Just as long as the case isn't actually tried in Vice City... The South-Florida Sun Sentinel reports: Haitian civil rights groups have withdrawn a federal lawsuit against a top-selling video game they claim is racist and violent but plan to refile the suit in state court... under Florida law because there it has more restrictions on freedom of speech than federal law. The case was originally filed in state court last month, but attorneys for Rockstar Games Inc., the company that manufactures Grand Theft Auto: Vice City, were allowed to move the case to federal court. The game takes place in a fictional Miami and encourages players to "kill the Haitians" and "kill the Cubans." The suit names Target Corp., Wal-mart Stores, Best Buy Co. and Sony Computer Entertainment. Rockstar Games has apologized for any offense and said objectionable content will be removed from future versions.