After being released from jail, Tommy Vercetti left Liberty City for Vice City--a city overrun by the mob. Now, Tommy is out to make the Vice City his home.

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Tommy Vercetti (voice)
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Ken Rosenberg (voice) (as Bill Fichtner)
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Sonny Forelli (voice)
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Steve Scott (voice)
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Ricardo Diaz (voice)
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Lance Vance (voice)
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Umberto Robina (voice)
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Phil Cassidy (voice)
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Mercedes Cortez (voice)
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'Kent' Paul (voice)
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Jezz Torrent (voice)
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Delores (voice) (as Deborah Harry)
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After being released from prison, Tommy Vercetti, a former mobster, is sent to the sunny and dangerous Vice City. When a deal within the city goes horribly wrong, Tommy embarks on a jorney across the city to reclaim what is rightfully his, no matter how many lives it takes.

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Welcome to Vice City. Welcome to the 80s.


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8 November 2002 (UK)  »

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Grand Theft Auto IV  »

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The character of Ken Rosenberg is based on David Kleinfeld, from Carlito's Way (1993). In addition to the physical similarities, both are cocaine addicts. Furthermore, Rosenberg's office looks just like Kleinfeld's. See more »

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William Fichtner is wrongly spelled as Willian Fichtner during the end credits. See more »

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Maurice Chavez: If you listen, one day you might be heard and when in doubt, use the smell test.
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Featured in Troldspejlet: Episode #28.16 (2002) See more »

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Video Killed The Radio Star
Written by Trevor Horn, Geoff Downes and Bruce Woolley
Performed by The Buggles
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Better than some movies
26 June 2004 | by (Southern California) – See all my reviews

GTA:VC is the best video game I've ever played. Its more like a movie and has some really interesting (and sometimes hilarious) characters. Ray Liotta is PERFECT as Tommy Vercetti, a guy who's so badass, you learn to like the guy. I think GTA III was very good, but Vice City, for me is a masterpiece. The radio stations, the weapons, the cars, the boats, the motorcycles, the graphics, the nostalgia, its awesome. I can't wait for San Andreas. At this point, I don't think Rockstar can go wrong. Some people prefer GTAIII, and people have their own opinions, but I've never gotten bored with Vice City. A


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