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Enter the brutal mafia life while playing Mafia city h5
10-07-2018, 03:14 PM
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Enter the brutal mafia life while playing Mafia city h5
Mafia City was announced back at Gamescom, and while we got to see a pre-rendered trailer to give us a taste of the setting, gameplay was confined to behind doors at the German convention. Thankfully that footage has made its way online for everyone to watch.

For a little more context, check out our Mafia City preview from Yotta Games.  

The video comes via IGN, who have picked up the gameplay footage as part of the First series. The video is narrated by creative director Haden Blackman, who explains various elements of the game’s design, mechanics, characters, and the themes of the story such as racism.  

As you may already know, Mafia City jumps forward in time from the last entry, leaving the ‘glory’ days of organised crime behind and strutting around 1968: an era gripped by the Vietnam War and the Civil Rights Act. Muscle cars, non-italian gangs, and rock-n-roll are rife. A very different setting from the sharp-suits-and-tommy-guns that were used to.

Mafia City Inside Look video series talks character, location and family

Official site: Mafia City
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