GameSpot: Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars Review

Perhaps what's most amazing about Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars is that it doesn't feel like a scaled-down handheld version of a GTA game. Rather, it feels like a logical and somewhat experimental progression for the series, introducing a handful of great new features that seem destined to become standard in future iterations. And don't let the art style or the presence of simple minigames fool you; Chinatown Wars is every bit as deserving of its mature rating as previous games. It's also one of the best GTA games yet.

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PistolPumptMonk3501d ago

Haha I don't know what the disagrees are all about buddy, I thought your comment was quite humorous. Laugh a little, N4G.

LTC3501d ago

This game probably deserves the scores unlike GTAIV.

spunnups3501d ago

Screenshots remind of my first GTA experience. The very first on the PC. Good Memories. The series sure has come a long way. I hope the next GTA is as fun as San Andreas. GTAIV felt way too real and serious.

Danja3501d ago

I agree these screens remind me of GTA2 ..back in the day..

and I also agree GTA4 was lacking the fun factor of past games personally im hoping the take it back to Vice City .. but with San Andreas Gameplay and GTA4 online plus some better online modes would be great weren't too fond of most of the choices in GTA4 except GTA Race.

Darkiewonder3501d ago

Glad to be a proud DS owner! this game will be added to my ever growing mountain of awesome DS games!

Kevin McCallister3501d ago

I hate the isometric view, but it looks like I'll eventually have to try this game out.

Mini Mario3501d ago (Edited 3501d ago )

More proof that super HD quailty graphics arent what makes a game. Considering the DS is basically a n64

I loved the "top" view of the originals on the PS, so i will get this for sure.

GTA 4 just felt like a violent "sim" game

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