This game is a mixture of good and bad. The graphics that went into this game really is impressive. The city that the events of the game takes place in really makes you feel to some extend like you're actually in that era. It is quite clear that a lot of time was spent on details from the cars, clothes, radio stations playing tunes from that era to the change that the city experiences as the game progresses. However the game does have its share of bad moments. Even though the game takes place in a wonderful environment there is really nothing much to do. There are no side missions and after a while you will feel bored playing the game. This is also partly due to the fact that you will spend most of the time driving from one place to the next while doing missions which kinda like makes you feel like a soccer ball that's being kicked around from one place to another. Fortunately the well written plot the story revolves around, though it was too short, will to some extend keep you glued to your screen. In fact, the plot is among the best in a game I have experienced in recent times. The missions do not exploit revolutionary ideas but it does have some variety for example some missions will have you sell cigarettes off the back of a truck while others will see you boxing prison inmates which means that you're not always behind a gun. The bad part about the missions is, as mentioned earlier, driving long distances and to make matters worse you have to follow the speed limit or the cops will be onto you. This can really tick you off if you're not the patient kind. The great story telling and the amazing graphics and attention to detail make this game worthy of a 7.5 in my books even though the game does make you feel quite bored at times. This game is a must try but I would not recommend buying it as it would be a waste of money as there is almost no good enough reason to replay the game once you're done unless you're after the old playboy pictures from that era or something so my advice to you is rent it.