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City of Gangsters

SomaSim, Kasedo Games
Aug 9, 2021 - PC
Fair

OpenCritic Rating

69

Top Critic Average

29%

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Destructoid
5 / 10
COGconnected
70 / 100
AusGamers
7.5 / 10
TechRaptor
7.5 / 10
Gamers Heroes
75 / 100
Gamer's Palace
73 / 100
Hey Poor Player
3.5 / 5
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Critic Reviews for City of Gangsters

Even if you’re at peace with managing deliverymen with tommy guns, City of Gangsters is a bit of a difficult sell. At its core, it is a long and unexciting game. A lot of the time I felt like I was trying to decode the game’s logic and keep plates spinning rather than run a successful bootlegging operation. When everything clicks, it can be somewhat satisfying, but that happens so rarely, you’d think the game was sampling its own wares.

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City of Gangsters demonstrates that the 4x genre works just as well in miniature as it does in grand, sweeping epic spans of history.

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davidwildgoose
7.5 / 10.0
AusGamers

City of Logistics Managers is an excellent game, even if it may not be the one you're anticipating.

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City of Gangsters is strategy mafia management game that excels with its character interaction and trading mechanics, and is just as much fun as the giants of the strategy genre.

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While City of Gangsters is a solid mafia management sim, the combat holds it back from greatness.

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City of Gangsters is a full-fledged simulation. It can consume hours of your playtime, but it can also be frustrating at times.

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City of Gangsters provides a brilliantly free-form gangsta’s paradise, where countless options are available to weave intricate criminal schemes. It can get repetitive during certain stages of expansion as you have the same interactions over and over, but if you can get over that then it’s pretty compelling. There’s an irresistible one-more-turn appeal that’ll keep you greasing palms and bootlegging hooch long into the night.

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