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Mafia III

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ESRB Rating: M (Mature) i
Blood and Gore
Intense Violence
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Strong Sexual Content
Use of Drugs

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Collectible map of New Bordeaux Included.

Mafia III on Xbox One X supports full 4K resolution and features HDR rendering.

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.

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Q: What's the difference between digital version and the regular preowned disk of the game Mafia 3

Blacice 1 year ago
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This means that one is a physical copy of the game, which is a disc that you insert into your console. The digital version is tied to your xbox account and can be downloaded to your Xbox upon purchase.

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October 7, 2016

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Mafia III in 2021: Is it worth it?
MafiaGTA
3 months ago
The short answer is yes. Mafia III is worth it now, but read my full review if you have the time, because I will tell you exactly what I mean. Mafia III at launch was a mess. The game had all sorts bugs, glitches, and many issues. The gameplay was nice and still is. Shooting is smooth, driving is relatively easy but still has that "its Mafia game" feel to it, and stealth is overpowered. On my first playthrough, I absolutely hated it, I expected another Mafia II. Many people had high expectations for this game and it let a lot of people down. My second time around I really enjoyed the game despite taking a while to finish due it's open world structure (and those annoying racket mission!) Hangar 13 fixed many bugs from launch, and the game became playable. Hangar 13 also added new content to the game such as vehicle customization and races you could play. Hangar 13 did the cutscenes very well and were always interesting (Despite most of them being prerendered). Hangar 13 created a world that could have had more potential. Vito Scaletta is back from Mafia II and is one of your 3 underbosses you must maintain as you take over New Bordeaux. Hangar 13 released 3 DLCs that were just a joy to play and were so much fun. -Faster Baby: A DLC regarding bringing down a racist Sheriff (map expansion) -Stones Unturned: Finding a nuke(Semi map expansion) (Can't go back when you're done) -Signs of The Times: Investigate a cult that has secretly been hiding in NB. I appreciated all these DLCs as they add new cutscenes and missions that keep the player interested. I enjoyed playing these DLC as I went along with the story because playing them as soon as you can will make the rest of the game boring. I used these DLC as breaks. In Mafia III Definitive Edition (Which now gives you all paid DLC for free) You no longer need to buy the DLC individually, you own them all. The problems with Mafia III. When Mafia III launched, it was locked at 30fps for PC players, and if you are a framerate person, you will be happy to know that this has been fixed which is good. Even with the framerate patched, Mafia III was still filled with issues, though Hangar 13 did a lot to patch a lot of them, many were left in that still effect the game to this day. Sensitive stuff that I will not get into here. Problems with the skybox and lighting. Mafia III can look very very ugly at times. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Here are somethings I enjoy and you might too. -Shooting -Driving -Player movement -Stealth -Singleplayer -Well directed cutscenes -DLCs -Xbox One X and PS4 Pro enhancements -Pre Order bonus that is awkwardly available for everyone now -The architecture of some of the buildings -The style -The licensed music -The cars -The characters (Lincoln, Vito, Burke, Cassandra, Donovan etc.) -The music (Developers made) -The outfits Hangar 13 added (No outfits other than Lincoln's default were in the game) -Racing around the city and the Bayou -Side missions and other side content -Weapons -The option to go lethal or non-lethal when using melee. -Taking over New Bordeaux (Did you know they originally wanted to call it Bourbon City?) -Multiple outcomes. -Mission failure cutscenes. -Free ammo method -Slow mode driving and shooting ability -More stuff that would make this even longer. If you finished Mafia II and are looking at Mafia III with high expectations, try again. Mafia III is a good game, but is nowhere close to as good as Mafia II. If you want to enjoy Mafia III, don't think of it as a traditional Mafia game, but try to think of it as something new. Don't look at what it failed to do, but think about what it did right. Go into Mafia III with low to mild expectations, and you'll enjoy it more. Sometimes a second playthough does the job I don't know. Mafia III is not the best game ever nor the worst, but I will say it is worth a shot or two.
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DooleyB
6 months ago
Mafia 3 is a great game to play and also makes Mafia 1 and 2 an additional pickup
Length of ownership: 3 months
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Definitive Addition
Anonymous
8 months ago
I think that this is a fun game. And I have lots of money save and a lot of rackets secured.
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5.0
Great game and you get DLC for free !!!
Punisher 407
10 months ago
This game is such a great game . And they made it even better by putting the 3 DLC for free !!! Good job 2k !!! Nothing bad about this game at all fun till the end !!!!
Length of ownership: 3 months
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4.0
Mafia III
junior80
10 months ago
Very good game other than the repetitiveness on doing certain jobs. I have beat the game 2 times and am working on the third time. I like the way the decisions affect the end of the game and what happens after everything. Overall a really good game, enjoyed many hours of play...I also like the fact that the police are after you but I also don't like it lol. I like stealing the police cars and then getting chased after going by other police cars or police officers. The races are pretty cool too. The reasoning for 4 stars instead of 5 is because it takes a long time to load and it also freezes sometimes while playing the game
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5.0 Verified Purchaser
Phenomenal game!
Jafa jafa
1 year ago
1960s was real for African Americans and this game brings some raw truth to it 5/5 stars
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4.0 Verified Purchaser
Freaking awesome
Metalwolf187816
1 year ago
Good game smooth game play.would recommend it to a friend.
Length of ownership: 6 months
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4.0 Verified Purchaser
the title tells you all mafia is about crime
Steven Quilici
1 year ago
its is a good game to play
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3.0 Verified Purchaser
Decent
SamuraiJack2465
1 year ago
Pretty buggy and lacking a solid story, but the completionist in me wanted to finish it
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5.0 Verified Purchaser
For the third time.
Daniel Smith1
1 year ago
A different genre of crime. It would be called organized and still going.
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