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Submitted by SactoGamer 865d ago | news

Omerta - City of Gangsters ready for release

Omerta - City of Gangsters, Kalypso Media's upcoming strategy game for the Xbox 360 and PC, has gone "gold" and is ready for an on-time release. (Omerta - City of Gangsters, PC, Xbox 360)

TheSoundDefense  +   865d ago
This sounds like an interesting game. Slowly taking over a city in a turn-based strategy manner. Fire Emblem with Tommy guns.
STK026  +   864d ago
When I look at this game, it reminds me of Silent Storm, which is a great thing. However, with the Kalypso also being the publisher for Legends of Pegasus, I'm a bit hesitant to pre-purchase the game. Hopefully, it will be as good as it sounds as I usually like that kind of game.
crazedfishuk  +   864d ago
This reminds me of the old PC game Gangsters...apart from the different city (Gangsters one was purely fictional, I think) this seems pretty much the same! And that's not a bad thing...
claud3  +   864d ago
crap looking and not worth my gaming time

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