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.
An Offer You Can't Refuse
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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
Just lie here Pop. Just lie here. I'll take care of you now. I'm with you now... I'm with you.
Don Vito Corleone
[Brando's last recording
You know, it's a lot of foolishness about this Sollozzo business. It's so unfortunate, it's really unnecessary. Gave him my 'no' with common courtesy. I told him his business would not interfere with mine. And uh, he wouldn't take it right. I know the Tattaglia family has brought down misfortune on our own heads. Well, that's life. Everybody's got their own tale of sorrow.
Referenced in Jeopardy!: Episode #22.34
The Godfather Waltz
Composed by Nino Rota See more