Released April, 2009
The Pros:Adds a bit of strategy to the straight action by way of "the Don's View". Gunfights involve a party of up to four members with unique skills. Upgrade system allows players to enhance their character and crew.
The Cons:Way too easy to be truly engaging. Some liberties taken with the plot serve to take the power out of important scenes.
The Godfather 2 is a sandbox-style action-adventure video game developed by EA Redwood Shores and published by Electronic Arts on April 7th, 2009 for Playstation 3, Xbox 360, and Microsoft Windows. A sequel to The Godfather: The Game, Godfather 2 (based on the movie: ‘The Godfather Part II’) is also a third-person shooter (similar to Grand Theft Auto) with both story-based and side missions involving driving vehicles, engaging in hand-to-hand fist fighting, and combating enemies with handguns, shotguns, and machine guns.
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In addition, Godfather 2 features a ‘Black Hand 2.0’ control scheme that allows the player to grab, kick, knee, and head-butt their enemies. Plus, Godfather 2 allows both target-lock and free aiming, not to mention squad management (commanding a group of soldiers), business ownership, and strategic map moves (defending or attacking a territory). The Godfather 2 is rated M by the ESRB and retails for $49.99.
- Third Person Shooter
- Story-Based Mode
- Side Missions
- Black Hand 2.0 Control Scheme
- Target-Lock & Free Aiming
- Squad Management
- Business Ownership
- Strategic Map Moves
- ESRB Rating: M
User Reviews (1)
Adds a bit of strategy to the straight action by way of "the Don's View".
Gunfights involve a party of up to four members with unique skills.
Upgrade system allows players to enhance their character and crew.
Variety of brutal weapons keep combat varied and engaging.
Multiplayer is fun and mindless, allows you to earn cash for your single-player campaign.
Each locale feels unique to the others inside and out.
Way too easy to be truly engaging.
Some liberties taken with the plot serve to take the power out of important scenes.
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