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Submitted by Lavalamp 594d ago | review

Omerta: City of Gangsters Review | OXM

OXM: "The occasional turn-based tactical shootout could’ve injected some much-needed verve, but the arbitrarily frugal placement of cover points too often forces your thugs to stand out in the open, and questionable line-of-sight will make you curse the inability to save in the middle of an engagement. Those frustrations are also present in simple online multiplayer shenanigans — where two pals work together to rob banks and free incarcerated allies, or murder one another in gang wars and warehouse cash grabs — and they remain just as aggravating. But at least you’ll get to feast your eyes on something more enticing than barely populated streets and fluctuating bank balances. In Omerta, they’re an unfortunate fact of life." (Omerta - City of Gangsters, Xbox 360) 4/10

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