Reviews and Problems with Grand Theft Auto IV: The lost and damned
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20 March 2015
Summary: Dead or Alive Ultimate doesnt play any differently from the already three year old DOA3, but it is still a worthy title to add to your collection simply because it is bigger and even more polished than any DOA game before it. You are getting a port of the Saturn version of the original DOA along with a completely reworked version of DOA2 and both of them can be played online via Xbox Live and it is very smooth. Also, now you can have the entire series on your Xbox.
GTA IV: The Lost and Damned: Reviewed (Xbox 360 DLC)
7 September 2013
Excerpt: Rockstar’s new DLC for GTA IV was always going to be something special. It had to be more than the usual new vehicle or weapon pack to make up for the almost twelve month wait and in typical precedent defying style Rockstar have effectively made the long awaited DLC for GTA IV a whole new GTA game.
Excerpt: DOA is back, and this time Tecmo went to the archives and present us with an upgraded version of DOA2 and a direct port of DOA1. Cleary the centerpiece of this game is the new and much improved DOA2, so I\'ll be referring to that one in the review. At the core you\'ll find the same game as DOA3. However, DOAU brings a ton of upgrades to the table. While DOA3 was pretty, DOAU is even prettier and is jaw-droppingly gorgeous.
Conclusion: For all those PlayStation 3 owners who shrugged at the lack of extra GTA IV content on their console, it’s hard not to feel a tinge of jealousy from missing out on this one. What Rockstar has managed is an unprecedented feat of downloadable excellence, as this is one of the finest and tightly produced adventures to take place in the big city.
Excerpt: Panzer Dragoon Orta is a non-stop shooter with enogh excitement and bonus material to keep you going for quite some time. Add to that the stunning visuals, 5.1 Dolby Digital, and 480p HDTV and your set for an exciting treat for your gaming sences.
Grand Theft Auto IV: The Lost and Damned Xbox 360 Review
29 May 2010
Excerpt: Over the last few years, we’ve seen the rise of downloadable content for console gaming. This has been a somewhat mixed blessing, with some content being wonderful examples of a developer expanding their games, whilst others have been overly priced and hastily knocked together nonsense.
Grand Theft Auto IV: The Lost and Damned (X360) - Review
22 October 2009
Excerpt: When Microsoft first announced its exclusive deal with Rockstar Games, all the way back at E3 2006, nobody was quite sure what that meant for gamers. We were quickly assured this wouldn’t be your standard 'extra few weapons and cars' DLC, instead it would feature entirely new gameplay. After a delay or two, and almost a year after the release of the main game, the Lost and Damned finally released on XBL, and changed our perceptions of what DLC really was.
Conclusion: Concept: Take the reigns of a biker gang and wreak havoc on Liberty City
Graphics: Rockstar used the extra time to cut down on pop-up
Sound: New rock and rap tunes, including guest L.C.H.C. DJ Max Cavalera from Sepultura
Playability: The solid controls from GTA IV carry over in excellent fashion
Entertainment: A must for Grand Theft Auto fans
Replay: Moderately High