Validation issues force Rockstar to pull Grand Theft Auto: Vice City from Play Store

Rockstar Games announced it would bring the 10th anniversary edition of Grand Theft Auto: Vice City to the Play Store on December 6th, and they did. Unfortunately due to some weird errors, they’ve had to pull it right after getting it up. There appears to be some validation issues with the application, and Rockstar is aware of them:

We’re aware that some users have attempted to download Vice City: 10th Anniversary Edition from the Google Play Store and have experienced validation errors.

Just to be clear: the game is not available for Android devices just yet, and if you’re seeing it listed on the Store then this is an error, and you shouldn’t attempt to download it. We’ll keep you up to date and let you know as soon as the game is live and available to purchase.

Not good news, but hopefully the issue gets resolved sooner rather than later.

source: Computer and Video Games

Rockstar Games releases Anniversary Trailer to celebrate the mobile release of Grand Theft Auto: Vice City

Rockstar Games already announced that Grand Theft Auto: Vice City will be coming to select Android devices on December 6, but to wet your appetite a little, they released an anniversary trailer celebrating 10 years since the original game was launched. This video is for those of you that are 17 or older, so if you are, then hit the break and let us know if you’re excited to play this one on your mobile device.


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Grand Theft Auto: Vice City hits Google Play on December 6th for its 10th anniversary

 

Today Rockstar Games announced Grand Theft Auto: Vice City 10th Anniversary Edition will be coming to iOS and Android on December 6th, priced at $4.99. This is almost exactly a year after they released Grand Theft Auto III on the Play Store. The Anniversary Edition will keep all of the gameplay elements of the original, including native high-res graphics, but also adds a few things unique to the mobile version, such as updated character models and lighting and an improved aiming and targeting system.

Like last time around, Rockstar released a list of phones that will be capable of running GTA, as it’s definitely a bit more demanding that Angry Birds. The Nexus 4s and Note 2s will be fine, but be sure to hit the break below to find out if you’ll be able to get your hands on this game in December.
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