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Considering that the original game was so good, we were always left wanting more. So here it is, a standalone game set in a relatively similar Vice City, with a whole new host of characters, stories, and missions to enjoy. It's a fresh experience in the same place, where nothing has inherently changed bar a few differences in locations.
This time around, you'll play as Vic Vance - a soldier based in Vice City needing to make some extra bucks to help his sick brother. Naturally, you'll turn to the criminal underworld to make ends meet, doing tasks for mob bosses, gang lords, and other peculiar characters in the neon-lit city. Gameplay is indeed similar to its host game.
The striking differences, though, are the focuses of building an empire in Vice City. Players will have to work to own, operate, and defend businesses from enemies, in contrast to the standard mission progression of the original games. It all becomes pretty immersive, and keeping tabs on your properties becomes pretty addictive. The game takes the opportunity to improve some of the standard gameplay, too.
NPCs have better AI, environments look more refreshed, and some of the animations look less stiff. It's surprising how much effort has been put into a game that easily could have been half-baked and sold well. But I guess that's just not the way Rockstar rolls.
The storyline is well fleshed out, the objectives are engaging, and the character development is excellent. It's quite the prize of a game - compared to spin-off success like Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon.
It's a rare occasion where it's absolutely worth the price of a new game to return to the same map. There's bountiful content that would keep anyone occupied for hours, entertaining at every angle.