Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars Previews - 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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