Vice City Back in the Google Play Store, Android Gamers Rejoice

Last week Android gamers everywhere cried their eyes out as the much anticipated re-release of Grand Theft Auto: Vice City was pulled from the Google Play store. Much like its predecessor - Grand Theft Auto III - the Vice City launch, was plagued with issues (hopefully someone was reprimanded for that).

Apparently, the game was affected by egregious validation errors, which left some folks unable to play the game even after making their purchase. As it would turn out, the error was caused because of a server-side issue which prevented players from connecting to the game.

This news was certainly disheartening, as many of us were jonesin' for a chance to desecrate some pedestrians while decked out in killer 80's threads.

Luckily, the game is available again in the Google Play store and it's only $4.99. You'll have to own a compatible device in order to play on the neon drowned streets of Vice City. Sorry folks, such is the nature of the Android gaming world.

The full compatibility list includes the following devices:

If you do not own one of the following devices, then you'll have to wait a little while longer before you can pick up hookers and slaughter Vice City PD. Rockstar will be adding support for more devices over time.

  • Android Phones
    • Motorola Atrix
    • Motorola Atrix HD
    • Motorola Atrix 4G
    • Motorola Photon
    • HTC Rezound
    • HTC One X
    • HTC One X+
    • Samsung Galaxy Nexus
    • Samsung Galaxy Note
    • Samsung Galaxy Note 2
    • Samsung Galaxy R
    • Samsung Epic 4G
    • Samsung Galaxy S2
    • Samsung Galaxy S3
    • Google Nexus 4
    • Sony Ericsson Arc HD
    • Sony Xperia Nozomi
    • Sony Xperia Play
    • Sony Xperia Sola
    • Sony Xperia S/P/T & TL
    • Sony Walkman Z Series Media Player
  • Android Tablets
    • Acer Iconia
    • Asus Eee Pad Transformer Prime
    • Asus Transformer Pad TF300T
    • Asus Transformer Pad Infinity 700
    • Motorola Xoom
    • Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.0/ 7.7/ 8.9 & 10.1
    • Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1
    • Sony Tablet S
    • Sony Tablet P
    • Sony Xperia Tablet S
    • Toshiba Thrive
    • Toshiba Regza
    • Google Nexus 7
    • Google Nexus 10
    • Fujitsu Stylistic 10.1

If you're lucky enough to be included on the VIP list, head over to Google Play to get your copy of Vice City. Be sure to tell the rest of us how those updated graphics look in the comments below!

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