You’ve already forgotten about it.
Considering the ESRB lists all of 10 Nintendo DS titles rated M, this isn't surprising. Still, the publisher of Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars bragged the game accounts for more than half of M-rated game sales on that platform.
Cammie Dunaway, Nintendo of America's executive vice president of sale and marketing, confessed to being frustrated by the sales numbers behind Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars and suggested Rockstar hasn't learned something Nintendo already knows about marketing.
Sure, Grand Theft Auto Chinatown Wars has been out for a bit, but that didn't stop Rockstar from sending along copies of the game along with a bizarre fortune cookie.
This year saw the launch of not one, but two additions to the DS family.
Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars arrives in less than two weeks for the PSP. The PSPgo guest stars in Rockstar's debut trailer for the game. Try to refrain from touch the screen. Not that it'd do any good.
Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars comes out on the PSP later this month, and Rockstar dropped a load of new screens to show off how pretty the game looks on Sony's handheld.
Rockstar's surprise PSP installment to the formerly DS-only Grand Theft Auto Chinatown Wars made more sense in my hands when I played it late last month at the company's Manhattan HQ. Finally, I can explain why.
Rockstar makes a move onto the iPhone in a big way, announcing both music-maker Beaterator and Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars for Apple's handheld this fall.
Having dated Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars for the PSP earlier this week, Rockstar now shows us how the game handled the trip from the Nintendo DS to Sony's handheld.
Before you ask, here's what C.O.P. stands for: Criminal Overturn Program. Don't feel bad, I never would have guessed that either.
Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars, the highest rated video game in the history of the DS, is coming to the Playstation Portable, Take-Two Interactive announced this morning.
When last I checked, just over a month ago, nearly 4,500 people had jumped through the hoops to finish Rockstar's portable GTA. The increase has been steady.
Despite some signs of trouble earlier this year, Nintendo of America president Reggie Fils-Aime told Kotaku why third-parties have a bright future on Wii and DS.
It's not easy to get to the very final mission of Rockstar's DS Grand Theft Auto. But the number of people who have done so has doubled in the past month.
Patrick Brown's fantastic Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars fan art is definitely wallpaper worthy. So is his Grand Theft Auto IV: The Lost and Damned fan art. Good thing wallpaper-sized versions exist!