GTA: Vice City – NETFLIX 17+

Welcome to the '80s

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NETFLIX MEMBERSHIP REQUIRED.

Available exclusively for Netflix members.

Experience the genre-defining classic, updated for a new generation with across-the-board enhancements including brilliant new lighting and environmental upgrades, with high-resolution textures, increased draw distance, Grand Theft Auto V-style controls and targeting, and much more.

Welcome to the 1980s. From the decade of big hair and pastel suits comes the story of one man's rise to the top of the criminal pile. Grand Theft Auto returns with Tommy Vercetti's tale of betrayal and revenge in a neon-soaked tropical town full of excess and brimming with possibilities.

- Created by Rockstar Games.

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Version 1.72.42919648

We're always working to bring you the best Netflix Games experience. In this release, we've made some bug fixes and performance improvements.

Ratings and Reviews

3.8 out of 5
680 Ratings

680 Ratings

Txrminxted ,

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I see many people having problems with using the horn missions, it is very unresponsive and weird but you have to double tap the middle of your screen. I do have 1 complaint about the game is that the buttons on the screen are too small, I have average man hands so they are considerably big, I know you can adjust the controls and all but its a lot of work since the control changing is very inconsistent. I have completed all 3 games already so this problem doesn’t really matter anymore but still very annoying and I can see how they can be annoying to other people. Overall very great games to be on mobile, performance and graphics can be improved, they were probably just trying to test the waters for it. There were no problems for me.

Grandmaster Zeke5000 ,

GTA Trilogy Remastered Finally on Mobile!

So let me just start be thanking Rockstar Games for Bringing out the Remastered Versions on Mobile, even though considering that they still haven’t launched GTA 4, I thought that it would also take a eternity to see the remastered versions of the GTA Trilogy, however that wasn’t the case at all! In fact, I am very pleased to see that Rockstar games were able to release it so quickly on mobile. I do have a question however, if i already purchased the older mobile versions of the GTA Trilogy, why do I also need a active Netflix account to play them? Shouldn’t I be able to play them considering that I already purchased the older ones, or why didn’t you guys simply just re-charge us another $5.99 or $6.99 for each individual game? Because instead, now I have to commit to a monthly everyday subscription to Netflix in order to play the remastered versions. And my next question is this, where does Netflix come into play with Rockstar games, and how or why is there a collaboration between the 2 companies? Lastly, I did notice some lagging while playing the games, but I’m sure you guys are on top of that and are fixing all the bugs and stuff, so my only request is that you Please don’t stop updating these games seeing as they do tend to have some technical issues sometimes. Overall, very pleased with the Games.

Ps. Please Launch GTA 4 for Mobile soon! The Fans have Spoken!

Soul Stealer Jay ,

A good start, but not where it should be

Let’s ignore the fact that this is on mobile for a minute. I’ll cut the graphics some slack.

The game looks and feels FINE, at best. And FINE is okay, but given how bad things have been for the PC and Console versions, we can all accept that this is better. But there’s still issues here and some new problems too. For one, the controls are somehow *worse* than the anniversary versions on mobile, even though the schemes are almost identical. Usually they’re supposed to scale depending on the device you’re playing on, but I’m on an iPhone SE, yet the controls were puny and horribly placed. I would’ve actually liked an almost exact copy and paste of the original controls, because at least they kind of worked.

Another thing is the compatibility. If you have an iPhone SE (2020), don’t play this game. Avoid it. It’ll not only murder your battery, it’ll also kill your phones performance. Right after I closed the game, it took about 20 minutes for my phone to cool off and run like normal, which is way longer than normal. This game was not designed for the SE.

Lastly, while I do appreciate the bug fixes, the games still don’t feel right. And there’s still the problem of getting catapulted across the map for hitting a ped the wrong way (which wasn’t present in the original game/games since all three share the same physics). That shouldn’t be an issue still two years later. I see the smaller changes, but I don’t think it’s quite there yet.

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