With the game adaptations of Al Pacino's '80s epic about a drug-running immigrant's rise to power (and precipitous fall) on their way to stores, GameStop celebrated the release last night with a Scarface launch party at the Miami, Florida, nightclub Mansion.
In keeping with the game's star-studded cast of voice actors, the event drew a number of its own famous faces. In addition to original Scarface cast member Robert Loggia, GameStop said its event also drew the likes of Indy Racing League star Helio Castroneves, former Miss Brazil Ana Carolina, and Entourage cast member Kevin "Matt's Brother" Dillon.
Attendees had the opportunity to play the game throughout the event, with Dillon and Castroneves competing to see who was the better player while raising money for charity. The pair managed to raise $10,000 for the Design A Cure cancer prevention campaign and the Andre Agassi Charitable Foundation.
Scarface: The World Is Yours is expected on store shelves next week for the PlayStation 2, Xbox, and PC, while the PlayStation Portable is playing host to Scarface: Money. Power. Respect.