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Vice City was a revelation when it first released on the sixth generation of consoles, showcasing a powerhouse open-world design not seen since ... well, the last Grand Theft Auto. This time however, Rockstar gleefully draped you in the hot, neon excess of the 1980s, letting you loose on the dusky, cocaine-fueled streets of Miami.

It's a dream realized for anyone who loved films of the era and wanted to be Al Pacino in Scarface, but didn't hate themselves enough to play the game Scarface (it wouldn't exist for another four years anyway). Vice City excels at the period details, and the thrill of building your empire, dancing in vintage nightclubs, and enjoying probably the best soundtrack of any game ever is something you won't forget in a hurry.

It was also way ahead of the '80s nostalgia revival curve, the apex we're only now just clipping. It goes without saying that Vice City was the best-selling game of that year, a feat made all the more impressive when you consider that Rockstar released it only a year after Grand Theft Auto 3.

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