The initial game in the popular Mafia series, Mafia: The City Of Lost Heaven, has made a comeback after getting released in 2002 and slipping into relative obscurity after that. The game has come out on Good Old Games, a website specializing in vintage titles, and is on sale having a price tag of $14.99.
The initial Mafia game states the story of a man whose name is Tommy Angelo, and he is a humble taxi driver who, same as both of the other Mafia characters, finds himself captivated in the entanglements of mafia politics, upsurges to power, and then falls just as fast. The game links semi-directly into Mafia 2, which got released eight years later in 2010, by presenting that game’s two enemies near the end.
The PC version of the game has got encouraging reviews when it got presented, having the critics admiring the realism of the game, though the console versions of the title got mixed comments (probably the purpose for the game getting re-released onto GOG in place of getting remastered console versions.
If you have ever played Mafia 2 and Mafia 3 but have never got to experience Mafia: The City Of Lost Heaven yet, and you own a PC that can run the game, now it might be a good time to get to GOG and pick up the game for your own self.
Presently, there are no plans to present Mafia on Steam, but even so, if you are one of the fans of the Mafia series, paying 15 dollars for quite an old game will probably be worth it, particularly considering the other classic titles that GOG contains in its catalogue.
Both ways, if you wish to purchase it, Mafia: The City Of Lost Heaven is presented exclusively on PC and exclusively on GOG.com for just $14.99. If you own a PC that can work on them too, you could even do a retrospective, playing through all of the three Mafia games one after the other so as to get every story.
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