Grand Theft Auto: Vice City
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|Grand Theft Auto: Vice City|
|Developer(s)||Rockstar North (PlayStation 2, Microsoft Windows, Macintosh)|
Rockstar Vienna (Xbox)
|Series||Grand Theft Auto|
Mac OS X
|Genre(s)||Action, Open world|
Grand Theft Auto: Vice City is a video game developed by Rockstar North and published by Rockstar Games. It was released in 2002, for the PlayStation 2 and for personal computers. It is part of the Grand Theft Auto series of video games. It takes place in the middle of the 80's in a fictional place called Vice City. This fictional city is based on the real-life city called Miami which is in Florida state.
Gameplay[change | change source]
Grand Theft Auto: Vice City is an action-adventure game played from a third-person view. The player controls criminal Tommy Vercetti and completes missions to progress through the story. Players can freely walk around the game's open world and can complete side missions too. Vice City has two main islands and some smaller islands. The islands are unlocked for the player as the story progresses.
During the story, Tommy meets different gangs. As the player completes missions for different gangs, some gang members will defend the player and some rival gang members will see the player and shoot them.
As Tommy builds his criminal empire, the player can buy a number of buildings in the city, some are where weapons can be collected and vehicles can be stored. There are also businesses which can be purchased.
Each building has a number of missions, once all missions are complete, the building begins to generate an ongoing income for the player.
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References[change | change source]
- "OFLC (New Zealand) rating" (PDF). New Zealand Customs Service. Archived from the original (PDF) on September 23, 2006. Retrieved August 26, 2006.
- KING, AUSTIN (7 October 2020). "Grand Theft Auto Vice City: What Happened To Tommy Vercetti?". ScreenRant. Retrieved 7 March 2021.