Mafia Triple Pack: Experience three generations of gritty, critically-acclaimed organized crime stories.
Mafia: It's 1930. After an inadvertent brush with the mafia, cabdriver Tommy Angelo is reluctantly thrust into the world of organized crime. As he rises through the ranks, the paydays keep getting bigger, but becoming a Made Man will leave him more conflicted than ever with the new life he has chosen.
Mafia II: Returning to Empire Bay from World War II, Vito Scaletta has started to make a name for himself on the streets as someone who can be trusted to get a job done. Together with his buddy Joe, he is quickly escalating up the family ladder with crimes of larger reward, status and consequence, but life as a wise guy isn't quite as untouchable as it seems.
Mafia III: 1968. New Bordeaux. After years of combat in Vietnam, Lincoln Clay knows this truth: family isn't who you're born with, it's who you die for. When his surrogate family, the black mob, is betrayed and wiped out by the Italian Mafia, Lincoln builds a new family on the ashes of the old and blazes a path of military-grade revenge and redemption through the Mafioso responsible.
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Compatibility notice: Windows 8 and above require DirectPlay. Windows XP 64-bit is not supported.
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Mafia is a well known series, well received, but at the same time little obscure, that comes and goes. First Mafia game, for a time, was pretty good game and something different, because it wasn't as insane or out of this world as GTA, but placed more in reality. While at the time graphics were fine, nowadays it doesn't look that spectacular and the game itself didn't age well, be it either by today's standards, or even when it came out, because the game was slaughtered in sales by Grand Theft Auto: Vice City, best entry in the entire series (which aged better). Considering the fact that some of the music got cut, because of the licenses expiring, the game lost a lot of its atmosphere, making the game worth playing only for the story and only if you won't get turned off by the graphics. The game was critically acclaimed back in the day, but it faded away into obscuirty and got missing for 8 years. In the mean time, from EA, we got excellent The Godfather game that was heavily inspired by Mafia, but that's pretty much it as far as heritage of Mafia goes. Sadly, none of the later Mafia games reached that level of excellency. Mafia 2 wasn't amazing game gameplay-wise, because it was safe third person shooter with cover mechanics with non-existent AI, no open-world, making the game incredibly linear action game that felt pretty short, because it was a game for 10-12 hours. Not that bad for a action game, but pretty weak in comparison to any GTA game. However, the graphics faired better than in the original and story is actually pretty decent with some really awesome moments, like first 7-8 chapters (prison chapter is actually awesome), with superb voice acting, that might be considered one of the best voice work in video game history. After Mafia 2, the series disappeared again for 6 years (see what I mean with the series coming and going?), and we got Mafia 3. Mafia 3 is not that bad of a game and it didn't get a fair shake, but that doesn't mean it is great. There was a lot of hate for it, but they had a good idea for the game, but what killed it was execution. Story is sadly meh and it only shines in act I up to bank heist, then you start act 2 and games goes downhill from there. Graphics were incredibly meh and buggy, with incredibly bad PC port (that thankfully got fixed to a degree), but OST had fine selection. Shame that the game turned out average, because if it only had few months more for dev time, it could've been actually really good. Overall, Mafia series is a one that didn't get a love it deserved when the first game came out, but at the same time got acclaim that series didn't deserve after first game. If the pack is on sale, grab it, because it has 2 good games and one that deserves a fair shake and has some potential to be fun.
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