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19Dec/14

Chinatown Wars out now for Android/Amazon

Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars has just been updated for iOS devices and for the first time ever is now available for Android and Amazon Kindle Fire users as well.

This updated version features new highly customizable touchscreen controls, physical controller support, plus high resolution widescreen display on supported devices, as well as full Retina Display resolution on iOS.

Chinatown Wars works universally across all your supported phones, tablets and devices, including the Google Nexus Player and Amazon Fire TV.  We’ve also upgraded all our original iOS versions with the same universal capability, so everyone can enjoy the update regardless of which version they originally purchased. For more information regarding compatibility, please see our Support site.

4Feb/11

Chinatown Wars 50% off on Apple App Store

In celebration of the Year of the Rabbit, we're happy to announce that Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars for the iPhone, iPod touch and iPad is on sale from now until midnight on Sunday, February 6th (EST), get either Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars or Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars HD for 50% off.

9Sep/10

Chinatown Wars iPad released

Chinatown Wars is out now on for iPad.

Chinatown Wars iTunes link

31Aug/10

Chinatown Wars iPad release date

Chinatown Wars HD will be released for the iPad on the 9th of September.

26May/10

Chinatown Wars demo for iPhone/iPod touch

Rockstar has released a three mission demo of Chinatown Wars on the iTunes app store.

Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars Lite is an introduction to your criminal career in the most dangerous city in America. Play the first three missions from the full game -- meet Uncle Wu “Kenny” Lee, and help him in his quest to regain control of the Triad Gangs of Liberty City. Get ready for hotwiring, reckless driving, gunfights, and plenty of hot pursuits.


Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars Lite

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22Jan/10

GTA Chinatown Wars iPhone/iPod Touch released

21Oct/09

Chinatown Wars PSP gameplay video “Out for Revenge”

20Oct/09

Chinatown Wars PSP reviews and release

Rockstar News Wire

Reviews are starting to appear for Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars for PSP, available throughout North America tomorrow, Tuesday October 20,and across Europe this Friday October 23.

The critical response thus far?

A perfect 10/10 from Play Magazine, which called the game "The new best hand-held title of the year."

Another 10/10 from Videogamer.com: "The game boasts some of the most inventive missions in GTA's history...GTA: Chinatown Wars is my favourite handheld game of all time."

Eurogamer deliver a 9/10 and highlight the upgrades made in the transition to PSP: "Not only are the textures much higher-resolution throughout the world, but the once-squashed comic cells used for the text-based story sequences look beautiful spread across the PSP screen."

Gamepro's 4.5/5 comes with a glowing recommendation: "Chinatown Wars remains an absolute blast from start to finish with plenty of trademark Liberty City locales ripe for exploration... If you're looking for a good action adventure experience that harkens back to the more cartoony Grand Theft Auto days, then Chinatown Wars is certainly worth the investment."

Now Gamer scored the game a 9.5/10, stating "GTA: Chinatown Wars on PSP is bigger, looks better and arguably offers the definitive handheld GTA experience. If you’re a fan of the series, you won’t want to miss it...Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars has perfectly translated to the PSP and is a must-have game."

Release dates for Chinatown Wars PSP:
October 20th - North America
October 23rd - Europe
October 28th - Australia

9Oct/09

Chinatown Wars PSP trailer

20Sep/09

3news Chinatown Wars PSP preview

Over 100 minutes of new music and a small set of original missions complete the PSP additions, and although these were yet to be revealed in detail, one can only assume they are in a similar tradition to the original game. As for the mini-games, built with the DS stylus in mind, the PSP gamepad operates in a simple – if rather uninspired - manner.

Link: 3news.co.nz