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The game follows Thomas Angelo where his life as a hard-working taxi driver is forever changed after a fateful run-in with the Italian Mafia.


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Haden Blackman (narrative director), Haden Blackman (lead writer) | 4 more credits »





Cast overview, first billed only:
Andrew Bongiorno ... Tommy Angelo
Glenn Taranto ... Don Salieri
Steven J. Oliver ... Frank Colletti (as Steven Oliver)
Don DiPetta ... Sam
Jeremy Luke ... Paulie
Saul Stein ... Don Morello
Matt Borlenghi ... Sergio Morello Jr
Dameon Clarke ... Detective Norman (as Dameon J. Clarke)
Ward Roberts ... Ralphy
Paul Tassone ... Vincenzo
Bella Popa ... Sarah Angelo
Thomas Gorrebeeck Thomas Gorrebeeck ... Lucas Bertone (as Tommy Beck)
Robert Catrini ... Luigi
Joe Chambrello ... Carlo
Jordi Caballero ... Salvatore

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The game follows Thomas Angelo where his life as a hard-working taxi driver is forever changed after a fateful run-in with the Italian Mafia.

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Masterful Mafia Remake
21 November 2020 | by RobTortureWrightSee all my reviews

Wow. I'm blown away by how good this game looks on my series X. Although the "next gen" offers no real graphical advantages it looks simply stunning, which goes to show the effort hangar 13 has put in to remaking the game from the ground up. The game itself is wonderfully told through it story, with a linear gameplay style that bodes well to the mafia franchise. Although exploration is limited it feels like a joy to cruise the streets of lost heaven while heading off to do dirty deeds. The missions themselves are well structured and the story keeps you thoroughly entertained throughout. I particularly loved that once you complete one mission, the next is often the fallout from what you done in the previous, and how you, and your "family" are planning on solving the next hurdle. It kept me coming back for more but it isn't a long game by any means, In fact you can breeze through in 10-12 hours but 15-20 if your taking everything in. Post game you can set your sights on mopping up some achievements and trophies by collecting hidden cars or finding all those comics and magazines (No playboys this time sadly) however this only extends the game by a further 10 hours at most. Overall a very well executed game that was remade graphically from the ground up and shows it visual excellence, although the gameplay at times does feel a little outdated, especially the gun play, it did truly make me appreciate the mafia series again and bask in its unique linear driven story, something very few games these days set out to do. Although it's not quite as excellent as the series best Mafia 2 it certainly does a wonderful job at drawing me back in to the world of la cosa nostra. 9/10.

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25 September 2020 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Chicago Illinois, USA

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