Grand Theft Auto IV: The Lost and Damned
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Yes, when playing as Niko you first meet Johnny after they are both entrusted to watch over a heroin deal for Elizabeta and Playboy X. The deal turns out to be an LCPD sting, and Johnny disappears during the ensuing gunfight. He later reappears to assist Niko with a Conflict diamonds deal with Isaac Roth, on behalf of Ray Boccino. The deal is ambushed by members of the Ancelotti crime family, and Johnny escapes with two million dollars in cash.

Yes, you can, but you would have to buy the Episodes From Liberty City compilation which will include the second addon The Ballad of Gay Tony plus an additional three radio stations that are not available in the Xbox Live download. This has got the advantage of you not needing the original game to play this "episode".

Or get a PlayStation 3 (and use the PlaySatation Network).

No. He mentions having a "drug-addled exterior", but likely meant that he did drugs in the past but cleaned up. As he clearly has problems with Billy and Ashley doing drugs and wants Ashley to get clean. Johnny will get drunk when going to a bar with his friends however.

In Grand Theft Auto V, Johnny and the Lost MC have moved to Blaine County, just north of Los Santos. It appears Johnny has relapsed and gone back to doing meth while being in love with Ashley.

These are the games in order by their release dates:

Grand Theft Auto - (PC - Oct. 1997, PlayStation - May 1998, Gameboy Color - 1999)

Grand Theft Auto: London, 1969 - (PlayStation - Apr. 29, 1999, PC - May 25, 1999)

Grand Theft Auto: London, 1961 - (PC - Dec. 31, 1999)

Grand Theft Auto 2 - (PlayStation - Oct.22, 1999, PC - Oct. 7, 1999, Dreamcast - May 2, 2000, Gameboy Color - Dec. 25, 2000)

Grand Theft Auto III - (PlayStation 2 - Oct. 22, 2001, PC - May 21, 2002, Xbox - Oct. 31, 2003)

Grand Theft Auto: Vice City - (PlayStation 2 - Oct. 29, 2002, PC - May 13, 2003, Xox - Oct. 31, 2003)

Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas - (PlayStation 2 - Oct. 25, 2004, Xbox - Jun. 6, 2005, PC - Jun. 6, 2005, Xbox 360 - Oct. 20, 2008)

Grand Theft Auto Advance - (Gameboy Advance - Oct. 25, 2004)

Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories - (PSP - Oct. 24, 2005, PlayStation 2 - Jun. 6, 2006)

Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories - (PSP - Oct. 30, 2006, PlayStation 2 - Mar. 5, 2007)

Grand Theft Auto IV - (PlayStation 3 & Xbox 360 - Apr. 29, 2008, PC - Dec. 02, 2008)

Grand Theft Auto: The Lost and Damned - (Xbox 360 - Feb. 17, 2009)

Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars - (PSP - Oct. 20, 2009, Nintendo DS - Mar. 17, 2009, iPhone - Jan. 18, 2010)

Grand Theft Auto: The Ballad of Gay Tony - (Xbox 360 - Oct. 29, 2009)

Grand Theft Auto V - (PlayStation 3 & Xbox 360 - Sep. 17, 2013, PlayStation 4 & Xbox One - Nov. 18, 2014, PC - Mar. 24, 2015)



Grand Theft Auto: Episodes from Liberty City - (Xbox 360 - Oct. 29, 2009)


These are the games listed chronologically:

1961 - GTA: London, 1961

1969 - GTA: London, 1969

1984 - GTA: Vice City Stories

1986 - GTA: Vice City

1992 - GTA: San Andreas

1997 - Grand Theft Auto

1998 - GTA: Liberty City Stories

2000 - GTA Advance

2001 - Grand Theft Auto III

2008 - Grand Theft Auto IV (with The Lost and Damned and The Ballad of Gay Tony)

2009 - GTA: Chinatown Wars

2013 - Grand Theft Auto 2 and Grand Theft Auto V

...though "technically" the GTA games are split into separate "series" or maps. With each series being a new start and separate from the previous one.

Each series chronology works thus...

The first:

1961 - GTA: London, 1961

1969 - GTA: London, 1969

1997 - Grand Theft Auto [ft. the original Liberty City, Vice City and San Andreas]

The second:

2013 - Grand Theft Auto 2 [ft. the one and only Anywhere City]

The third:

1984 - GTA: Vice City Stories [ft. Vice City redux I]

1986 - GTA: Vice City [ft. Vice City redux I]

1992 - GTA: San Andreas [ft. San Andreas redux I, incl. the original Los Santos]

1998 - GTA: Liberty City Stories [ft. Liberty City redux I]

2000 - GTA Advance [ft. Liberty City redux I 2D]

2001 - Grand Theft Auto III [ft. Liberty City redux I]

The fourth:

2008 - Grand Theft Auto IV (with The Lost and Damned and The Ballad of Gay Tony) [ft. Liberty City redux II and the original Alderney]

2009 - GTA: Chinatown Wars [ft. Liberty City redux II 2D]

2013 - Grand Theft Auto V [ft. Los Santos redux I and the original Blaine County]

From IV:


- Most Wanted, Vigilante or selling vehicles. Instead there is money to be gained and firefights to be experienced from Gang Wars events which can be replayed.


- Loyal taxi (like Roman Bellic's). The regular taxi is still available.

- Car bomb (like Packie McReary's friendship benefit).

- Helicopter transport (like Brucie Kibbutz's friendship benefit).

- Health boost (like Carmen Ortiz's friendship benefit).

- Wanted level removal (like Kiki Jenkins' or Francis McReary's). Interestingly wanted levels never rise above two stars during Gang Wars missions.

- Race request. Instead at least one at a time of replayable motocycle races can be started at will by the protagonist visiting sites that are indexed with icons on the map when not on a mission.


- Automobile Race. Instead there are Hi-Lo, Arm Wrestling, Air Hockey and motorcycle Race but not only those as bowling, darts and 8-ball return from IV. (However, the icon for bowling does not appear on the map, and the protagonist cannot play it with his friends.)

- Stand-up comedy or Cabaret acts.


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