Irish mobsters, Ku-Klux-Klan racists, a mysterious business man from the far-east and a beautiful Japanese woman – it’s time for another episode in the life of The Boss!
It’s a story from a time when love was more important than keeping your cool. In “The Japanese Incentive” add-on, experience an all-new campaign and enjoy a wealth of gameplay improvements. Take on a challenging new AI and set Atlantic City on fire with this brand new expansion for Omerta – City of Gangsters that includes lethal new weapons, expansive maps, engaging characters and more.
All new! - Play an exciting new campaign with unique characters, storylines and cut scenes
Explore, then Dominate - Discover districts of Atlantic City and its outskirts not yet seen in Omerta – City of Gangsters
Kill it with fire - new weapons include the Katana, flamethrower and machine gun
The gang’s all here - Hire additional henchmen whose special new traits will help make quick work of your foes
Outsmart a new challenger - Battle for the city against a fully autonomous enemy gang AI
Pick a wheelman - Plan fantastic heists, then use sexy sports cars and armored cars for getaways
It’s all business - Take over new buildings like the security agency and the auto shop and put them to criminal use
Watch the world burn - Set the battlefield ablaze with a unique new “fire” feature, which makes the most of the new flamethrower weapon
The Japanese Incentive is really surprising as far as DLC goes and is far better than the main game. It makes the game feel completely different and adds a lot more than the other DLCs. While the other ones add one weapon and maybe one level at best, this adds 12 new missions to do with 3 new really awesome weapons to play with, machine gun, flamethrower and katana. That's as much, or maybe even more, content than in the main game itself and not only that, but it is far better than vanilla. While the graphics and sound are pretty much identical, the story is much stronger and better, with much more interesting characters, giving pretty hilarious mix. Overall, if you played Omerta and felt disappointed, this DLC makes this game really worth it. Recommended.
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