Live the life of Vito Scaletta, a small-time gangster with plenty of ambition and a talent for taking care of business. As Vito rises through the ranks of a powerful mob family, he discovers that life as a wise guy is as dangerous as it is glamorous.
In a gripping and stylish action adventure, Vito must prove himself an efficient enforcer, a skilled getaway driver and a reliable hit-man. Set in a mythic post-war America, Mafia II: Director’s Cut tells an intense story of friendship, loyalty, betrayal and revenge.
From the mean streets of Little Italy and Chinatown to the dizzying heights of its glittering skyline, find out if you have what it takes to be somebody in the city of Empire Bay.
Immerse yourself in a violent criminal underworld in an all-consuming quest to become a man of honour.
Navigate the dangerous twists and turns of an intricate plot played out in a spectacularly cinematic recreation of the 1940s and 50s.
Lead the line in lethal shootouts, brutal hand-to-hand combat and tense stealth missions.
Shoot the breeze with a rogue’s gallery of intriguing characters brought to life by outstanding voice-acting.
Get behind the wheel of lovingly modelled period cars and burn rubber in white-knuckle chases.
Play along to an evocative soundtrack of hit songs from the most popular crooners of the age.
Get the full package! Mafia II: Director’s Cut is the definitive mob game, containing all the DLC and expansion packs, totaling over 12 hours of additional full-on gameplay.
I dont know somebody would like GTA better that game has a lame story and makes no sense. this game has a great story of the gangster vito scalleta and if you want free play just load a chapter and you can do what ever the hell you want to do
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Wise guys say …
by arashiyama, England - Mar 11th 2013
There's no doubt what the attraction of "the life" was to the men who were attracted to the easy money, fast cars, and thrills of doing "favours" for powerful men in shadowy places and getting the big rewards. Throughout the game however, the foreshadowing of the RICO act, smashing the networks of wise guys, grows steadily, and the ending, where the ultimate choices - and their consequences - are laid out for the player, makes this not just a fun romp of nostalgia, guns and italian food, but also a thoughtful commentary on choices made in life, and having to live with the after effects.
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A Flawed Masterpiece
by Whatthe, Canada - Mar 20th 2012
A great game. With Director's Cut you get all the DLC plus the story. That includes clothes, cars and different stories such as Joe's and Jimmy's.
In my opinion the game is great. Details, physics and good graphics really make this a top Mac Game. Though I am running a 2010 Macbook Pro with 2.66 Ghz Intel Core 2 Duo and at times it will lag. It is overall smooth but when looking around I found that it lagged a bit. But I am also using a crappy mouse so that may be the problem.
It's really amazing and even though it is not as open world as GTA you can explore the city, go on rampages, rob stores and piss off the cops to your hearts content. I definitely recommend it.
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