Set in New York from 1945-1955, Players will join the Corleone family as "soliders" and work their way up the ranks through loyalty, fear, and any number of illegal activities. The goal is to become Don of your own mafia family.


(characters), (story) | 1 more credit »

Comic-Con 2017: All Aboard the IMDboat


July 20 to 23, 2017

Get entertainment news, trailer drops, and photos with IMDb's coverage of 2017 San Diego Comic-Con featuring host and IMDboat captain Kevin Smith, including Saturday's live event.

Browse Our Guide to Comic-Con

1 win. See more awards »





Cast overview, first billed only:
Tom Hagen (voice)
Sonny Corleone (voice)
Rocco / Sgt. Joe Galtosino (voice) (as Mike Dobson)
Luca Brasi (voice)
Monk Malone (voice)
Frankie Malone (voice)
Michael (voice) (as Joe May)
Sollozzo (voice)
Fredo Corleone (voice)
Rosa (voice)
Paulie Gatto (voice) (as Tony Alacanta)


Set in New York from 1945-1955, Players will join the Corleone family as "soliders" and work their way up the ranks through loyalty, fear, and any number of illegal activities. The goal is to become Don of your own mafia family.

Plot Summary | Plot Synopsis


An Offer You Can't Refuse See more »


M | See all certifications »

Parents Guide:





Release Date:

24 March 2006 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

The Godfather: The Game  »

Company Credits

Show detailed on  »

Technical Specs


See  »

Did You Know?


Before his death, Marlon Brando recorded a small amount of dialogue to reprise his character, Don Vito Corleone. He was very enthusiastic about this work, was fascinated with the technology involved, and approved of his character's representation in the game. Unfortunately, due to his poor health only one of his recordings made it into the game. The oxygen tank he needed to breathe was audible on the track. The only scene that actually uses Brando's voice was the scene in the hospital. When you approach Don Vito in his hospital bed, he gives a short speech about Sollozzo. Clips of Brando's voice taken from the film are used in some scenes. Doug Abrahams, who also voiced Clemenza and Woltz in the game, was cast specifically for his ability to mimic Brando, and also acted as a dialect coach. See more »


Peter Clemenza does not age nor change his clothes in nearly 20 years (1936-1955). See more »


Salvatore 'Sal' Tessio: [as The Player Trapani chases him in order to kill him] Come on! We were friends.
See more »


Version of The Godfather (1991) See more »


Love Theme from The Godfather
Composed by Nino Rota
See more »

Frequently Asked Questions

This FAQ is empty. Add the first question.

User Reviews

An offer you can and should refuse
29 March 2006 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Grand theft auto spawned a whole new generation of free form, sandbox game. From Streets of LA to Mafia. This is EA's take on the subject using The Godfather for limited inspiration.

The game itself is very lacklustre and anyone who has played similar games will immediately see that this is a very poor example of both how to make a game and how to use what is solid gold subject matter. Considering the quality of the original film it seems surprising that this game made it out the door.

The graphics are no better - and in fact worse than Mafia even though this game was released some 3 years ago. In a similar vein the city is a dog to drive around and to make matters worse the cars are some of the worst ever done in a game of this type.

The actual game itself is over far far far too quickly. Whereas similar titles have some 50 to a 100 levels the Godfather gives a meagre 25 and most of these are either small or taken up at the start as tutorial missions. The remainder are usually just generic missions with only a few relating to the film.

Action in the game is equally bothersome. At times it seems as though enemies are either made of wet tissue paper or are full on bullet proof. You will very often find yourself cursing at the screen because a mobster takes 5 magnum hits to the chest and takes you down with one seemingly devastating long range shotgun blast. The only saving grace is the style that you get to execute some finishing moves; with names such as hats off execution or Face-off execution.

All in all this is not worth the time or money. Its just a lazy way for EA to cash in on a game area that they have no expertise in. Rent the game, borrow it or play it at a friends. mafia handles the same subject of 1940's gangsters better and Grand theft auto gives you far more too do and gives you a hell of a lot more fun while you do it.


13 of 92 people found this review helpful.  Was this review helpful to you?

Contribute to This Page

Create a character page for: