Mafia: Definitive Edition is just a week away from launch and review copies have been sent out.
Thank you for this! I’m anxious to see the final reviews & impressions on this game. I’m really intrigued by it, but I’m also nit picky with a few things 1. The animations- Moving in and out’ve vehicles is rather quick, as does the gun fire animations. It just looks unnatural and for me takes away from the realism they’re aiming for. 2. The city looks really beautiful, and they seem to have really captured what we’ve been shown incredibly well and true to the time period. I guess this isn’t a nitpick but more of a hope, and I’ll be a little disappointed if it’s not in (not a make or break tho) that we can go into some random buildings, to change clothes, buy guns, and so on. I’d just add a greater level/sense of realism to this beautifully crafted world. But to me, if they nail that iconic story like they did the original game, while also bringing something great and unique to the added scenes and so forth, I’ll walk away happy, I hope lol. I believe I will. I just hope fans aren’t let down by this....
Looking forward to the trilogy set. Going to start the original Mafia later
Apparently this is the one to get. And the triliogy isn't worth it.. as 2 is mediocre and 3 is a turd.? That's just internet speak but I'm thinking just get this definite edition myself and skip triliogy. This is the one they put most work into. As in a complete remaster not just a touch up.
2 is great. Definitely worth checking out. 3 has a great story and soundtrack but is very repetitive
2 is great, if you like the style of 1. I also enjoyed 3 alot but it was repetitive. I like the narrative and gun play was solid imo
Cant be bothered to read but if embargo is post release then it sucks obvs. I hope it doesnt, I really like the look of it
Read it for you. 24th at 11 am eastern is the embargo lift.
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