A decade after its original launch as a console game, Grand Theft Auto: Vice City has now been made available on iOS.

Released on PlayStation 2 in October 2002, Grand Theft Auto: Vice City is the sixth original title in Rockstar Games’ popular Grand Theft Auto series. The game has subsequently been ported to the Xbox, Windows, and Mac.

And now, as announced in the past couple of months, Rockstar Games has come up with a mobile port of Grand Theft Auto: Vice City for iOS as well as for Android. This is, of course, in celebration of the game’s 10th anniversary.

Grand Theft Auto: Vice City for iOS carries all the good stuff from the original console version. But it does so with updated graphics, character models, and lighting effects.

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In addition, the newly released game features the following:

  • New, precisely tailored firing and targeting options
  • Custom controls with a fully customizable layout
  • iCloud save game support
  • Massive campaign with countless hours of gameplay
  • Support for Retina display devices

Furthermore, the game allows you to listen to your custom playlist. Just create a playlist titled “VICECITY” in iTunes, load it on your device, launch the game, and select the radio station “Tape Deck” to rock to your kind of mix while playing the game.

Compatible with iPhone 4/4S/5, iPod touch (4th and 5th generation), and all iPad models, Grand Theft Auto: Vice City is available now in the App Store for $4.99.