Friday, February 18, 2011

Grand Theft Auto 4: The Lost & Damned Review

Is it born to be wild?

GTA4 The Lost & Damned takes you out of Niko's shoes and puts you into Johnny Klebitz. Vice President of the Lost motorcycle club, and you go through his story and how he sees Liberty City. Again, like GTA4, the voice work, the characters & the writing are just incredible. All of the characters are believable & likable, well except for two, Billy & Brian and you can tell at the beginning you're going to kill them. There are more mini-games here, like instead of bowling or darts, there's arm wrestling and riding with your gang. I have to say that when you're riding with your gang, it's extremely satisfying and cool to see. I already talked about the voice work earlier, but as for the music, it really feels like you're in a bike club because when you get on a bike, the classic rock starts up and you feel like you can ride around the city for hours without a care in the world. The only problem I had with Lost & Damned is Johnny Klebitz, as great as the story & characters are, Johnny Klebitz doesn't feel like he is a GTA character, he doesn't look like the type of guy that will go out across the street and steal a car. The online is still as fun as GTA4, new modes. My favourite mode here would be chopper vs chopper. After seeing Liberty City through the eyes of a biker, it's still fun to stick around in Liberty City. Grand Theft Auto 4: The Lost & Damned is getting a 9 out of 10.

Stick around as the next review will end with a bang. I take on the nightlife of Liberty City with Grand Theft Auto 4: The Ballad of Gay Tony and score GTA4: The Complete Edition and after that we finish our trip in Liberty City with the review of Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars on the iPod Touch. We're almost done Grand Theft February!

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