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Mafia 3 review: An amazing story and world married to uninspired mission design

Mafia 3 has a lot going for it but almost as much against it. Mafia 3’s framing device is pretty damn smart. The game opens not with the protagonist in the present day, but with people who knew him talking about the events of the game decades later. These interview segments are occasionally cut back […]
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