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Post by Dan @ 03:38pm 15/01/09 | 5 Comments
2K Games have sent along a new trailer for Mafia 2, the upcoming free-roaming action sequel set in a fictional 1940's New York/San Fransisco hybrid.

Today's clip is another in-game cut-scene style video that doesn't provide a whole lot of insight into the game's characters or storyline, but it still looks pretty cool. Check it out right here on AusGamers.

Mafia 2 is due for an Australian Spring release on PC, Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3.












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trog
Posted 03:43pm 15/1/09
I would like to see what happens if anyone laughed at Tony Soprano if he took his mother to church@!@#
d^
Posted 05:49pm 15/1/09
looks awesome
maxe
Posted 06:06pm 15/1/09
DON SALIERI SENDS HIS REGARDS



looks like the same church from the first one, hope the re-include that sick jump over the hudson river or whatever river it was
Crakaveli
Posted 01:50am 16/1/09
Can't wait for this game.

Gonna be Awesome
scooby
Posted 06:49am 16/1/09
paulie!
loved the original, this looks sweet - set in the 30s or 40s by the looks?
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