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|Rating:||M - Mature||Platform:||Sony PlayStation 2|
|Region Code:||NTSC-U/C (US/CA)||Game Name:||Grand Theft Auto: Vice City|
The best-selling PlayStation 2 game of 2001 returns with a new city, theme, and an assortment of enhanced features. Grand Theft Auto: Vice City offers the same go-anywhere style of play as its violent, M-rated predecessor but with an area twice as large as Liberty City to explore in a completely different setting.
Inspired by the look portrayed on television's stylish crime drama Miami Vice, the game takes place in the 1980s with criminals wearing pastel-colored suits, bikini-clad babes relaxing on sandy beaches, and palm tree-lined streets bustling with motorcycles, cars modeled after Ferrari Testarossas, and more. Players can now enter buildings like hotels or discos and walk through hallways to visit rooms.
Players can embark on a series of missions to build a reputation or simply explore the city, hijacking one of 120 vehicles (including motorcycles) and wreaking havoc on foot with an arsenal of 40 different weapons. The targeting mode has been refined once players leave their vehicle, with the camera taking a fixed position behind the character's shoulder and an auto-targeting system based on priority and danger level.
The change in vistas has resulted in new types of pedestrians populating the streets, including roller skaters, joggers, and different gang members. The AI has also been retooled to account for greater variety in pedestrian movement as well as gang behavior. Now gangs are designed to act independently of the player, such as fighting with citizens or stealing their cars. The police will also respond to these incidents, and may attempt to engage in high-speed pursuits with gangs as players go about their own business.
To effectively capture the mood of the 1980s, the soundtrack has been altered to fit the time period. Players will listen to an estimated nine hours of music (nearly three times the amount featured Grand Theft Auto III) across 10 radio stations. The eclectic mix features such noteworthy titles as "I Ran" by Flock of Seagulls, "The Message" by Grandmaster Flash, "You've Got Another Thing Coming" by Judas Priest, and "Out of Touch" by Hall & Oates.
The revamped sound continues on the streets, with over 8,000 lines of spoken dialogue recorded to help bring the fictional city to life. The lead character of Tommy Vercetti will also share his thoughts and musings with players in a departure from the strong but silent protagonist found in GTA III. Actor Ray Liotta provides the voice for Vercetti, and a mix of other film stars round out the cast. Vice City is the first Grand Theft Auto game released under Sony's exclusive rights to the series through October 2004.
|eBay Product ID (ePID)||9774|
|Product Key Features|
|Platform||Sony PlayStation 2|
|Game Name||Grand Theft Auto: Vice City|
|Rating||M - Mature|
|Additional Product Features|
|Number of Players||1|
|ESRB Rating||M - Mature|
|Genre||Action/Adventure, Adventure, Action/Adventure|
|ESRB Descriptor||Blood and Gore, Strong Language, Strong Sexual Content, Violence|
|Game Name Series||Grand Theft Auto Series|
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This game has caused me tears of laughter
I've had the game for quite some time now but i've never finished it. thats becuase i enjoy causing terror around the city and being chased by cops. Tommy is your main character and this guy breaks no sweat causing terror or running illegal errands. hes VERY entertaining and humours and says alot of random stuff that will make you bend over and laugh. like for example if you make him drive you and bump into someone else, he'll say something like "how did you get your lincese?" however if you cause disruption to some drivers, they'll either speed off, get out and run, or fight back. sometimes they have friends that will come and fight you off. he does have a radio station with varioes music fms to listen to. and their news station is Hilarious. I know one of their shows lasts for about an hour, i think there are two news stations There are TONS of cheat codes for this game, such as changing his apparences to various characters, course he'll have the same voice, you can make him change clothes. there are codes for making cars go faster, have bigger wheels, make cars and boats fly or bounce. you can have the pedestrians carry weapons or get in fights with people (just make sure youre out of their way) you can change the weather if you want to such as forcast, raining, foggy, very sunny or dark you can have unlimited health and armor. you can find hidden items like those treasure bags but you can also attack people and get tones of money. there is humor also on the streets. sometimes you'll hear pedestrians say the funniest things. you'll even see a guy running from the police officer. the city is BIG and loaded with life, but you can only go to a handful of places. you can rent and buy places and have your favorites cars stored in a garage if you wanted to. But like i said, i havent finished the game but its fun to just ride around and act crazy. the game is very enjoyable. i cry laughing sometimes.
Good game, but I still prefer GTA3
Even though Vice City has been fun, and being an 80s girl I love the soundtrack, I still think it falls short of the GTA III experience. The graphics seem slightly faded, although that may be on purpose to convey age since it is set in the 80s. I prefer the crisp graphics on GTAIII. Even though Vice has more weapons, some of them are not as good. The rocket launcher (a must for shooting down helicopters) and the sniper rifle are not as good. The landscape is lined up haphazardly too. After having this game for several years, I still can't find my way around as well as I should. I never had a problem like that with GTAIII. All in all, a good game but it is no GTAIII. I have San Andres, but haven't played it yet. Hopefully it will be better than both.
A great game, action packed and lots of fun for just $4!!!
I bought this game to add to my collection of over 50 ps2 games I play on Tuesdays when i go to my grammas house w/ my 4 year old cousin... Definitely not a game for him, but entertaining and action packed enough for a 13 year old like myself. I love the storyline, it is very solid, and there are tons of things to do in this game, story, free roam, etc. Very vulgar though, killing cops and civilians, drugs, theft, hookers, cursing, etc. But thats why its rated "M" right? One of the est gta's compared to others, really started the revolution of this game series.
i loved this game every since it came out. good story. great characters. good music. all around good game. plus it has cheat codes.
Takes me back, an instant classic!
I remember playing this game when I was a teen and how much fun the story and the music was. Plus hearing Ray Liotta's voice was a super cool added touch. Playing it now as an adult all these years later and the feeling is still the same. Great game for GTA as well as old school game fans in general.
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