Summary: I expected the game to be rather mediocre, but it actually turned out to be one of my favorite games. The graphics are okay, although some animations could be done much better. The game is reminiscent of GTA but with a hint of RTS elements in it. I have easily put 10 hours into this game and it will keep me entertained for a while. I really don't have many complaints about the game besides the repetitive missions and the subpar weapon selection.
Summary: I really enjoyed the first Godfather game so I was eager to get my hands on this one. It's similar to the first one but it is better in some regards and worse in others. The two major irritations I had about the first one (mob wars and way too many businesses/rackets) were eliminated. I thought the storyline was much more interesting and liked the increased interaction with street people.
Summary: I have recently purchased this game and I have also finished it a couple of days ago. This game is worth playing. It does get repetitive and there isn't that much to do in comparison to other sandbox games in the same genre, but it does bring some interesting and fun gameplay mechanics. A couple of the things that I liked about the game was the fact that I was able to take over & bomb stores and etc.
Summary: Not sure yet. I got this game because I really liked Godfather 1. I received this in the mail, on time, but I was also notified that I had a medical problem that in two weeks was resolved. This game did keep me entertained for the two week wait but I have not yet got into it again. From what I have seen, it is a watered down version of the original but for the price I paid for it, dirt cheap, I could not go wrong.
Summary: I'm surprised this game didn't get better reviews. Like the first edition of the game, it's like Grand Theft Auto set in the universe of "The Godfather" movies. The sequel expands upon the original by making the game much more dynamic, giving you a "crew" who follows you around, and reducing much of the repetition. The three towns you "do business" in are large and detailed.
Summary: Many consider The Godfather Part II to be a superior film to the original. It’s an argument you’ll hear in many a pub of a Friday night – but no such dispute will arise from the first and second games. Godfather II the game is a massive improvement on the first game in every way. Following an open-world format you’ll play Dominic Corleone, taking control and managing territories in Havana, New York and Miami.