By the Way, 'Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas' is on PSN, 'Vice City' on Android

Rockstar announced today that Grand Theft Auto just became even more ubiquitous, with the launch of GTA: San Andreas on the PlayStation Network and GTA: Vice City on Android phones.

Vice City recently launched on iOS, and the Android version became available today for $4.99 on the Google Play store.

San Andreas, on the other hand, is $15 on PSN. It's also available for 1,200 Microsoft Points on Xbox Live Arcade. The video above is a 20-minute prologue to the game, called "The Introduction." From the press release:

The Introduction is told from various characters' viewpoints, which are intertwined together to reveal the network of organized crime forces operating throughout the state of San Andreas. Tension builds as threats are carried out, stakes are raised and communication breaks down. In Los Santos, a drive-by shooting in Grove Street Family's territory ignites a series of events to be further explored in the game.

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