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- Pull off missions for the Corleones - From mob hits and bank heists to drive-bys and extortion
- Use your skill with weapons to take out the rival families - Tattaglia, Cuneo, Sollozzo, Brazini, and Stracci
- Intimidation and negotiation are your tickets to the top - but you'll also have to use brutal violence, skillful diplomacy, or a cunning mixture of both, to stay there
- Characters in the game world will remember your interactions with them - and that will affect your choices in the game, so play it smart
- Rise through the ranks to become Don in a living, 1945-1955 New York
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After a life of small-time crime you’ve been accepted into America’s most powerful criminal organization—the Corleone Family. Now it’s up to you to carry out orders, earn respect, rise through the ranks, and make New York City your own. Choose your path in the world of The Godfather: The Game as you interact with characters and intersect scenes from the movie. Take on a variety of action-packed missions in a fully living New York City—from mob hits and bank heists to drivebys and extortion. Play your cards right and you could become the next, and most powerful, Don.
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obvious reasons, understandably so. After 12 hours of play, you should be far enough to get promoted to Don. The gameplay keeps you
engaged for the whole 12+ hours. You can even to promoted to Don of NYC. I plan, to start over and become Don again. The sequel was
not meant to be just a rehash of the 1st game. 5 stars all the way. A true masterpiece.
There were way too many businesses and rackets. It takes forever for you to go around to each one and take it over. Ordinarily this doesn't seem like such an irritation in that it is a part of the game but there's only 5 or so different "layouts" so it seems like you do the same thing over and over again.
I didn't really like the mob war situation. Every time you attempt to take over a warehouse or transport hub you inevitably start a mob war no matter what your heat level was. It seems like you wind up running to the FBI agent every 10 minutes.