Elder-Geek.com writes: "If you’re curious, there is a demo available. We highly recommend checking it out before making a full-priced purchase. Omerta is sure to find an audience. But for us, Omerta was a city full of amazing ideas and nearly endless possibilities, but in the end, none of the ideas felt fleshed out enough for it to be that much fun. And it pains us to say that because Omerta is the type of game we want to love and it’s the type of different development idea we want to encourage. The visuals, the audio, the setting, and the concepts are all solid, but the execution falls short. As it stands, if you pass up Omerta, you aren’t missing anything."