Grand Theft Auto: Vice City


Grand Theft Auto: Vice City's review


Excellent port of the PS2 classic

  • A lot to do
  • Nostalgia effect
  • Visuals haven't aged well
  • Very buggy

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"A Classic Sandbox Action Game Revived"


Grand Theft Auto: Vice City, Rockstar Games’s iOS and Android port of the hit PlayStation 2 classic, is an open-world sandbox action game. You play as Tommy Vercetti, a mafia hitman who’s been released from prison and is currently living in Vice City, the game’s take on 1980’s Miami. You can progress the game’s storyline by completing missions or play as you want, buying and upgrading property, stealing different vehicles, and participating in various other challenges.


There’s a lot to do in Vice City, meaning that the main game and its various challenges will take some time to complete. Fans of the original will immediately feel the nostalgia effect as they play through one of Rockstar’s classic games.


The game’s visuals and mechanics haven’t aged well, especially if you’ve played recent GTA games. Some bugs occur at random during missions, such as waiting for a car that never shows up or being stuck in an open space, making you force close the application.

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Daniel Adrian Sanchez

by Daniel Adrian Sanchez

Jul 03, 2015

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