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*It is advertised on billboards by [[FlyUS]].
 
*It is advertised on billboards by [[FlyUS]].
 
*[[Jerry Kapowitz]] found the [[Diamonds]] [[Niko Bellic]] and [[Patrick McReary]] were after, and plans to open a weapon and liquor store in [[Vice City]].
 
*[[Jerry Kapowitz]] found the [[Diamonds]] [[Niko Bellic]] and [[Patrick McReary]] were after, and plans to open a weapon and liquor store in [[Vice City]].
*Vice City has it's name engraved in the USA Cities Wall inside the [[Rotterdam Tower]] starting in [[The Ballad of Gay Tony]].
 
 
*[[Lazlow]] of [[Integrity 2.0]] also frequently refers to life in Vice City in the 1980s as he was a DJ on [[V-Rock]] during that time.
 
*[[Lazlow]] of [[Integrity 2.0]] also frequently refers to life in Vice City in the 1980s as he was a DJ on [[V-Rock]] during that time.
 
*In the mission [[Catch the Wave]] it is stated that the drugs at the boatyard were transported from Vice City.
 
*In the mission [[Catch the Wave]] it is stated that the drugs at the boatyard were transported from Vice City.

Revision as of 13:18, 9 February 2010

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A Rockstar poster teasing the next location of the new Grand Theft Auto game.

Vice City was one of the cities available in Grand Theft Auto 1 as well as being the main setting for Grand Theft Auto: Vice City and Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories. It is reference extensively throughout the GTA III Era as well as being mentioned in Grand Theft Auto IV. The city is is based on the real world location of Miami, Florida. The city may be a destination for the next Grand Theft Auto game.

References in GTA IV

References in The Ballad of Gay Tony

See also