Good news for iDevice-owning fans of Grand Theft Auto: Vice City, as it’s just touched down on the App Store, celebrating 10 years since its original release.
Not so good news for Android peeps, as Grand Theft Auto: Vice City was quickly pulled from Google Play.
If you have an iPhone and/or iPad, you can download Grand Theft Auto: Vice City from the App Store right now. The universal app costs £2.99.
As for the Android version, Rockstar warns that a Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Google Play link might be visible, but not to download it.
A post on Rockstar’s Newswire blog explains: “Due to unforeseen technical issues, the Android release of Vice City will be slightly delayed. Our goal is to get this out for Android by the end of next week. Our apologies for the delay to all our fans on Android devices and please stay tuned for updates.”
In the meantime (sorry, dudes), iPhone and iPad users will be available to enjoy talking protagonist Tommy Vercetti, as he screams around Vice City’s neon landscape on motorbikes and that. Great stuff.
We’ll have our Grand Theft Auto: Vice City review for you some time next week.