Mafia III: Definitive Edition

Mafia III: Definitive Edition

released on May 19, 2020

Mafia III: Definitive Edition

released on May 19, 2020

Mafia III: Definitive Edition includes the main game, all Story DLC (Faster, Baby!, Stones Unturned, Sign of the Times) and Bonus Packs (Family Kick-Back Pack and Judge, Jury & Executioner Weapons Pack) bundled in one place for the first time.


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Um pouco repetitivo, alguns podem não gostar... mas a gameplay e a história compensaram na minha opinião (ainda sim é o pior mafia)
as DLCs compensam MUITO jogar, são bem melhores que as missões principais

It's actually better than i expected

The game has solid ideas and a great ending, but it is ruined by the -very- repetitive gameplay unfortunately.

Also the PC version is bad...
Too many times have I had the mouse click on my second monitor despite being in fullscreen mode.
And there is no "Windowed Fullscreen" mode as well, which is a shame imo.

Eh.
Although I did spend around 32 hours in this (completing most dlc too), I probably won't return to this.

Stealth is fun, combat fun, very repetitive but eventually learned to embrace it. The story is great, however the middle part of the game is so fucking shit aswell as the DLCs. Several graphic glitches, poor facial animations etc. When the games looks good it looks really good, but not always the case.

Even though I have plenty of issues with this game, I somehow still found it so fun? I'm actually surprised myself at why I kept playing even though the game didn't offer new mechanics. I just like stealth I guess, which this games does pretty good. Guns are very awesome too and I liked the wheel of perks from the different factions.

Solid okay game, wouldn't recommend it though as I acknowledge that most people will not be able to find the fun I found in this.

An open world Mafia game was a good idea, but making the map such a grand scale was a bit rough for mission traversal and the gameplay loop. I loved the story and characters, didn’t mind the loop, but the scale made it feel a bit more repetitive, especially with having to go 3,000m to my next point.