Kotaku: Grand Theft Auto IV: The Lost And Damned Review

The Lost And Damned is Rockstar Games' first downloadable episode for Grand Theft Auto IV, an Xbox 360 exclusive expansion to the blockbuster 2008 release that introduces players to all new lowlifes and scumbags.

Gone (well, almost) is GTA IV leading man Niko Bellic, replaced by a gang of Liberty City natives with their own set of problems. The star of The Lost And Damned is Johnny Klebitz, the relatively level-headed Vice President of the drug-dealing biker gang The Lost. A few hundred murders aside, Johnny's a pretty stable guy, particularly in comparison to the gang's president Billy Grey. Fresh out of rehab, Billy returns to the Lost, only to start wreaking havoc city-wide, making Johnny's junkie ex-girlfriend Ashley the least of his problems.

Even if you already know the streets of Liberty City like the back of your hand, is Grand Theft Auto IV: The Lost And Damned worth getting lost in?

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