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iPhone gets Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars, Beaterator


11:10 AM on 08.31.2009
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Two new Rockstar Games titles for your iPhone or iPod Touch have been announced today. I'm game for both.

Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars, the game you currently know as a Nintendo DS title (and later this year as a PSP download), has just been announced for the iPhone and iPod Touch. It's coming this fall, totally retuned to work with the iPhone's controls. Liberty City in your phone. That should be pretty kick-ass. No price or other details were given.

Also coming to the platform is Beaterator. The title, a collaboration between producer Timbaland and Rockstar Games, lets you create beats and songs on-the-go, with your phone. It comes from the same developers that put together Chinatown Wars, actually. It contains thousands of loops and sounds that you can put together to make your own jams. This is also dropping in the fall on the iTunes App Store, and again, no price was given.






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