Mafia III: Definitive Edition
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Developer: Hangar 13
Publisher: 2K Games
Genres: Action, Adventure
While not anywhere near as glitch ridden as the Mafia II remaster, Mafia III: Definitive Edition adds nothing more than the previously released DLC along with the very strange removal of Xbox One X support that was added to the original release after launch. Lincoln Clay's story is well worth experiencing a first time, but there is no real reason to venture back to New Bordeaux with this latest release as part of the Mafia Trilogy.
With a couple more years of open-world games behind us, I think it’s clear that Mafia 3 is middle of the pack. It looks good and sounds good, but the core gameplay tasks aren’t as tight as they should be. The story is well presented but lacks the spark you find in more straightforward RPGs. The documentary framing device is brilliant, but beyond that, there’s not much happening that you won’t find done better elsewhere. Mafia 3: Definitive Edition is exactly that – the definitive version of a so-so 2016 action game.
Mafia III: Definitive Edition is trying to resolve the technical problems of the original game. In this case, Hanger 13's mission is accomplished. But even this Edition, has a lot of problems and weakpoints in gameplay, graphics and leel design. Actually, story is probably the only perfect aspect of Mafia III and Mafia III: Definitive Edition.
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