MTV Multiplayer's Stephen Totilo writes:
"I played EA's Godfather game last year. And while it was a solid enough interpretation of the Grand Theft Auto open-world formula, it did not feel much like I was playing The Godfather movie.
I started playing BioWare's Mass Effect a few weeks ago. And, well, I'm only exaggerating a little when I say it felt a little like I was playing The Godfather movie."
"So if we've got a developer that's really good at making a game fun for players who would like to ask questions first and shoot later, and if we've got a blockbuster license in The Godfather that is famous for its verbiage as much - and I would argue more so than - its violence, then how about we make a deal?"