The two action packed episodes will also be available for download on the PlayStation Network and Games for Windows - LIVE on March 30, 2010. Each episode takes place in the same detailed and immersive world that made Grand Theft Auto IV one of the most critically acclaimed games of all time. Games for Windows - LIVE players can enjoy 32-player multiplayer matches and an advanced video editor, and all fans will experience new songs on the updated soundtrack as featured across Liberty Citys 13 diverse radio stations, alongside in-game television and Liberty Citys own internet. The Lost and Damned is a dark trip through Liberty Citys seedy underbelly as outlaw biker, Johnny Klebitz, fights to keep his gang together as a rift in the gangs leadership threatens to tear the brotherhood apart. In The Ballad of Gay Tony, players explore Liberty Citys high-end nightlife as Luis Lopez, struggling to balance the temptations of money and vice against loyalties to family and friends. Both episodes feature a slew of new vehicles and weapons, and each episode adds new activities including cage fighting, gang wars and BASE jumping.
We all like a good deal and the Xbox 360 has seen its share of good packaged deals in terms of add-ons to our favorite games whether it’s double expansion packs for The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion or Fallout 3. Still, all of these packages pale in comparison to Rockstar’s Grand Theft Auto: Episodes from Liberty City … a packaged deal that will make you glad you bought an Xbox 360. Oh yeah, it’s just that good. Episodes from Liberty City includes both The Lost and Damned and The Ballad of Gay Tony all on one disc that features two very different stories that interconnect with Niko Bellic’s story from Grand Theft Auto IV. Interestingly enough, this packaged bundle doesn’t even require you to own a copy of GTA IV. You can simply pop the disc... Read Review