Reviews and Problems with Omerta: City Of Gangsters
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Game won't start
Michael A. Kerr "Max Spector", Amazon
16 December 2014
Summary: Received the DVD and installed the game - through Steam - game locks up every time at the start screen once I enter my kalypso account and enter. My PC is an octo-processor FX with a GTX-770 in Win7/64, first game I can't run even though I run everything else fine, from Dos Box games to Skyrim on...
Summary: Bom jogo, talvez muito criticado por ter a aparência e jogabilidade de um jogo de estratégia do público de PCs. Boa interface, complicado como na vida real! hehe Prós: - Bom enredo; - Boa profundidade no universo; - Fiel na retratação da época; - Port de um gênero do PC para consoles; - Sistema de...
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.
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 takes dull too a new level, trying to combine the action and thrill of being a gangster, with the strategy and thinking of Republic: The Revolution (A game I found weirdly addictive) but some how fail to live up to either of those ideas.
Summary: In short words: very bad interface design, repetitive gameplay, horrible combat system. This game has no depth at all, and looks very unprofessional in all its aspects. It would deserve a 4 if it was marketed as a small cheap game, but given its AAA price, a 2 is well deserved.
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.
Summary: I expected more from Omerta, riding on the expectations of some of Kalypso's previous games, such as Tropico. However, although my initial impressions were good, I soon realized how repetitive and laborious the game as a whole can be.