Mafia II - Playstation 3
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- Includes all of the downloadable content available for the standard edition, adding more than double the original gameplay. Featuring new storylines, new playable characters, and new city-based quests with leaderboard challenges.
- Players will be immersed in the Golden Era of America as Mafia II features tracks from some of the era's most influential artists
- Through strong, authentic characterization and compelling narrative, the mature storyline will make you understand the pull and impossible escape of life in the Mob
- Take part in car-to-car gunfights, hand-to-hand combat and gunplay, forming an intense and exciting experience
- 2K Czech's next-generation engine, allows gamers to travel from outdoor environments to intricately designed interiors without the need for loading times
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Platform: PlayStation 3 | Edition: Standard
Top Customer Reviews
If you're looking for a game that feels like a movie you can play, then this will satisfy. The graphics are great. Empire City is a delight to move through, and the 1940's - 50's style cars and fashions add a nice element. Voice acting is good, too. Punching and cover-based shooting take up all the missions, and while I've read some critical reviews of the mechanics, I think they're fine.
Some of the missions are REALLY tedious, especially at the beginning. But, I'm still enjoying it.
Like I said, once you've run through the whole story, you're DONE. I enjoyed the journey, liked the characters, and had some fun. I got the game at a discount, and that made it worth it. If you're on the fence, rent it first.
However, my disappointment doesn't take away from the enjoyment I had, or the how good the graphics are in this game. I just wish you could do a lot more after you beat the game. I wouldn't recommend buying it unless you wanted to collect it, you'd be better off renting it and beating the game in 7 hours and say your $8 was well worth it. Don't spend $60 or more for the collectors on this game.
The game begins with an introduction of the character you will be controlling, Vito. Vito's story begins in Italy as he is part of the US Army forces tasked with invading Sicily. In this level you will get a feel for the gameplay and be introduced to the extremely intricate character that is Vito. Over the next 10-15 hours, you will take part in a story that rivals some of the best mob movies ever made. Vito's story is so compelling that you will find yourself looking forward to the next cutscene. Your friends in the game will really tear at your heartstrings at different moments and you will really feel for the characters.
So, the story is fantastic and hits a homerun, but for most, this isn't enough. Luckily, the gameplay isn't too bad. Shooting is and movement in the game is basically what you would find in any other game out there. If you have played other third person shooters then you will feel right at home with Mafia 2.
The sound is a homerun as well. The sound of the city and characters is extremely well done. Along with the sound, the graphics are top notch in some places. Occasionally you won't be wowed by the graphics but then you will see the city skyline and your jaw will drop. It's a mixed bag but one that is perfectly capable in a game of it's caliber.
The only drawback to the game is the open world. The open world is great, it just feels empty. There's nothing to do but go in some random shops and drive around.Read more ›
By: Jonathan Hobson
Mafia 2 is now available, and after recently finishing everything there is to see in Empire Bay, I can confidently say that the game is enjoyable despite some flaws that keep it from reaching higher praise in a season chalk full of quality releases.
Mafia 2 casts you as Vito Scalleta, a young Italian-American fresh off a tour of duty overseas. With Vito back and freed from any further war obligations, his best friend Joe Barbaro takes him in until he gets settled and earns enough cash to free his family's debt with a loan shark. This also kicks Vito and Joe off on the path of organized crime as they attempt to become "made men" and lay waste to crooked mobsters all across town.
As Joe drives you to your family's apartment, the player is treated to a remarkable view of the city - a testament to the visual quality 2k Czech put into every detail of the game. The city looks great, with many little touches that try to make it feel alive and breathing. Smoke pours out of vents, cars and people fill the streets, and cops chase you for everything short of running a red light. They'll even call in your license plates and appearance to stay on your trail until you make a change at various auto shops and clothing stores around town. While the police can be overaggressive at times, a good bribe always kept the overall pace of the story intact. The tunes blasting from your radio and the clever advertisements and news clips that play after key story points all contribute to a feeling from the 1940's and 50's.
One thing I want to mention in the beginning is that Mafia 2 is not a typical open world game of the Grand Theft Auto ilk.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
You won't regret buying this game, but after a couple months once you've finished the game and go into the dlc it can get repetitive. Read morePublished 28 days ago by Oscar P.
Meh. I've played way better games than this. It's not the worst game, but the story is ok and everything is far too linear for my taste. Read morePublished 1 month ago by gj
Awesome game unique story and amazing graphics for such a old game which is awesome.This game deserves the sequel that's coming outPublished 4 months ago by Cody Cooper
Game ended with a few loose ends. Unnecessarily large map that requires a lot of mindless driving. The accompanying music was the only reason i didn't quit playing this game. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Tomoe