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 Vice City his home.

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Tommy Vercetti (voice)
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Ken Rosenberg (voice) (as Willian Fichtner)
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Sonny Forelli (voice)
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Steve Scott (voice)
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Ricardo Diaz (voice) (as Luis Guzman)
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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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Mitch Baker (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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Taxi Controller (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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On one of the talk-show stations in the game (VCPR), Jeremy Robard, a "motivational speaker" names a few of his treatment tapes. All of the titles, when abbreviated, are names of drugs. "Motivate, Demonstrate, then Motivate Again" becomes MDMA (Ectasy), "Think, Hold that thought, Complete" becomes THC, and "Learn, Start, Do" becomes LSD. See more »

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During one of The Malibu asset missions, Ken tells Tommy he got the chalkboard he had asked for. If you go to the upstairs office of the Malibu, you will see a map of the bank drawn on it. This means that Tommy wanted to use it for instructions on robbing that bank. However, if you go to the office in the beginning or at any time before Tommy actually buys the club, you can still see it there. See more »

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Maurice Chavez: LEAVE. LEAVE RIGHT NOW. Get out of my studio. Go get your own radio show. Go save some other people.
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Referenced in Manhunt (2003) See more »

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Behind The Groove
Performed by Teena Marie
Written by Teena Marie (as Mary C. Brockert), Dick Rudolph (as Richard Rudolph)
Available on Fever 105
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Easily the best video game ever.
23 July 2004 | by (Omaha) – See all my reviews

I'm thirty-five and recently married. I hadn't played a video game since the late eighties--in fact, I hadn't even given them a second thought. Then everything changed. I watched my brother-in-law play GTA:VC one afternoon on his PS2. I was transfixed. I was appalled. I was, in a word, hooked. When it came out on XBOX, I bought a used copy at Blockbuster and haven't looked back.

First of all, the gameplay is phenomenal. The fact that you can freely roam the large Vice City map is worth the price of admission by itself.

Second, the voice acting is amazing--especially the commercials. Ray Liotta. Gary Busey. Burt Reynolds. Phillip Michael Thomas. Lee Majors. Robert Davi. Dennis Hopper. Luis Guzman. Fairuza Balk. Jenna Jameson. Danny Trejo. These are just a few of the names that make appearances. The radio material is so well produced, I can drive around all day listening to nothing but VCPR or KCHAT. The radio commercials are witty, sarcastic and spot-on.

Third, the story is great. You start as a nobody, recently released from jail. You finish (if you really ever do finish) as a Tony Montana-esque criminal psychopath.

Fourth--this is probably the most immoral game ever created... and it's beautiful. It's sick, sick, sick! Apart from the usual "waste him" missions, tasks include delivering drugs from an ice-cream van and driving a humvee drunk while avoiding the cops. I mean, one mission has you carving up a guy with a chainsaw! In addition, there are dozens of "rampage" icons throughout the game. When you run into one, you have two minutes to kill a certain amount of people a certain way (e.g. "kill 20 gang members in two minutes with a meat cleaver") It's never boring.

Conclusion: GTA:VC is the sickest, funniest, most engrossing and immersive video game ever made. It looks and plays better on the XBOX, but it's a blast on any platform. Rockstar's next GTA release, San Andreas, has immense shoes to fill.


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