Summary: After a life of small-time jobs and petty thefts you've been accepted into America's most famous criminal organization, the Corleone family. Now it's up to you to carry out orders, earn respect, rise through the ranks, and make New York City your own.
Excerpt: First Impressions My reaction is EA has brought us one of the greatest films of all time on the PSP in the shape of a game that’s not so great. The Godfather on the PSP is essentially two games rolled into one package. On the one hand you have the game that we have seen on the home consoles.
Summary: If the PSP is the only system you own that will play The Godfather, then might I suggest you go and pick up The Godfather trilogy on DVD instead? Tweet This product was submitted by the publisher for review. As a rule, Defunct Games does not review games we spent money on.
Conclusion: . While I thought the game was relatively short and sometimes not complex enough, it was still quite fun to play through. I especially enjoyed the mob wars mode and would have loved to have seen it developed into something bigger with more territories, more cards, stronger diversity in gangsters,...
Excerpt: Movies and video games are often viewed as two mediums that should never mix, and given the abysmal failure of Doom at the box office and Fantastic Four on consoles, that’s perfectly understandable.
Excerpt: “Sorry. My bad, me talking about nothing but depressing stuff and I didn’t even do that last time we reviewed The Godfather for the PS2... Only unlike The Warriors which went only so far we now have Godfather games up to wazoo. Godfather on the PSP, the PS3, the XBox360 (probably) and the Wii.