New Game: GTA Vice City Up for Download… Withdrawn From Play Store Because of Problems

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  • 07 Dec 2012
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  • The long awaited GTA Vice City for Android has arrived… with vices attached to it. After being available in the Play Store for hours, the game got a ton of negative reviews and one star ratings from Play Store users, complaining that they are getting the “validation error”. Vice City: 10th Anniversary Edition is supposed to not actually be available in the Play Store right now, according to Rockstar.

    The listing in the store is supposed to be an error and users are recommended not to download it. Rockstar is also claiming that “unforeseen technical issues” lead to further delay of the game and now the deadline for the new launch has been moved to “by the end of the next week”. Apologies followed and if you ask me this is a huge image blow for Rockstar Games. They worked with War Drum Studios, the maker of Auralux on this mobile port and we’re not surprised to hear that, since the same studio handled GTA III and Max Payne’s move to mobile.

    Vice City costs $4.99 on Android and requires 1.5 GB of free space. The action is set in the 1980s Vice City, that’s heavily based on Miami, Florida. You probably know what every GTA game is about: rising to the top, from the lowlife criminal status to the level of kingpin, with all the betrayal, hookers and guns associated with that status. Graphics look hot as shown in the trailer below and hopefully they’ll solve all problems fast enough.

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