Summary: Omerta: City of Gangsters isn't a bad idea for a game. Take turned based combat a la XCOM: Enemy Unknown, apply a coat of 1920's Atlantic City gangster paint to it, toss in a bit of resource management by the company best known on 360 for the Tropico series, and you should be good to go, right?
Summary: Omerta: City of Gangsters is a very enjoyable game, though I can understand that not everyone would like it. If you like turn-based combat games like X-Com, you'll like this game. It isn't perfect but it's definitely a lot of fun!
Summary: I bought this for my husband and he has enjoyed playing it. Personally and merely from a watching it perspective I found it quite boring and the voices and phrases of the characters annoying, but there you go!
Summary: Would be such a good game if it wasn't so faulty. I found many times I would spend about 30 mins in a game then a fault occurs that prevents me from progressing any further meaning a restart was required. Waste of time
Summary: I bought this game thinking it would be similar to the classic 'GANGSTERS' game which was out for PC but this game is nothing like it and after 40mins I switched it off and sold it, its one of the worst most boring games I have ever played so don't waste your money