The Sopranos: Road to Respect (2006)

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Taking place after season 5 of the series, The Sopranos: Road to Respect involves Joey LaRocca attempting to rise up in Tony Soprano's organization and come out from under the shadow of his father.


6.2/10
360

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8 November 2006 | lynnryan52
2
| What a waste
For The Sopranos fans like me who has really been looking forward for this game to come out. I think after about 10 minutes of boring game play you'll feel the same as me WHAT A WASTE. The game developers really missed their chance to make a great game out of one of the best shows ever have failed & failed is really an understatement. Even with the real actors voices the game is so boring & just repetitive its almost like you wonder if David Chase said you can use the names & characters but just make everything else nothing like the show. The missions are lame & it seems like a 4 year old made them up,& speaking of missions there isn't enough on this game to call it a game. I beat it in a little over 3 hours & I'm not a true gamer as I just don't play games that much anymore so a true gamer would probably give this game a rating of 1 or maybe no rating at all. The only reason I'm rating it a 2 is because I'm a fan of the show & I collect The Sopranos stuff. So when they quit making this game because it sucks so bad at least I'll have one. To end for people thinking this game is a GTA ripoff it's not at all in fact it would have been great if they had got went to the trouble to try to copy GTA. To sum this up the game is a waste of $40.00.


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Christian Maelen, who provides the voice of Joey LaRocca, was originally David Chase's second choice to play Christopher Moltisanti.


Soundtracks

Girls, Girls, Girls
Written by
Nikki Sixx, Mick Mars and Tommy Lee
Performed by Mötley Crüe
Courtesy of Masters 2000, Inc.
Under License from Universal Music Enterprises
Published by Sixx/Gunner Tunes
Administered by Warner Chappell Music (ASCAP)

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Genres

Action | Adventure | Crime

Details

Release Date:

7 November 2006

Language

English


Country of Origin

USA

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