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Irish unionists want Mafia 3 banned for "sick glamorisation of terrorism"

Irish unionists have called for Mafia 3 to be banned for "glorifying" IRA bombing. Mafia 3, developed by 2K studio Hangar 13, is set in 1968 in the city of New Bordeaux, a fictional recreation of New Orleans. Unionists are upset over a number of aspects of the open world gangster game, (there is dialogue in the main story about Irish Republican politics), but they're particularly angry about a mission in which players steal cars to be used by bombers in Belfast.
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