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Definitive Editions For Mafia 2 And 3 Leaked By Ratings Board

The Mafia games are listed to release on PS4, Xbox One, and PC.


If you missed the mafioso open-world game Mafia 2 when it first came out in 2010, you might soon be able to play it on current-gen consoles for the first time. As first spotted by Nibel, entries related to the Mafia series have appeared on the Taiwan Digital Game Rating Committee site, including definitive editions for Mafia 2 and 3, and a complete edition for Mafia 3. These new releases would be on PS4, Xbox One, and PC.

Mafia 3, the latest entry in the series, first came out in 2016 to a somewhat-muted reception. While reviewers praised its storytelling--especially its protagonist, the black Vietnam vet Lincoln Clay, who wages a war against the Italian mob depicted in the first two games--others panned it for its simplistic mission structures and panoply of bugs. In our review, critic Scott Butterworth called it "frustratingly repetitive."

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According to Take-Two's latest earnings report, the developer behind Mafia 3--Hangar 13--is working on an unannounced game. While it could be a sequel to the series, given the fact that Mafia 3 shipped a record-breaking number of units, it's not at all clear as of yet. The CEO of Take-Two expressed disappointment in the game's review scores, and there were some layoffs at Hanger 13 following the game's release.

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