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Submitted by PNeafsey 709d ago | review

Grand Theft Auto: Vice City (iOS) | FTG Review

FTG Writes: Ten years is a long time. In ten years, we’ve seen technology go from basic flip-phones to what is essentially a handheld computer. We’ve seen the rise and fall of many celebrities and studios. We’ve also aged ten years, but that’s besides the point. Grand Theft Auto: Vice City is ten years old, and to celebrate this, Rockstar has ported the beloved title to the iOS. When it came out in 2002, Grand Theft Auto: Vice City was one of the most critically praised games of all time; its expansive world, great characters, fantastic soundtrack, and all sorts of ways to cause carnage made it a game you’d never forget. Thing is, it’s been ten years since then. A plethora of titles in the sandbox genre have paved new standards for the industry, meaning this is a tough game to critique. Of course, it’s also important to note that Rockstar built their games to stand the test of time. Grand Theft Auto: Vice City is no exception. (Grand Theft Auto: Vice City, iPad, iPhone, Mobile) 10/10

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