gamers (67%) found this review helpful
This game has really set a high benchmark for the PSP platform. Like all in the GTA series this game has infinite replayability. If you are at all familiar with GTA I don't think much more needs to be said about this PSP version. If you are a fan and own a PSP, you probably already own this. If you don't I bet dollars to donuts you eventually will. I highly recommend this title.
gamers (66%) found this review helpful
There is some conspiracy. As soon as Rockstar puts out another iteration of the GTA franchise, people automatically give it a 10. This is not terrible but far from a 10. I am sorry. And I am a huge fan up until San Andreas, the gangster hip hop, rap thug, drive by simulator setting back African Americans 400 years into a trite stereo typing insult. GTALCS is a fair adaptation to a portable but the already wonky controls are even more maddening now because of the lack of a 2nd analogue stick. Missions range from the usual escort, make a hit, to just plain impossible to even begin thinking about completing the mission. At least our man has name this time Tony Ciprioti, I don't remember how its spelled and don't care. This is just a rip off of GTA 3 ported down, albeit quite fun in many ways, but also gets old fast...we've been here before. You can make your own radio station with your own music via your memory stick, that's pretty cool. But really this is not anything near as good as Vice City and GTA 3. Rent it for some good 'ol "I remember this part of town" fun, but save your money for a game that doesn't feel like a re-run.