GTA Vice City Highly Compressed
GTA Vice City despite what it looks like is a very good game. This is what I and many like me always dreamed of a game where you can do mob-like damage seal cars and run from the cops it doesn’t get any sweeter than this. The best thing about this game is the fact that you can shoot people, blow up buildings, and carry out jobs for your mob bosses. It really doesn’t have a story, you just do all the mob’s dirty work, and sometimes they send you out for fun.
GTA Vice City graphics were pretty bad. The Character size was really small, and the graphics were 2D. Not saying that I didn’t like 2D graphics but they could have been better than this. The cars did fiction cars did resemble their real-life counterparts, and you could tell what they were. The most building looked the same and you had to use some like the police station or a hospital as a landmark.
GTA Vice City Gameplay
This game is for one player only. You get 4 different guys to choose from; I usually take the default guy since there is no difference in which you chose. You start your mission in ‘Gangsta Bang’ this is probably the easiest place in the game but it’s not too much fun when you play it for a while.
Your main objective throughout this game is to answer phones; this will lead you to a job. There is a small arrow on the screen, which shows you in the direction where you have to go. This arrow is a lot of help and can save you a lot in this game.
Even though at first before you learn the controls, you will think it’s all about stealing a nice car and running people over it is not. The best way to play is to steal a fast car and just follow orders. Usually, every job except for small jobs where you have to pick someone up usually ends in bloodshed or the cops after you so you want to save all your skills for when you have to get away.
There is a little meter on top of the screen, which has police heads. One Police after you is probably nothing, and you won’t have to worry, commit mass murder or too much recklessness and you’ll have four.
This is something you should try to avoid at all costs considering the fact that you’ll have more after you when you’re trying to complete a mission. The difficulty of this game is hard, and there is a memory card save which takes one block.
GTA Vice City Screenshot
Grand Theft Auto Vice City System Requirements
|Language||English, French, Spanish|
|OS||Windows XP 8/7/10|
|Processor||Intel Pentium 4 @ 2.8 GHz / AMD Athlon 64 3000+|
|Video Memory||512 MB|
|Video Card||NVidia GeForce 6800 / ATI Radeon X1600|
|Sound Card||DirectX Compatible|