NDTV says: "At an off-hands demo at publisher 2K Games' booth at Gamescom, we were treated to a generous helping of gameplay. Here's what to expect when the game hits in 2016."
If they remove the car explosions I'll buy it day 1.
Yeah, they went full Michael Bay. You NEVER go full Michael Bay... A little tap and the car just detonates, what are they doing? Carrying around a trunk full of nitrogen triiodide? Pretty stupid IMO.
i like it .......its different.....
please no more errand boy mission
I've always just wanted the ability to start as a recruit and work my way to the head of the family. This looks like an interesting story w/ interesting characters, hopefully there is alot of freedom involved also.
I'm not sure how I feel about this game right now. New Orleans is in the deep South, I personally think Miami would've had a better atmosphere for crime.
New Orleans is a great idea because there was more history in New Orleans than in Miami during the 60s
mafia 2 was 1 of the greatest games ive played, but just not feeling number 3, seems like there going the saints row route and ruined what could of been a amazing game Still praying for a gangsters 3 :/ one day
I'm not sure I see the Saint's Row comparison but maybe I'm missing something. Seems like a more serious story driven game to me...I'm super pumped to see a game set during such an interesting time period, and lord knows the soundtrack has the potential to be absolutely amazing...if they can't license a wide range of the best 60s tunes, I'm definitely gonna be making a spotify playlist on my ps4 and hoping I can play it during the game. To me the Mafia series is easily one of the best examples of storytelling done right in open world games. I personally think they even beat Rockstar when it comes to solid & compelling storytelling...GTA may have more fun distractions but Mafia really compels you to keep those story missions running instead of just going on rampages in the city.
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