Loot Ninja writes: "If you're publishing an open-world crime game, you need to bring the A-game. Last year, GTA IV set the new standard for how things should be done. Now, EA brings The Godfather II to the table, the follow up to 2006's original, where you work your way through the ranks of the Corleone family. This time around, you get to build up your family influence in Cuba, New York, and Miami as the story progresses. Sadly, though, the game just doesn't provide enough fun to make you want to get all the way to the end."