Long ago, Grand Theft Auto introduced the gaming community worldwide to the world of crime and changed the industry forever. The Grand Theft Auto: Vice City for iPhone and iPad released recently gives a chance to the gamers to relive the age-old classic.
The game’s protagonist, Tommy Vercetti, makes a comeback with a voice similar to that of Ray Liotta. While the graphics of the game are good, one may be left wanting for more as mobile graphics have become a lot crisper and clearer than those of this game.
Grand Theft Auto has embraced the touch screen to the core by ditching controller. All you need to do is to touch and tap to make all the moves. The virtual joystick and buttons let you control the movements, run, attack, jump, and to enter or alight from a vehicle. You can control the size and location of the buttons in the settings section quite easily.
Grand Theft Auto: Vice City lets you to have plenty of fun in a myriad number of ways. You can commit all sorts of crime and still get off the hook by bribing the police officers on duty. Destruction of public property, running over pedestrians and even killing officers might not be a big deal in the game in case you know how to handle the situation!
The GTA has its own set of glitches as well that can set you back at times. Certain audio-visual blips can distract you at times, resulting in a loss of life or time. For instance, a police officer would come out of nowhere and arrest you. Such moments will suck out some amount of fun from this splendid game otherwise.
Overall, the Grand Theft Auto: Vice City is a full entertainment package. Available for only $5 at Apple iTunes Store and Google Play, the game lets you have an incredible time wreaking havoc both on the road and off it.