Glad to see a lot of love for the grossly underrated Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars.
Releasing it on PSP and iOS seemed pointless as they also have access to the Stories and PS2-era games, and it defeated the purpose of why Chinatown Wars had been made in the first place.
What made Chinatown Wars so great is that it was tailor-made for the DS and was in so many ways better for it than its console brothers. My imagination was racing when it was first announced, and while it did not live up to my expectations from a graphical standpoint, it was certainly a hell of a lot more fun than I had anticipated.
The Urbz: Sims in the City, the sequel to the excellent GBA version of The Sims: Bustin’ Out, tipped me into buying a DS, my very first console, handheld or otherwise. Knowing that another sequel, The Sims 2, was also on its way, with very completely different games on both DS and GBA, was also a deciding factor (the DS game was pretty good, albeit light on content, while the GBA game was utter crap; little did I know that the worst was yet to come).
I couldn’t afford any other games for a while, after having bought the console and Urbz, so I must have completed The Urbz eight times before buying any more games.
I didn’t have much money during those days, but if I had, I would probably have three times the library than I have now.
Source : https://www.nintendolife.com/news/2019/08/reminder_vote_for_your_favourite_nintendo_ds_games
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