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.
Welcome to Vice City. Welcome to the 80s.
Did You Know?
The game emulates the movie Scarface
(1983): a low life thug leaves a place he doesn't want to be (Prison/Cuba) and moves to Miami (or in VC's case, Vice City), gets caught up in a riot, wears flowery shirts, and begins to take over the city, with a chaotic ending battle. The apartment where Tony's friend was killed is featured, along with the area known as Little Havana that was featured at the beginning of the film, and two nightclubs (The Malibu, Pole Position Club) are clones of two nightclubs in the film (The Babylon, and the Little Havana Club). See more
This goof was discovered in the XBOX version of the game: In one of the early Ken Rosenberg missions, the cinema scene shows Tommy enter Rosenberg's office with Rosenberg fast asleep on the couch. Tommy then slams the door, scaring Rosenberg awake and apparently causing Rosenberg to defecate himself. However, the sound of the door slam and most of the dialogue that follows is at least one second behind the corresponding visual. See more
Anyway, I wanted to tell you, me and Papi, to us, you Cuban. You have proved yourself, man. You got big cojones.
Well thank you, Umberto. Nobody's said that to me since I left jail.
Run To You
Performed by Bryan Adams
Written by Bryan Adams
(as B. Adams), Jim Vallance
(as J. Vallance)
Courtesy of A&M Records
By Arrangement with Universal Music Enterprises
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