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Today’s selection of articles from Kotaku’s reader run community: Mafia III: Great Story, By-The-Boo

Entertainment / Video Games : Kotaku

Today’s selection of articles from Kotaku’s reader run community: Mafia III: Great Story, By-The-Books Gameplay • “In The Shadow of Greatness’: A Spotlight on Final Fantasy XIV’s Music And Composer • [MMORPG] Final Fantasy XIV: Heav...

Mafia III Promises An Open World That You Can Actually Change, Ever So Slightly

Entertainment / Video Games : Kotaku

Mafia III, due out later this year on consoles and PC, has a few interesting things going for it. It’s a crime story set in a fictionalized version of 1960s New Orleans. It has a black protagonist. Here’s a less obvious distinctive ...

Mafia III review: how can a super stylish 1960s shooter be this boring?

Entertainment / Video Games : Guardian Games Blog

Excellent script, great voice acting and convincing animations bring the game to life – but they can’t redeem the terminal repetitiveness of the gameplay America in the 1960s: a presidential assassination, landmark rights movements,...

Mafia 3 Review: Beauty Tied Down To An Anvil

Entertainment / Video Games : Shack News

Open world games have become a bit of a staple over the past few years, with big titles like The Witcher 3 and Grand Theft Auto V changing up how we view these massive games. Mafia 3 aspires to be similar, offering players a look at...

Review: Impressive storytelling can’t get ‘Mafia III’s tired gameplay off the hook

Technology : Yahoo: Tech

“Mafia III” has a beautiful narrative, but repetitive gameplay. The reason I bring this up is that no game in recent memory storms out of the gate as explosively as 2K’s “Mafia III.” Over its first several hours, it’s a captivating ...

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