GTA Chinatown Wars loses little of its charm in this port from the DS/PSP to the iPhone, but the smartphone's touchscreen makes for a difficult control scheme, especially at the game's break-neck speeds.
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Already a classic on the Nintendo DS and Sony PSP, Chinatown Wars brings its violent, free-wheeling Liberty City badness to the iPhone and iPod Touch.
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