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Grand Theft Auto China Town Wars Review

As the thirteenth game in the Grand Theft Auto series, everyone knows that Grand Theft Auto Chinatown Wars has a huge reputation to live up to. Released in North America on March 17th 2009, Chinatown Wars is only the fourth Grand Theft Auto game to ever be released on a Nintendo console.

Apparently the publisher and developer of the game, RockStar Games felt it was time to support the Nintendo DS by creating this portable version of Grand Theft Auto 4’s liberty city. In the past Nintendo has had a reputation of only allowing games that cater to children on its portable or home gaming consoles, will this game be able to save Nintendo from that reputation?

Storyline & Gameplay

Without spoiling too much of the Grand Theft Auto Chinatown Wars storyline, the game starts off with players being introduced to a character by the name of Huang Lee, which happens to be the games main character. Huang Lee returns to his hometown of Liberty City with a mission, to deliver his family heirloom to his uncle.

The family heirloom, Yu Jian, is an important piece of the storyline and obviously very important to Huang Lee. However his uncle happens to be the triad’s organizations leader, and wants even more power. Between the times that Huang Lee’s uncle sends him on missions to do a variety of triad related jobs and the end of the game, players will meet many more key players of the story.

Just like in other Grand Theft Auto games since it’s recreation into 3D games on PlayStation 2, this addition to the series keeps true to everything that the old games had with the exception of a few things. For one the camera is similar to Grand Theft Auto 1 and 2, but spins around and zooms around depending on what the character is doing.

Aside from that, everyone knows that the Nintendo DS has two different screens, with one of them having the ability of being touch controlled. Grand Theft Auto Chinatown Wars takes advantage of this by placing the game play on the top screen, and turning the bottom touch screen into a GPS device just for the game.

Players will be able to use the GPS device to mark places on the map such as stores and mission buildings, and can access player statistics or check the games email system where characters send players emails with information on missions. There seems to be a wide variety of vehicles and weapons in this game, just as people would expect from this great series.

In regards to multiplayer features, the game play is played cooperatively with players locally. The only downside to this is that players can’t play the game with others around the world with Wi-Fi connections; they can only trade items and statistics, or send email messages to each other.

Graphics & Sound

Not many people like the town down view of this game, but don’t let that keep you from playing it if you haven’t already tried it out. The camera seems to zoom in and out depending on what the character is doing, The sound effects of the game are pretty great, players won’t be hearing any high quality tunes from previous games though.

Improvements

Does Grand Theft Auto Chinatown Wars deserve a perfect score? Yes it does, due to the fact that this game is one of the biggest and most complex Nintendo DS games to be created so far. Grand Theft Auto Chinatown Wars is the best game on Nintendo DS and should be in every gamers collection.

Final Score

10 Out of 10. – Perfect – (10 Being Perfect, 1 Being Horrible.)

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