Bring a taste of old school Vegas to Empire Bay as you cruise through the town in 2 new cars with smooth handling and timeless lines. Vito shows his Vegas style in 2 new suits inspired by the period.
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The Vegas pack is just another usual skin pack. And it's as bad as the War Hero packs. You get two cars and outfits. Three dollars for this is just outrageous. It's probably the publisher pushing the devs to make more DLC, but still, this is just bad.
Mafia II Vegas Pack DLC adds two new cars and two new suits to the game. Jefferson Futura (aka Lincoln Futura) is my favorite car in-game due to it's stylish looks. Pair it up with included Cowboy suit and you will have a great combo. Since it doesn't add anything to gameplay, the DLC might not be worth the full price, but if it's on sale, you should get it to enhance your Mafia II experience further.
This is one of the many DLC of Mafia 2 to avoid because there is not additional gameplay or game modes. It's better to wait for discounts and buy good full games for the same price
This is the DLC (about the add of new cars and suits) who I prefer. I like one car and one suit of this DLC, but I don't agree with the amount of useless DLC. They could put all this stuff directly on the game. I recommend to buy this DLC when it will cost less, or when it will be on discount. It isn't a great loss if you don't buy it.
Just as what happens with many of Mafia II DLC, the content is small compared to the price. Two Cars and two suits, as cool as they can be, aren't worth the price they have. If you absolutely love them or want more clothes and cars in your game, give it a try, though I felt a bit disappointed with this DLC pack.
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