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Mafia III is rated 3.4 out of 5 by 14.
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  • Platform: Xbox One
  • Publisher: 2K
  • Developer: Hangar 13
  • Category: Action , Crime

Product Details:

Collectible map of New Bordeaux Included.

All new character outfits available for free in Mafia III.

Use the brand new wardrobe to select the right outfit for your days and nights in New Bordeaux. 11 outfits are at your disposal, including the all new "Revolutionary," "Pro-Am," "Full Metal," "Business Hours," and "Mr. Clay."

1968. New Bordeaux.
After years of combat in Vietnam, Lincoln Clay knows this truth: family isn't who you're born with, it's who you die for. When his surrogate family, the black mob, is wiped out by the Italian Mafia, Lincoln builds a new family and blazes a path of military-grade revenge through the Mafioso responsible.

  • NEW BORDEAUX, A REIMAGINED NEW ORLEANS: A vast open world ruled by the mob and detailed with the sights and sounds of the era.
  • A LETHAL ANTI-HERO: Be Lincoln Clay, orphan and Vietnam veteran hell bent on revenge for the deaths of his surrogate family
  • REVENGE YOUR WAY: Choose your own play-style; brute force, blazing guns or stalk-and-kill tactics, to tear down the Italian Mafia.
  • A NEW FAMILY ON THE ASHES OF THE OLD: Build a new criminal empire your way by deciding which lieutenants you reward, and which you betray.

I'll make you an offer you can't refuse

Click here to learn more about the Official Strategy Guide

Detailed Maps: Learn the layout of the city to hunt down your enemies and interrogation targets.

Like a Boss: Recruit lieutenants and assign them to specific territories to increase your power and influence.

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Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great Story Great story and characters. Descent sized map to explore. With a good selection of cars and guns. A really fun game to manage ur assets you will meet through out the game. All. Single player no online multi-player.
Date published: 2017-04-16
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Excellent Story The story line behind this game is mind-blowing. Possibly the best story I've ever seen within a video game. The gameplay is good, but could use some improvement. Its a little repetitive at times. All in all, Mafia 3 is an awesome game & it is worth its weight in gold!
Date published: 2016-12-22
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Lags and glitches After playing the game and noticing lagging and constant glitches i searched info about the game. there are a ton of reviews about it glitching, sound not working, freezing, blacking out. Its so bad the the mafia3 game website has a dlc patch that helps with the bugs but nowhere to download it its full of problems. save your money and buy a different game
Date published: 2016-12-21
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great game you must play mafia 2 first One of the best games to play on your own the upgrades that can get for cars like bullet prof tiers and fast speed this game will surprise you I think the game is worth $150 in the game you can be very sneaky or be ready for combat you all so have to make critical discussions that can change the out come of the game I have replayed the game 3 times it think you should get the Xbox one s first for better grafics and gameplay
Date published: 2016-11-27
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Where was the mob? So let me start off by saying the soundtrack to this game is awesome, that being said that was pretty much it for me. This game was one that I was really hoping to be as good as Mafia 2. This time around I never really felt like I was part of the mob, but instead just strictly out for revenge. The characters are well done, voice acting spot on and the lead role character is honestly a great addition. The story line sadly is actually pretty good and I say sadly because the game play doesn't match with the in depth details or interest as the story does. While most games today are repetitive in some nature, this takes the cake as of recent. It's pretty much just running around and acting more like a serial killer than an actual mob leader. I love the melee/knife kills and the controls to fighting aren't bad, but it just never changes. You go to a location, kill all the henchmen and then interrogate the under-boss. Rinse and repeat until the game gives you more story cut scenes. Sadly this game just couldn't keep my interest no matter how good the story got. I felt like going through it was more a chore than something I wanted to do. While yes you have an open world and lets face it most of us went and collected the magazines there honestly wasn't much life or anything to do outside of the main story missions. So in a sense the open world was just an illusion still forcing you to play very narrowly. Sadly this game just didn't meet what I had hoped and in that aspect I think it actually failed in trying to make it's place in the Mafia series. So if you want a good story and compelling characters go ahead and play this game, but keep in mind the game play will probably have you yawning pretty early.
Date published: 2016-11-01
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Lots Of Bugs And/Or Design Flaws I posted another review about gameplay, this review is about known issues with the game. ********#1- The sound refuses to turn on when you quick start your Xbox to play this game. One time it came back on after playing about 15 minutes in silence, but the rest of the times it stayed silent until I restarted the game. ********* #2: There's bugs with the missions, it'll direct you to an objective only to find out that you can't start the mission. Example, you need to steal a boat, drive the cargo to another loading dock, and then bring it home to a racket. But often times that boat doesn't exist even though the blip is directing you to where it's supposed to be. *******#3: Locating objectives on the map through "show on map" is horrible. Half the objectives I've found don't show you where you're supposed to go, I'll click show on map, and nothing. I have to manually browse the entire map to find out where I'm supposed to go. ****** #4: Whoever designed the way perks work needs to be ejected from game design industry. Because in this game, you work hard to obtain perks by taking over rackets and districts, you have 3 associates, and you hand them a district/racket and keep doing that to eventually reach effective perks, but here's the problem, if you build one up to gain its perk, and then you give someone ELSE the next racket, that perk you worked for is gone. So pretty much if you want to keep your perks, you have keep giving ONLY ONE associate all of the rackets, which FYI if you do that, the other 2 turn on you and you're screwed anyway. Also, the path to obtaining certain perks is pathetically vague, let's say you want to get the LMG rifle unlocked, the requirement? Just says "available as a favor from Vito"....are you kidding me? A favor from Vito? Could it be anymore ambiguous? So logic would dictate, must be through giving them rackets and districts right? Nope, I handed over district and racket after district and racket to Vito....still nothing. The design flaws are very rookie status, I wonder if they outsourced the work to another country. ******#5: Customization of weapons is nonexistent. The only upgrade you can get is expanding ammo capacity, stability, etc, which even those perks aren't available until you've reached a certain level of rapport with your associates. They should have made weapon customization a lot more comprehensive, instead you're dealt generic weapons and no creativity. *******#6: There is NO FAST TRAVEL at all. The map is huge, and very very often your objectives send you across the map, it gets frustrating after doing it a hundred times. *******#7: AI is severely flawed. A hit team can come after you right in front of a police precinct filled with cops on the outside of the building, they unload on you all day long and cops don't do anything at all, but if you shoot back? Those same cops instantly converge on you, firing at you the whole time. ********#8: This is just building off of #7, the AI in this game rush you. Which makes absolutely no sense. Remember in Tom Clancy's The Division how there's the enemy usually equipped with a shotgun who once alerted to your presence just walks right up to you even if you're behind cover while firing the whole time? That's exactly what these cops do. Walk right up to you no matter where you are or who you're firing at, no regard for their own defense and completely unrealistic. And in terms of them throwing molotovs or grenades at you? They always have PERFECT AIM, perfect, doesn't matter if you can't even see them, they have professional baseball styled aim...ridiculous. ********#9: The game consistently and randomly shuts off. I'd be in the middle of doing something and all of a sudden the screen goes black and sends you to the Xbox dashboard where you have to go back into the game as if you had just popped into the Xbox, wait through the design companies, title screen, etc. Its done this tons of times to me already and is super frustrating. **********#10: You can call a few associates each with their own function, like an arms dealer, cash pick up, car delivery, etc. But often times you can't utilize them because I'm always getting "Out of range" responses. I'll be on surface streets, non rural areas and I still get the same "sorry man, can't do it now" response. ***********#11: You can't change clothing. You play as Lincoln Clay, and the entire game you have to play in this tan jacket....no customization, no clothing shops [at least GTA lets you change clothes]. **********#12: DLC. It's not exclusive to this game but it's really annoying to have content intentionally withheld so you're forced to shell out half the cost of the game just to play an extra level, and this game is no different. ============ all in all this game is pretty disappointing, but here's the worst part, I'd buy it again. The gaming industry is falling fast, there's less and less new games on the market as it is, and to make matters worse a lot of the spots that should be reserved for sequels or new games are taken up by companies repackaging the old garbage and trying to pass it off as some lame remastered version [which of course it can't even live up to that much]. You game designers need to stop this nonsense if you expect people to continue paying through the nose for next gen consoles. What is the point of shelling out hundreds of dollars if right off the bat, half of the games are going to be repackaged titles that are already owned by everyone on the previous console? Something's not right here and it's getting worse. We're literally paying more for less. I always thought $60 for a new game was ridiculous as it if but fine, it's the way things are. But now? That $60 game is now designed to scale back on content so you're forced to pay the ext $30-60 a pop for the content that should have already been included in the $60 game you just bought. And the insult to injury? Is that the game designers, from the very beginning, output "special" editions to justify charging you even more, I saw one "special edition" game that was charging people $120 for it....my god.......And then they try and smoke and mirror it with platitude buzz words to justify the price hike like "gold edition" or "early enlister" [really Battlefield?], or "early tip off" for sports games....it's almost like they all had a meeting and decided to kill the gaming industry entirely and to price gouge everyone on the way out. Sorry for the long rant, it doesn't take a genius to recognize what's going on and how severely misguided this era of gaming is.
Date published: 2016-10-24
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Mafia III: Not perfect, but very enjoyable The game isn't perfect. If you compare it to GTA 5, you're missing the point of the Mafia franchise. This game isn't meant to compete with the open world of Los Santos: instead, it provides a strong narrative in a period-correct 1968 version of New Orleans; with competent (and fun) gameplay, from great cover-based shooting to car driving that feels appropriate for the cars of 1968, to brutal melee finishers that look and feel powerful. Sound design is excellent (best soundtrack I've ever heard), both in terms of the new music and the liscenced soundtrack (if it's from the 60s, it's here: Credence Clearwater Revival, Jimi Hendrix, the Rolling Stones, etc). Multiple decisions throughout the game's story allow for multiple endings and offer a good bit of replay value. While some might bemoan the lack of a multiplayer, be aware that the focus of the game was in the single player experience, delivering a solid ~25-30 hour campaign if you keep up a steady pace, with many more hours to be spent exploring the gorgeous city of New Bordeaux and collecting period-accurate collectibles (Playboys, pinup paintings, Hot Rod magazines,and a few more). The game is very enjoyable, and with free content updates coming soon (as of 10/18/2016), there's a lot to like in Mafia III if you're a fan of strong narratives and games set in the past; and even more to come.
Date published: 2016-10-19
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Decent But A Bit Too Generic #1: There's no Mafia feel to it at all. Yes you're in 1968 but given the game is called Mafia, you'd think it would be all about being in a Mafia but this particular one, has none of that. | It's not a bad game, it's just not Mafia styled at all. Instead, it mirrors GTA. The feel of the game, the sandbox, the repetitive list of tasks you do over and over in different locations.. | Graphics are fine, sound is a bit buggy though. Whenever I start up the game on fast-start, sometimes it'll work sometimes it won't and when it does work, the sound is gone until you restart the game. | I bought this game the day it came out because there is nothing else out there, game selection has really dropped dead. Instead of new games I'm seeing that the trend now is to repackage old games with pseudo "remastering". This game would be a lot more fun if it actually backed up the gameplay with Godfather style Mafia. My favorite part is when you first turn the game on and it gives you a disclaimer about how it doesn't mean to offend anyone, it put in racism to keep things authentic. Then the text goes on a tirade about how it abhors racism etc etc. I wouldn't recommend this game to someone looking for a Mafia game, but hey if you're just looking for another GTA sandbox, this one is definitely for you.
Date published: 2016-10-17
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