Is this DLC worth it?
Posted 19 February 2009 - 03:34 PM
Posted 19 February 2009 - 03:39 PM
Definitely worth the money.
Posted 19 February 2009 - 03:51 PM
|QUOTE (Prfctpersistent @ Feb 19 2009, 15:34)|
|I've heard alot about the new DLC. Cool features with the lobby have been added so you don't have to keep looking for the right game and new modes for multiplayer and the new cars and new weapons but I'm somewhat critical as I've also heard the bad stuff thats been added or even taken away for that part. So I'm asking the people who have bought and downloaded this is it actually worth my money?|
For me, it's worth every penny and more.
It's adding in _alot_ to IV, when you really think about it, from a new character that now shows a darker side of LC, to gang wars, to road rash like gang fights, to a heck of alot better music(that also is available now in Niko's story)..ect
TLAD, for me is more intense then the original..more of a 'rush', and reminds me of earlier GTA's, something that Niko's story lacked.
It really feels/plays like a new game in a bunch of ways, it's just not nearly as long as Niko's story.(but that is expected, it's a $20 DLC afterall)
Also, it makes GTA:IV as a whole feel like a deeper experience, as these two storylines are connected to each other.
Posted 19 February 2009 - 04:18 PM
Don't listen to any sour pusses that walk in here (if any) though. As the majority on here (I would guess) would say it's sh*t (e.g: OMG no annihilators, the game suckz!!11!), whilst the main populace who like it will still be playing it (like myself). It's a fantastic piece of DLC that probably rivals the main game itself in terms of content and gameplay.
Posted 19 February 2009 - 04:30 PM
Multiplayer, Screwed up, Get your act together rockstar.
Posted 19 February 2009 - 07:42 PM
Posted 19 February 2009 - 07:58 PM
and if you dont like the multiplayer just go back to the normal gta4 for it
id recomend it though, very good value, bikes and weapons are amazing
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