You play a 1930s mobster as you act out your confession of your rise in the ranks of organized crime.

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Cast

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Tommy (voice) (as Mike Sorvino)
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Paulie (voice) (as William Demeo)
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Salieri (voice) (as George Dicenzo)
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Sam (voice)
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Frank (voice)
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Vincenzo (voice)
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Ralph / Lucas Bertone (voice)
David O'Brien ...
Norman (voice) (as David O'Brian)
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Sarah (voice)
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Morello (voice)
Paul Scannapieco ...
Luigi (voice)
Ray DeMattis ...
Yellow Pete (voice) (as Ray de Mattis)
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Vito Scaletta (voice)
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Mark Gomez ...
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Storyline

In 1938, a respected mafioso named Tommy Angeleo makes contact with a police detective to what he never thought he would do, tell his story for the police. In his memories, you play Tommy as you rise from an ordinary taxi driver to a respected member of the local mob and sink into the cycle of violence and betrayal. Written by Kenneth Chisholm <kchishol@rogers.com>

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28 August 2002 (USA)  »

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Trivia

In Mission 8, entitled "The Whore", the player is sent to a hotel called 'The Corleone', a reference to the crime family empire in the movie The Godfather (1972). See more »

Quotes

Paulie: You drive worse than Sam here!
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Connections

References Léon: The Professional (1994) See more »

Soundtracks

Manoir de mes rêves
Written by Django Reinhardt
Performed by Django Reinhardt and The Quintet of The Hot Club de France
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Like an interactive movie.
2 March 2004 | by (Adelaide, Australia) – See all my reviews

I originally got Mafia for my PC but it wasn't powerful enough to run it properly, now in 2004 I've got it for the PS2 and I just finished it today. I miss it already, it's been there ready to tell the next chapter of Tommy Angelo's story for the past 5 days. There are a lot of missions, but like chapters in a good book, I wish there were more. There's a lot of good games coming out of Europe lately, first Hitman (Denmark), then Max Payne (Finland), and now Mafia out of the Czech Republic. Lets hope there are more.

Mafia almost literally transports you to 30's prohibition-era Chicago (the city the town depicted in Mafia is based on) with slow cars, hats, and tommy guns. It's a little bit like Grand Theft Auto in the style of play, and like "It Came from the Desert" in its historical richness.

If you have a PS2 or high-spec PC it would be a crime to pass up this game.


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