Honor among thieves is a concept known in any culture, and no criminal organization can last without deep, unquestioning trust among its members. In Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars, players discover a betrayal of that trust: corruption that runs to the core of a Triad crime syndicate. Most of the action in Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars is viewed from an angled, top-down perspective on the city streets, more similar to the pre-GTA3 games in the series. The stylus is used to drive, as well as in a number of mini-games representing iniquitous activities such as hotwiring cars, dealing drugs, and digging through debris for stashed goods. The game presents a new experience in the Grand Theft Auto series, tailor-made to touch-screen play, and an original story to go with it. Fans will find the same open world, emergent adventure, violent action, pop-culture riffing, and dark humor that make the Grand Theft Auto series the most glorified and notorious of its time. What they won't find is a rehash of previous adventures with the likes of Tommy Vercetti or Niko Bellic. Forget it. It's Chinatown.