Mafia II DLC: Renegade Pack
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Show off your inner renegade in this new DLC pack. Start with 2 new cars, one with the slick styling and tight handling of a small sports coupe and the other with the revved up engine of a 50s hot rod. Outfit Vito in 2 new suits including leather and lettermen’s jackets to fit his renegade persona.
No.jeyko | Sept. 21, 2012 | See all jeyko's reviews »
And here comes yet another fully useless DLC. Same as the Vegas and Warhero packs, it adds two new cars and outfits. These are actually really sexy cars, compared to the other DLC ones. But three dollars is not worth it in my opinion.
Adds nothing to the gamepanz3r88 | Aug. 3, 2012 | See all panz3r88's reviews »
Many Mafia 2 DLC are only pack that contain only some cars and outfits. Only people that want to have everything of a game will buy it. For the same price you can buy full games, it's better to avoid these useless pack with no additional modes or gameplay
Even More DLCIganX | July 22, 2011 | See all IganX's reviews »
This DLC can seem pointless, for it adds a pair of cars and some clothing to the game, and nothing more. The price is high enough for the content it adds, so if you are a Mafia II fan go ahead and try it, but in any other case I wouldn't recommend it.
Wastehotmando1 | June 23, 2011 | See all hotmando1's reviews »
I don't get this, why do they sell cars as if they're selling actual content packs? Two cars don't make much of a difference. But really, three dollars? As great as the cars may be, they don't equal up three dollars. Not even digital clothing.
Mehawesomedude2306 | May 4, 2011 | See all awesomedude2306's reviews »
I've always appreciated Mafia 2 for it's dark, stylish sense of class, it's violent swings in mood and the overall feel of the game. This DLC pack really doesn't add much to the pack at all. You get two new cars that handle less like rolling freight trains and more like uncontrollable rockets. If you can get control of the cars, they're a breeze to ride, but the fact that you need to turn on the speed limiter with these hot rods kind of defeats the purpose of having them. The additional clothing is like the rest of this package: meh.