this game is the latest GTA game (by my knowledge) and was made for Nintendo DS. Personally, i really like the game. Especially the whole drug-dealing bussiness, which adds a certain amount of realism to the criminal world thing GTA always has going on. And instead of annoying, getting rid of the cops is actually fun here!
I love the way the cars look all simplified and everybody is out of proportion in comparison to the vehicles (the cars aren't much bigger than the people) - at first glance it almost looks like Micro Machines meets GTA.
The gameplay is pretty special too, although a bit more depth definition (as in, physical depth and height) would be great - I want to fly helicopters, I want to reach the tops of the highest buildings and I want to use parachutes. It gave me a real sense of achievement in other GTA games, Vice City especially, to start low, and slowly obtain means of aerial transportation. Standing on the highest building in the city felt amazing. Sure, there's the odd overpass and balcony, but most of Chinatown Wars stays on the streets.
The only bad thing i can think of at the moment is how players aren't all that motivated to do missions. Drugdealing earns you way much more money, the story isn't THAT captivating, and there's no need to unlock other parts of the city since you can already go everywhere from the beginning.
I've also found a small flaw in the game. In GTA IV, you can go on the police website on the internet, and search for the name Huang Lee, Chinatown Wars' main character. GTA IV took place in 2008, while Huang arrives in Liberty City in 2009. So how can he have a criminal record in 2008?