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'''Rockster Video Games''' is a store in [[Grand Theft Auto: Vice City]], located in [[Ocean Beach]], [[Vice City in GTA III Era|Vice City]], just north of [[The Pole Position Club]]. The store is an obvious reference to the company [[Rockstar Games]]. The window of the store has character artworks of [[8-Ball]], [[El Burro (GTA III)|El Burro]], [[Kenji Kasen]], and [[Maria Latore]] and the door has a Rockstar logo.
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'''Rockster Video Games''' is a store in [[Grand Theft Auto: Vice City]], located in [[Ocean Beach]], [[Vice City in GTA III Era|Vice City]], just north of [[The Pole Position Club]].
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The window of the store has character artworks of [[8-Ball]], [[El Burro (GTA III)|El Burro]], [[Kenji Kasen]], and [[Maria Latore]] and the door has a Rockstar Games logo.
   
 
The name 'Rockster' is written in the [[Pricedown]] font, which is the font used for the logo on every Grand Theft Auto game since [[Grand Theft Auto III]].
 
The name 'Rockster' is written in the [[Pricedown]] font, which is the font used for the logo on every Grand Theft Auto game since [[Grand Theft Auto III]].
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The name of the store is also a clear reference to the [[Rockstar Games]] company, which developed and published the [[Grand Theft Auto]] series.
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Revision as of 12:33, October 27, 2011

RocksterVideoGames-GTAVC-exterior

Rockster Video Games is a store in Grand Theft Auto: Vice City, located in Ocean Beach, Vice City, just north of The Pole Position Club.

The window of the store has character artworks of 8-Ball, El Burro, Kenji Kasen, and Maria Latore and the door has a Rockstar Games logo.

The name 'Rockster' is written in the Pricedown font, which is the font used for the logo on every Grand Theft Auto game since Grand Theft Auto III.

The name of the store is also a clear reference to the Rockstar Games company, which developed and published the Grand Theft Auto series.

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