The Godfather Limited Edition (PS2) Reviews
Product Type: Electronic Arts PS2 games
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by - written on 30/10/12 (Very useful, 30 readings)
This game was announced shortly after the release of Grand Theft Auto III in the early 2000's. As is usually the case for such a highly anticipated game, the wait was painfully long. Delay after agonising delay followed as the game was tweaked and tinkered with, and after three delays and almost 5 years we finally got a copy on the shelves in 2006! Developed by Electronic Arts - one of the gaming industry goliaths - the game was always going to be decent quality, and fans weren't disappointed. We were treated to a very GTA like 'free roaming' action game set in New York, taking in five different boroughs, each with its own ruling Mob family. A ... Read the complete review
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