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Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Open World Video Game Developed By Rockstar North And Published By Rockstar Games. It Was Released On 27 October 2002 For The Playstation 2, On 12 May 2003 For Microsoft Windows, And On 31 October 2003 For The Xbox. It Is The Sixth Title In The Grand Theft Auto Series And The First Main Entry Since 2001’S Grand Theft Auto Iii.

The Game Is Played From A Third-Person Perspective, And Its World Is Navigated On Foot Or By Vehicle. The Open World Design Lets The Player Freely Roam Vice City, Consisting Of Two Main Islands. The Game’S Plot Is Based On Multiple Real-World People And Events In Miami Such As Cuban, Haitian, And Biker Gangs.

The Game Was Also Influenced By The Film And Television Of The Era, Including Scarface And Miami Vice. Much Of The Development Work Constituted Creating The Game World To Fit The Inspiration And Time Period; The Development Team Conducted Extensive Field Research In Miami While Creating The World.

Upon Release, The Game Received Critical Acclaim, With Praise Particularly Directed At Its Music, Gameplay And Open World Design. However, The Game Also Generated Controversy, With Criticism Directed At The Depiction Of Violence And Racial Groups. The Game Sparked Lawsuits And Protests While Being Labelled As Violent And Explicit.

Considered One Of The Most Significant Titles Of The Sixth Generation Of Video Games, It Won Numerous Year-End Accolades Including Game Of The Year Awards From Severalgaming Publications. Since Its Release, The Game Has Received Numerous Ports To Many Gaming Platforms. Its Successor,Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, Was Released In October 2004, And A Prequel, Vice City Stories, Was Released In 2006.

Grand Theft Auto Vice City v1.0 [MAC] (Size: 2.19 GB)

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Recommended Requirements

• INTEL CPU – Pentium III 1133MHz

• AMD CPU – Athlon XP 1900+

• NVIDIA GPU – GeForce 2 MX 64MB

• AMD GPU – Radeon 9200 Series

• VRAM – 64 mB

• RAM – 128 MB

• OS – Win Xp 32

• Direct X – 9

• HDD Space – 3 GB