Summary: This is a decent game, but it is full of narrative and plot. Of course, I am one of those weird persons that is not too enthusiastic about that and am more about the action. But, if you can get past that, it is enjoyable and diverse.
Summary: This game has an engaging storyline, which is what I like most about it. But it jas many other strong points too. The cover system is perfect. And I am comparing it to the likes of GTA5, Max Payne and GoW, which to me are not as comfortable.
Summary: That Mafia II so effectively harpoons its illusion of real life, showing its characters to be machines acting out prescribed paths, is to its detriment. But the fact that I bought into it in the first place is the game's greatest strength. It's not that Vito is a sympathetic character.
Summary: This is by far the best mafia themed game out there. The first was epic on the PC and this was a good follow up. A solid game, would rank 8.5 out of 10, and well worth the money. On xbox live it would cost roughly $60 for the game and content.
Summary: One of the best games ever created. I've been gaming since gaming began, and this game goes down in my top 8 games of all time. The story is great, the gameplay is solid, and the graphics are brilliant and still look brilliant in 2014.
Summary: I actually preferred the first game to this one. Mafia 2 is bigger, has better graphics and a stronger story, but where it suffers is in its gameplay. Mafia 2 is meant to be an open world game, yet it feels like you are on rails most of the time.
Summary: I know it is an older game, but my grandson loves it, as it does come with another disc where you can add certain item to help you in the game. He plays as long as he is allowed and gets somewhat upset when time is up. The disc that changes the things you use seems to be never ending.