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Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories - PlayStation 2

Platform : PlayStation2
Rated: Mature
1,557 customer reviews
Metascore: 75 / 100

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  • Players can steal and drive a variety of vehicles, including automobiles, boats, airplanes, helicopters, and motorcycles
  • Open, non-linear environment with multiple storylines and missions - from drive-by shootings to armed robberies
  • Avoid attracting attention - The more chaos you cause, the stronger the response -- first SWAT teams, then Feds and finally the military
  • Classic and all-new side missions, like Beach Patrol
  • Pay off hospital staff to keep weapons you'd normally lose
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In Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories brings the GTA action back to Vice City. It's the mid-1980s, just two years before the events in GTA: Vice City. Follow the Vance brothers, Lance and Victor, as they pull themselves out of poverty and try to run the streets. Victor is a 28-year-old US Army soldier who's been kicked out of the service; Lance is a drug addicted wreck. Help them fight for money, power and respect on the hard streets of Vice City. Buy property and set up one of six business at the site - Protection rackets, loan sharking, prostitution, drugs, smuggling and robbery Wild new multiplayer options - Vice City Survivor, the single and multiplayer deathmatch mode; Street racing in new Street Rage; run a Protection Racket; and a crazy new one called Tanks For The Memories Great new radio station playing licensed hits from the 1980s

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Platform: PlayStation2
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  • ASIN: B000NGWFX6
  • Product Dimensions: 7.5 x 5.5 x 0.5 inches ; 1.6 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: March 6, 2007
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1,557 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #6,337 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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645 of 679 people found the following review helpful By Pat O'Donnell on September 12, 2002
Platform for Display: PlayStation 2
There are many enhancements over GTA3. Here is what is confirmed so far:
9 hours of music (GTA3 was 3.5 hours) - The music is licensed,
90 songs. 10 radio stations, including authentic period slang for the DJ's and Callers
very small examples of confirmed tracks include:
"You've got another thing coming" by Judas Priest
"The Message" by Grandmaster Flash and the Furious Five
"Self Control" by Laura Branigan
"Summer Madness" by Kool and the Gang
"I Ran" by Flock of Seagulls
"Out of Touch" by Hall and Oates
"I just died in your arms" by Cutting Crew
Main character speaks,
by voice of Ray Liotta (from the legendary movie goodfellas)
Over 8000 voice overs (2000 for GTA3)
Double the size (city size wise) then GTA3's city
Also, there will be Interior action Multi Tiered enviorments (Casino, Discos, Hotels)
-AI is dramaticlly improved
-a new routing system for pedestrians including a ton of more variety and actions.
-Gangs are now inteligent, and now steal cars and get into chases with police among other new actions.
-New Renderware Engine with modifactions, Texture Streaming, Framerate IMPROVED. Special lighting work
-New auto-targeting system
40 weapons, (GTA3 had 15)
Use of cover from objects in rooms and on street.. also pedestrians
Camera is locked behind the user when in targeting mode. New targeting system to make finding and shooting enemies even easier. It will highlight targets based on "priority and not on proximity". The new system also includes a new crosshair system that shows you both the exact target and the bullet spray radius.
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71 of 76 people found the following review helpful By Jason N. Mical on November 18, 2002
Platform for Display: PlayStation 2
Right before writing this review, I read a news story about a teenager who attempted to steal more than 100 cars and said he got the idea from "Grand Theft Auto: Vice City." And I couldn't help but think, "Here we go again."
Last year, Rockstar released their groundbreaking "Grand Theft Auto 3," a far more realistic sequel to their cartoony, cult GTA series. Defying convention (and the ratings system), GTA3 became one of the best-selling video games ever, introducing gamers to levels of atrocity and violence usually reserved for war crimes tribunals. Vice City is the update to that game, and while GTA3 was a genre-buster, Vice City perfects the formula, retaining all the good aspects of the old game while tweaking most of the problems and adding enough new things to keep gamers coming back for more.
Set in a Miami-like tropical town in the 1980s, Vice City captures the feel of Hawaiian shirts, fast cars, and faster women. The player is Tommy Vercetti, a gangster down from Liberty City who just got out of jail and came to Vice City to set up operations for his organized crime syndicate. His first deal goes bad, and he's left with the clothes on his back and the ambition to get the people who wronged him - and whatever guns, cars, swords, explosives, and people he can use along the way.
This game has much more of a "plot" than GTA3, but still manages to retain the open-ended feel of the first two in the series, as there are always two or three missions for the player to choose from. Rockstar also fixed some of the physics problems with cars, meaning the player can take corners faster and not have to worry about rolling over ten times.
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32 of 32 people found the following review helpful By James Houser on March 26, 2003
Platform for Display: PlayStation 2
Grand Theft Auto Vice City is a terrific and brilliantly designed video game. It is very similar to Grand Theft Auto 3, only bigger, better, and longer. It takes some of the flaws that were found in GTA3 and vastly improves on them. There are many more new things that are in the game, as well as many of the old features. Now, I will describe the game and game-play to you.
First of all, there are many new features that weren't found in the game's predecessor. Here is a list of some of the new additions. (If you haven't purchased the game yet and want to be suprised with it, I don't reccomend reading this part.)
1.The city is larger and more detailed.
2.You now have the ability to have access to interior locations, including a mall, strip club, dance club, and more.
3.There are over 100 vehicles. This includes motorcycles, helicopters, and boats.
4.Now, there is about 35 weapons total.
5.Audio wise, there is over 9 hours of music from such artists as Michael Jackson, Ozzy Ozbourne, Grandmaster Flash, A Flock of Seagulls, and much more, including the famous Crockett's Theme from the television show Miami Vice.
6.There is much more character dialogue and pedestrian sayings. This time around, your character actually talks.
7.A more diverse cast of charaters. This includes voices done by Ray Liota, Tom Sizemore, Burt Reynolds, Jenna Jameson, Danny Trejo, and more.
8.You can now shoot out vehicle tires and people driving the vehicle.
9.You have the option to bail out of a moving automobile, even the choppers.
10.You can inflict damage on a vehicle by using a melee weapon.(Ex. baseball bat.)
11.You can now purchase property that eventully earns money for you.
12.The graphics and textures are more nice from GTA3's.
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