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In a win-or-die-trying romp through America's happy days, Mafia II players vie for underworld ascendancy, in the role of a young thug who's willing to drive and shoot his way in and out of whatever trouble it takes to get the job done. The original Mafia won a gangland of fans by combining the open-ended driving adventure and on-foot urban action of Grand Theft Auto III with a more tightly scripted story, set in a romanticized 1930s inspired by films and pulp fiction. Coming a console-generation later, Mafia II presents a grittier, less linear, more personal adventure, but with the same goal of enveloping the player in a cinematic experience of action, violence, and storytelling.

Mafia II is set in Empire Bay, a fictional metropolis inspired primarily by New York and San Francisco, and influenced by other major American cities during the 1940s and early 1950s. Most of the game plays out in a ten square-mile area, created from hundreds of photographs and illustrations of the era, in interactive detail worthy of Illusion Softwork's (now 2K Czech's) original setting of Lost Heaven -- but in higher definition and greater intricacy. Players are free to walk, drive, and move all about the area with no artificial restriction, but the choices made there have realistic consequences. Laws, both capital and minor, are expected by in-game authorities to be obeyed. In many common situations, players can choose between "normal" and "violent" interactions with objects or people.

Instead of unfortunate circumstances leading the main character to a life of crime, as in the original game, Mafia II's Vito Scaletta is an outlaw hero at heart, whose ambition outweighs his moral reservations right from the start. When he was busted in a small-time robbery that went wrong, he took an opportunity to join the military instead of serving time in jail. The game begins as Vito returns from his tour of duty in World War II, ready to get back to work on his career. There are at least three competing crime families running the Empire Bay underworld. With patience, some luck, and a little dirty work, one day Vito hopes to be the man in charge of the one that puts the other two out of business.


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GameMafia II
MPN710425374074
UPC710425374074, 710425379109

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PlatformSony Playstation 3

Tech Details
ESRB DescriptorIntense Violence Nudity
Control ElementsGamepad/Joystick
Number of Players1
Release Year2010
Game Special Features
  • Meet Vito Scaletta: Back from the war and ready to take it to the streets

  • Open-ended action and adventure through ten square miles of virtual 1940s city

  • More than two hours of high-def cut scenes bring the brutal tale to life


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    Created: 07/31/11

    Great game

    Yes, I would recommend this product to a friend.

    Amazing Game Love it Love It.. The game is set in the 1940-50s era of Empire Bay, a fictional city based on New York City, Chicago, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Boston and Detroit.[7][8] There are 30-40 vehicles in the game (45 with DLC) as well as licensed music from the era.[9]

    Many firearms from the previous return, such as the Thompson submachine gun and Colt 1911, as well as a pump-action shotgun (though it was changed from a Winchester Model 12 to a Remington 870). New WWII-era weapons like the MP 40, the M3 submachine gun, the MG 42 and the Beretta Model 38 also appear in the game.

    Interacting with objects in the environment involves two action buttons- a standard action and a "violent" action (for example, when stealing a car, the player may choose to either pick its lock or break the window glass), used in context-sensitive situations. A map is included as in the original Mafia game. The checkpoint system has been completely overhauled.[10] New controls include a cover system that allows the player to hide behind objects (such as generators, walls and large crates) to shoot enemies, rather than just using a crouch while behind an object.

    It has been stated by 2K Czech that the game's cutscenes are created by the game engine, in real-time, rather than pre-rendered cutscenes. For example if the player is riding in a car and a cut scene starts, the player will be driving the same car and if the car is damaged, that will appear in the cut scene.[11]

    The game has three different in game radio stations, Empire Central Radio, Empire Classic Radio and Delta Radio, with licensed music, news, and commercials. The radio stations includes music from different genres including rock and roll, big band, rhythm and blues, doo-wop, among others with licensed songs by Chuck Berry, The Everly Brothers, Dean Martin, Little Richard, Muddy Waters, Buddy Holly & The Crickets, Bing Crosby, Bill Haley & His Comets, The Chordettes, Bo Diddley, Rick Nelson, Eddie Cochran, The Champs, The Drifters, Screamin' Jay Hawkins, The Andrews Sisters, among others.

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    Created: 08/23/10

    Excellent return of a franchise with great promise!

    Mafia II is an excellent return of a franchise with great promise. Vito and his associates are memorable characters in a city bursting with subtle visual details and violent undertones. The story pulls no punches, neither glorifying nor demeaning the difficult lives its protagonists lead--just presenting them with brutal honesty and letting you reach your own conclusions. After the 15-or-so hours it might take you to gun through Vito's story, it's hard not to come away with the sense that there should have been more to do in this beautiful city. Yet while you might be disappointed with what Mafia II doesn't do, it's hard to be disappointed by what this excellent game does do: deliver fun shoot-outs and pockets of shocking brutality in a world you're delighted to be a part of.

    The Good
    Fantastic action set pieces
    Shooting and hand-to-hand combat are both highly satisfying
    Empire City is beautiful and stuffed with period detail
    Brutal, involving story populated with interesting, well-acted characters.

    The Bad
    Not enough to do in the open world
    Too much time spent on mundane tasks.


    8.5 (out of 10)
    OVERALL: GREAT

    5 of 6 people found this review helpful. Was this review helpful? Yes | No

    Created: 09/14/12

    Mobster-driven game

    Yes, I would recommend this product to a friend.

    A deep mobster-driven narrative with both behind-the-wheel and on-foot action. It's a sequel fans have been waiting for. It immerses players in the gangsters underworld of late 1940's-early 1950's. You easily become engaged in the game's experience with strong, believable characters in a living, breathing hollywood city style.

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    Created: 08/14/13

    Get the Greatest Hits version, or you'll be disappointed.

    Yes, I would recommend this product to a friend.

    Could have been so much better.
    The graphics are quite good, the voice acting is top notch, and there's a great selection of cars. All of these good things still only add up to an average game when packaged with the poor parts of the game. The lowlights include story missions that are way too linear (only one way to complete many) and a huge open world - similar to GTA4 - that is completely lacking in the interactivity and side missions of other open world adventure/shooter games. However, if you're looking for something to play while waiting for GTA5 and/or AC4, give this a try, the included DLC on the greatest hits does at least up the playability and enjoyment of the game.

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    Created: 11/10/10

    Really Nice! Is like playing a Mafia Movie! A++++

    It takes players even deeper into the Mafia with a mature and exciting experience that allows players to explore the gameworld as we wish and immerses us in it like never before. It includes a complete gangster movie experience, a wide variety of combat—including vehicular—a mood setting soundtrack and much more. I recommend this game to the lovers of "the Godfather" and the Mafia theme...

    You'll enjoy the story! Guaranteed! =)

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