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Submitted by TheGameScouts 872d ago | review

Omerta: City of Gangsters Review | The Game Scouts

Jon Hamlin: Omerta: City of Gangsters is a top-down resource management simulation/strategy game with a turn-based combat component set during 1920’s Prohibition America. Coming on the heels of publisher Kalypso’s last console title—Tropico 4—Omerta finds itself in a position of somewhat heightened expectations. Kalypso has proven time and time again that this particular sub-genre is sort of their thing. But does Omerta: City of Gangsters—to borrow a phrase from a famous child of the 20s—bewitch, beguile and bewilder? (Omerta - City of Gangsters, PC, Xbox 360) 5.0/10

3-4-5  +   872d ago
man..game had so much potential

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