GTA's success means gangster chic will never fade, yet there are few games that place you in the trilby hat and spats of yer actual mobster, rather than an Uzi-toting modern wannabe. Fewer still that offer anything more than pun-heavy stereotyping.
Gangsters make the underworld go around......
Story wise, original Mafia was one of my faves in anygame. Hopefully Mafia has a great crime story as well.
Mafia was a great game, while IMHO it wasn't as good as GTA, it was a good game because it was so realistic. With Mafia 2, I would love them to stick with the realistic gameplay [Not being able to be seen with a gun and the likes].
I also like being a gangster, who dosn't?
I agree with every single word.
as much as i cant wait to see how mafia turns out im more hyped for getaway this will be a good match up.
The real GTA itself is loosing it's steam in my view. I wanted GTA 4 to be about American culture, 20 year old gang bangers, robbing circle K's and all that. Not some 50 year old Euro who can't talk english and wears wind breakers.
Maybe the game will be awesome and change my mind, but right now I'm really disappointed with what GTA has been reduced to, when you consider just how amazing this franchise was when GTA III first game out on PS2.
yeah american mafia some afroamericans idiots rapers and they gang war ... more interesting is russian mafia (which i think will be in gta4) or italian ( mafia 2 style). Organized crime not a gang war. gang wars are for children and fanboys ;)
I agree with that Perkel!
i hope the getaway shows R* how next gen sandboxs are ment to be done get them to pull there heads out of micro$ofts ass and make a game that pushs the limits once again.
g kick ass
Oh man!! Cant wait for that game!!
American gangs are boring and retarded, unless it's about the mafia in the US then why bother? The Russian can probably speak better English than most Americans that's for sure. Looks like a great character.
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