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It’s cold in Empire Bay. The Second World War still rages over the sea, but for now, Vito Scaletta is back home. Having joined the army to avoid jail-time for his youthful misdemeanours, Vito is well-versed in bullet-dodging. Fortunate, that, because gunfights are an occupational hazard in his post-war line of work.
Mafia II is shaping up to be the cars & cops crime-em-up I'm most looking forward to this year. It's got style, sophistication, and provided you don't turn into Niko Bellic, the cops will try to pull you over and will even write you a ticket for running a red light. Excuse me, I've got to go salivate over these new screens.
The chronic oversaturation of the mafia in our international media has taught us much. Mafia II is an attempt to chronicle these teachings in game form. Fact number one: mafia men do lots of killing. Fact number two: they like suits. Fact number three: mafiosa don’t call each other mafiosa; they use the term ‘wiseguys’. I’ve cross-referenced facts one and two with Mafia II, and they’re definitely right – a lot of killing and a lot of suits. Fact number three isn’t. ‘Wiseguys’, with its implied streetsmarts and cunning, doesn’t fit Mafia II’s mobsters. It certainly doesn’t fit the mid-level gangster the game asked me to tail early in its middle act, who didn’t have the presence of mind to check his rearview mirror as he drove away from a literal hatchet job. Had that guy done so, he’d have seen Sicilian-born WWII veteran and new-boy mobster Vito Scaletta about 20 feet behind, dressed in a red and white cod- Hawaiian shirt, driving a hot pink corvette with ‘BUMS12’ proudly displayed on the numberplate. That guy was not very wise.
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GAME, the high street retailer whose name must be SHOUTED because of the CAPS, have launched a download service called GAME Downloader. They're selling Mafia II on it. Wait, what? You don't have to go into a shop, or put on trousers, or anything? Watch out Steam! Your days are nu- oh, you still need Steam to play Mafia 2 anyway.
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This week: at least three retailers (including Steam and GameStop) discount their Bethesda catalogs in the wake of QuakeCon, Get Games joins the list with its Take 2 and Batman sales, and Amazon sticks to its usual crop of discounts. See all of this weekend's deals inside!
Amazon has 10% off Borderlands 2 - it's not a lot, but it did just release - and a more substantial 40% off The Walking Dead. Meanwhile, Saints Row: The Third is 66% off on Steam and free to play this weekend, the Tribes: Ascend Starter Pack is only $7.49 at GameStop, and Green Man Gaming continues to give out 25% off vouchers (it matches Amazon's Borderlands 2 deal, too). Much more after the break.
Those of us in the United States have a three-day weekend coming up, and this isn't one of those "family" holidays like Christmas and Thanksgiving. This is boring ol' Labor Day, which, for gamers, means that we're looking at a solid 72 hours of prime gaming time. But what about the gamer whose gaming collection has run low? How will they possibly fill the long weekend without new games to play? Don't worry, as always, PC Gamer's got your back. Here's our roundup of games with free-to-play weekends, open betas, or recently launched free-to-play games to keep you interested. And if that's not enough, we're giving away five retail games to keep you gaming all weekend long and beyond!
Another year, another E3 gone by. It's the perfect time to take stock of the great games we've seen, heard, felt, smelled, or tasted over the last three days. Here are the sixteen games that stood out for us, and what we said about them.
This weekend, Steam is putting Nexuiz into homes at $2.50, GamersGate's Summer Sale is on (and it's big), GameFly is on a cheap shooter kick, and Get Games continues to send off copies of Civilization V for $8.99. Many more deals of the weekend game variety below! Also, tell us what you're playing this weekend in the comments, because sharing is fun.
For reference, here's our list of the 100 games we think rule over all other PC games.
Four arms: it was so obvious. It must be galling for other shooter developers. They’ve spent decades since Doom trying to work out ways to innovate on the FPS model, to make shooting people feel fresh and interesting again. They’ve tried vast open worlds and they’ve tried hurling Hollywood-size production values at projects, but the Darkness II manages it by just giving anti-hero Jackie Estacado four arms. Well. Technically he only has two arms. These are his normal limbs, functioning as arms do in games where arms are only necessary to hold guns and occasionally fire them at swarms of enemies. He also has two demonic snake-tentacles.
What was the deal with the end of Assassin’s Creed 2 anyway? It left almost as many questions unanswered as the finale of Lost. The story of Ezio and Desmond concluded with a “¿Que?” or a “Quoi?” or perhaps a “Cosa?” So it’s just as well that Ubisoft are preparing the answers to those questions in a full sequel, Assassin’s Creed Brotherhood, which moves the action to Rome and introduces an inventive new multiplayer mode.