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Mafia (Xbox)

Platform : Xbox
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71 customer reviews

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  • Work your way up through the ranks of a 1930's mafia family
  • 20 action-packed missions with subquests
  • Convincing environments pull you into the 1930's
  • Use classic mob weapons, drive over 60 vintage cars
  • For 1 player
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Game Information

  • Platform:   Xbox
  • BBFC Rating: Suitable for 15 years and over Suitable for 15 years and over. Not for sale to persons under age 15. By placing an order for this product, you declare that you are 15 years of age or over.
  • Media: Video Game
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  • ASIN: B00009ZKTP
  • Product Dimensions: 18.6 x 13.6 x 1.4 cm ; 141 g
  • Release Date: 8 April 2004
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (71 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 4,799 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

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Manufacturer's Description

In Mafia the city of Lost Heaven is at war as the Salieri and Morello mobs fight to control the lucrative protection rackets, smuggling and the women of Lost Heaven. Join the Mob--you've got no choice, unless you think choosing death is a smart move! Mafia grabs you by the lapels and plunges you into the middle of a vicious and deadly turf war. The cops, the feds, the Morello family--each of them are out to get you and none of them care how they take you down.

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3.5 out of 5 stars

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Raul Leite on 15 July 2004
Format: Video Game
Mafia is set in the 1930's on the town of Lost Haven (New York-esque type of city). The player plays the part of Tommy, a once-upon-a-time cabby now turned mafioso, due to the changing fortunes of living in a city riddled with mobsters.
The whole game oozes 30's, the available cars, the characters populating the virtual city, even the jazz music is reminiscent of that era.
Despite loading lags felt when crossing town, these can be understadable (and in a way, negligable), since at any one time, there are dozens of events taking place, NPC's walking about or doing "stuff", cars (and trams) circulating the streets, or even passengers boarding the elevated train. All of these contribute to give a sense of a real city.
Anyone looking for state-of-the-art graphics is going to be disapointed, we've all seen what Mafia presents in other games, no real ground-breaking here, except...
The computer characters... Wow!
Some good modeling and texturing of all characters was done in the cinematic parts of the game. Granted they're not perfect, or movie-quality, but clearly a lot of effort was put in by the artists, programmers, and modelers to create good computer animations for the characters. And, this leads us to...
The story...
It's your basic Mafia-story, I'm not going to say anythign about it in order not to spoil, but it involves shooting and killing! -- ;)
Now, the thing is, the animations are very good, and they contribute to a cinematic experience, the player feels he/she is watching a movie (and what's more, playing a part in it, to some degree!). From the presentation (after the player decides to start a game!), to the way the story develops, this title can be said to be a movie with some computer playing in the middle.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By "pyker_breath" on 25 Feb. 2004
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All in all, this is a v good game. The graphics are good to look at and the city is massive. I wouldnt say it is as good as vice city, but nothing is. Vice City was alot of fun to play but Mafia is a much more realistic game. In Vice You could fly along a backstreet at 80 mph and the cops wouldnt bother, in Mafia you get driving tickets and fines. Many people have been slagging off the driving and how "The cars are too slow". Well all you can say to that is ITS THE 1930S WHAT DO YOU EXPECT? Many of the early cars you get in the game almost struggle to get up hills but you arent gonna get a porsche no matter how much you want one. The storyline is very good, but maybe I only like it because it's the 1930s mafia. The gunfights are alot of fun to be in, but it took me a while to get the hang of the shooting controls but once you get it, its brilliant. There is no pleasure like that of taking out 15 of the enemy family's footsoldiers with a tommy gun. Unfortunately, it ended too quickly for me. I completed it quite quickly but mayve thats because I was totally engrossed in the plot and couldnt wait to see what Don Salieri needed me to do next. Altogether, a brilliant, very cool game.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 2 Feb. 2004
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Having eagerly anticipated this title, I rushed out and bought it on the release day. Having got it home I was left dissapointed. The graphics and cut scenes are impressive and the idea of the game being set in the 1920-30's is a great. But it has major problems. 1. The interaction between people and cars, cars and buildings, bullets and people, bullets and cars is shocking. There is always a delay from what you see happen to hearing the effect. 2. The whole freeroaming city, mission based game has been done before. i.e GTA. and a lot better!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Borry on 30 Jun. 2010
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After playing the first few missions, I admit I was about to turn it off. There was no variety and it was all very slow. I stuck with it though due to the good reviews it's received as well as having an interest in the story. Really glad I did now.

Plot: This is where the game excelled. Every minute I got free, I wanted to progress some more on Mafia simply due to the plot. I felt a real bond with characters which for me is rare in a video game.

It's the 1930's and you play as Tommy Angelo who accidentally gets involved with gangsters while working as a taxi driver. You then end up rising for a common foot soldier to one of the top dogs within the Salieri family.

It sounds very much like a Grand Theft Auto game and due to a lot of people going in to this game thinking that, they come away disappointed. Mafia is its own game and it knows it. The game is a lot more linear and plot driven then GTA while lacking in the likes of the game play.

Graphics: A little dated now but doesn't take away from the enjoyment of the game.

Sound: One thing that stood out for me in this department is the way the sound altered due to where you stood. You stand by the sea and you'll hear seagulls but yet walk a few steps away and the sound quietens. I would expect it from this generation of consoles but seeing it in the last was a bit of a surprise.

Game play: It's a third person shooter with some driving thrown in too. The main beef of the game is the shooting parts but to get to a mission as well as a couple of missions in themselves, involves driving. When shooting, you're using the typical gangster weapons of the time and when driving, you're driving the vintage cars too.
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