Grand Theft Auto: Vice City has been granted a rating by the Australian Classification board eight years after its release, fuelling speculation that a re-release may be on the cards for the current generation of consoles.
Originally released in 2002, Grand Theft Auto: Vice City took Rockstar's open world formula back to a 80s flavoured spin on Miami, and it's proved one of the most fondly remembered entries in the series. We liked it so much back in the day we wrote a small novel extolling its virtues.
A new rating appeared on the board's site yesterday (spotted by Kotaku), suggesting that it could be due a revival of sorts – though in what form and in what shape it is as yet unclear.
Rockstar were unable to shed any light on the classification, leaving us to scratch our heads as to what this could be; an XBLA & PSN re-release or an all new re-imagining? Please join us in making things up in the comments field below.