- Piattaforma: PlayStation 3
- Tipologia: Videogioco
- Quantità articolo: 1
2K Mafia II, PS3, ESP PlayStation 3 Spanish video game - Video Games (PS3, ESP, PlayStation 3, Action, M (Mature))
- Include tutti i contenuti scaricabili disponibili per la standard Edition, aggiungendo più del doppio gioco originale. Dotato di nuove storie, nuovi personaggi giocabili, e nuove missioni con classifica city-based sfide.
- I giocatori potranno essere immerso in dell' Era d' oro dell' America come Mafia II presenta tracce di alcuni dei più influenti artisti dell' epoca
- Con un forte, autentica caratterizzazione preminenti e narrativo, la trama matura che vi farà capire il Pull e impossibile Escape Of Life in the MOB
- partecipare a effettuati scontri sparatorie, combattimenti corpo a corpo e, formando un intenso ed emozionante esperienza
- 2 K Czech del motore di nuova generazione, permette ai giocatori di viaggiare da ambienti esterni per design sviluppato interni senza la necessità di tempi di caricamento
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A petty criminal his whole life, Vito, along with his childhood friend Joe, descends into the world of organised crime. Together, they will work to prove themselves to the Mafia as they try to make their names on the streets.
Developed by 2K Czech, Mafia II is a beautifully crafted look into the dark and unforgiving world of organised crime. Expanding on the original hit that captivated more than two million gamers around the world, Mafia II takes players deeper into the Mafia with a mature and exciting experience that will immerse players like never before.
Developer: 2K Czech
ESRB rating: M (Mature)
Language version: Spanish
PEGI rating: 18
Platform: PlayStation 3
Release date (DD/MM/YYYY): 27.08.2010
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Even after all these years this game is still pretty enjoyable & story is pretty well written almost seems like movie material. Graphics are pretty advanced for the time this game came out & driving seems pretty realistic. Only thing I wish this game had was more free roam after campaign. Also there seems to be no way to get the DLCs on PSN. Used to have the game on Xbox 360 which included DLCs but decided to get it on PS3 this time around.
There’s at least 5 DLCs from what I can remember that my Xbox copy came with; Vegas pack Hero pack Jimmy’s Vendetta, & Joes Adventures. My coppy only came with Jimmy’s Vendetta but really wanted the Vegas & Heros DLCs because they came with several unique cars & outfits.
Mafia II avoids beings just a GTA clone set in the past by telling a great mob life story and adding a few interesting game mechanics of its own. The story is extremely well done, very cinematic and reminiscent of Goodfellas and A Bronx Tale among other great mob movies. The cutscenes weave the story nicely with the gameplay, never becoming over long or too convoluted.
The controls are great and the graphics and sound are very good. Period correct art direction and cars totally immerse you into the time period. The voice acting is generally well done, some cliche "Italian mobster" voice work is of course present but the lead character Vito and his pal Joe are voiced solidly. A personal favorite is the hard nosed Steve, a side boss character named Derek's right hand man. The voice actors tone is hilarious and his insults and taunts towards the greaser gang you battle on one chapter made me guffaw several times. The music throughout the game is excellent, the score is very moody and appropriate to the material and the radio stations feature songs from the eras represented in the story (mid '40's WWII big band to '50's pop). One minor nitpick is the inclusion of Buddy Holly, Chuck Berry and Bo Diddly songs when the games timeframe cuts off in the early '50's and doesn't include the late '50's rock and roll era. This is forgiven when you consider how cool it is to speed down the road during a mission with "Tequila" on the radio.
Mafia II was released in August of 2010 when developers still had trouble making multiplatform games for the PS3 have 100% parity with the Xbox 360 versions. For the majority of developers the Cell processor of the PS3 was difficult to program for, so PlayStation fans like myself were often left with the inferior version of multiplat games. The Cell has been proven to be more powerful than the Xbox 360's architecture, and games like The Last of Us show just how great PS3 games can look and during the last 2 or 3 years the gap between PS3 and 360 versions has disappeared, if anything multiplat PS3 games look better on average now (see GTA V, etc.) . 2010 was still early in the 7th generation however so Mafia II suffers a bit on PS3. I've read some blood pooling effects and clothing textures and movement are different but the main thing I noticed was increased screen tearing during fast camera pans, etc. It's not a deal breaker by any means but it is there.
It is very ironic that for the 7th generation Microsoft's console, the 360, had the better multiplatform games for several years and now for this new 8th console generation the PlayStation 4 has the clear upper hand over the Xbox One in multiplatform games.
Aside from the minimal screen tearing Mafia II is an excellent game. It has a great story, great action gun battles and cool period correct cars to drive. Especially at the budget pricing the game has now, I can't recommend it more for anyone who digs open world games.
The game is very linear, you have one mission, and once you complete it you can move onto the next. Sure, you have a whole city to cruise around, but there's no side missions to discover, so "Exploring" is pointless. Although it is fun to just drive around, and listen to the radio, because the music in the game is FANTASTIC.
Despite the linear nature of the game, the storyline is pretty fantastic, and follows Vito through the 40's and 50's as he rises from an associate to a made man. You get to witness his rise and fall, and while he is a bad guy, you still care about him and can sympathize with the main character.
Once you finish the game, there's no real free roam though, but there IS the DLC, which to be honest are very poor. They don't play much like the main game, and are mainly text based missions, that are more action oriented and have stricter time limits. They only useful purpose of these DLC is to serve as a Freeroam, and just muck around with the poorly constructed missions. The DLC is included with the game free, so while they stink, it doesn't impact the main game in any way.