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Old 08-05-2005, 05:07 PM   #1
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Default Grand Theft Auto: Vice City

This PC version will possess enhanced features, including improved graphics and sound, additional PC controls, and several options for players to customize the game.

"We felt that we had to truly outdo ourselves when it came to developing Grand Theft Auto: Vice City and felt that we owed it to the fans to continue to keep enhancing and delivering the gameplay, cinematic graphics, production values, and audio experience that have become synonymous with the Grand Theft Auto franchise," said Sam Houser, president of Rockstar Games. "We are truly humbled by the response that the game has received so far and are extremely excited to showcase Grand Theft Auto: Vice City on the PC."

"The real beauty behind Grand Theft Auto is not only the freedom that it allows the players, but also the freedom that it has given us as developers," added Leslie Benzies, president of Rockstar North. "The open-ended, nonlinear world of Grand Theft Auto allows us to stretch the limits of our imaginations by giving us an open canvas to work with. This was especially the case when it came to creating Grand Theft Auto: Vice City. The '80s fashion styles, music, and sensibility fueled our creativity to the fullest. We are extremely excited for the PC world to experience the fruits of our labor when the enhanced version of the game is released this spring."



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Old 11-05-2005, 10:42 PM   #2
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Default Grand Theft Auto: Vice City (full mod)

Grand Theft Auto: Vice City (full mod)


Requirements: 128 MB RAM, 8X CD-ROM, 32 MB VRAM, 915 MB disk space, sound card, DirectX v9.0.

Grand Theft Auto: Vice City for the PC needs no introduction. Not only is this game in many ways better than its amazing predecessor Grand Theft Auto III, but it's also technically superior to the original version of Vice City that was released on the PlayStation 2 a number of months ago. Like GTAIII for the PC, Vice City is identical to the original PS2 version in terms of content, so if you've already played that version to death, you won't find the PC version to be much different. However, the PC version of Vice City does offer enhanced visuals and controls, improved loading times, and a few extra frills. More importantly, it offers the same refreshingly open-ended gaming experience, which has occasionally been reviled for its controversial subject matter, but has far more often elicited much-deserved praise. Simply put, if by some chance you've put off playing Vice City up till now, don't wait any longer.


To be clear, Vice City is an extension of Grand Theft Auto III, rather than a completely overhauled sequel. That's definitely a good thing, because GTAIII's freestyle gameplay was extremely entertaining and offered tremendous replay value, yet still had more potential. Vice City fulfills a lot of that potential, as it features improved production values (including over eight hours of licensed music and plenty of Hollywood voice actors), new types of drivable vehicles (motorcycles, helicopters, and golf carts), new weapons, better vehicle damage modeling, indoor environments, and more.

Yet the most obvious difference between GTAIII and Vice City is that in the new game, you're in a brand-new setting, a sprawling city styled after Miami, Florida, circa 1986. Laced with neon and featuring miles of beachfront property, Vice City simply looks a lot more pleasant than GTAIII's oppressive New York City-inspired Liberty City. Nevertheless, like Liberty City, Vice City is actually a den of corruption and evil. And it's your playground. You're free to roam Vice City on foot or in any manner of vehicle you can get your hands on, and you can undertake a wide variety of action-packed missions, explore the town, wreak havoc, or whatever. The game's convincing physics and terrific atmosphere make any of the huge variety of activities available in Vice City enjoyable in themselves, and even greater than the sum of their parts when you put them all together. You'd be hard-pressed to find a single-player action game with more variety than this one, and Vice City will more than likely surprise and impress you even if you've already played GTAIII to death.

Rather than put you in the role of a nameless, voiceless antihero like GTAIII, Vice City lets you assume the role of Tommy Vercetti, a tough guy who has just gotten out of the slammer. He gets himself back into trouble fast when a drug deal goes bad and he barely makes it out alive, so the basic plot of the game is to get the drug money back and take out the double-crossers. In so doing, you'll get to kill all your enemies, buy up the town's priciest hot spots, and eventually become Vice City's resident crime lord. Vercetti, who is expertly voiced by Ray Liotta, is a likable and memorable protagonist, and many of the other characters he'll meet, like a crooked lawyer and a South American crime boss with an explosive temper, are also well done.


Vice City pays closer attention to its characters, making the proceedings seem more cinematic and more story-driven than GTAIII, which was criticized in the mainstream media for letting people live out their sociopathic fantasies. Regardless, if you were surprised by GTAIII's unflinching portrayal of mature content, be advised that Vice City doesn't pull any punches either. And, like GTAIII, Vice City somehow brings to bear a truly inspired dark sense of humor amid all its violence and chaos. Smartly written dialogue, scathing social critique and caricatures, and a remarkably well-done depiction of '80s excess make Grand Theft Auto: Vice City far more than just a game about causing mayhem.

The story missions in Vice City are generally more complex and often more entertaining than those of GTAIII. They're multiple-stage affairs, often requiring you to take out various targets, make deliveries to key areas, drop someone off in exchange for something, and so on. They're fun, and they also do a great job of introducing you to Vice City's gameplay and new features. You usually have multiple missions to choose from at any given moment, and, true to the game's open-ended nature, many of the missions play out quite differently if you attempt them multiple times. Like in GTAIII, you can also steal squad cars, ambulances, fire trucks, and now even pizza-delivery mopeds and take on various peripheral missions in them, all of which make for fun diversions. The game's save system, which requires you to constantly return to a specific save point, is identical to that of GTAIII, so it might slightly frustrate those accustomed to being able to save anywhere and at any time. But since the missions aren't that long, being able to save your progress only in between missions simply helps maintain the game's pacing, forcing you to accomplish each of your objectives in one, dramatic take.

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Old 04-11-2005, 02:49 PM   #3
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Bạn có thể upload từng file nhỏ được không? Như thế này đợi lâu quá
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Old 28-01-2006, 02:00 AM   #4
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Cool GTA - Vice City in Long Night



GTA: Long Night is a Total Conversion for Vice City that will make the game feel alot like Resident Evil. The streets are littered with zombies and the city lies in ruins. Quite a nice idea, probably not the traditional GTA feel but certainly an intresting mod. Try it out. It features an entirely new storyline,20 original full missions ,Over half a dozen playable characters, New Radio Stations, New Particle Effects, Numerous weapon tweaks (including the ability to carry all heavy weapons simultaneously), New Gameplay elements (Zombies, plotlines, ) and a new and improved zombie spawning system.

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http://vicecity.bonusweb.cz/long_nig...long_night.zip
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Old 01-02-2006, 10:11 AM   #5
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bạn ơi, up lại giúp ḿnh tṛ chơi này đc ko? ḿnh thích chơi lắm, làm ơn nha. Cám ơn bạn trước
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Old 01-02-2006, 10:15 AM   #6
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down đc rồi bạn ơi, cám ơn nh́u nghen
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Old 02-02-2006, 06:01 AM   #7
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Old 02-02-2006, 02:48 PM   #8
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For Fix ( sorry )
http://www.gtajunkies.com/files/Long_Night_Fix.zip

Nếu vân hông được th́ vào đây :
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Old 04-02-2006, 07:53 PM   #9
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cái này chỉ là bản patch thôi chứ đâu phải full game phải ko bạn, nên down về cũng ko thể chơi đc, hix hix, bạn có full game ko cho ḿnh với
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Old 05-02-2006, 01:23 PM   #10
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Trời ... hay quá ... cảm ơn nhiều nghe !
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