The Godfather Part II For PC Review

Posted: Apr 21 2009, 4:00pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 1:58pm CDT , in Review Ticker


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GamePyre published a review of the The Godfather Part II for PC game.
Quote from the review: "Now, if you are not a big fan of the Mafia, you may find The Godfather II quite a bit redundant. The point of the game is to take over businesses from rival families in order to weaken them to the point of extermination. There's a lot of back and forth battles over turf and after your 4th or 5th visit at the same business location might be a bit boring, since I really enjoy mobster movies and even documentaries, I don't find this back and forth aspect of the game annoying. Also, keep in mind that this game is rated M (mature 17+) for Blood, Drug Reference, Intense Violence, Nudity, Sexual Themes and Strong Language so if you find the things on the rating list offensive, you may want to stay away from this title because there is a plethora of all the above things. Also, if you're getting this game just because you saw the multiplayer capabilities, let me tell you now that the multiplayer games are rather boring. This game really is about the single player storyline and about controlling organized crime."
Read the full Godfather II review on GamePyre. See also our Godfather II for PS3 Review.

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