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The chronicles of Vito Scalletta, a young Italian immigrant who joins the Italian mafia, but soon gets in over his head when illegal drug dealing and deception take place.

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Daniel Vávra (story written by), Pavel Cernohous (dialogue written by) | 10 more credits »
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Rick Pasqualone ... Vito Scaletta / Giuseppe / Gangsters (voice)
Robert Costanzo ... Joe Barbaro / Derek Papalardo (voice) (as Bobby Costanzo)
Ray Iannicelli ... Beat Cop / Gangsters (voice)
Roger Rose ... Corporal (voice)
Dale Inghram ... Williams (voice)
Joan Copeland ... Mamma (voice)
Jeannie Elias Jeannie Elias ... Francesca (voice)
Brian Bloom ... Debt Collector / Eric Riley / Bones / Gangsters (voice)
Carol Ann Susi ... Cleaning Lady / Maria Agnello (voice)
John Mariano ... Mike Bruski / O.P.A. Guard 2 / El Greco (voice)
Mark Mintz Mark Mintz ... Steve / Rocco - Joe's Adventures DLC (voice)
Sonny Marinelli ... Henry Tomasino (voice)
Tom Virtue ... O.P.A. Guard 1 (voice)
Liam O'Brien ... Brian O'Neill (voice)
André Sogliuzzo ... Luca Gurino / Carlo Falcone (voice) (as Andre Sogliuzzo)

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Storyline

The storyline for Mafia II is a gritty drama and chronicles the rise of Vito Scaletta, the son of Sicilian immigrants. As the game progresses, Vito joins the Falcone crime family and becomes "a made man" along with his best friend Joe Barbaro. Written by Turki Mohammed

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Trivia

While looking for Leo Galante in the jail courtyard, you can listen in on other inmates' conversations. If you listen in on a group of Chinese inmates they will say lines from the popular internet meme "All your base are belong to us" like: "Somebody set up us the bomb". See more »

Goofs

Although set in the time frame of 1945-1951, the cars in the game are fitted with intermittent windscreen wipers which were not invented until 1963. See more »

Quotes

[last lines]
Leone Galante: Sorry, kid. Joe wasn't the part of our deal.
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Connections

References Hard to Kill (1990) See more »

Soundtracks

WHEN YOU'RE SMILING (THE WHOLE WORLD SMILES WITH YOU)
(uncredited)
Performed by Louis Prima
By Mark Fisher, Joe Goodwin and Larry Shay
Music by Shay (ASCAP) and EMI Music Publishing
Courtesy of Capitol Records
Published by EMI Mills Music, Inc. (ASCAP)
Under license from EMI Film & Television Music
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A game you won't forget !
13 March 2013 | by omid_soleymani_1991See all my reviews

Mafia II is an excellent game for those who enjoy real time video games. In addition it has a very enjoyable game play and artistic graphics. I think one of the most interesting attributes of this game is it's story.

The story is very strong and attractive. It's more like an amazing playable novel! It's unpredictable and has many rises and falls and never gets boring. Dialogs are very impressive and perfectly present the characters. Characters look very lively and events are so real that you can feel yourself inside the game. Characters mostly aren't separated into absolute good and bad, some are better and some are worse. The story tries to teach us positive lessons out of anything that happens during the game with a logical perspective. I would love it more if the story could continue a little further because there were some things unfinished. Maybe it was one other elegant point that in the real world you can never finish everything. Or probably the rest will continue in the third part of the game.

Houses, streets, cars, shops, decorations, cloths, accents, musics and many other things give you a very close experience of living in New York 1940s. There are details everywhere which are artistically added. Traffic and pedestrian also look so alive that makes the city more real.

Shooting is very exciting in this game. Sounds of bullets when fired are very real. Taking cover and effects of bullets on objects and people makes the battles very natural and exciting. I would like it better if the number of weapons in player's coat were not unlimited and his garage could contain fewer cars as it was a small place. Game is played under various conditions ; winter, summer, war, prison etc. and each episode has a fresh action to do. Cars are so real as well and artistically made that makes driving enjoyable. Clothes also are so beautiful. I love it when some parts of the clothes like tie and coat shake and move around when the player is moving.

Altogether in my opinion, Mafia II is fantastic game which is definitely worth playing. It can be informative and makes enjoyable moments for you.


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Country:

Czech Republic | USA

Release Date:

24 August 2010 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

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Company Credits

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D3t, Illusion Softworks See more »
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Sound Mix:

DTS (PlayStation 3 version)

Color:

Color
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