Having enjoyed all the GTA games including the original top-down ones on the PC, I was looking forward to playing it on the DS. I was, however, concerned Rockstar were being a little ambitious squeezing it onto Nintendo’s little machine but the good news is, it’s incredibly enjoyable and uses the hardware perfectly. You play as a rich guy called Huang Lee who’s come to Liberty City to deliver a family heirloom in the shape of a sword to your uncle. Unfortunately you’re robbed and left to die at the beginning of the game and so go about trying to...
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Rockstar have just released this new video of the forthcoming GTA Chinatown Wars. The latest instalment in the Grand Theft Auto series lands on the Nintendo DS and takes full advantage of the stylus to enhance game play. You won’t have long to wait before getting your hands on the game as the GTA Chinatown Wars release date is 20th March 2009 UK and 17th March 2009 US. Related: GTA Chinatown Wars release date, GTA Chinatown Wars DS version
It’s good news for GTA fans who own a Nintendo DS. Rockstar have said that Grand Theft Auto China Town Wars is far bigger than any of the PSP games they’ve made so far. There are more missions, odd-jobs and there’s more over-the-top action. You can get all touchy-feely with GTA China Town Wars on 17th March in the States and 20th March in the UK. Related: GTA Chinatown Wars release date , GTA Chinatown drug dealing minigames
Nintendo DS lovers can now preorder Grand Theft Auto Chinatown Wars, the highly anticipated new portable GTA game set in Liberty City. After seeing the leaked GTA Chinatown Wars screenshots we can’t wait for this long overdue mature rated game with touchscreen controls for Nintendo’s dual screened little device. To pick up the first ever Nintendo DS game with an 18+ certificate on you’ll have to wait until Easter – the GTA China Town Wars release date is March 17th in the USA and 20th March in Europe. Related: GTA IV review, Saints Row 2 Review
GTA Chinatown Wars is going to have a drug dealing mini-game. Never ones not to court controversy, Rockstar Games say it will be an integral part of the trading mechanic of the game. I can see the headlines on the front of The Sun newspaper right now. Related: Grand Theft Auto Chinatown Wars, GTA DS version