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August 25, 2009 // 7:08 pm - Rockstar just announced at their official Facebook and Twitter pages that the PSP version of Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars is set for an October 20, 2009 release. Some initial screens are now available as well!

Chinatown Wars was first released on the Nintendo DS with a unique twist for Grand Theft Auto on the console, now it's being transferred to the PSP system and will be available trough retail and download for the PSP Go.

To quote: Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars coming October 20th for PSP.

Yes, it will be available as both a digital download (via PLAYSTATION Network) and a retail UMD.

Rockstar Announces Chinatown Wars Hits PSP on October 20 '09

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#5 - Raften - August 31, 2009 // 8:49 pm
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I played this on the DS, but I stopped after playing for about 4 hours. I had more fun with the drug trading than with the rest of the gameplay. I wonder how they are going to carry over the hijacking minigames.

#4 - PS4 News - August 27, 2009 // 11:23 pm
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Quote Originally Posted by Judysz View Post
I wait for some videos or screens.

I added the screens to the first post... enjoy!

#3 - Judysz - August 27, 2009 // 9:29 am
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Woah... I haven't played in this game on DS, but I can't wait for this in PSP.

I wait for some videos or screens.

#2 - Starlight - August 27, 2009 // 1:29 am
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I am guessing here.. but i could see the download being cheaper as compared to a UMD as the extra cost involed in a UMD disc is production, packing and manual and box cost, transportation etc.

#1 - zDD - August 26, 2009 // 4:31 pm
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Oh, I can't wait for this one. My PSP will get much more love from me when I get this game.

My question now is, will there be a price difference from the DL vs hard disc version?