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Rockstar games said its coming sometime this fall

To celebrate the 10th anniversary of "Grand Theft Auto: Vice City," Rockstar Games is releasing a mobile version of the game later this fall.

According to Rockstar Games, a mobile version of "Grand Theft Auto: Vice City" will soon launch for iOS and Android devices, but the game maker didn't give an exact release date.

"'Grand Theft Auto:Vice City' gave players the freedom of a massive open-world in one of the most iconic and vibrant settings ever realized in a game," said Sam Houser, Founder of Rockstar Games. "It was a defining moment in the series and we're delighted to be celebrating its 10th anniversary this year with a stunning, updated version for phones and tablets."

The "Grand Theft Auto" series first launced in 1997, and its latest release was "Grand Theft Auto III" for iOS and Android in December 2011.

Back in April, Rockstar Games also released "Max Payne Mobile" for iOS and some Android devices.

Source: Rockstar Games

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RE: Same Old Story
By retrospooty on 10/29/2012 8:29:19 AM , Rating: 2
Sorry, the term "Apple defender" would be more correct.

Also sorry to lump you in with the nut-truck bunch, but when you are all over every Apple defending them like you are on a mission, its an easy mistake to keep making. You are certainly the most logical and least angry of the bunch.

RE: Same Old Story
By TakinYourPoints on 10/29/2012 5:56:34 PM , Rating: 2
Nah, its just the blanket dismissals that I disagree with, especially when the product and ecosystems are as good as they are.

And if anyone is questioning my objectivity, I don't care for the iPad Mini, nor do I care for the 13" Retina Macbook Pro. At that price it just makes more sense to get a 13" MBA or a 15" rMBP. The high and low end of Apple's laptop selection are excellent, its that whole "middle" area, especially with the Fatbooks and their obsolete optical drives, that I really don't get.

Yup, sounds like something an Apple zealot would say! :)

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