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GTA Episodes from Liberty City (Cert 18) Xbox 360 £21.99 @ Argos
GTA Episodes from Liberty City (Cert 18) Xbox 360 £21.99 @ Argos

GTA Episodes from Liberty City (Cert 18) Xbox 360 £21.99 @ Argos

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Using the code GAME20 that expires next Tuesday, preorder the XBOX 360 version for £21.99.

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Original Poster

Including delivery

For those that are unaware, this is both the expansion packs that have been released on the Xbox 360.

I never realised the expansion packs were going to be this expensive (expecially considering this is a possibly the cheapest available price), a shame that it affects the content of the actual game. My opinion of GTA4, is that it was not very big on content and just felt like a very big demo.

I say this as alot of the missions guided you, ie told you what to do. You were never given the opportunity to expand on the possiblitlies and reach this games potential

I believe that Rockstar were probably aware that they had done just enough, so as to merit a high rating and appease fans, thereby leaving scope for improvement for a sequel.

Got this pre-ordered for £18.39 when Argos were doing 20% off pre-orders and it was priced £22.99.

does this include the Lost and Damned also the new Ballad of Gay Tony? if so, thats an excellent price!!

Spies;6245761

Got this pre-ordered for £18.39 when Argos were doing 20% off pre-orders … Got this pre-ordered for £18.39 when Argos were doing 20% off pre-orders and it was priced £22.99.



Same here. Also to note for all

You don't need a copy of GTA 4 to run this, its a stand alone expac.

eiamhere69;6244962

My opinion of GTA4, is that it was not very big on content and just felt … My opinion of GTA4, is that it was not very big on content and just felt like a very big demo.I say this as alot of the missions guided you, ie told you what to do. You were never given the opportunity to expand on the possiblitlies and reach this games potentialI believe that Rockstar were probably aware that they had done just enough, so as to merit a high rating and appease fans, thereby leaving scope for improvement for a sequel.



That is characteristic of all the GTA games, short missions with explicit instructions on how to complete them. Mostly, it's just a question of going through the motions.

voted HOT...also ordered
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