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PSP owners, rejoice – Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars, Metacritic.com's highest-rated DS game of all-time is now available for PlayStation Portable. Specifically retooled for the PSP platform, this is a full-fledged game that stands on its own. With an all-new, deep story and visuals complete with upscaled widescreen graphics, enhanced lighting, animations and including all new story missions, Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars promises a powerful experience on the PSP, and one not to be missed,
Liberty City's newest tough guy, Huang Lee.
Brutally hot weapons.
Vehicles big and small.
Major mayhem in Rampage Mode.
View larger. The Story: Left for Dead in the Worst Place in America
Following his father’s murder, Huang Lee is given what would on the surface seem to be a simple mission: to deliver an ancient sword to his Uncle Kenny to ensure his family retains control of the Triad gangs of Liberty City. Huang is a spoiled rich kid who expects everything to run smoothly, but his trip does not go exactly as planned. Only minutes after arriving at the Liberty City airport at the far end of town, he is attacked, robbed and left for dead. Only through quickly thinking is he able to survive and make his way back to his neighborhood, but the damage to he and his family has been done. Now his destiny is to search for honor, riches and revenge in the most dangerous and morally bankrupt city in the world.
Chinatown Wars is set in the Grand Theft Auto IV-imagined version of Liberty City, and contains most of its boroughs and neighborhoods. In exploring and exploiting this vast area, players use the game's rotatable camera to take in a 3D, 360-degree view of their environment, providing an elevated and somewhat skewed third-person perspective, that switches to first-person with the appropriate player action. Assuming the role of Huang Lee your goal is to rise up in the ranks of the underworld to challenge the Triad of Chinatown gangs that have usurped your family's position and recover the stolen heirloom and your lost honor. In true GTA fashion this entails gameplay that embraces the seedy underbelly that Liberty City is famous for. Throughout the game's 70+ missions — all of which can be replayed even after completion — and its myriad of side quests, players earn cash by completing jobs ranging from petty street crime, all the way up to drug dealing and assassination. As in other GTA releases, rising competence at crime raises the amount of attention received by police, but unlike previous games here players can not simply outrun alerted authorities. With each additional star added to your 'wanted rating' players must disable or destroy more of the pursuing police units to keep them off your tail. In addition to mission play, the game also contains many opportunities, such as the safe cracking and car hot-wiring mini-games and the various items and weapons hidden throughout the game that demand skill with the PSP's analog nub for success. By whatever means, once players have attained a certain level of cash and street cred they will also be able to recruit members for their own gang who pledge their loyalty by allowing themselves to be tattooed with the mark of the player's choosing.
Cars and Controls
Cars and control schemes play a prominent role in Chinatown Wars. All cars feature GPS functionality based on available roadways. Directions are shown on the lower of the screen as part of the in-game PDA interface, but players may take vehicles off roads wherever possible, with the GPs automatically resetting when back on the pavement. While driving players also have access to five in-game radio stations and use of their weapons. Your PDA provides efficient management tools for your growing crime empire, including quick weapons switching, a running total of available cash, in-game e-mail and Internet access and nearly instant game saves any time. The control scheme in Chinatown Wars utilizes an easy to use and comfortable to play combination of steering and manual and automatic weapon locks and unlocks via shoulder buttons.
Key Game Features: Audio and Video Upgrades – Utilizing the superior audio and visual processing power of the PSP, Chinatown Wars is reborn with noticeable boosts in graphic and sound quality. An Expansive Liberty City at Your Fingertips – Contemporary Liberty City is a massive world complete with pedestrians, weather and traffic patterns, five different radio stations and four different sprawling boroughs to explore. Endless Gameplay – Mature storyline with over 70+ story missions; plus dozens of side quests, collectibles, contextual mini-games and the all new mission replay feature. Street Economics – Addictive drug dealing side game with 6 different drug types, 80+ drug dealers and a supply / demand driven narcotics economy. Play with Friends – Take your game online with the PSP's Wi-Fi capabilities for head-to-head and co-op multiplayer mayhem. Bragging Rights – Chat, trade guns and commodities with your friends, and compete for glory via online tournaments and leaderboards on the Rockstar Games Social Club. PDA Interface – Use the touch screen as a PDA device to set GPs waypoints, change radio stations, communicate via e-mail with in-game characters and order weapons on the Internet. Online Bragging Rights and Multiplayer
Care has been taken to ensure that players can share their PSP Chinatown Wars experiences with friends and fellow players in different ways. First, players will have access to the Chinatown Wars as well as the greater Grand Theft Auto communities through the Rockstar Games Social Club. Here they can chat, trade commodities, purchase special in-game items with in-game currency, check the leaderboards and compete in online tournaments. The PSP's Wi-Fi capabilities also gives players the opportunity to take their game online as they battle for supremacy in their own little corner of Liberty City in both head-to-head and co-op multiplayer battles.
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- ASIN: B002F87WEW
- Product Dimensions: 7 x 4.1 x 0.6 inches ; 4.2 ounces
- Media: Video Game
- Release Date: October 20, 2009