Reviews and Problems with Omerta: City Of Gangsters
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21 February 2014
Summary: So close and yet so so far, game is way to short due to bad mechanics, I finished a sandbox game on hard in less than 35 minutes on my very first sandbox game. It left me wanting a lot more content that just wasn't there, a few drive-bys and you win so disappointing. Huge potential but missing way to much to work. I could see myself loving this game if it wasn't so dumbed down and had a few more mechanics to make it challenging or interesting.
Summary: How boring and repetitive, Kalypso! The economy management sucks and the battles are uninspired. After 15 minutes I just quit to never come back. Kalypso, your Tropico series is so addictive, funny and well done I'm sure you can do a lot better than this.
Summary: This game is terrible! I cannot even really describe to you how bad it is because there are no real gameplay mechanics or features worth mentioning. It is just simply put, a really crappy strategy game attempt. I really, really wanted to like this game because the whole 1920's theme heavily appealed to me, and in all brutal honesty the story and characters were the games strongest point, but the game was too unbearable to even enjoy that.
Summary: This game had a highly appealing storyline that inspired me in my life. I'm so glad I can share my review here as it's truly a masterpiece of a game, thank you to the developers for making it. The graphics and game play may be a bit but its still the best game I've ever played.
Summary: I'm going to review the PC version a short while after this, but damn it. This is one of the worst PC ports I have seen. I'm tired so let me put this short, if you have a Xbox 360 DO NOT BUY THIS!!!
Summary: Another wasted opportunity... This game could have been great IF the developers would work out the details, but what we have instead is a lifeless, boring and unfinished strategy game. The game is way too easy, there is no real competition with the AI. Maps are too small and you lose every progress once you reach a new zone. They should have create one huge map with plenty of thing to do...The story is cliched, and I wish they would focused more on the sandbox mode.
Summary: Just to reiterate what others have said, this is not a fully developed game, and it would feel more at home on Facebook than on Steam. The strategy elements are either extremely easy, uninspired or a combination of both. It is not worth the $40 asking price, wait until it hits $5 on a sale if you must buy it.