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Highly anticipated game 'Mafia III' has some hilarious glitches

"Mafia III" is out this week, and based on the 10 or so hours I've played so far, it's pretty good! Its fictional version of 1968 New Orleans is a joy to drive around in, its handling of racial tension is bold, and the story is keeping me hooked. But the game has also been pretty messed up for lots of players in the days following its release. Fortunately, it appears to mostly be in humorous ways.
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