Today’s world feels increasingly more chaotic, violent, and out of control. How about a trip back in time to a kinder, gentler era? Simply take out your Android phone or tablet, install the Grand Theft Auto: Vice City app, and you’re there: Welcome to the 1980s.
The mobile version of Rockstar Games’ masterpiece is just as much good, dirty, violent fun as the original. From the decade known for big hair, pastel suits, and excess comes the story of Tommy Vercetti (voiced by Ray Liotta), a thug who has just been released from jail. Sent to Vice City by his old boss, Sonny Forelli (voiced by Tom Sizemore), Tommy is out to make glamorous, hedonistic, mob-ridden Vice City his home – regardless of the fact that pretty much everyone there wants him dead.
Using the Grand Theft Auto: Vice City app and your Android device, you’ll enjoy the incredible graphics, killer soundtrack (including Megadeth and Iron Maiden). The combo platter of open-world gameplay and character driven narrative is as intoxicating in this mobile format as it was on the original game console version.
Like all GTA games, Vice City is both violent and controversial, so take that M rating seriously – you need to be at least 17 years old play this game.
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