GTA: Vice City back in the Google Play Store after launch day mishap

Daniel Bader

December 12, 2012 3:55pm

Grand Theft Auto: Vice City for Android faced delays as its launch day was met with a few device verification errors on its way to Google’s Play Store.

Promising a release “by the end of [this] week,” Rockstar Games has made all the necessary fixes to the run-and-gunner and is now available for many modern Android devices for $4.99. We’ll be purchasing — and playing — the game in the coming days, so you can expect a full run-down of the proverbial hits and misses soon enough.

For now, head to Google Play to download GTA: Vice City for $4.95CDN.

Via: Droid-Life

  • bulletwithbatwings

    Modern Combat 4 is up as well.

  • Josh L.


  • Milpool

    $5 for a smaller screen version of this game, likely not to run well on my aging Nexus S? Pass. I got the PS2 version for 75 cents a few years after it came out, and I’ll stick with that. Not that I play it anymore. lol.

  • S2556

    I will buy this. but probably durring the android christmas sale

  • Brett

    Runs great on my Nexus 7!

  • roman

    Looks like Google Play started charging me sales tax 🙁

  • Truth

    All I have to say is the truth.

    You are an i***t and a fool for playing a GTA game on a phone. Touch gaming? PAAATHETIC.

    What a shame to the franchise, never will touch gaming be as satisfying as button gaming. Damn, such a shame.

    • S2556

      then buy a controller dick wad

  • iFizzle

    Guess I’ll mosey on over the TPR now…

  • Lyn Scott

    Why this game is only available for US and Canada? WTF..