While Armando and Henrique seem like a couple of nice guys, they aren't the type of folks I'd run into in the social circles I travel in. Brian, on the other hand...well let's just say I wouldn't be surprised to walk into my living room and find Brian or a reasonable facsimile thereof sacked out on my couch.
The Lost And Damned is Rockstar Games' first downloadable episode for Grand Theft Auto IV, an Xbox 360 exclusive expansion to the blockbuster 2008 release that introduces players to all new lowlifes and scumbags.
The Lost and Damned is due out tomorrow and to celebrate, Rockstar sent us a clutch of shirts sure to get you killed if ever worn in a biker bar.
Spoiler alert! If you're going to play Grand Theft Auto IV: The Lost and Damned and find digitally rendered flaccid penises offensive, you may want to avert your sensitive eyes during one in-game cinematic.
The trailer not only features some fantastic metal flashbacks, but also a few guest appearances from familiar GTA IV faces, including our dear old Mr. Bellic. I particularly like the little sneer that Johnny Klebitz busts out at the halfway mark.
He's the episode's anti-hero, the "reactionary prick" wrapped up in an ugly "ravaged, drug addled exterior," if those are Mr. Klebitz's own words. He's also pretty good with a grenade launcher.
Character bios only, so no gameplay of course. But Billy looks like a garden-variety bonebreaking sociopath. Malc hews to stereotype, too, in case you couldn't tell by all the wealth he flaunts and the stripper ass in his face. Enjoy.
The folks at Rockstar don't seem to keen on the return of Niki Bellic's voice actor Michael Hollick, answering "Hell no!" to MTV Multiplayer's query about new lines for everyone's favorite Slavic bastard.
The most recent issue of Game Informer contains "loose talk" that Rockstar Games is readying a new Grand Theft Auto, a fully-fledged follow up to GTA IV for the holidays. Not so, say Rockstar reps.
Along with the new trailer for the first episode of Grand Theft Auto DLC, The Lost and Damned, Rockstar has released a batch of screens showing off the subtle nuances of biker gang culture.
While last night's story from USA Today is all well and good, we prefer to get our news about the upcoming The Lost and Damned DLC for the Xbox 360 version of Grand Theft Auto IV directly from Rockstar itself. Why? Because the Rockstar official press release is free from any journalistic meanderings, and it comes…