Gamespot didn't really have that much to say of any flaws, apart from the fact some of the DS minigames don't play as well on the PSP (which we expected), and some camera issues.
"At first glance, Chinatown Wars could be mistaken for a return to the Grand Theft Auto series' humble 2D beginnings. The action is viewed from a more or less top-down perspective, and of course you still spend much of your time driving stolen cars and causing trouble with firearms. But the similarities between this superb PSP game and its '90s progenitors pretty much end there. Chinatown Wars actually has more in common with GTAs III and IV than it does with earlier games, and, remarkably, it even adds to and improves on the formula that made those games so successful. That's a bold statement for sure, but Chinatown Wars really is that good... It's also one of the best GTA games yet."
"Kicking off ten years ago as one of New York's first late-night outdoor parties, Turntables on the Hudson are still going seriously strong thanks to their sophisticated blend of hip-hop, house and funk, peppered with latin sounds, afrobeat and even European gypsy vibes. Check out the audio player below for a snippet from their radio station, exclusive to Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars for PSP."
Part three of our music reveals from the exclusive soundtrack of Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars for PSP delivers the genre-leaping instrumental rock sounds of Tortoise.
Often referred to as 'post-rock', this Chicago-based outfit was one of the very first bands to fearlessly incorporate hip-hop, techno, dub and drum'n'bass into modern guitar-based rock'n'roll in the late 1980's, earning them worldwide acclaim. Influential to this day, Tortoise's most recent album is the critically acclaimed Beacons of Ancestorship. Check out the audio player below for a snippet from their station in Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars for PSP.
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