Rockstar Games is releasing a three-part series of behind-the-scenes videos and slideshows that the developer produced a decade ago to showcase Grand Theft Auto: Vice City's animation, sound and city design, according to a post on the developer's blog.
The first in the series, which Rockstar created in 2002 when London's Design Museum honored the open-world game, focuses on motion capture, character progression from concept art to the in-game polygons and the animations of Tommy Vercetti, the game's protagonist voiced by Ray Liotta. The two remaining parts will be released "quite soon," according to the blog post.
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