Gangsters (PC) Reviews
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Customer Gangsters (PC) Reviews (9)
by - written on 25/05/10 (Very useful, 45 readings)
Gangsters Organised Crime is a Hothouse produced game that is a number of years old now, as it was originally released in the late 1990s / early 2000s. The game is set in 1920/30s America during the rise of gangs and the mob. The game has you play as the head of one four crime gangs in a city and there are a number of objectives the games has for the player to win. You must either take down the three other gangs, go clean and get rid of the illegal side of your business empire or run for mayor. The game starts with the player having a head quarters from where all the hoods (the people that carry out your orders) leave from. The player will be given ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/09/01, updated on 12/09/01 (Very useful, 215 readings)
First off I would just like to say that if you don't rate this I'll send the boys round, Got it. Only joking. This is Gangsters for the PC. You're chance to play the heavy mob. This is a real-time strategy game based in the Chicago 1930's prohibition era. You play a mob boss with the task of building an empire that can control the whole city and crush 3 rival gangs. You build up your own Mafia style family from a game containing 400 gangsters, each with different skills. Gangsters such as William "Fury" Kassel, Connall "Tiepin" Dolen, John "Psycho" Lord and many more. Then you can move in and take over the virtual ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/05/01, updated on 09/05/01 (Useful, 159 readings)
Imagine yourself in the 1930's wearing an expensive suit and a stylish hat, while standing in front of a classic black thirties car with a big brutal-looking thug behind you to your right, a beautiful woman to your left...can you see it? No? Then go get Gangsters. Welcome to New Temperance... Gangsters is created by Hothouse Creations and published by Eidos Interactive. It lets you control your own gang of thugs in a US city during the Prohibition period of the 30's. It is up to you to make the most of this city by controlling more than a hundred thugs, running illegal businesses, killing your opponents, bribing the mayor or Police Chief and, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/12/09 (Useful, 5 readings)
Gangsters is a game that really delivers what it says on the tin; it is a game about gangsters, seeing you as the leader (or "Don") or a mob family, where you have to associate with and mostly eliminate competing rackets. You can do so through clever negotiation, brutal intimidation, or simply wiping your competition out with an array of machine guns. If The Godfather was to become an RTS game, this is how it would play out. Although I did find that the gameplay took a little getting used to, this is quite a layered game that becomes more enjoyable as you play it, I find. Every trope of the mob film has been recreated lovingly here, such as the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/05/09 (Useful, 17 readings)
I was fortunate to play this before playing its sequel and I think it is a very fun if not high quality game. The most important feature of this game is that it is a strategy game and the all the skill comes from this, the game does feature first person/ third person shooting. I like this because it makes the game very original. Perhaps what really makes this game is the amount of power you have, which is bound to make you feel good. You are in charge of over 50 gangsters and if you are inclined to micro-manage, can give each one of them individual orders. The games depth is both impressive and not so good. The number of business is vey good but ... Read the complete review
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