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2:39PM October 19, 2009

Part three of our music reveals from the exclusive soundtrack of Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars for PSP delivers the genre-leaping instrumental rock sounds of Tortoise.

Often referred to as 'post-rock', this Chicago-based outfit was one of the very first bands to fearlessly incorporate hip-hop, techno, dub and drum'n'bass into modern guitar-based rock'n'roll in the late 1980's, earning them worldwide acclaim. Influential to this day, Tortoise's most recent album is the critically acclaimed Beacons of Ancestorship. Check out the audio player above for a snippet from their station in Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars for PSP.
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11:45AM October 14, 2009

Looking to make her big break in journalism, documentary filmmaker Melanie Mallard has made a deal with Chan Jaoming that she believes will help her finally make a name for herself as she captures the Triads' rule of the City's drug trade on camera. It will be up to Huang to escort her around as she films the action, but whether or not she can be trusted not to go public with too much information remains to be seen.
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10:51AM October 13, 2009

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Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars for PSP takes one of the highest rated handheld games of all time and enhances it with a slew of new features and some brand new missions designed specifically for the PSP. Here are some brand new screenshots from "Factory Fun", one of the new PSP-exclusive missions. Be sure to check out the Rockstar News Wire for a detailed write-up on the mission itself.
2:49PM October 9, 2009

Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars is coming to PSP® system on October 20th. Check out the world premiere of the PSP version trailer above.
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10:58AM October 5, 2009

Part two of our music reveals from the exclusive soundtrack of Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars for PSP brings us a special selection from the label credited with reigniting New York's dance-punk scene, and the guys behind the twice Grammy-nominated band LCD Soundsystem: DFA Records.

Founded in 2001 by James Murphy, Tim Goldsworthy and Jonathan Galkin, DFA have had a constant string of successes, starting with their initial signing of Grand Theft Auto IV soundtrack guests The Rapture through to the successes of LCD Soundsystem's two albums and singles including "Daft Punk Is Playing At My House" and "Get Innocuous" (also found on the soundtrack to Grand Theft Auto IV).

With a modern twist on the influences of early 80's bands that blended dance music and rock such as Talking Heads, Blondie and New Order, DFA is currently home to such bands as The Juan Maclean, Holy Ghost! and Yacht. Meanwhile, in between LCD Soundsystem shows, James Murphy and Tim Goldsworthy are succesful touring DJ's in their own right. Take a listen to a clip from the DFA station in Grand Theft Auto Chinatown Wars PSP above.
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Retired Features: Rockstar Games Social Club features and unlocks for Chinatown Wars are no longer available as of 5/31/14.