GTA: Episodes from Liberty City - What's Missing from the Boxart?

Rockstar recently showed off the boxart for the retail edition of Grand Theft Auto: Episodes from Liberty City. The pack includes both pieces of DLC for the Xbox 360 version of Grand Theft Auto IV. However TripleChat noticed something odd about the boxart. Perhaps a render error, but nonetheless what is not listed on the boxart that should be there?

Can't figure it out? Well considering the DLC packs have been heavily marketed as being Xbox 360 exclusive, one would assume the boxart would show that.

So what's missing from the boxart? TripleChat tells you after the jump.

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thekk20093363d ago

Theres a guy parachuting!!!!1111eleven/1!!! !

ape0073363d ago

I really cannot wait for the ballad of tony

gonna be action packed

day 0 buy xD

Nelson M3363d ago

The RRoD in the Bottom Left Corner of the Cover would Look GooD
Or the Cover should have Gay Tony Bending over,Pants Down and The RRoD for his Bullet Hole

aldesko3363d ago

I'm guessing if they were going to put "only on 360", it would be when they put the ESRB on the box.

LiL T3363d ago

Could be because its on pc also.

TenSteps3363d ago

To be honest I don't care if the Lost and the Damned and the Ballad of Gay Tony hit the PS3 or not if it does great if it doesn't too bad I'll just buy Episodes from Liberty City on my 360.

As for Agent I'm pretty sure that is going to be "truly" exclusive to the PS3 I remember reading from the original article of Agent that Sony secured the exclusive rights to the game.

Kushan3363d ago

I think its fair to say that with this generation, the term "exclusive" doesn't mean much of anything.
Sure, I mean first-party exclusives are pretty rock Solid, your Halos and Gran Turismos aren't going anywhere, but when it comes to 3rd party exclusives, its anyone's guess as to what "Exclusive" really means.
We've seen "Only on Xbox" logos on games that went multiplatform and we've seen games without that logo that stayed where they are.
Luckily, though, I don't think anyone is really missing out. There's plenty of fantastic games out there to keep even the most avid gamer busy.

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