Rockstar has popped out a patch that rectifies theGTAIV censorship mix-up reported yesterday

So, Europe will go back to being unchecked, while Australian content will again be toned down.

The blooper was triggered by an update for Xbox 360-exclusive DLC The Lost and Damned, which somehow swapped regional censorship rules, leaving us with bodies that refused to spurt blood and only one camera angle to watch prostitute encounters. Dammit!

Grand Theft Auto IV: The Lost and Damned was released earlier this week for 1600 Microsoft Points (GBP 13.60 / EUR 19.20). That's quite a lot of dosh, but adequate for the benchmark-setting level of content on offer.

Head over to our Grand Theft Auto IV: The Lost and Damned review to see what we thought.

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