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Opie and Anthony discuss GTA IV DLC “The Lost and Damned” with Lazlow

thelostmotorcycle 500x281 Opie and Anthony discuss GTA IV DLC The Lost and Damned with Lazlow

The new expansion “map pack” hits Xbox Live today and Opie and Anthony had Lazlow in studio to talk about “The Lost and Damned”.  According to Lazlow this “Map Pack” is a new mission set in Liberty City with over 100 new audio tracks including some tracks by Ziggy Pop.  Many of the new physics behind the motorcycles were all revamped and much of the gameplay mimics real motorcycle gangs characteristics.  Liberty City graphics have also improved in this DLC, with a grittier feel than our friend Niko Bellic experienced.  The new weapons added in GTA IV “The Lost and Damned” include a double barrel shotgun and pipe bombs you can toss from the motorcycle.

Comedian Bill Burr is one of the many new characters you’ll see in “Lost and Damned”.  Bill Burr plays as Jason in the biker gang named The Lost who constantly talks about banging Russian broads.  What a conspiracy!

Although “The Lost and Damned” DLC is considered an expansion from the GTA IV series, you will have an opportunity to meet up with characters from Liberty City’s GTA IV.  Maybe Niko Bellic?

Opie and Anthony express their frustration and joy with the new release since Opie is a PS3 Fanboy and Anthony a 360 Fanboy.  Reminder, the GTA IV DLC is exclusive to the XBox 360 thanks to Microsoft’s generosity (money).  Shouldn’t Opie and Ant own both consoles?

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3 comments

  1. mzitt11

    Ziggy Pop or Iggy Pop???

  2. Daniel Perez

    It’s a damn shame this was released the same day SFIV comes out. It’s going to be a hard decision for Xbox 360 owners later today. For PS3 owners, I guess you’ll have to make due with only SFIV ;)

  3. mrjuandrful

    Ziggy, you know zzze zzze zzzebop, de de bop… IIIIII ain’t got nooo bodyyy

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