Submitted by SeraphisCain 2109d ago | review

GTA: Episodes from Liberty City – The best 40 bucks you'll ever spend

From the review: "It should be noted that both The Lost and Damned and The Ballad of Gay Tony will take the gamer roughly ten hours each dependent on skill level and how much they like to free roam. And let it be known that the average game nowadays is around 8 or 9 hours long. So, for 40 dollars you get over double the play time for a regular 60 dollar game. Also, for players who do not already own GTA IV, there is an option to not download these two games and instead buy them on one disc, which does not require GTA IV to play." (Grand Theft Auto IV: The Ballad of Gay Tony, Grand Theft Auto IV: The Lost and Damned, Grand Theft Auto: Episodes from Liberty City, Xbox 360) -

Saaking  +   2109d ago
I'm going to buy them tomorrow.
Elven6  +   2109d ago
Great price indeed, still working my way through The Lost & Damned but right after that I'm getting The Ballad of Gay Tony. I think these games will have long selling legs.

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