Grand Theft Auto: Vice City is Go on Mobile, and It's Glorious

I shouldn't have to tell any self—respecting gamer to go drop $4.99 on the tenth anniversary edition of Grand Theft Auto: Vice City on iOS or Android (once it's live). For those that lack self-respect, go drop $4.99 on the tenth anniversary edition of Grand Theft Auto: Vice City. It's better than ever.

Along with the HD graphics and portability, the mobile version of the best game in Rockstar's beloved crime simulator series adds a number of enhancements to make the game worthy of another play-through. It's got enhanced targeting, complete with a tap-to-shoot option that makes shooting people fun. It's got a fully-customizable HUD, allowing players to move and resize interface elements and controls as they please. It's got a chase camera you can adjust by pinching and zooming, and a free-look camera that lets players experience the sights of Vice City from a fresh angle.

The Android version has full controller support. The iOS version supports cloud saves and custom soundtracks, in case you have absolutely no taste at all and don't like the game's 80s soundtrack.

It's everything Vice City on the PlayStation 2 was, only better. I am drowning in happy right now.

Grand Theft Auto: Vice City is Go on Mobile, and It's Glorious

Grand Theft Auto: Vice City is Go on Mobile, and It's Glorious

Grand Theft Auto: Vice City is Go on Mobile, and It's Glorious

Grand Theft Auto: Vice City is Go on Mobile, and It's Glorious

Grand Theft Auto: Vice City is Go on Mobile, and It's Glorious

Grand Theft Auto: Vice City is Go on Mobile, and It's Glorious

Grand Theft Auto: Vice City is Go on Mobile, and It's Glorious

Grand Theft Auto: Vice City is Go on Mobile, and It's Glorious

Grand Theft Auto: Vice City is Go on Mobile, and It's Glorious

Grand Theft Auto: Vice City is Go on Mobile, and It's Glorious

Grand Theft Auto: Vice City is Go on Mobile, and It's Glorious

Grand Theft Auto: Vice City is Go on Mobile, and It's Glorious