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Submitted by emeralderin 823d ago | review

Omerta: City of Gangsters (Hooked Gamers review)

Hooked Gamers writes: "I finished Omerta’s campaign in three days time and was left wanting more. Even if my enemies had snuck off on me rather than put up a fight, and despite the somewhat depressing ambiance, Omerta: City of Gangsters had kept me entertained for almost three full days.

What struck me most was the potential. Omerta is a good game but if it succeeds, it has the potential to be a great game. Add opposing AI gangs and allow for turf wars to occur, shrink the building sizes on the strategic maps and give players control over many more buildings, and you have a strategy title that has no equal and is infinitely playable. Daydreaming aside, there is a lot to like and even love about Omerta. And while the title suggests I should be quiet about it, I’m glad I’ve written that in black and white and get to share it with you." (Omerta - City of Gangsters, PC) 8.4/10

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