Grand Theft Auto – Vice City Stories
|Genre||Action , Adventure , Role-Playing|
|Region||EU , JP , US|
|Released||31 October 2006|
In the PSP and PS2 versions of Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories, in addition to driving regular cars, the player can also fly helicopters, ride jet skis, and do other activities. When it’s essential, Victor is willing to get in the water and swim himself. Even if the music played on each station has been updated since Grand Theft Auto: Vice City was released, players can still listen to their favorite tunes while driving about the open city. As a direct consequence, V-Rock broadcasts exciting rock songs, Wildstyle Pirate Radio plays an abundance of rap music once more, and Radio Espantoso broadcasts a selection of sizzling Latino music.
The main character in Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories for the PlayStation Portable and PlayStation 2 can use firearms and other weapons. One might, for instance, find pistols, assault rifles, or rocket launchers among these. The player also uses various other equipment, the most important of which is a bulletproof vest ,and the set of firearms. It is essential to point out that the player is permitted to enter numerous buildings or that a massive fun fair in Ocean Beach may be visited, where one can take in the breathtaking scenery while riding a Ferris wheel. Both of these features are worth mentioning (after switching to the FPP mode). In addition to that, there are now some fascinating weather phenomena, including hurricanes. The ragdoll effect applied to the character models was the primary inspiration for the gameplay physics developed for the game.