Having just made it back onto the streets of Liberty City after a long stretch inside, Tommy Vercetti is sent to Vice City by his old boss, Sonny Forelli. But all does not go smoothly upon his arrival in the glamorous, hedonistic metropolis of Vice City. Tommy is set up and loses everything. Sonny wants his money back, but the biker gangs, Cuban gangsters, and corrupt politicians stand in the way. Most of Vice City seems to want Tommy dead. His only answer is to fight back and take over the city himself.
It's been ten years since Grand Theft Auto: Vice City came out for the PlayStation 2. Think about that. Ten years ago, Rockstar Games redefined open-world action/adventure – again – but this time with an 80's theme that was undeniably loyal. Hell, Philip Michael Thomas from Miami Vice was in the game. The experience doesn't go any deeper than that. Now that same game has been crammed down into a mobile experience, as Grand Theft Auto: Vice City is now available for iPad, iPhone and other devices for a meager five bucks. Unless you're one of those people that just doesn't like to have fun in video games, you have no reason to pass over this. The game revolves around Tommy Vercetti, lovingly voiced by Ray... Read Review