Grand Theft Auto: Vice City's Final Mission Comes To Commodore 64

Posted July 30, 2012 - By Adam Rosenberg

To date, Grand Theft Auto: Vice City remains one of Rockstar Games' more perfect releases, and one of the best examples of GTA game design done right. Vice City does an outstanding job of balancing play with story, focus with variety. It's clunky to play by today's standards, especially now that we can all be floored by Rockstar's RAGE engine, but it nonetheless continues to stand as one of the greatest in video games.

Now we have this fan-made translation of Vice City's final mission as it might have played on a Commodore 64 (via Kotaku). It tweaks the narrative slightly -- the final showdown with [name redacted -- SPOILER] is no longer on the roof of Tommy' mansion -- but I don't think you'll enjoy it any less. Needless to say, don't watch the clip if you've never finished Vice City before.

Grand Theft Auto: Vice City's Final Mission Comes To Commodore 64


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