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Gameplanet Review: Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars

Many missions are dished out to you via your PDA. Where the DS utilised the touchscreen for this feature, the PSP uses buttons to navigate and suffers from a short load time from the UMD each time you open your PDA. The lack of the stylus/touchscreen combo also means that all of the mini-games play differently too. Like stealing cars (jamming a screwdriver in the lock and turning it by swivelling the thumbstick), or hotwiring the vehicle, for example. They all work ok, but in games such ad tattooing fellow gang members or making your own Molotov cocktails, where the DS stylus excelled, now just prove to be an annoyance.

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