The enhancements don't end there. By taking advantage of the power in most gaming PC's, GTA: Vice City is capable of drawing a larger area of the city's outsides. This means that while traveling 'cautiously' through the streets of Vice City, you can see artifacts in the cities' distance for much greater distances than possible in the PS2 version.
More icing on the cake waits when you hear GTA: Vice City's amazing audio and sounds. Featuring a soundtrack that is made up of various styled radio stations, each with its own format, the game makes use of numerous tunes from the 1980's. These radio stations are led by a few well-versed DJ's that bleed seamlessly into the atmosphere of the game. Just driving down the road, players could wander for days listening to the tunes or, if they wanted, they can import their own mp3s into the game and jam out with individual style. This individuality is also accessible with your characters' clothing. Players can custom skin the character as needed, although quite a bit of costumes come to play during the game itself.
Voice acting is made possible by some fairly popular names in the business of crime drama actors. Ray Liotta, Dennis Hopper, Burt Reynolds and more make contributions to the vocal flavors in Vice City.