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The most negative review came from John Teti of Eurogamer who gave the game a 4/10 and wrote that "Mafia II gets the last word by destroying the myth that the mafia is interesting at all. It contends that the mob world is a hell of boredom populated by aggressively stupid automatons. These drones wake up each morning, carry out a series of repetitious tasks, and return home."[48] Zero Punctuation's Ben Croshaw called the game "generic", and noted the main characters' similarities with the main characters of Grand Theft Auto IV, but criticised the lack of features prevalent in other sandbox games. He also criticised the mundane parts of the game, such as driving, making the game feel "unnecessarily padded".[58]


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Mafia 2: Definitive Edition tells a classic period piece mob story. Players take on the role of Vito Scaletta, who gets wrapped up in Empire City's organized crime after the mafia helps him get out of his World War 2 military service. Conflict erupts between rival gangs, and Vito very quickly finds himself over his head. The Mafia 2 story was great when the game originally launched in 2010, and it's just as engrossing in Mafia 2: Definitive Edition.

Mafia II's storyline, feel and characters follow in a long, proud tradition of mafia-based books, films, television shows, and even games (like The Godfather and The Godfather II, both from EA). To some, the story and characters might be contrived, but to others who enjoy the vintage crime genre, they're going to find a lot to love with Mafia II. The main character in the game, Vito, is a typical low-level kind of guy who eventually transcends the ranks of the family he works for to become more powerful than he ever imagined. Of course, his humble origins would suggest that he would never have such an opportunity in the first place. That's part of the game's beauty.

@Bamila I have the directors cut on ps3 myself and never really got into it either, I also played it briefly and never played it again, so I don't know if I could attempt to play it a second time on the ps4 tbh but I'm curious about mafia remake if it will be better or not ?

Anyone else got mafia 3 and played after it got patched to the definitive edition, they've ***** that up as well, I have it on the xbox one x and good grief it's a mess this patch has suddenly introduced blurry textures,slowdown,pop in and unresponsive controls, mafia 3 is one of my favourite games love the soundtrack and they've wrecked it,anyone else noticed it?

Mafia II shares the theme and the basic gameplay concept with Mafia; though it takes place at a later time and follows the life story of a different protagonist, the game's plot has a few connections with that of the predecessor. The game's story begins in the 1940's and extends into the 1950's. The story follows a linear path and is divided into chapters, each telling a separate episode in Vito's life and his trials and tribulations after getting involved with the mafia.

After being imprisoned in 1945 for stealing and distributing gas stamps, Vito Scaletta is told by his friend Joe Barbaro to see Leo Galante in order to get help and to survive on the inside. In the yard of the prison, Vito gets into a fight with rival Brian O'Neill, which is witnessed by a curious Leo. After Vito spends a few days in solitary confinement for the fight, Leo gets the guards to release him and begins to take Vito under his wing and help train him how to properly fight and defend himself, as well as teach him about how the mafia is run. After Vito kills O'Neill during a fight in the gym, Leo has Vito relocated to his comfortable living quarters in the prison, and informs Vito that he will work to have his ten-year sentence extended once he gets out himself. Leo does keep his promise, as Vito is released in 1951, six years into his sentence. Vito went to work for the Falcone crime family along with Joe, a decision that Leo respected, as she felt Vito should be with his best friend. 041b061a72


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