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Mafia: The City of Lost Heaven (2002)

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 overview, first billed only:
Tommy (voice) (as Mike Sorvino)
Paulie (voice)
Salieri (voice)
Sam (voice)
Frank (voice)
Vincenzo (voice)
Ralph / Lucas Bertone (voice)
David O'Brien ...
Norman (voice) (as David O'Brian)
Sarah (voice)
Morello (voice)
Ray DeMattis ...
Yellow Pete (voice) (as Ray de Mattis)
Paul Scannapieco ...
Luigi (voice)
Vito Scaletta (voice)
Mark Gomez ...


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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After completing the race, it lists the names of the opponent drivers. The names are taken from notable heavy/death metal musicians, such as Mark "Barney" Greenway of Napalm Death, Chris Barnes of Cannibal Corpse, Page Hamilton of Helmet, or Kirk Windstein of Crowbar. See more »


Thomas 'Tommy' Angelo: Hey, you Dick?
Big Dick: Dick? My name's BIG Dick!
Thomas 'Tommy' Angelo: Aha, sure... I got this package from Lucas, Dick!
Big Dick: Great, anyone tail you?
Thomas 'Tommy' Angelo: I don't think so, no.
Big Dick: Yeah? Then who are those guys?
[Points to a couple of men with Tommyguns coming right at them]
Thomas 'Tommy' Angelo: Shit!
Big Dick: So, show 'em what you got.
Thomas 'Tommy' Angelo: You too, Big Dick!
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References Goodfellas (1990) See more »


You Run Your Mouth And I'll Run My Business, Brother
Written by Lil Armstrong
Performed by Louis Jordan and His Tympany Five
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6 September 2004 | by See all my reviews

Yes, this is an awesome game. I hope you decided to buy it. I want this company making more games like this one.

Great graphics, voice acting straight from actors from Goodfellas and the Sopranos (those Czechs were smart to get top-quality voice acting), atmospheric music you can listen to for the entire game and not get sick of.

The physics used in the way the cars and weapons work is really top notch - totally realistic. The AI was very good. The storyline is the best I've seen in an action game (and I've been playing them for years). This was a really polished product.

There are a few things people might not like: a linear plot, your game is saved automatically at points throughout the mission, but you can't autosave yourself. These things hardly bothered me at all, because I got sucked into the story, and the autosaves were frequent enough at logical locations.

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