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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 05:14pm 23/07/10 | 6 Comments
At our recent trip out to San Francisco to check out Mafia II in-depth, we had a chance to sit down with Jack Scalici, Director of Creative Production for 2K Games to talk about Mafia 2, along with his involvement in the game, and how they hope it will stand out in the increasingly populating world of open-world gaming.

In the interview Jack talks about the differences between the consoles and PC versions of the game, crafting a lead character like Vito, casting unknown voices to fill the Mafia II character shoes, creating a linear narrative set within an open-world, driving, the game's 10-year time-span and much, much more.

You can download the video here, or watch it embedded below. And stay tuned for a full transcript coming soon if you want to save your precious bandwidth.

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Posted 05:34pm 23/7/10
Did you ask about how he felt with the region pricing that has happened recently on steam?
Steve Farrelly
Posted 05:34pm 23/7/10
watch it and find out :)
Posted 05:44pm 23/7/10
Any word on the differences between steam vs box copy?
Posted 06:21pm 23/7/10
Excellent interview Steve...definately one of the best ive seen with Jack :)
Posted 11:07pm 23/7/10
Nice one steve, i dig your interviewing style.
Posted 11:57pm 23/7/10
Video doesn't play past 1/2 way for me, about the same time the mobile phone noise kicks in... hmm
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