One Hit Pixel: "There’s no doubt about the fact that when it comes to depicting organised crime, Grand Theft Auto does it the best. Expansive worlds, fast cars, and massive explosions; you name it and it has it. However, it is all set in more recent times. We’ve never really seen a classic game set in 1920s America – where the Mafia was rampant throughout the streets of big cities like New York or Chicago. The Mafia series came close, but still wasn’t in the right time period, while Gangsters: Organised Crime is currently the best gangster game set in the right period. To be fair though, that is far from a great game, so now we have Omerta: City of Gangsters attempting to make a big name for itself. Is it a wise-guy, or should it be subject to a mock execution?"