Sometimes when im at this mall I sometimes encounter a car theive stealing the infernus here and driving into the walls so should this be mentioned or is it unimportant. --Stephendwan 14:55, April 24, 2010 (UTC)

Store Changes Between GTA: VCS and GTA:VC

With all the info about the mall and how the article lists most of the stores, restaurants and business that appeared in both Grand Theft Auto: Vice City and Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories. However the article doesn't list what changes the mall went through between the coarse of two years (1984-1986) and what replaced what if anyone knows what I mean. I know that Ammu-Nation is basically the only store that basically stays where it is through both games. While this article on this wiki doesn't mention the differences between the stores in both games, I found something on the Polish GTA Wiki that can help us all out with this dilemma. This wikitable chart should help us out. It might not be 100% accurate, but it's better than nothing. I won't add this wikitable to the article right away for obvious reason, but I will do my best to fix the mistakes and try to translate the words from Polish to English.

Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories Grand Theft Auto: Vice City
King Knuts Eastern food court locations of Beef Bandit and Shaft Hot Dogs
Undeveloped space Eastern food court locations of The Cheesy Crust Pizza Co. and The Burger Shot
Fashion Mode Unnamed clothing store
Secretions Family Jewels
Undeveloped space Gold Jewelry
Vacant floor space Sprunk stand
Brokenback Books Brokenback Books (inaccessible)
Barzini's Unnamed clothing store
Flap Lickin' Chickin Western food court locations of The Cheesy Crust Pizza Co. and The Burger Shot
Decker's Dogs Western food court locations of Beef Bandit and Shaft Hot Dogs
Vacant space Tooled Up
Ammu-Nation Ammu-Nation
Fast-Forward In Vehicle Audio Unnamed clothing store
T&A Men Tarbrush Café
Todd's Cafe Unidentified store
Vinyl Countdown Moved to former Needle Trax space, don't know about what would become of former GTA VCS Vinyl Countdown space
Top Bun Hair Salon Unidentified store
Helmut Schein Unidentified clothing store
Space either vacant or under renovation 1st floor of Gash
Flyingdale's with Old Amsterdam Coffee Shop inside 2nd floor of Gash
Needle Trax Vinyl Countdown
T&A Women Unnamed clothing store
Knocking Boots Two unnamed clothing stores
Vacant spaces Stitch up
Man-at-Ease Several unnamed clothing stores

Some of the unnamed clothing stores appear to sell Stitch Up clothing.

--JCC the Alternate Historian (talk) 13:50, June 2, 2019 (UTC)

If I added some wrong information and have something to say, I would apprisiate the help very much! --JCC the Alternate Historian (talk) 14:30, June 2, 2019 (UTC)

Alright then! I have now finally completed the table and I will add it to the article tomorrow. --JCC the Alternate Historian (talk) 13:30, June 5, 2019 (UTC)

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