Based on the movie of the same name, Scarface puts you in the role of Tony Montana, a ruthless gangster, during, and after the climactic final scene of the film, in which Tony is holed up in his office with rival drug lord Sosa's agents amassing outside his door. Tony escape's the gun fight, killing his enemies. Now he's left with nothing, his family gone, his friends gone, all he has left is really his balls and his word. He must travel through various locations (Miami, the Bahamas, etc.) and get revenge on Sosa, along the way, rebuilding the Empire he once had and assuming power in 1980s drug-filled Miami. Written by
Did You Know?
The game developers decided that Al Pacino
's current voice was "too old" for this 30-something character, so they gave him full control over his substitute instead, as a part of the "voice and likeness" agreement. This very same agreement also prevents Pacino from lending his voice or likeness to other film-based games, which is why he's not included in the cast of The Godfather
(2006). André Sogliuzzo
was handpicked from a vast selection of voice artists by Pacino himself, to deliver the voice of Tony Montana - who of course was played by Pacino in the film the game is based on, Scarface
(1983). See more
Although the game is set in 1983, quite a few of the songs featured on the soundtrack weren't released until long afterward. See more
[after running down a pedestrian
Goddammit, man... the streets are for cars!
Spun-off from Scarface
Push It To The Limit
Performed by Pete Bellotte See more