Sadly, because it's a digital download, we don't know exactly how many copies of Lost & Damned Microsoft and Rockstar managed to sell. We do know, however, it's more than 323,000.
To those who have GTAIV's expansion pack, Lost & Damned: you seen those cars that look like they're the ones Wayne drives in Wayne's world? Their presence is no coincidence.
Rockstar aren't the humble types. So when Rockstar VP Jeronimo Barrera gets talking about the quality of Lost & Damned's script, you know he's not going to say "oh, it's better than Everybody Loves Raymond".
It's OK, Europeans. Yes, your versions of Grand Theft Auto IV have been censored. That's the bad news. The good news? It's all a mistake, and Rockstar are working on a fix.
Reports are starting to come in from Europe claiming that the release of Grand Theft Auto IV's expansion pack, The Lost & Damned, has somehow censored previously uncensored versions of the game.
Displaying the same kind of "throw that money away" attitude that won them exclusivity for the Grand Theft Auto IV expansions, Microsoft have announced that Xbox Live Gold will soon go (sort of) free.