Grand Theft Auto IV: The Lost and Damned (2009)

Video Game  |  Action, Comedy, Crime  |  17 February 2009 (USA)
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Johnny Klebitz, Vice President of a gang of outlaw bikers called The Lost Motorcycle Club, has been keeping the brotherhood afloat while its President, Billy Grey, is in court-ordered rehab... See full summary »


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Scott Hill ...
Johnny Klebitz (voice)
Jim Fitzgerald (voice)
Lou Sumrall ...
Billy Grey (voice)
Brian Jeremy (voice)
Terry Thorpe (voice) (as Joshua Burrow)
Keith Randolph Smith ...
Clay Simons / Fleeca Commercial Announcer (voice)
Ashley Butler (voice)
David 'Dave' Grossman (voice)
Mr. Roncero (voice)
Angus Martin (voice)
Charleigh E. Parker ...
Elizabeta Torres (voice) (as Charlie Parker)
Santos ...
Andreas (voice)
Ray Boccino (voice)
Honey Rockwell ...
Marta (voice)
Walter Mudu ...
Malc (voice)


Johnny Klebitz, Vice President of a gang of outlaw bikers called The Lost Motorcycle Club, has been keeping the brotherhood afloat while its President, Billy Grey, is in court-ordered rehab. When Billy is released, he immediately goes on the warpath, endangering the numerous truces that Johnny had established, especially with their rival gang, The Angels of Death Motorcycle Club. Johnny finds himself forced to choose between his common sense and his loyalty to Billy. Taking place at the same time as Niko Bellic's journey in Liberty City in Grand Theft Auto IV, the plot interweaves with Niko's story at various points. Written by Lebowski

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Bundled together with Grand Theft Auto IV: The Ballad of Gay Tony (2009) on one Blu-Ray/DVD for PlayStation 3/Xbox 360 as "Grand Theft Auto: Episodes from Liberty City". It is available online, standalone, through PlayStation Network/Xbox Live. See more »


In the opening cutscene Niko Bellic can be seen walking down a street as Johnny Klebitz and The Lost ride through Alderney City. In Grand Theft Auto IV, Alderney would have been blocked off at this point in the timeline, so there is no way Niko could have been there as he would have been in Broker at this time. See more »


Billy Grey: [Repeated line] Brian, shut up.
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Crazy Credits

Key moments from both GTAIV and The Lost And Damned appear as cutscenes during the "game complete" credits. See more »


Referenced in Grand Theft Auto V (2013) See more »


Run to the Hills
Written by Steve Harris
Performed by Iron Maiden
Station: Liberty Rock Radio 97.8
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Grand Theft Auto is Lost and Damned? Hell NO!!
3 March 2009 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Forget GTA4 as Lost and Damned is the game that GTA4 should have been. Better Missions, better characters and even better music tracks too. I had more fun and excitement playing as the member of the biker gang than I had playing Niko in the proper game of GTA4. The story is good and the action is actually quite realistic, more realistic than GTA4. The music is to die for as it has grand bands providing the tunes like Deep Purple and Motley Crue for starters. It really helps you get into "the Zone" and then the concentration on the game becomes more clear and then the fun really begins. Also it incorporates some of the original characters of GTA4 into the new storyline which is a great touch, I think they did that just so the original characters are forgotten. If you wanna ride, I guarantee it will bring out the biker in you.

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