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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.

Director:

Daniel Vávra

Writer:

Daniel Vávra
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Cast

Cast overview:
Michael Sorvino ... Tommy (voice) (as Mike Sorvino)
William DeMeo ... Paulie (voice)
George DiCenzo ... Salieri (voice)
Matt Servitto ... Sam (voice)
Dan Grimaldi ... Frank (voice)
John Tormey ... Vincenzo (voice)
Jeff Gurner Jeff Gurner ... Ralph / Lucas Bertone (voice)
David O'Brien David O'Brien ... Norman (voice) (as David O'Brian)
Cara Buono ... Sarah (voice)
John Doman ... Morello (voice)
Ray DeMattis Ray DeMattis ... Yellow Pete (voice) (as Ray de Mattis)
Paul Scannapieco Paul Scannapieco ... Luigi (voice)

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Storyline

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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Certificate:

M | See all certifications »

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Trivia

In the mission, Just For Relaxation. The crates marked Scorsese Import Export are a reference to film director Martin Scorsese who directed classic crime films such as Mean Streets (1973), Goodfellas (1990), and Casino (1995). See more »

Quotes

Paulie: You drive worse than Sam here!
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Referenced in Cartoon Corner: The Princess & the Goblin Review (2010) See more »

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Excellent game
25 December 2004 | by NHL567See all my reviews

this game was excellent, my machine though not the best handled the game well,the graphics could use a little touch up but overall it was fantastic, the gameplay was excellent it really does take you through an 1930's Gangsters life of crime, booze, prohibition and death, the missions for the most part were hard if not difficult however there are some missions that are so frustrating that the player would need the consulte a guide of some sort, most missions however are pretty well planned out and executed perfectly. Missions range from collecting to the old good mafia hits. Overall it was an excellent journey Storyline was pretty good, you had a nice flowing storyline and it sometimes contains little moral lessons along the way, not many of those now a days Sound i had a little problem with it, some od the weapons just didn't sound right but for the most part the sound was excellent especially the music, it actually flows quite nicely, dramatic moments have dramatic music while calm moments will have nice vintage 30's music.

overall this game was excellent and is one of the best games i have ever played note: if your wondering my system is Win Xp, 2.7 GHZ, 256mb, Radeon 7000 64mb, it the game went smoothly for me.


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Official Sites:

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Country:

Czech Republic | USA

Language:

English | Czech | French | German | Italian | Spanish

Release Date:

29 August 2002 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

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Production Co:

Illusion Softworks See more »
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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital

Color:

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