As fans of the original, and as a game we fondly remember playing back when it first made its debut - in the year 2002 - we've been looking forward to the Mafia: Definitive Edition release for some time. A built from the ground-up remake that looks stunning and doesn't disappoint.
Mafia: Definitive Edition feels more like a Director’s Cut than cinematic remake. One of the good ones too, like Francis Ford Coppola’s Apocalypse Now Redux and not some weird alternate universe jam where aliens show up like in James Cameron’s extended version of The Abyss. That statement is a fairly loaded one, and a little ambiguous-slash-misleading.
Our Full Mafia: Definitive Edition Review
Any public transport? The trams & such?
visually only... lost heaven's upgrade is mostly set dressing as per the original
there's a short-and-sweet article on the playstation blog that describes, albiet not in any great depth, how the game was remade.
my hope for a remake or reboot for this game from having played the original briefly: my uncle has led a fairly large architecture firm in Chicago since the early 90's and so i see a lot of the town planned building modernisation by their website. a gameplay feature that plays through time akin to something like the movie Tenant would have been great, but i understand now that this is a visual remake and not exactly a sequal or next chapter.
the third mafia was pretty bad :(
worst dialogue in a computer game evar.
Have they fixed all the garbage and bugs that were in the original? Coz I wanna play GTA mafioso edition!