Last modified on 10 November 2012, at 21:03

Radio Stations in GTA Chinatown Wars

Radio in Chinatown Wars is substantially stripped down from that found in previous games, due to the size limitations of the Nintendo DS cartridge. There are five radio stations, yet none of these feature any voice tracks, being purely instrumental. Radio stations in cars can be changed through buttons on the touch screen. Interestingly, the radio stations from Grand Theft Auto IV are advertised on billboards throughout the city, yet none are accessible to the player. All the stations are named after real artists of bands, most of whom contributed, albeit with instrumental rather than vocal songs.

Ticklah-logo.png Ticklah A dub radio station, playing primarily reggae-inspired beats. Named after reggae/dub artist TickLAH.
Deadmau5.png Deadmau5 A station playing electronic and club tunes. Named after the DJ Deadmau5.
Alchemist.png Alchemist A station playing hip-hop and other such music. Named after a producer of hip-hop records.
Truth&soul.png Truth & Soul A jazz and funk station. Named after Truth and Soul, a record label.
Prairiecartel.png Prairie Cartel A station playing mostly rock and indie music. Named after the band The Prairie Cartel.

PSP and iPhone/iPad Touch versions

The PSP and iPhone/iPad Touch versions retain the music and style from the DS version but includes additional stations, including:

Anvil A station only playing songs by the Metal band Anvil.
DFA A dance-punk station featuring songs produced by DFA Records.
DJ Khalil Hip-hop radio station playing songs made by DJ Khalil.
Sinowav FM Chinese-oriented station playing traditional Chinese instrumentals.
Tortoise "Post-rock" radio station that only plays songs by the band Tortoise.
Turntables on the Hudson A Worldbeat music station.

Ratings

All stations are assigned a rating from zero to five stars, depending on the amount of time the player spends listening to them. These can be views by accessing the radio player in the PDA.