Rockstar celebrated the tenth anniversary of Grand Theft Auto: Vice City today with the launch of the official smartphone ports of the classic console title. You won't be hearing any fanfare from the Android camp unfortunately, as Android smartphone and tablet users have found their version was suffering from a XAPK file validation error which basically made it so they couldn't even download the title to their devices in the first place.
According to Rockstar, the issue arose because Grand Theft Auto: Vice City 10th Anniversary Edition's Google Play listing went live a little too early:
"We’re aware that some users have attempted to download Vice City: 10th Anniversary Edition from the Google Play Store and have experienced validation errors. Just to be clear: the game is not available for Android devices just yet, and if you’re seeing it listed on the Store then this is an error, and you shouldn’t attempt to download it. We’ll keep you up to date and let you know as soon as the game is live and available to purchase."
The listing has since been pulled from the Google Play store until the actual game data is ready for users to download. Looks like Apple fans in the meantime are getting the special treatment, as Grand Theft Auto: Vice City 10th Anniversary Edition is good and ready for iOS devices.