The second expansion of Grand Theft Auto IV, this game takes place roughly around the same time as Niko Bellic's journey in Liberty City, as well as the first expansion, "The Lost and Damned." On Conspire, Andy (a caller) says he had a wife, but now lives alone in a bunker, but he later goes on to say he hasn't met (or knows) any blacks, women or Jews and prefers that he doesn't. Luiz Lopez our final macho-man is it seems the Hugh Hefner of Liberty City - making the last two protagonists look like nuns.
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At the same time Lopez tries to prevent Prince from doing himself in with a cocktail of pills, booze, drugs and hysterical fits.
Despite the grim set-up, The Ballad Of Gay Tony is an altogether more upbeat affair than The Lost And Damned.
Lopez soon finds himself lent out as muscle to a series of shady criminals – as well as a couple of certifiably insane dilettantes – as a means of paying off his and Tony's debt.
When Rockstar Games released The Lost And Damned on Xbox Live, they effectively set the bar for any DLC which followed it.
The sheer size of the new content was impressive enough in itself, but the way it all came together so smoothly in one slick package was simply mind-boggling.
Instead expect a damn right brilliant story you can sink your teeth into, full of the usual yet still refreshing and more enjoyable tale of backstabbing, jealousy, Russian rockers and Yusuf Amir.
This character has to be given particular praise for his bad dancing to ' Arab Money' and hilarious conversations with Luis, calling him every name under the offensive sun.