Congratulations on waiting so long before diving into Grand Theft Auto IV. It's quite possible that a magical, truly cost-saving deal is swinging your way this October 26. Amazon and Gamestop are listing Grand Theft Auto IV: Complete for the PS3 and Xbox 360. It's an edition of the game that, as its name correctly implies, will ship with the full title and its two downloadable episodes, The Ballad of Gay Tony and The Lost And Damned, according to the Amazon box art.
To be clear, creator and publisher Rockstar has yet to announce this set. And while I highly doubt Amazon is just willy-nilly listing fake games for fun, I suppose it's totally possible that this could be, in fact, a listing based on bad information or something.
So, how much cash are you saving if you opt to grab Complete for its suggested $40 price point? A lot! Both bits of DLC are still being sold for 1600 Microsoft Points ($20 each) on Xbox Live Marketplace, while the original game is still being sold for around $20-30. That's not bad at all--especially if you've yet to experience what GTAIV has to offer, which is a lot. Here's our review from 2008 and below two trailers for the content being packaged into Complete. Assuming it exists.
== TEASER ==The Lost and Damned
The Ballad of Gay Tony