Grand Theft Auto IV achievements
4,236
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Grand Theft Auto IV

4.1 from 20350 votes

There are 65 Grand Theft Auto IV achievements (50 without DLC) worth 4,236 (1,500)

295,495 tracked gamers have this game, 2,074 have completed it (0.70%)

480
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Add-on:

The Lost and Damned

4.2 from 304 votes

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110,093 tracked gamers have this dlc pack, 26,299 have completed it (23.89%)

There are 5 achievements worth 480 (250)

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L33tSpriggs
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L33tSpriggs
Posted on 18 October 09 at 09:44
This dlc review has 17 positive votes and 2 negative votes. Please log in to vote.
*******GTA IV DLC The Lost and Damned Review*******
Grand Theft Auto. Since the third adaptation of this award winning, controversy spinning, money making all singing all dancing marvel, people have never stopped wanting more from the franchise. So ta daaa here is some GTA IV DLC. Titled; The Lost and Damned, it focuses around the exploits of Johnny Klebitz. A hardcore biker and second in command of The Lost Motorcycle Club. The story is not your standard GTA fair. You have lived here all your life. You are already at your peak of crimeness, I mean for a while you were acting Lost MC leader. Until Billy Grey is released from prison. You are back working for your old childhood friend and sort of nemesis.
As for the protagonist Johnny K., I found him to be a bit of a jerk, I mean Niko, he didn't like being an arseface, but Johnny. He gets serious kicks out of it. Especially one mission where you need to do something mean to a person that I at least, came to be fond of.
Gameplay has been revamped a little. The Bike mechanics have been completely overhauled. You are now almost glued to the seat, instead of falling off insanely easily. There are lot of new weapons and they are all a lot of fun, especially the grenade launcher, although it would be nice to be able to cook the grenades in the tube, it's still a great new weapon to fill in the rocket launcher slot. There is nothing cooler looking then firing a grenade laucher from the hip down a crowded street. It is Badass. The auto shotgun is also a powerfull addition to the ever increasing weapons list and destroys cars in a matter of seconds. No aiming required for this bad boy, just close your eyes and pull the trigger.
There are a few minor annoyances though. After the end of the story. There is no longer anywhere to watch TV, or play Hi-Lo Cards. Now that is not a major thing BUT If you are like me, and you play the story and THEN go on to the mini games it will get you down. I mean you can look up the new TV shows on Youtube, but there is no way you can experience the Hi-LO card game any more, besides starting up a new game. So there you go, there is a way around those to little grievances.
In conclusion the Lost and Damned is still a fantastic game. It sticks to the vanilla GTA IV's gameplay which is still brilliant, and adds just the right amount of new features to keep it freah and interesting.
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