Jackie Estacado is now the Don of the Franchetti crime family. A brotherhood seeks the Darkness' powers for themselves using the Siphon, created to ensnare the Darkness by an entity known as the Angelus.

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Jackie Estacado (voice)
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The Darkness (voice)
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Jenny (voice)
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Victor (voice)
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Giorgio / Additional Voices (voice)
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Angelus / Venus / Additional Voices (voice)
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Frank / Additional Voices (voice)
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Inugami / Additional Voices (voice)
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Muttley / Additional Voices (voice)
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Jackie Estacado is now the Don of the Franchetti crime family. A brotherhood seeks the Darkness' powers for themselves using the Siphon, created to ensnare the Darkness by an entity known as the Angelus.

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There is a stack of The Darkness comic books on Jackie's bedside table during the asylum scenes. See more »

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Referenced in Show of the Week: 2012 Year in Review (2012) See more »

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Vesti La Giubba
Performed by Mario Lanza
Written by Ruggero Leoncavallo
Courtesy of Hasmick International Limited
All Rights Reserved. Used by Permission
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Decent, but not as good as the first.
17 December 2015 | by (South Africa) – See all my reviews

The Darkness 2 made some major changes, some good some bad. Among these, Brian Bloom replacing Kirk Acevedo for Jackie, a new shading for the visuals which made it more sharp and with a comic-book vibe that its predecessor lacked, alterations to the demon powers which were more smooth but felt downgraded and a villain that sadly didn't live up to the rest of the game. The most interesting feature was the collectibles, which act as occult artifacts you can collect and display, each having its own unique history, encouraging you to explore every nook and cranny for these interesting objects. The side quests are done away with and everything feels more linear, which is a bit disappointing. Jackie's mansion which also serve as the hub of the game is a nice touch and shows how much has changed though. Oddly, Darkness 2 feels shorter in length than the first game and is less imaginative, but it remains a solid sequel worth a look, despite its shortcomings.


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