Video Game | Action, Crime, Drama
The chronicles of Vito Scalletta, a young Italian immigrant who joins the Italian mafia, but soon gets in over his head when illegal drug dealing and deception take place.
Throughout the in-game radio broadcasts you hear humorous references to new products and ideas which we take for granted nowadays. These include "credit cards", "atomic energy" and "portable telephones".
You drive like my fuckin grandma!
The game is set in the 1940s and finishes in 1951. Most of the songs on the radio, like the music of Ritchie Valens and Buddy Holly, did not come out until much later in the 1950s.
English, Cantonese, Czech, German, Spanish, French, Russian, Sicilian, Italian
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