answer, which would you prefer? Oh, who am I kidding? When do I ever give short answers? Looks like you’re just going to have to read all about it to find out, huh?

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