Mafia: Definitive Edition

Mafia: Definitive Edition

The mafia game franchise has three total games in which the first one came out in 2002. Mafia 1 is the crown achievement of all three of them with part 2 be close behind in part 3 trailing by a couple of miles. This isn’t just a remaster this is a ground up remake of one of the best open world games you can buy. If you love the movies like Godfather, Good fellas or any mobster movie such as Untouchables you’re going to love playing Mafia The Definitive Edition. Comparing the 2002 version to the 2020 version is like comparing a television set from the 1980s to the television sets of today. The player models look amazing along with a voice acting and the mechanics such as driving and when you’re an action are all very satisfying.

This game takes place in the 30s in a city called Lockhaven which is kind of a combination of Chicago and Los Angeles and it looks absolutely gorgeous. You play as Tommy Angelo a taxi cab driver who ends up picking up 2 Mafia thugs as they are trying to evade arrival Mafia Family and get into a shootout with you driving them back to their hideout. What happens is that you’re so impressed with your driving skills they invite you to meet the dawn and then you fall into the Sicerelli mob family. This of course leads to you becoming a criminal and pulling off many jobs through the years while also knowing that what you’re doing even though it pays well will catch up to you someday. Just like any other mob type of story there is a rival crime family in town that wants to take you out. There shootouts, smuggling of alcohol during the prohibition era, robbing banks and of course a love story. You make friends you lose friends you get double crossed and once you think the story is over it’s not there quite yet but the ending is a little shocking and satisfying all the same time and it leads you right into the sequel.

There’s much more to this game but I don’t really want to give it away but if you’re a fan of games such as Grand Theft Auto, Yakuza and other open World Games in which basically you’re a criminal how to make a buck by using any means necessary then you’re going to love this story and game. It’s rather inexpensive at only $40 and it’s well worth it. I give this game a 4.5 out of 5 only because the replay value isn’t that high because once you beat the main story it’s really not much else to do but you can drive around and do additional bad things like you can in a game like Grand Theft Auto but that does get boring rather fast.

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Value
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Graphics
5/5
Gameplay
4/5
Sound
3/5
Storyline
4/5
Replay
3/5

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