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Submitted by HardcoreDroid 771d ago | review

Grand Theft Auto: Vice City 10th Anniversary Edition Android Review | Hardcore Droid

An Anniversary Worth Celebrating

Traditionally, the mobile space has been thought of as a separate style of gaming, one geared toward casual time-wasters rather than deep experiences and rich worlds. In the last few years, we’ve seen that change, and this site was founded in part to celebrate that maturation. The Grand Theft Auto series coming to mobile platforms seems especially relevant. The series helped to bring the open-ended sandbox gameplay associated with European PC games to masses of American console gamers for the first time, and now – even 10 years later – it shows that mobile gaming is growing up. No longer are small, linear games the order of the day, and gamers are entrusted with the keys to an entire open world. (Android, Grand Theft Auto: Vice City, iPad, iPhone, Tag Invalid) 3.5/5

HardcoreDroid  +   771d ago
Fixed per report.
HardcoreDroid  +   771d ago
Went to edit, removed tags. They show up above still on my browser.

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