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Last week we reported that Grand Theft Auto: Vice City had been pulled from Google Play due to validation errors that made the game totally unusable. The good news is that the game is now back up and seems to be working as it should.
Yesterday Grand Theft Auto: Vice City officially arrived on Android, albeit very briefly. Shortly after it arrived, the game was removed from Google Play due to validation errors with the game’s servers. The good news is that Rockstar is working hard to get it back out to Google Play by the end of next week at latest.
Hey guys, so how’s the new Grand Theft Auto: Vice City treating you? It’s not? Well, that’s probably because it’s been pulled from Google Play soon after the release following some validation errors that blocked fans from installing.
As part of its 10 year anniversary celebration, Rockstar Games, in cooperation with War Drum Studios, has finally released Grand Theft Auto: Vice City for Android. The game features high-resolution graphics, updated controls, and a number of interesting new features such as MoGa Wireless Game Controller compatibility and fully adjustable graphic settings.
It’s fairly likely that many reading this have at least heard of Grand Theft Auto: Vice City, and many of you have probably played it at least once as well. If you have fond memories of the game, you will soon have a chance to relive them as Grand Theft Auto: Vice City 10th Anniversary Edition is coming to Android devices on December 6.
Once upon a time, when the notion of mobile gaming sounded as bizarre as time traveling, all that kids (and some grown-ups) knew for fun was Windows and PS 2’s Grand Theft Auto: Vice City. Yes, it was violent, no, it wasn’t very educational, and yes, it was really dumb here and there. But it was fun, witty, cool and funny!