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Mafia II (PC DVD)

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Platform : Windows XP, Windows 7, Windows Vista
93 customer reviews

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  • Mobster narrative packed with behind-the-wheel and on-foot action
  • Fuse high-octane gunplay with white-knuckle driving
  • Set in massive mob underworld of fictitious late 1940s and early 1950s
  • Game simulates cinematic Hollywood action and experience
  • Developed by Illusion Softworks
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Game Information

  • Platform:   Windows XP / 7 / Vista
  • BBFC Rating: Suitable for 18 years and over Suitable for 18 years and over. Not for sale to persons under age 18. By placing an order for this product, you declare that you are 18 years of age or over.
  • Media: DVD-ROM
  • Item Quantity: 1

Product details

Platform: PC
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  • ASIN: B001W101NM
  • Item Weight: 27 g
  • Release Date: 27 Aug. 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (93 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 10,560 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

Product Description

Platform: PC

Product Description

Mafia II is a third-person, sandbox shooter that provides a look into the dark and unforgiving world of the Mob. Expanding on the original hit, Mafia, that captivated more than 2 million gamers around the world, this new incarnation takes players even deeper into the Mafia with a mature and exciting experience that allows players to explore the gameworld as they wish and immerses them in it like never before. Features include complete gangster movie experience, a wide variety of combat—including vehicular—a mood setting soundtrack and much more.

Born the son of a poor immigrant, Vito is a beaten down Italian American who is trying to secure his piece of the American Dream. Looking to escape the life of poverty that consumed his childhood, Vito is soon swayed by the lure of power and wealth that a life of Organized Crime can bring. A petty criminal his whole life, Vito, along with his childhood friend, Joe, will descend into the world of organized crime. Together, they will work to prove themselves to the Mob as they try to make their names on the streets of a cold and unforgiving city.

  • Mobster narrative packed with behind-the-wheel and on-foot action
  • Fuse high-octane gunplay with white-knuckle driving
  • Set in massive mob underworld of fictitious late 1940s and early 1950s
  • Game simulates cinematic Hollywood action and experience
  • Developed by Illusion Softworks

Minimum System Requirements
OS – Windows XP(SP2)/Vista/7
Processor – Pentium D 3GHz or AMD Athlon 64 X2 3600+ dual core
Memory – 1.5GB
Hard drive – 8GB
Video Card – Nvidia Geforce 8600 GS 256MB or ATI Radeon DD2600 Pro
Sound card – DirectX 9 Compatible

Manufacturer's Description

Mafia II is a third-person, sandbox shooter that provides a look into the dark and unforgiving world of the Mob. Expanding on the original hit, Mafia, that captivated more than 2 million gamers around the world, this new incarnation takes players even deeper into the Mafia with a mature and exciting experience that allows players to explore the gameworld as they wish and immerses them in it like never before. Features include complete gangster movie experience, a wide variety of combat—including vehicular—a mood setting soundtrack and much more.

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Story
Born the son of a poor immigrant, Vito is a beaten down Italian American who is trying to secure his piece of the American Dream. Looking to escape the life of poverty that consumed his childhood, Vito is soon swayed by the lure of power and wealth that a life of Organized Crime can bring. A petty criminal his whole life, Vito, along with his childhood friend, Joe, will descend into the world of organized crime. Together, they will work to prove themselves to the Mob as they try to make their names on the streets of a cold and unforgiving city.

Shopping for weapons in Mafia II
The dark and unforgiving world of the Mob.
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City street scene from Mafia II
An expansive open world to explore.
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A car exploding, with victims sent flying in Mafia II
Explosive, no holds barred Mafia action.
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Next-Gen 2K Czech game Engine
Powered by 2K Czech's next-generation engine built specifically for Mafia II, players experience the true evolution of the Mafia game that defined a genre. Gunfights, hand-to-hand combat and vehicular exploration feature new depth and dimension that allow players to experience the world of Mafia II in a way that will keep them coming back for more.

Key Game Features

  • Gangster-Movie Experience - Through strong, authentic characterization and compelling narrative, the mature storyline will make you understand the pull and impossible escape of life in the Mob.
  • Action-Packed Gameplay - Take part in car-to-car gunfights, hand-to-hand combat and gunplay, forming an intense and exciting experience.
  • All-New Engine Powers the Next Generation of Mob Video Games - 2K Czech's next-generation engine, allows gamers to travel from outdoor environments to intricately designed interiors without the need for loading times.
  • Authentic Script from the Writer of Mafia I - The writing team from Mafia I returns to deliver another powerhouse script that portrays a tale of survival, camaraderie and the pitfalls of pursuing the American Dream.
  • Music as Environment - Players will be immersed in the Golden Era of America as Mafia II features tracks from some of the era's most influential artists.

System Requirements

Minimum: Recommended:
OS: Windows XP / Vista / Windows 7
Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo @ 2 Ghz / AMD Athlon X2 @ 2.4 Ghz Intel Core 2 Quad @ 2.5 Ghz / AMD Phenom X3 @ 2.5 Ghz
RAM: 2 GB 3 GB or more
Disc Drive: DVD-ROM drive
Hard Drive: 16 GB 20 GB
Video Card: nVidia 8400GS / ATI Radeon HD 2400 GeForce 8800 GT or ATI Radeon HD 4700 or better
Video Memory: 512 MB 1 GB
Sound Card: DirectX 9.0c compatible DirectX 10.0 compatible
Other: Mouse and keyboard

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Gangster movie experience.
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Vito with a Tommy gun in Mafia II
Action packed combat.
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Using the car as a weapon in Mafia II
Full vehicle integration.
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Teaming up with another character in Mafia II
Various play options.
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Customer Reviews

3.6 out of 5 stars

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Naiin on 5 Jun. 2012
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I suspect that after waiting 8 years (!) for the sequel of amazing Mafia: The City of Lost Heaven everyone was expecting something truly special. And in my opinion the game lives up to the expectations: the story line is great, the characters are believable, the scenery, cars and music really take you back to 1950's. Less positive reviews read that the game is too short - I disagree. I believe that the concept of the game was to be more of an interactive movie rather than typical shoot'em-up. Of course, if you set the difficulty to low and lock yourself in the room with a bag of microvawable meals you can finish the game in one sitting, but that's not the point. This game is not for blood hungry kids who shoot before they think all day long! It's very thought through, well composed piece of interactive software that mature gamers with limited gaming time can enjoy for good couple of weeks. I myself finished it in a month playing one chapter every other day. And I enjoyed every moment of it!
Few people try to compare it to GTA IV. I played GTA IV, and it is far more complexed game with larger world and loads more missions, but I would not put them in the same category. Playing GTA you can easily loose track of the main story line engaging in other "side missions" - Mafia focuses strongly on linear story which is far more gripping. The only negative thing I can say about the story is that the main twist isn't too convincing and happens far to abruptly.
Some other negative things are:
- driving any car is quite a task, but all the cars of the era were RWD and had no ESP so it would be pretty difficult turning corners at speed,
- police are somewhat inconsistent i.e. when you jump red lights or are wanted and some of them ignore you totally.
Overall the game is almost perfect. Few niggles here and there, but it is great! I recommend it to any mature gamer.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By NeuroSplicer TOP 500 REVIEWER on 27 Aug. 2010
Platform for Display: PC
Here is a game with all the trappings of a hit that was to go down smooth - only to turn out the hit was nothing but a setup. And the supposed marks are the ones pulling the strings. Would a made man allow this to happen?

THREADBARE UNDERSHIRTS UNDER FLASHY SILK SUITS
The first thing that grabs you is how dull the graphics look once the (well-done) cinematics end. On top of that, it is not that the environments are badly designed, it is that the same patterns are used over and over resulting in...chain deja-vue episodes. This cookie-cutter approach could had made it easier to get lost - unfortunately, there is not even a chance for that.

FOLLOW THE SCRIPT OR ELSE, CAPICE?
If you enjoyed the freedom experienced in the GTA series, well, do not expect anything close to that degree of sandbox roaming. This a linear game only set on an open-looking background. Which, once more, shows that looks were considered more important than substance. And if you make a mistake and have to reload, be prepared to replay quite a long sequence because this is yet another game with only an autosaving option - and, once more, 2K behaves as if autosaving points are charged by the unit.

JUST KEEP MAKING THE ROUNDS PAISANO!
The next disappointment is how repetitive the gameplay itself is. "Great fighting mechanics" means all of two options: hitting or backstepping. Whereas, "realistic driving" means that your cars handle like boats - and you will still get killed once those 1940's-Detroit death-traps hit a wall or a tree. Realistic? Sure. But fun? Veramente not! All the mini-games and the money-worries are simply too trivial and half-baked to save the day. Fight-by-numbers made it to the big leagues...

NICE SHADES MAN, BUT CAN YOU SEE THROUGH THEM?
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Leon on 26 Jun. 2012
Platform for Display: PC
Mafia II is probably my favorite game of all time, with Red Orchestra 2 being second. Although the game is short, the replayability is there, as there's so much to do around the city.

Vito is a very lovable character, and I found myself getting attached throughout the game. I have played through the story tens of times, and love it even more every time I play.

Defiantly worth playing!

I have the PS3 version, but plan to get it on PC soon.
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24 of 28 people found the following review helpful By S. Davis on 29 Aug. 2010
Platform for Display: PC
Mafia 2 is authentic. Really authentic. Never before have i quite played a game that seemed to depict it's era so perfectly. From the music to the clothes to the cars to the general layout and feel of the world in which it sits - Czech 2k games REALLY went above and beyond the call of duty on detail.

They also go the extra mile on game settings too. There are different handling settings for the cars in the options menu, so if some people dont like the realism of handling cars in the snow, they can change it to arcade and get more grip. It's these little things that really make the game stand out.

However, it's unfortunate that Czech 2k didnt take the same dedication to the overall experience of the game itself.

The game is short. Extremely short. 8-10 hours is the best you can expect of it, and when you put that alongside a game of a similar ilk like Grand Theft Auto 4 with its 30+ possible hours of gameplay, or some of the Bioware RPG titles of 40+ then you see where the feeling of being sold short comes in.

Mafia 2's story is good, if a little stereotypical and obvious, - the missions all felt more bland and cliched than Mafia 1's did - and the real disappointment is the ending comes ALL too soon, and you're left after the not-so-grand-final mission thinking "wait... that was the last mission? Thats the end of the game???"

The story leaves it extremely open and doesnt really give any closure to proceedings, be it to what Vito Scaletta was getting up to nor to his life story.
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