Cruising along the strip at night.
The main character, Tommy, being introduced to his first contact, Ken Rosenberg.
Vice City is much more exotic than Liberty City. Palm trees line a majority of the streets.
Changing clothes so I can attend a rich party.
Motorcycles require new methods; they're harder to stop, harder to turn, and you can fall off easier.
This jump looked fine at the beginning. I don't want to think of the landing.
Introducing two main characters; the Colonel and Ricardo.
One new feature lets you enter most buildings, and walk around.
When you see this icon, it means you can buy the building, assuming you have the funds.
While not very helpful, the side view is cool.
Rain makes the city look cool, but it impacts your traction, and you will slide more.
I just bought an apartment. This gives me another place to save my game, and another garage.
Sounds easy enough.
Wow, that was easy. They're all dead!
There's just something appealing about driving a golf cart, with an uzi, while wearing plaid golf clothes.
What an explosion! That building (and it's residents) are no more.
Finally opened up the second area of Vice City.
One of the cooler missions involves you firing a stationary gun from a flying helicopter.
On motorcycles, you can pop wheelies or perform stoppies.
You can fly helicopters to get around the city more quickly. Just don't jump out in mid air.
One of the minigames lets you race in a stock car competition at the stadium.
Disguising myself as a Hatian in order to kill a gang leader.
Cruising along Vice City's waterways in a.... dinghy.
Protecting the boat on the way back home. Let's hope Lance knows how to steer it.
I'd certainly hate to be the guy lying down right now.
You see this mansion? It now belongs to me, and what a glorious mansion it is.
Just like on ground, there are various Unique Jumps for boats.
Oh what a perfect time this would be to have a grenade.
You help out Love Fist, you get to see a concert. A whole ten seconds' worth.
The last job of the porno studio. This is certainly a good publicity stunt, isn't it?
Oh Wow! An AMC Gremlin, sort of.
A 80s Jeep Woody Wagoneer!