GTA: Chinatown Wars Gameplay Trailers

By Jorge Ba-oh 27.02.2009 4

GTA: Chinatown Wars Gameplay Trailers on Nintendo gaming news, videos and discussion

After a short snippet of footage in a GameStop promo, Rockstar have released a full trailer for the upcoming DS GTA.

We're shoved deep into the orient with a load of crime and corruption going on in China Town, taking on the role of Huang Lee as he sets out to avenge his father's untimely death.

The official site has also opened in time for the March 17th 2009 release.

Thanks to All Games Beta, C3 reader Marzy.

Box art for Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars

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Rated $score out of 10  8/10

Reader Score

Rated $score out of 10  9/10 (17 Votes)

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It's a nice trailer and actually shows some gameplay. The game's looking nice, and from a few previews, it plays really good aswell.

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Like the style, looks decent enough and fluid - hope the results of this starts off a GTA for Wii.

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That game does look nice. I like the fact that you can also do thous mini games in it with the hot wiring i wonder if your have EXP build able stats

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To me this actually looks better than some of the console GTA games

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