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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
Top customer reviews
This game rocks.
I graduated from high school in 1986, and this game pays a great homage to that time period. Driving insanely fast in a Lambourghini, doing drive-bys, all while listening to Judas Priest delivers an adrenaline rush like no other game. It's kitschy in the best way.
The graphics are okay. I wish there were a bit more interactivity with the environment. I wish you didn't immediately drown whenever you end up in the water. I wish the fighting controls were more responsive (and less frustrating). But the city is huge, there are tons of things to do, and lots of places to explore. The driving controls are pretty great, too. Big lumbering vehicle sure feel large and lumbering.
Plus, I wish I were better at it, because I'm anxious to unlock the second half of the city and do all the other exciting stuff I've been only reading about (fly copters, planes, boats, etc.)
I've already lost way too much sleep playing this game. I like it more than SOCOM.
I also wish there were a 1980's-style video arcade hidden in the city, where I could play old coin-ops.