Summary: Despite the positive reviews, I was skeptical that the Nintendo DS could handle a free-roaming game like Grand Theft Auto while still having a solid story. Sure, there were older GTA games for previous Nintendo consoles, but they were all pale imitations of the franchise's rebirth in Grand Theft...
Summary: I ordered this game strictly off of other product reviews I read off of Amazon.com because I'm currently deployed to Afghanistan and was looking for a new DS game to keep me occupied in downtime. I wasn't disappointed. The game is big - no huge - for a DS game.
Summary: What I played of this game looked interesting, but not addictive like GTA IV. The graphics are some of the worst I`ve seen, but I can`t blame it since it`s on Nintendo DS. The gameplay is a bit difficult because it has the new view from above (it`s on the other games but almost nobody uses it).
Summary: There is not much that I can really hold against the gameplay of GTA:CTW, but if you are the kind of person that has some sense of morality, it will probably insult you a few times right off the bat.
Summary: I really enjoyed this game a lot, despite its predictable conclusion. It is expansive (it takes at least a few minutes to drive from one end, say the bottom left corner, of the city, diagonally up to the top right of the city).
Summary: I've been a GTA nut for a decade and always thought a decent port could be made for the dual-screen mode of play. This title keeps the spirit of the series while taking it in a more storyline direction, with great videos and as much fun as you're going to have outside of Mario Bros. Very cool!