Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars Latest News - DS

Game Description:The DS Stylus has learned a new trick. It's now the only tool you'll need to jack any car you like as the mega-popular Grand Theft Auto franchise makes its debut on Nintendo DS. Explore the series' trademark massive open environments with pinpoint Stylus accuracy and interactive Touch Screen control. Enter the Chinatown underworld where you'll try and outsmart your rivals and stay one step ahead of the law. The DS-exclusive saga follows a trail of crime and corruption within the ruthless Triad crime syndicate, with enough GTA action to spill over two screens.
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Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars News

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  • Rockstar: 'GTA' Wii 'Didn't Feel Natural'

    Rockstar Games co-founder Dan Houser said the reason behind developing a Grand Theft Auto title for the Nintendo DS instead of the Wii--stating that the motion-control capable console "didn't feel natural" with a GTA title. In an interview with Nintendo Power, Houser said: "It really was that the DS felt like it had a lot of...

    Posted September 22, 2008| 9 Comments

    Rockstar: 'GTA' Wii 'Didn't Feel Natural'
  • 'GTA: Chinatown Wars' Details

    The announcement of upcoming Nintendo DS version of Grand Theft Auto (Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars) was pretty exciting at this year's E3, but since then, we haven't heard a lot about the title. This morning, some details are trickling in. According to Eurogamer (via Nintendo Power): Mature rating Cel-shaded, be presented from an...

    Posted September 19, 2008| 13 Comments

    'GTA: Chinatown Wars' Details
  • 'Grand Theft Auto': Wii Bound?

    Take-Two CEO Ben Feder said in a conference call yesterday that his company's "developing" partnership with Nintendo, the possibility of slipping a Grand Theft Auto game disc into your Nintendo Wii may come to reality. He said during the conference: "With respect to GTA Chinatown I will tell you that we’ve spent an enormous...

    Posted September 5, 2008| 17 Comments

    'Grand Theft Auto': Wii Bound?
  • 'GTA: Chinatown Wars' Coming By Jan. 31st

    During a conference call with shareholders today, Take-Two CEO Ben Feder mentioned the planned release window for Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars, the Nintendo DS action game set in the Grand Theft Auto universe. Feder said the game would be out in the first quarter of Take Two's fiscal year, meaning some time between November 1, 2008 and...

    Posted September 4, 2008| 12 Comments

    'GTA: Chinatown Wars' Coming By Jan. 31st
  • GTA Concerning Parents More Than Porn, Alcohol

    According to a What They Play survey, parental units are more concerned about their offsprings' exposure to games like Grand Theft Auto than porn, booze and more violence - which pretty much encompasses Grand Theft Auto titles. The survey conducted this recent August 1 through 6 resulted the following: Out of 1,600 participants, 19% revealed...

    Posted August 11, 2008| 26 Comments

    GTA Concerning Parents More Than Porn, Alcohol
  • 'GTA: Chinatown Wars' for the DS

    All of you out there who want to take your GTA on the go will soon have reason to smile. Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars will be available exclusively for your DS and a page was just put up on the Rockstar Games site where you can subscribe to the usual RSS or email feeds to get info on the new title as it becomes available. Currently, we know...

    Posted July 30, 2008| 5 Comments

    'GTA: Chinatown Wars' for the DS
  • 'GTA Wii' A Possibility

    Among the most surprising announcements at this year's E3, was the existence of a Grand Theft Auto game for the Nintendo DS. No one knows how Grand Theft Auto Chinatown Wars will play yet, but it's coming. But what about the Wii? Is Nintendo's non-handheld going to get the GTA love? It's a possibility. Here's what Nintendo America President...

    Posted July 23, 2008| 13 Comments

    'GTA Wii' A Possibility
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