The Mafia Trilogy is, at the very least, two pretty good games and one not very good game for the price of one game. It’s certainly got a lot of content for the price, and there is plenty of fun to be had, if you’re into the very specific thing that they’re selling. I may be being too harsh to the second game here, but it certainly doesn’t help that the company it keeps make it look so much worse by comparison.
SummaryExperience the definitive organized crime saga
FAMILY. POWER. RESPECT.
Live the life of a gangster across three distinct eras of organized crime in America.
MAFIA: DEFINITIVE EDITION
WHEN ALL IS NOT WHAT IT SEEMS
Lost Heaven, 1930. While scraping by as a hardworking cab driver, Tommy Angelo has an inadvertent brush with the Mafia th...