Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories

Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories is a 2006 action-adventure open world video game developed by Rockstar Leeds in association with Rockstar North in the United Kingdom. It was published by Rockstar Games for the PlayStation Portable in late 2006 and later for the PlayStation 2 in March 2007. The game is the eighth installment in the Grand Theft Auto series and the sixth and last Grand Theft Auto III era game. It is a prequel to Grand Theft Auto: Vice City and successor to the previous PSP release, Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories. Vice City is a representation of Miami, Florida. Vice City Stories is the last GTA game for the PlayStation 2 console and the second game for the PlayStation Portable.

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Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories - Reception
... Grand Theft Auto Vice City Stories Aggregate scores Aggregator Score GameRankings 85.10% Metacritic 86/100 Review scores Publication Score Eurogamer 8.0/10 G4 4/5 Game ... As of March 26, 2008, Vice City Stories has sold 4.5 million copies according to Take-Two Interactive ...

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