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Yesterday I told you wot I thought of the first half of the GTA IV: Episodes From Liberty City, The Lost And Damned. Having played it from beginning to end, I feel rather equipped to let you know Wot I Think.
When introducing yesterday’s The Lost And Damned WIT, I mentioned that I think a possible mistake made in these two excellent additional episodes for the GTA IV world was to repeat the downbeat, reluctant central character both times.
This involves getting on the dance floor, sidling up to a single lady, and then impressing her with your ability to hit keys in time with the music.
It’s about the simplest rhythm-action minigame in existence, and results in a quickie in the toilets.
This isn’t the grey, washed-out world of Niko or Johnny.
While of course bowling alleys and the like are available in both games, you’re not being nagged by friends to hang out in TLAD.
He’s sold his business to two different unsavoury groups, and has no idea how he’s going to get out of this mess.
That his current boyfriend is keeping him well supplied in drugs isn’t helping, either.
Later he’s leaping out of helicopters to grab people mid-air, taking part in land, sea and air races (all at once), and helping the ridiculous Dubaian, Yusuf Amir (voiced brilliantly by stand-up Omid Djalili), to steal a variety of unlikely (and sometimes massive) vehicles.
One particularly excellent shoot-out takes place in a funfair.