Grand Theft Auto: Vice City

GTA Vice City is the 2003 sequel to GTA 3, and in many ways, a far superior game compared to the latter. While not a great game, it's a certain charm and is definitely among the greatest games of the series. The sport of fast cars and ruthless criminals packs more action and excitement to the first couple of hours than can be seen at the forefront of most games.

Vice City itself is a completely developed island city that lives and breathes like other game configurations before it. Cars drive up, and down the roads, boats ply the water manners, news copters zip by overhead and anywhere you turn the citizens of Vice City are moving about their business. Even the crooks, cops and taxpayers of the town are all capable of a level of dynamic behaviours. But even when you're not shooting them, they nevertheless have agendas.

Grand Theft Auto: Vice City's Experience

Unlike GTA 3, Vice City's graphics have aged well, and look very appealing to the contemporary eye, although the character models and animations, continue to be somewhat blocky, and generally not on par with the remainder of the match. The story is your typical GTA affair. You're Tommy Versatti, an ex-convict and mafia"capo" that are sent to oversee a drug deal that ends up poorly. Your mission is to find the ones sensibly, kill them and retrieve the stolen money (of course it becomes more complex later on).

This game is by far the best game in the series; it's everything you could ask for and more. It certainly boasts one of the best soundtracks in any game ever, to cater to all needs.

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Grand Theft Auto: Vice City
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